BOLL & KIRCH Filterbau GmbH deals exclusively with development and the production of filter systems for liquids and gases.
The principle of filtration is simple and omnipresent in our daily life: a liquid or a gas passes through a filter element whose mesh, openings or pores are dimensioned to prevent specific, unwanted particles from getting through.
At industrial level, this requires a command of complex processes which are influenced by various material qualities and environmental conditions. These include quantity, pressure, temperature, density, viscosity, corrosiveness, the level of contamination, particle size and the type of medium being filtered. Years of systematic research into these influential factors and their interaction enable us to offer a series of filter systems for various applications and fields which are guaranteed to maximise performance, reliability and protection.
BOLLFILTER products can be used for many applications. They include very different branches of industry, such as ship- and engine-building, steel as well as the automotive and chemical industries, power generation, water treatment and supply. The media requiring filtration also differ greatly, e.g. fuels, lubricant, gas, coolants, oils, cleaning agents and water. Accordingly, the demands on the single applications vary strongly. With concentrated and fully differentiated competence we know our profession in depth and breadth.
14. Aug 2014 The Quality, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety management systems of the company BOLL & KIRCH Filterbau GmbH have been audited by the company LRQA in August 2014 and rated successfully. Read more
17. Apr 2014 The “Sea Japan” is the biggest Marine exhibition in Japan. Read more
14. Apr 2014 The event “training day“took place on 08.04.2014 at the town hall in Kerpen under the banner "Profession on the spot". Read more
25. Mar 2014 Boll & Kirch Filterbau GmbH company, has arranged the "Girl´s Day Event" for many years now. Read more
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