Graver Technologies produces cost-effective solutions for high-efficiency air and gas filtration for medical, environmental, commercial, and industrial applications. From removing exhaust smoke and odor to protecting rotating equipment including vacuum pumps, turbines, and compressors, to coalescing and particle capture in natural gas, we have been providing custom filtration solutions to the industry for over 50 years.
Graver Technologies provides cost-effective and technically superior adsorbent technologies to remove heavy metals or other organic and inorganic contaminants from drinking water, sugars, active pharmaceutical ingredients (API), and other processes or products. The specifically formulated suite of adsorbent media offers high capacity and excellent kinetics for the removal of low concentrations of impurities.
Graver Technologies' crossflow filtration technology is used in demanding applications where extreme process conditions or difficult feed streams make other separation methods unsuitable. The cross-flow systems have been proven especially effective for high solids or very viscous fluids, or where processing must be done at elevated temperatures and/or pressures, or pH extremes.
Graver Technologies designs, engineers, and manufactures an extensive line of liquid filters, filter cartridges, and housings to provide high-performance and cost-effective solutions for a wide array of applications in the food and beverage, chemical, industrial, microelectronics, and healthcare markets. The liquid process filters are available in a wide range of media types, cartridge designs, micron ratings, and configurations to optimize the filtration process.
Graver Technologies provides the know-how and ability to modify ion exchange media (mechanically and chemically) for the removal of trace containments for demineralizing and purifying condensate and other high-purity water streams in power generation. Our ion exchange resin products including Ecodex, Gravex, Powdex, and Radex continue to set the industry’s pace in ion exchange resin purity and performance.
Graver Technologies is the leader in the design, manufacturing, and application of specialty precoatable and back washable septa for power generation used alone or in combination with ion exchange. As the world’s largest supplier of condensate system filters and components, Graver Technologies has been manufacturing precoat and non-precoat septa for condensate systems for more than 50 years.
Graver Technologies offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive array of benefits,and the opportunity to work within a dynamic company.
Graver Technologies is part of Marmon Holdings, Inc – A Berkshire Hathaway Company – an international corporation with more than $8 billion in annual sales. Around the corner or around the world, Graver Technologies is a fast-growing company with the technical resources and financial strength that make us the perfect partner for your business.
Graver Technologies boasts a long history of providing innovative technology based products and excellent customer service. The company was founded in 1866 in Lima, Ohio and in those early days, the product focus was a hot process softener used as a demineralizer for steam locomotives.
Graver Technologies is a fast-growing company with the technical resources and financial strength that make us the perfect partner for your business.
Marmon Holdings, Inc., part of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., is a global industrial organization comprising more than 100 autonomous manufacturing and service businesses.
We have associations with WaterReuse Association, WQA (Water Quality Association), SPRI (Sugar Processing Research Institute Inc.) and more
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Graver Technologies200 Lake DriveGlasgow, DE 19702 USA
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