Gas Separation and Filtration Division EMEA

FOCUSED ON Compressed Air and Gas Treatment

Parker provide a comprehensive range of filtration, refrigeration and purification technologies, covering every part of a compressed air or gas treatment system.

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Parker Gas Separation and Filtration Division EMEA

Parker Gas Separation and Filtration Division EMEA supply a comprehensive range of products for compressed air / gas treatment, gas generation, industrial air extraction and precision cooling of process fluids, that are designed to meet the needs of global customers through a dedicated focus on key market sectors.

Situated in five locations across Europe in Gateshead (UK), Padova (IT), Etten-Leur (NL) and Chomutov (CZ), Parker GSFE Division provides support for the Parker technology brands of domnick hunter (non-process filtration), Hiross, Zander and Balston within the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.

Compressed Air and Gas Treatment Product Catalogue

Comprehensive information about GSFE's compressed air and gas treatment products from Parker domnick hunter, Hiross and Zander technology brands. This includes technical data, correction factors for sizing products and part numbers.

FILTER ELEMENT CROSS REFERENCE TOOL

Are you looking to cross reference a manufacturer's part number to a Parker part number. Or do you need to find a replacement element for a legacy housing that is no longer available to order. 

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Parker blogs provide a central platform visitors can use to gain insight, hear from Parker authors and share guest perspectives on innovative motion and control technologies.

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Why should I change my filter element?

    

Compressed air filters are installed to provide contaminant removal to a specific air quality requirement, therefore the primary reason to change filter elements should always be to maintain air quality and they should therefore be replaced every 12 months.