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What does a Cartridge Filter Housing do?

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Update time : 2023-03-28 17:02:07

High-quality filter housings are vital components of a filter system. They provide mechanical support for the filtration elements. The quality, design and condition of filter housings are as vital as the performance of the filter cartridges or filter bags, directly impacting the efficiency ratings that can be achieved. This is particularly important when working with filters with close to 100% efficiency ratings, as the investment made in high-quality filters can be reduced if compromises are made on the quality of filter housings.

What Is A Cartridge Filter housing And How Does It Work?

A cartridge filter housing is a piece of tubular filtration equipment that can be used across various industries for an array of filtration requirements. A cartridge is encased within a housing or a casing and used to remove unwanted particles, pollutants, and chemicals from liquids. The cartridge is exposed to water, liquid or solvent that needs filtration, as it flows inside the housing and passes through the filter element. Cartridge filters can also remove submicron particulates.

Cartridge Filter Housing

Every filter housing is designed and manufactured according to the requirements of the Pressure Equipment Directive , with designs available for a wide variety of operating conditions. Our filter housings are available in carbon steel, stainless steel, or bespoke custom filter housings materials for critical fluids. The filter elements are available in wedge wire screen, sintered filter elements, pleated wire mesh filters, etc.

Our Cartridge Filter Housing help to create economical, reliable, and cost-effective filtration solutions and can be used for a wide range of process applications, including:

  • Chemicals: aromatic and aliphatic alkalis, strong acids, and vegetable and animal oils
  • Beverage industries: beer, wine, soft drinks, fruit juice, mineral water, and potable water
  • Vegetable oils, biodiesel, and oleochemicals
  • Pre-filtration for osmosis, nanofiltration, ultrafiltration, and microfiltration systems used in water treatment
  • Oil and gas filtration
  • Air sterilization by filtration
  • etc,

Our team of process experts recommends solutions to maximize the effectiveness of your filtration process, enabling you to hit production and quality targets with a low total cost of ownership