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CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies has been named exclusive U.S. importer for AR Filtrazioni industrial air/oil filtration systems.

 AR Filtrazioni manufactures systems that use up to seven stages of filtration to remove contaminants including oil mists, fumes and dust from the air in manufacturing environments. The systems can also be used in front offices.

In addition to purifying indoor air, the units also filter out contaminants that can flow out of the shop, into the atmosphere, and eventually back into soil and water.

Filtrazioni systems also are easy to maintain, CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies says in a release. Only three to five minutes are required to clean and replace all filters in a typical AR Filtrazioni air filtration system. Further, these systems can integrate with most CNC machine tool brands, such as Citizen, Doosan, FANUC Robodrill, Makino, Mazak, Mori Seiki, Mitsui Seiki, Okuma, and many others.

‘With more than 25,000 examples installed worldwide, Filtrazioni units are guaranteed to perform as expected,” said CNC Indexing &Feeding Technologies president Eric Bergman.

Mason, OH-headquartered CNC Indexing & Feeding Technologies provides TJR and Ganro rotary tables and indexers, high pressure coolant units, bar feeders and loaders to major markets, including CNC machine tool OEMs, industrial distributors, and manufacturing end users. The company also supplies applications engineering support and equipment service.

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