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Baleen Filters opens North American office


March 30, 2010
By Manure Manager

March
17, 2010, Edmonton, AB – Baleen Filters now has a local North American office
in Canada.



March
17, 2010, Edmonton, AB – Baleen Filters now has a local North American office
in Canada.

Baleen
Filters
has been commercially available since 2003, with the initial launch
into the hog industry at World Pork Expo in Des Moines of that year.

Fully
supported by the corporate head office in Australia, the North American office
is under the direction of David Dooley, who has been involved with Baleen Filters since 1999. With sales and
progress in the Asia Pacific region, Baleen Filters’ effluent separation
process is now available in the North American market.

The
name Baleen is the anatomical name for a particular whalebone belonging to the
group of filter-feeding whales, and forms the mechanism that enables the whale
to collect krill and other marine organisms during feeding. The Baleen Filter
technology is an engineered adaptation of this natural technique used by the
Baleen whale.

Filtration
and separation equipment may be divided into two classes; those that offer a
“process” use, and those that offer a “utility” use. Most “process”
applications are very industry specific, whereas “utility” applications are
simply characterized by the nature of the fluid, and are relatively independent
of the industry. The
Baleen Filter has the ability to filter-out a wide range
of contaminants.


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