DANBURY, Conn., July 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Diba Industries, Inc. offers an expanded line of custom filters designed
Diba's customizable filters remove a range of particulate sizes from 5 microns up to 250 microns and are available in a variety of materials including PEEK, PTFE and stainless steel to suit chemical compatibility needs. Diba filters feature an extra wide screen surface which allows liquid to flow easily, eliminating impact to flow rate.
Filters prevent particulates from causing damage to expensive valves or interfering with test results. Diba's filter solutions also help protect and improve the entire flow path of a fluid handling system.
Diba application engineers work with a customer's design team to adapt the filter to the fluidics application in one of two configurations:
For more than 30 years, Diba Industries, Inc. has delivered precision fluid handling solutions to global OEM leaders in diagnostics, life sciences and medical devices. Diba designs and manufactures custom components across the entire system fluid path, including precision probes, fluid heaters, bonded and machined manifolds, tubing assemblies and bottle caps. Diba helps customers optimize instrument performance by minimizing carryover, improving wash characteristics and increasing system throughput and accuracy. Diba is headquartered in Danbury, CT with additional manufacturing in Berlin, CT, Cambridge, UK and Shanghai. Diba is a Halma company.
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SOURCE Diba Industries, Inc.
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