Side Stream Filtration Case Study JP Morgan

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PowerPoint PresentationSide Stream Filtration Case StudyJP Morgan 1Side Stream Filtration Case Study JP Morgan 2Side Stream Filtration for Climate Control Water System at JP Morgans European HeadquartersClient: J.P MorganDate: 2012Building:Canary Wharf - LondonSector: Financial ServicesExplain that these are the areas we will review in this short presentation and if there any areas that the customer would like to look more into we have hyperlinks to more detailed information on products, applications and technical capabilities23ABOUT THE PROJECTSide Stream filters for the Chilled water (CHW) and Condensate systems were specified by the Consulting Engineering Company to ensure reliable and accurate temperature control at J.P. Morgans high profile European Headquarters. This is a critical requirement as the building is the home of significant amounts of electronic data.The system volume was in excess of 250,000 litres of glycol therefore 10 filter housings were located at various points and levels throughout the building, operating at significant working pressures of 10 24 bar. Due to the high flow rate involved a 5% sidestream flow was specified.PROJECT CHALLENGESDue to location and building construction the main plant room was located below ground therefore a number of the filter housings were required to operate at 24 bar working pressure, much higher than typically found in these systems.Side Stream Filtration Case Study4Despite needing special high pressure filter housings Amazon manufactured and delivered what we needed on time to ensure project deadlines were maintained. They also offered substantial on-site support during installation, flushing and commissioning ensuring a successful conclusionSite Project ManagerWhat the client said:Products used for this project:5Contact us6Amazon Filters Ltd. Albany Park Estate, Frimley Road Camberley, Surrey GU16 7PG UK Tel: +44 (0) 1276 670600Email: our website: Visit our Connect with us on social media: