When it comes to superior plastic industrial filtration solutions, we leverage 4 decades of expertise, proprietary welding processes and the latest advancements in CNC machining.
Some of the industrial filtration solutions we offer include:
We also provide the precision-machined internal components that are critical in industrial filtration systems. Some of these components include, spray headers, accumulators, piping, baffles, and cartridge chambers.
Plastic filtration solutions are custom-designed to meet your specific needs.
All joints feature smooth laboratory-quality welds that meet or exceed German DVS standards.
Each edge and component is CNC machine-cut for the greatest accuracy, fit, and finish.
We boast the finest plastic welds in the industry and are happy to prove it.
Our products are designed with Solidworks CAD. FEA is performed through Solidworks Simulation.
Leveraging these combined technologies creates products that are engineered for decades of maintenance-free operation.
We select the filter style that’s best suited for component application and environment. These usually include:
Sand: Commonly used in most standard industrial water filtration systems for removal of suspended solids and turbidity.
Greensand: Commonly used in industrial water filtration systems for removal dissolved iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide. Greensand filters are generally limited to application where the combined iron and manganese concentration is below 15 ppm.
Anthracite: Performs nearly identical to a sand bed and used in industrial water filtration equipment where silica pick-up from sand is objectionable.
In-Depth: These beds are composed of several layers of different media size. In-depth filters allow higher loading rates and longer runs. A sand and anthracite bed is a typical industrial configuration. In-Depth filters will remove sediment down to the 20-30 micron range.
Multi-Media: Consists of multiple layers of sand, anthracite and garnet. Multi-Media industrial water filters remove sediment down to the 10 micron range.
Activated Carbon: This water filtration equipment is recommended for the removal of unpleasant tastes and odors, dechlorinating, or organic contaminant adsorption. Depending upon the exact application a variety of carbon types can be used.
Whether its odor control at a municipal waste treatment plant, or an acid scrubber in a steel mill, Miller Plastics prides itself on providing the best quality and longevity for industrial filtration systems.