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Interstate Specialty to Exhibit Die-Cut Membranes and Filter Media at Filtration International Expo

SUTTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/07/12 -- Interstate Specialty Products, Inc. a manufacturer and supplier of custom membranes and filter media, die-cut and packaged to match precise customer requirements for separating air, liquids, and particulates, will be exhibiting at the Filtration International Expo, Pennsylvania Convention Center Philadelphia, PA, Booth #328 Nov. 13-15, 2012.

Interstate Custom Die-Cut Membranes and Filter Media are manufactured using digital die-less cutting or high-speed die cutting, slitting, multilayer laminating, and special packaging; all performed in a positive pressure facility or clean room, as specified. Materials offered include: Mupor® PTFE microporous plastic, Typar®, Reemay®, woven and nonwoven filter media, polyethersulfone, hydrophobic and hyrdophilic membranes, and cellulose.

Supplied on rolls or sheets with or without an adhesive backing, Interstate Custom Die-Cut Membranes and Filter Media can be produced using digital die-less methods in sizes from under 1" sq., +/-0.005" tolerance, depending upon material and small quantities. Primary applications include chemical process, chromatography, bioscience, food/pharma, medical, and wastewater.

Interstate Custom Die-Cut Membranes and Filter Media are priced according to design requirements, with 24-hours rapid prototyping offered. Representative samples and price quotations are available upon request. Interstate Specialty Products will be exhibiting at the Filtration International Expo, Pennsylvania Convention Center Philadelphia, PA, Booth #328 Nov. 13-15, 2012.

About Interstate Specialty Products, Inc.

Interstate Specialty Products offers custom die cutting services for the manufacture of high-performance precision filters, membranes, gaskets, and related parts. Founded in 1963, the firm has served leading blue-chip companies in the chemical, diagnostic, electronic, industrial, instrumentation, medical, military, process, scientific, security and many other industries.

Featuring digital die-less cutting, high speed cutting, and rotary die cutting services, Interstate can fabricate parts ranging from miniature die cut products to components up to 60" x 120", with incredible precision, and will employ the appropriate technology for your application. Interstate Specialty Products, Inc. is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003 certified and ITAR registered.

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Interstate Specialty Products, Inc.
John Savickas
Technical Director
55 Gilmore St.
Sutton, MA 01590
(800) 984-1811
FAX (508) 234-5558
e-mail: savickas@interstatesp.com
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