Wound Filter Cartridges
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Wound filter cartridges are economical, nominal rated depth filters. They are produced from a continuous fibre yarn spirally wound around a central support core.

The computer controlled winding pattern ensures precise, reliable and repeatable particle removal performance. Wound filters feature a graded density construction, enabling progressively smaller particles to be captured through the depth of the filter media. The result is a high dirt holding capacity filter which has a low pressure drop.

Wound cartridges are most commonly made from polypropylene yarn wound on to a polypropylene core, but for applications where chemical compatibility or operating temperature restricts the use of polypropylene, other fibres such as cotton, glass, polyester, nylon or polyphenylene sulphide (Ryton) can be offered wound on to a stainless steel core. We also offer the option of a glass reinforced polypropylene core which provides superior strength and permits higher operating temperatures (up to 100oC)

  • Available in a wide range of micron sizes from 0.5 – 150.

  • Standard length: 4 7/8” to 40”.

  • Custom lengths up to 60” possible.

  • Standard diameter: I.D. 27.5mm, O.D. 62mm.

  • Available in large 110mm diameter, 10″ and 20″ lengths for higher flow rates and dirt holding capacity.

  • Most commonly double open ended, but can be fitted with all industry standard end caps.

  • O-rings for end caps include Nitrile, EPDM, Silicone, Viton, PTFE encapsulated Viton, PTFE encapsulated Silicone.

  • Washed or fibrillated polypropylene also available for sensitive applications.

  • Maximum recommended differential pressure : 2.5 Bar

Please contact us for further information.

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