Economically Efficient Pleated Filter Cartridges
This cost effective, disposable filter element can be used for a wide range of applications. The filter is constructed of pleated polypropylene filter media with high surface area that allows for greater system flow rate.
Micron ratings from 0.2 to 25 μm– Broad application range
- High Filtration Efficiency– 90% (Beta 10) rated Meets current USP Class VI biological test for plastics
- FDA listed materials of construction
- Fixed pore structures– Resists unloading of captured contaminant
- Polypropylene Construction– Inert to many process fluids
- Various Gasket/O-Ring materials– Compatible with a variety of fluids
- Economically efficient filtration
- Manufactured in continuous lengths up to 40 inches
|Gaskets/O-Rings options:||Buna-N, EPDM, Silicone, Viton, Teflon Encapsulated Viton (O-Rings only)|
|Micron ratings:||0.2, 0.25, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0,10, 25μm|
|*Other micron rated media available upon request|
|Dimensions and Operating Parameters|
|Nominal lengths:||24.7, 25.4, 50.8, 76.2, 101.6 cm|
|Inside diameter:||2.79 cm|
|Maximum operating temperature:||80°C|
|Differential pressure:||75 psid @ 70°F (5.2 bar @ 21°C)|
40 psid @ 176°F (2.8 bar @ 80°C)
15 psid @ 190°F (1.03 bar @ 88°C)
pressure for disposal: 35 psid (2.4 bar)
Filter Removal Efficiency
|Beta Ratio Efficiency||Beta 5000 99.98%||Beta 100 99%||Beta 50 98%|
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Upstream particle counts
Downstream particle counts
The micron ratings shown at various efficiency and beta ratio value levels were determined hrough laboratory testing, and can be used as a guide for selecting cartridges and estimating their performance.
Under actual field conditions, results may vary somewhat from the values shown due to the variability of filtration parameters. Testing was conducted using the single-pass test method, water at 3 gpm/10” cartridge. Contaminants included latex beads, coarse and fine test dust. Removal efficiencies were determined using dual laser source particle counters.
All polypropylene material used in manufacturing complies with the regulations of the FDA title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations Sections 174.5, 177.1520, and 177.1630, as applicable for food and beverage contact.