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Fatigue pressure testing of metal pressure-containing envelopesTest method for differential pressure devicesR&D LABORATORYMulti-pass method for evaluating filtration performance of a filter elementInspection document and principles related to contaminant extraction and analysis, and data reportingDetermination of resistance to flow fatigue using high viscosity fluidVerification of collapse/burst pressure ratingVerification of fabrication integrity and determination of the first bubble pointVerification of material compatibility with fluidsDetermination of resistance to flow fatigue using particulate contaminantEvaluation of differential pressure versus flow characteristicsDetermination of particulate contamination by the gravimetric methodMethod for coding the level of contamination by solid particlesDetermination of particulate contamination by the counting method using an optical microscopeParticle sizing and counting by microscopic analysisDetermination of water content using titration according to Karl FischerR&D LABORATORYMP Filtri S.p.A.Via 1 Maggio, 320060Pessano con Bornago(MI) Italy 39 02 957031sales@mpfiltri.itMP Filtri S.p.A.Via Matteotti, 1020060Pessano con Bornago(MI) Italy 39 02 957031sales@mpfiltri.itPASSION TO PERFORMwww.mpfiltri.comPASSION TO PERFORMRev. 06/2019Supported by the latest technology, including scanning electronmicroscopes, MP Filtri’s exhaustive testing program is carried outwith special emphasis on its comprehensive MULTIPASS analysis –which has been created in accordance with ISO16889. Thismethod compares the amount of contaminant present upstreamand downstream in the filter element – calculating the ratio of Betafiltration by the size of the particles and retention capacity.The maximum working pressure and the pressure drop through thefilter according to the flow rate (ISO 3968) and (ISO 2942) bubblepoint are also examined, including the point of emergence of thefirst air bubble from the material of the filter element as a function ofpressure.HEADQUARTERSCMP3AUS001FISOISO 10771-1ISO 16860ISO 16889ISO 18413ISO 23181ISO 2941ISO 2942ISO 2943ISO 3724ISO 3968ISO 4405ISO 4406ISO 4407ISO 16232-7DIN 51777

The culmination of a multi-million Euro investment in technology and along-standing intellectual collaboration with some of Italy’s leadingscientific institutions, MP Filtri’s new state-of-the-art Research andDevelopment Center has been established as a center of technicalexcellence and innovation.Based in Pessano con Bornago, Milan, the 12,000 square-footscientific research facility places a sharp focus on practical industrialapplications. It has been created to spearhead the development of aninnovative range of market-leading products; enhance the quality andreliability of the existing portfolio, and support the creation of customerdriven specific designs.MP Filtri’s dedication to excellence in scientific research has been builton close partnerships it has established with the Polytechnic of Milan, theUniversity of Bologna and the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.16 test benches15 ISO and DINInter national Standards8 laborator y equipmentfor analyzing contamination29 different testsPer year:More than 200 test requestsMore than 90 Multi-pass testsMore than 1500 componentstestedThe ‘heart’ of the center is the test bench facility whichhas been specially designed to validate the operatingcharacteristics and perfor mance of elements and filters.These advanced work stations offer pinpoint accuracy inmeasuring the level of contamination from solid particlesin oils under pressure.All tests are carried out in accordance with inter nationalstandards and reproduce the precise conditions of thepressure and flow of any hydraulic circuit inside controlledand filtered climate chambers.A REFERENCEFOR THE MARKETFar more than just a test center,facilities include: specialist trainingareas, comfortable meeting roomsand study areas – enablingcustomers to combine academicand theoretical training withhands-on practical work onstate-of-the-art test benches.This creates perfect opportunities formastering how the equipment worksin tackling fluid contamination;boosting the knowledge andexpertise of delegates; and gainingexperience in a realistic workingenvironment.

Fatigue pressure testing of metal pressure-containing envelopesTest method for differential pressure devicesR&D LABORATORYMulti-pass method for evaluating filtration performance of a filter elementInspection document and principles related to contaminant extraction and analysis, and data reportingDetermination of resistance to flow fatigue using high viscosity fluidVerification of collapse/burst pressure ratingVerification of fabrication integrity and determination of the first bubble pointVerification of material compatibility with fluidsDetermination of resistance to flow fatigue using particulate contaminantEvaluation of differential pressure versus flow characteristicsDetermination of particulate contamination by the gravimetric methodMethod for coding the level of contamination by solid particlesDetermination of particulate contamination by the counting method using an optical microscopeParticle sizing and counting by microscopic analysisDetermination of water content using titration according to Karl FischerR&D LABORATORYMP Filtri S.p.A.Via 1 Maggio, 320060Pessano con Bornago(MI) Italy 39 02 957031sales@mpfiltri.itMP Filtri S.p.A.Via Matteotti, 1020060Pessano con Bornago(MI) Italy 39 02 957031sales@mpfiltri.itPASSION TO PERFORMwww.mpfiltri.comPASSION TO PERFORMRev. 06/2019Supported by the latest technology, including scanning electronmicroscopes, MP Filtri’s exhaustive testing program is carried outwith special emphasis on its comprehensive MULTIPASS analysis –which has been created in accordance with ISO16889. Thismethod compares the amount of contaminant present upstreamand downstream in the filter element – calculating the ratio of Betafiltration by the size of the particles and retention capacity.The maximum working pressure and the pressure drop through thefilter according to the flow rate (ISO 3968) and (ISO 2942) bubblepoint are also examined, including the point of emergence of thefirst air bubble from the material of the filter element as a function ofpressure.HEADQUARTERSCMP3AUS001FISOISO 10771-1ISO 16860ISO 16889ISO 18413ISO 23181ISO 2941ISO 2942ISO 2943ISO 3724ISO 3968ISO 4405ISO 4406ISO 4407ISO 16232-7DIN 51777

The culmination of a multi-million Euro investment in technology and along-standing intellectual collaboration with some of Italy’s leadingscientific institutions, MP Filtri’s new state-of-the-art Research andDevelopment Center has been established as a center of technicalexcellence and innovation.Based in Pessano con Bornago, Milan, the 12,000 square-footscientific research facility places a sharp focus on practical industrialapplications. It has been created to spearhead the development of aninnovative range of market-leading products; enhance the quality andreliability of the existing portfolio, and support the creation of customerdriven specific designs.MP Filtri’s dedication to excellence in scientific research has been builton close partnerships it has established with the Polytechnic of Milan, theUniversity of Bologna and the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.16 test benches15 ISO and DINInter national Standards8 laborator y equipmentfor analyzing contamination29 different testsPer year:More than 200 test requestsMore than 90 Multi-pass testsMore than 1500 componentstestedThe ‘heart’ of the center is the test bench facility whichhas been specially designed to validate the operatingcharacteristics and perfor mance of elements and filters.These advanced work stations offer pinpoint accuracy inmeasuring the level of contamination from solid particlesin oils under pressure.All tests are carried out in accordance with inter nationalstandards and reproduce the precise conditions of thepressure and flow of any hydraulic circuit inside controlledand filtered climate chambers.A REFERENCEFOR THE MARKETFar more than just a test center,facilities include: specialist trainingareas, comfortable meeting roomsand study areas – enablingcustomers to combine academicand theoretical training withhands-on practical work onstate-of-the-art test benches.This creates perfect opportunities formastering how the equipment worksin tackling fluid contamination;boosting the knowledge andexpertise of delegates; and gainingexperience in a realistic workingenvironment.

The culmination of a multi-million Euro investment in technology and along-standing intellectual collaboration with some of Italy’s leadingscientific institutions, MP Filtri’s new state-of-the-art Research andDevelopment Center has been established as a center of technicalexcellence and innovation.Based in Pessano con Bornago, Milan, the 12,000 square-footscientific research facility places a sharp focus on practical industrialapplications. It has been created to spearhead the development of aninnovative range of market-leading products; enhance the quality andreliability of the existing portfolio, and support the creation of customerdriven specific designs.MP Filtri’s dedication to excellence in scientific research has been builton close partnerships it has established with the Polytechnic of Milan, theUniversity of Bologna and the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.16 test benches15 ISO and DINInter national Standards8 laborator y equipmentfor analyzing contamination29 different testsPer year:More than 200 test requestsMore than 90 Multi-pass testsMore than 1500 componentstestedThe ‘heart’ of the center is the test bench facility whichhas been specially designed to validate the operatingcharacteristics and perfor mance of elements and filters.These advanced work stations offer pinpoint accuracy inmeasuring the level of contamination from solid particlesin oils under pressure.All tests are carried out in accordance with inter nationalstandards and reproduce the precise conditions of thepressure and flow of any hydraulic circuit inside controlledand filtered climate chambers.A REFERENCEFOR THE MARKETFar more than just a test center,facilities include: specialist trainingareas, comfortable meeting roomsand study areas – enablingcustomers to combine academicand theoretical training withhands-on practical work onstate-of-the-art test benches.This creates perfect opportunities formastering how the equipment worksin tackling fluid contamination;boosting the knowledge andexpertise of delegates; and gainingexperience in a realistic workingenvironment.

Fatigue pressure testing of metal pressure-containing envelopesTest method for differential pressure devicesR&D LABORATORYMulti-pass method for evaluating filtration performance of a filter elementInspection document and principles related to contaminant extraction and analysis, and data reportingDetermination of resistance to flow fatigue using high viscosity fluidVerification of collapse/burst pressure ratingVerification of fabrication integrity and determination of the first bubble pointVerification of material compatibility with fluidsDetermination of resistance to flow fatigue using particulate contaminantEvaluation of differential pressure versus flow characteristicsDetermination of particulate contamination by the gravimetric methodMethod for coding the level of contamination by solid particlesDetermination of particulate contamination by the counting method using an optical microscopeParticle sizing and counting by microscopic analysisDetermination of water content using titration according to Karl FischerSupported by the latest technology, including scanning electronmicroscopes, MP Filtri’s exhaustive testing program is carried outwith special emphasis on its comprehensive MULTIPASS analysis –which has been created in accordance with ISO16889. Thismethod compares the amount of contaminant present upstreamand downstream in the filter element – calculating the ratio of Betafiltration by the size of the particles and retention capacity.The maximum working pressure and the pressure drop through thefilter according to the flow rate (ISO 3968) and (ISO 2942) bubblepoint are also examined, including the point of emergence of thefirst air bubble from the material of the filter element as a function ofpressure.HEADQUARTERSR&D LABORATORYMP Filtri S.p.A.Via 1 Maggio, 320060Pessano con Bornago(MI) Italy 39 02 957031sales@mpfiltri.itMP Filtri S.p.A.Via Matteotti, 1020060Pessano con Bornago(MI) Italy 39 02 957031sales@mpfiltri.itPASSION TO PERFORMwww.mpfiltri.comPASSION TO PERFORMCMP3AUS001FRev. 06/2019ISOISO 10771-1ISO 16860ISO 16889ISO 18413ISO 23181ISO 2941ISO 2942ISO 2943ISO 3724ISO 3968ISO 4405ISO 4406ISO 4407ISO 16232-7DIN 51777

ISO 10771-1 ISO 16860 ISO 16889 ISO 18413 ISO 23181 ISO 2941 ISO 2942 ISO 2943 ISO 3724 ISO 3968 ISO 4405 ISO 4406 ISO 4407 ISO 16232-7 DIN 51777 PASSION TO PERFORM PASSION TO PERFORM www.mp ltri.com HEADQUARTERS MP Filtri S.p.A. Via 1 Maggio, 3 20060 Pessano con Bornago (MI) Italy 39 02 957

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