Filter cartridge with PTFE membrane – 0.1 to 1.2 mircon


  • Suitable for pharma, food and chemistry
  • Pure PTFE membrane
  • Natural hydrophobic filter medium
  • High flow rate
  • High filtration area
  • High dirt holding capacity
  • Suitable for gas sterilization and filtration of corrosive liquids
  • Filtration direction from outside to inside and inside to outside
  • Available with five different types of end caps
  • Filter support made of pure polypropylene
  • Broad chemical compatibility
  • Resin or glue-free construction
  • Thermo weld assembly
  • FDA-approved material
  • Limits for endotoxicity, extractable and oxidizing agents in accordance with USP standard
  • Manufactured in clean room
  • Packaging with antistatic material
  • Integrity test performed on 100% of production lots
  • Absolute filtration fineness from 0.1 to 1.2 μ

  • Max. working temperature: 80 °C @ 4.1 bar
  • Sterilization / disinfection:
    • 125 °C for 30′ in autoclave without Delta-P
    • 140 °C for 30′ in line with steam – Guaranteed 108 cycles of 30′ at 121 °C
    • 90 °C with hot water
    • Chemical disinfectants, at recommended concentration
  • Differential pressure:
    • Filter cartridge replacement: 2.0 bar @ 25 °C
    • Max. allowable: Normal flow: 4.1 bar @ 25 °C – reverse flow: 2.1 bar @ 25 °C
  • Construction material:
    • Filter media: PTFE membrane
    • Filter support and hardware: polypropylene
    • Seals: Buna-M, EPDM, Viton, Silicone, FEP, PTFE (DOE only)
  • Dimensions: External diameter: 2.71″ (69 mm) – length: 5″, 10″, 20″, 30″, 40″
  • Filter area: 0.70 m2 x 10″

FLOW RATE / DELTA-P DATA

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Liquid flow rate (m3/h) – Initial delta-P 0.1 bar.
Air flow rate (Nm3/h) – Initial delta-P 0.1 bar.

BACTERIA CHALLENGE

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According to HIMA / ASTM F838-83

INTEGRITY TEST / DIFFUSION

For test execution mode and parameters, contact FILTERMAT BELGIUM

AVAILABLE CLASS

P: Pharma defined by HIMA standard parameters
B: Beverage defined using modified HIMA standard parameters
G: General, defined by absolute particle retention with β=5000

APPLICATIONS

Fine chemistry – food and beverage – pharmaceutical – biotechnology – health and care – microelectronics – general industry

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