Filtermist heads stateside to support US distributor at IMTS

James Stansfield, Managing Director of UK oil mist collector manufacturer Filtermist, will be heading to Chicago next month to take part in the IMTS show with the company’s US distributor, Royal Products

Filtermist oil mist collectors are sold into more than 60 countries worldwide, with the USA one of the company’s largest export markets. 

James Stansfield elaborates, “North America has been a key market for Filtermist for a long time, and it continues to offer enormous potential. We always try and support our distributors as much as possible and shows like IMTS are an excellent opportunity for Royal’s customers to meet with Filtermist face to face to discuss a range of technical and industry wide issues.”

Royal’s booth, W-1622, will showcase a range of Filtermist products including the brand new S Fusion system – designed specifically to remove submicron particles generated in neat oil applications.

S Fusion combines a hi-tech synthetic self-draining media filter with Filtermist’s proven centrifugal technology - offering an effective alternative to other products in the high-pressure coolant market.

Royal Products has worked closely with Filtermist for more than 30 years and participation in IMTS has been a recurring mainstay in Royal’s marketing activities, as Tom Sheridan, Vice President of Marketing at Royal explains, “IMTS is the largest show of its kind in the US and has historically always been really successful for us. The 2014 show was extremely well attended and we received a substantial number of enquiries which subsequently converted into sales.

“We're really excited to be introducing S Fusion – Filtermist’s revolutionary mist collection system designed to tackle today’s difficult high-pressure oil applications.”

For more information about Royal Products please visit or alternatively please visit Royal Products in booth W-1622 at IMTS 12th – 17th September 2016.


Richard Letsky from Royal Products, pictured with Filtermist's Design and Technical Manager Simon Baker, at IMTS 2014