Pall Corporation to Present Contamination Control Solutions for Hydraulic and Lube Systems

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Discussions at Noria`s "Reliable Plant 2013" Conference to Focus on Helping
Plants Improve Productivity and Reliability
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.--(Business Wire)--
Driven by the demand to continuously lower overall operating costs,
manufacturers around the world are striving to improve process reliability and
uptime. One way they are achieving this is by employing advanced filtration
technologies such as Pall Ultipleat SRT filters to improve the fluid cleanliness
levels of their systems. During Noria`s 14th Annual Reliable Plant 2013
Conference and Exhibition (April 16th-18th) in Columbus, Ohio, Pall experts will
outline examples of the latest technologies for contamination control for
hydraulic and lube systems. "Reliable Plant 2013" is an international conference
and exhibition for machinery lubrication, oil analysis, and reliability
professionals.


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Pall's Ultipleat (R) SRT hydraulic and lube filter elements are designed to
deliver superior contamination control over the service life of the filter.
(Photo: Business Wire)

Pall`s Christian Bauer, Ph.D., Mrinal Mahapatro, Ph.D., and Eric Krause will
present four case studies highlighting contamination control, filter
performance, cleanliness monitoring, and system performance:

                                                                                              
       •    Expectations vs. Reality: How Well Does Your Filter Perform?                      
            Christian Bauer, Ph.D., Tuesday, April 16, 1:30 PM                                
                                                                                              
       •    Case Studies in Contamination Control at Mine Sites                               
            Christian Bauer, Ph.D., Wednesday, April 17, 9:00 AM                              
                                                                                              
       •    Monitoring Cleanliness Levels in Hydraulic Systems with the Mesh Blockage Method  
            Eric Krause, Wednesday, April 17, 4:30 PM                                         
                                                                                              
       •    Oil Monitoring as a Tool to Optimize Hydraulic/Lubrication System Performance     
            Mrinal Mahapatro, Ph.D., Thursday, April 18, 8:00 AM                              
                                                                                              


"Manufacturers are under tremendous pressure to lower overall cost through
improved equipment reliability and productivity gains without sacrificing
product quality," said Larry Smith, president of Pall Machinery and Equipment.
"By employing better fluid cleanliness monitoring practices with improved
contamination control solutions, manufacturers can achieve these goals and
remain competitive in the global economy." 

Pall`s Ultipleat SRT hydraulic and lube filter elements combine innovative
stress-resistant media technology and laid-over pleat designs that deliver more
consistent performance and longer service life than conventional filters. This
enables today's manufacturers to not only improve overall total cost of
ownership, but reduce their carbon footprint and waste generation. 

About the Presenters

Christian Bauer is the global scientific lead for Pall`s Mining initiatives and
has published many technical papers on filtration and contamination control in
industrial fluid systems, such as hydraulic, lube, process water, and fuel
systems. Dr. Bauer received his doctorate from the University of Stuttgart in
Stuttgart, Germany. Mrinal Mahapatro provides technical support for Primary
Metals and Pulp & Paper at Pall and has published several technical papers on
filtration and contamination control related to hydraulic and lubrication system
performance. He earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Cambridge University in the UK.
Eric Krause focuses on the application of new products and technologies for all
markets in Pall`s Machinery & Equipment group. He holds a degree in Mechanical
Engineering from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. 

Pall`s Machinery & Equipment group provides filtration, separation, and
monitoring technologies for OEMs and users in the mining, automotive, primary
metals, pulp and paper, and other general manufacturing industries. Pall
products and services help customers maximize profitability by improving
equipment reliability and operational productivity. To learn more about Pall
solutions for industrial manufacturing processes and mobile equipment, please
visit
http://www.pall.com/main/industrial-manufacturing/industrial-manufacturing-8f876fa7.page.


About Pall Corporation

Pall Corporation (NYSE:PLL) is a filtration, separation and purification leader
providing solutions to meet the critical fluid management needs of customers
across the broad spectrum of life sciences and industry. Pall works with
customers to advance health, safety and environmentally responsible
technologies. The company`s engineered products enable process and product
innovation and minimize emissions and waste. Pall Corporation is an S&P 500
company serving customers worldwide. Pall has been named a "top green company"
by Newsweek magazine. To see how Pall is helping enable a greener, safer, more
sustainable future, follow us on Twitter @PallCorporation or visit
www.pall.com/green.

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