Glass Fiber Filter Cartridge
PLGF series filter cartridge is made of ultra-fine Glass fiber material, has high dirt holding capacity and inherent adsorption effect. It is suitable for filtering liquids containing colloids, grease and high particle content. The glass fiber filter cartridge has good particle interception efficiency up to 98%, and low initial differential pressure, large flow rate, and long service life.
- Filter Media: Ultrafine Glass fiber
- Support/Drainage: Polypropylene (PP)
- Cage/Core/End Caps: Polypropylene (PP)
- Maximum Operating Temperature: 80℃
- Maximum Operating Differential Pressure: 4bar/21℃ or 2.4bar/80℃
Glass fiber filter cartridge are highly retentive adsorption depth filters designed for removing colloidal & viscous contaminants in vaccines and culture media.
The construction is with a high temp PP resin for longer life in elevated temperatures.
The borosilicate microfiber media with polypropylene construction provides excellent chemical compatibility and superior flow.
Featured by high dirt holding capacity and excellent particle retention ability.
This positive zeta modified glass fiber media used in removal of contaminants such as colloids, lipids, protein aggregates and particles for biopharmaceuticals liquids.
These filters can effectively protect the final cartridges to extend the service life. No adhesives or surfactants are used in the manufacturing process.
The borosilicate microfiber is “non-fiber releasing.”
Sealing technology Thermal Bonding, No Adhesives, binders or surfactants are used in the manufacturing process.
Filter cartridges are 100% Integrity tested prior to release ensures consistent performance to specification.
Advanced Pleat Technology construction allows maximum fluid and contaminant access to filter surface area for highest throughput.
The all-polypropylene construction provides excellent thermal and chemical compatibility with low and high pH chemicals.
Semiconductor operations produce integrated circuits on small components called “chips” and probably require the cleanest chemicals, and the most pure gases of any industry. Consequently, the manufacturing operations are very filtration intensive.