High Flow Series Filter Cartridges

Large Geometry Pleated Filters for High Flow

 

Graver High Flow Series filters feature a larger geometry to handle higher flows with fewer filter elements. The result is much faster, easier filter changeouts. In addition, the inside to outside flow allows for excellent dirt holding capacity, extending the time between filter changeouts. Filter housings are also available and because of the filters high flow and dirt holding capacity, smaller systems are possible, reducing upfront capital costs.

 

High Flow Series Features – Benefits

  • 6” diameter, large geometry for high flows
  • Absolute retention ratings from 1 to 100 microns
  • Capable of flow rates up to 500 GPM in a single 60” element
  • FDA listed materials of construction
  • Inside-out flow retains contaminant even during changeout
  • Multi layer pleated construction with optimized surface area
  • Outer cage prevents media extrusion problem
  • experienced with some competitive offerings
  • Unique Quad Seal gasket provides maximum seal integrity
  • Retrofits competitive high flow filter housings
  • Thermally bonded construction

 

Filter Specifications

Media: Polypropylene
Inner core: Polypropylene
Gaskets/O-Rings options:

EPDM, Silicone, Buna N, Viton

Micron ratings:

1, 3, 5, 10, 20, 40, 60, 100 μm

*Other micron rated media available upon request
Dimensions and Operating Parameters
Nominal lengths:

50.8, 101.6, 152.4 cm

Outside diameter:

6.0 in (15.2 cm)

Maximum operating temperature: 80°C
Differential pressure:

180°F@ 20psid (82°C @1.4 bar)

160°F@ 30psid (71°C @2.1 bar)

77°F @ 50psid (25°C @ 3.4 bar)

Recommended changeout  pressure for disposal: 35 psid (2.4 bar)

Maximum flow rates:

 

 

60” element up to 500 GPM (1892 lpm)

40” element up to 350 GPM (1325 lpm)

20” element up to 175 GPM (662 lpm)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Filter Removal Efficiency

Beta Ratio Efficiency Beta 1000 99.9% Beta 100 99% Beta 10 90%
1 micron 1 0.6 0.2
3 micron 3 2 1.5
5 micron 5 4 3
10 microns 10 8.5 6.5
20 microns 22 19 14
40 microns 38 18 15
60 microns 60 35 20
100 Micron 100 75 45

 

Beta Ratio =
Upstream particle counts
Downstream particle counts