Filter Cleaning Process
- Before we can receive filters there must be a MSDS or TCLP on file.
- Team Eco receives filters from clients on pallets and in boxes.
- They mark those boxes received and label them with shipment date and number of pallets in shipment.
Each filter is removed from the shipping box. The end caps are cleaned and the filter is checked to see if it has previously been cleaned. Depending on the number of times a filter has been cleaned, a sticker will be placed on the filter with a barcode.
During the 'Process Filter Segment' all the filter data is entered into the computer and a unique identifier is associated with each . The data includes: pre-clean weight, pre-clean differential pressure, and general filter condition.
During the 'Filter Cleaning Process': The dirty filter is carefully placed into the sealed reclaim machine for a series of timed cleaning cycles. The number of cycles is dependant on the level of contamination.
During the 'Post Cleaning Process': The re-claimed filter is removed from the re-claim machine. A visual inspection is performed and the re-claimed filter is again weighed and checked for "new" differential pressure. This data is entered into the computer along with the filter number so that a spreadsheet can then be created comparing 'before values' and 'after values'.
The newly re-claimed filter is now ready to be packaged, palletized, and returned to the customer. Another option Team Eco offers is customers is warehousing and storage of re-claimed filters.
All processed and cleaned filters are re-bagged with new bags and placed in acceptable boxes and labeled. They are then palletized and readied for shipping.
TeamEco provides a service of warehousing your cleaned filters until you need them. This means no more wasted floor space for the customer and a smooth transition when it is again time to service the customers unit (s).