Leader in the filtration business, over the years we have gained a deep know-how and solid experience that allow us to offer customized and cutting-edge solutions.
For twenty years we have been the reference company for those looking for solutions in applications where high performance is required.
We operate in various fields and for many applications in HVAC, Fuel, PPE, and industrial markets: Gas Turbine, Pharma, Nuclear, petrolchemical, bio-hazard, bio-medical and Hospitals, semi-conductors, food and beverages, Heavy duty and many others.
Our new production lines are able to offer filter materials of different nature and technology: glass microfibre filter media, 100% synthetic material, membranes, melt blown, filter material for pockets in glass or synthetic in different configurations.
Raw materials self-produced and designed for dedicated production processes represent a unique combination of performance on the market.
Our product range of components for air filters, liquids and industrial processes, which includes frames of various nature, sealants reinforcement grids, is unique in the world. The safety containers for Biohazard filter application in BIBO technology, equipped with patents, operator ceilings, walls and filtering terminals complete our filtration range of products.
Granulate hot-melt for pleat spacer in Mini-pleat and Cabin Air
Wide variety of applications, ranging from liquid filtration, (process, waste and product filtration) to air filtration in all dimensional versions, are only a small part of SIFA’s products in this industry. Hot-melt studied for every kind of pleating equipments and application. EVA and Polyamide based products are offered to the market.
The plasticity of the material matches to the right stiffness for stiffer bends. For the most critical hot and humid seasons, our solution enables us to work continuously and speed without the risk of loss of productivity. One component, silicon free adhesive with high temperature resistance (800° C 1472° F) for sealing filters for sterilization processes in autoclaves at 45° C (842° F).