Banner Industries Signs Partnership Agreement with Cobetter Filtration for All Markets

July 1, 2019

It is with great pleasure that Banner Industries announces a nationwide partnership with Cobetter effective July 1, 2019 for all markets. Cobetter is one of the leading global innovators of filtration solutions including but not limited to microporous membranes, pleated filter cartridges, filter capsules, UF modules, stainless steel filters, coalescing separators, and customized filtration systems.

Cobetter, founded in 2003, is an international company headquartered in Hangzhou, China with over 1500 employees and nearly 100,000 square feet of filtration production area clean room space with more being added. Over 80% of pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and microelectronic companies in China utilize Cobetter products and with 50% of their production exported to overseas markets they also have a strong international presence.

“With our deep-rooted customer relationships and multi-disciplinary market presence, Banner Industries is well positioned to drive meaningful growth for Cobetter in the US,” says Nigel Wenden, President at Banner Industries. “Cobetter is a technology driven company with an exceptional dedication to quality control, which is evident in their multiple manufacturing facilities, making them an excellent alternative to existing market offerings. We’re excited to partner with Cobetter as we focus our combined energies to serve a broader range of customers and continue to deliver products that exceed expectations and performance.”

Cobetter has implemented extensive quality control methods throughout their entire manufacturing process for their filtration products. These measures ensure the products are high quality, stable, and reliable in accordance with ISO 9001, 13485, 14001, and OHSAS 18001 standards. Cobetter has a Validation Center that currently provides over 2000 technical validation reports annually to customers in the pharmaceutical, medical, electronic, chemical and life science industries.

Unlike many other filtration companies, one of Cobetter’s core competencies is their membrane technology which they develop and manufacture in-house. Other filtration companies purchase their membranes from a variety of suppliers, which makes quality control and customizations more difficult or impossible to achieve. Cobetter manufactures the majority of their membrane offering such as PES, PVDF, Nylon, and PTFE in multiple pore sizes allowing them to control the entire process from start to finish and to customize to exact customer process needs.

Cobetter’s complete product scope ensures that we have an extensive range of filters and purifiers to meet your application needs. Banner and Cobetter will work directly with OEM’s and end users to improve and/or design filtration products that will exceed process expectations.

“This  collaboration is fully in line with Cobetter’s strategy of strengthening its positions in US markets. It is a great honor to cooperate with Banner Industries, we respect Banner Industries’ great  capabilities for promoting and selling Cobetter products in the US market, we do believe with the help of Banner, we can combine good products with excellent local technical service, and bring value to US customers together.”  says Crystal Lee, Overseas Business Unit Sales Manager at Cobetter.

About Banner Industries

Banner Industries is a privately held company and leader in flow component distribution for high purity and industrial manufacturing. Our complete synergistic product line and expert technical team enable us to serve a number of diverse industries including semiconductor, life sciences, pharmaceutical, solar and associated markets. Led by CEO, Bud Richard, Banner Industries collaborates with partners and customers to find solutions that improve productivity and profitability.

Banner Industries products are distributed through our 12 locations in the U.S. and Asia Pacific. For additional information, visit our website at

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