These cartridge filters offer a wide range of flow capacities and contaminant holding capabilities. The housings can accommodate from 1 to 205 cartridges around. All housings can be supplied with an ASME code stamp, if required.
- Low pressure drop
- Permanently piped housings are opened without special tools and without disturbing the piping
- Machined cover gasket groove provides positive O-ring sealing
- Easy cleanability
- In-line inlet and outlet
- Stainless steel internals
- 2 outlet styles
- Carbon steel, 304 or 316 stainless steel housings
- ASME code stamp
- O-ring seals: Buna N, EPR, Viton®, Teflon®
- Accommodates 10, 20, 30 or 40-inch cartridges
- Flanged connections for 3/4 through 12-inch pipe
- V posts or threaded center posts
- Units accept DOE or 222 style cartridges
How They Work
Unfiltered fluid enters the housing and is distributed evenly around the
cartridges, from outside to inside. Solids are collected on the outside for easy removal. The filtered fluid then exits through the outlet pipe.
The following table gives the number of cartridges needed for each housing model.
Determining Housing Pressure Drop Only
The pressure drops shown on the graph are
reliable for all cartridge housings. The pressure
drop of any housing is governed by the size of
the inlet and outlet, not the vessel itself.
1. Using desired pipe size and approximate
flow rate, determine the basic pressure drop
from the graph.
2. Multiply the pressure drop obtained in step
1 by the viscosity correction factor found in the
3. You now have the pressure drop for an empty
4. The user selected cartridge pressure drop
must then be added to the housing pressure.
Dimensions for Models 4, 6, and 8 (IN)
Dimensions for Models 4, 6, and 8 (IN) Cont.
Dimensions for Models 30-48 (IN)
Dimensions for Models 30-48 (IN) Cont.