About Us

40 Years of Trusted Experience

img_aboutleftWHAT WE DO

Filter Technology manufactures air pollution control systems for industry, with applications that range from small work station filters to custom designed complete systems for large manufacturers and processors. Our dust collectors are used anywhere air quality may be compromised by industrial activity, including cement, wood products, mining, food & grain, chemical, pharmaceutical, coal & fly ash, paint & pigment and other bulk/solids markets. Our filtration solutions include bag houses, cartridge filters, coalescing filters, vapor filters, venturi scrubbers, cyclones and multiclones, fiberbeds and other custom applications as the job requires.

With more than 40 years of expertise, we have engineered proven solutions to dust control problems around the world. While our technology remains consistent, we recognize the individual properties each project possesses. Therefore, every design, large or small, is analyzed for its unique use and then is adapted for maximum efficiency for its intended job.

THE HIGH TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCE

Filter Technology stands above the field when high temperature applications are required. We have more than twenty five units in service on silica dust with furnace exit temperatures at 1,600° F and 34,000 CFM using air to air heat exchangers.

OUR PHILOSOPHYservices

Build quality equipment that meets or exceeds the customer’s requirements and all state and federal regulations at a competitive price and with a commitment to quality and service.

FILTER TECHNOLOGY LTD.

Filter Technology Inc. is a turn-key industrial filtration company with offices in Portland, Oregon and Lake Crystal, Minnesota. We are capable of managing your project from needs assessment through custom engineering, design, manufacture, installation and ongoing service.

Filter Technology is wholly owned by Industrial Fabrication Services, Inc., headquartered in Lake Crystal, Minnesota. I.F.S. is a custom metal fabricator for a multitude of bulk material handling industries located throughout the U.S, Canada and Mexico.