Factory made hot-sale Hydrophilic PTFE pleated high bubble point low diffusion flow filter cartridge (JHPF) series for Zurich Factories
Factory made hot-sale Hydrophilic PTFE pleated high bubble point low diffusion flow filter cartridge (JHPF) series for Zurich Factories Detail:
Improved on GHPF, JHPF series with characteristics of high bubble point, low diffusion flow, bidirectional stretched highly hydrophilic. It has larger filter area, larger capacity pollutant and longer lifetime. widely used for clarification and aseptic filtration of strong oxidizer and highly corrosive liquid.
Every cartridge is integrity tested before delivery.
Clarification&aseptic of strong oxidant liquid, highly corrosive liquid, strong protic organic solvent;
High void ratio, high flux,
Larger filter area, larger capacity pollutant, longer lifetime,
High bubble point, low diffusion flow, ensure better sterilization effect;
Excellent chemical stability and high temperature resistance;
High surface tension, no need wetting;
Can stand up to hundreds of times online steam sterilization;
Filter media: hydrophilic bidirectional stretched PTFE micro membrane;
Diversion layer:Polypropylene fiber
Central tube: Polypropylene, strengthen heat resistance liner;
Shell/End cap: Polypropylene
Seal ring: Silicone rubber/EPDM/fluorous/outer terafluoroethylene rubber
Filter Area:≥0.65m2@ø69, 10”
A: normal Polypropylene shell and center tube,≤65℃
B: Polypropylene shell&socket liner,≤80℃
C: high molecular weight Polypropylene shell&strengthen heat resistance liner tube&socket liner, ≤95℃
Max differential pressure: Positive pressure difference 4bar@23℃
Reverse pressure difference 2bar@23℃
Steam sterilization:121℃ for 30 minutes
|JHPF Precision Up end Cap Length|
|0010=0.1um Z=Cylindrical sharp corner 25=2.5”|
|0022=0.22um S=Triangular fin 05=5”|
|0045=0.45um P=Bulkhead 10=10”|
|0065=0.65um LP=Two flat port 20=20”|
|0080=0.8um LHP=Two flat steel liner 30=30”|
|0100=1.0um PLP=One flat port one bulkhead 40=40”|
|0120=1.2um G=Heat resistance type|
|Central tube Down port Seal ring|
|Default=PP D=226 normal S=Silicone rubber|
|H=Stainless steel E=226 normal V=Fluorine rubber|
|T=Strengthen heat resistance liner DH=222 Outer steel ring Y=EPDM rubber|
|EH=226 Outer steel ring F=NBR|
|AD=222 special WV=Outer terafluoroethylene rubber|
|DN=220 Inner steel liner|
|EN=226 inner steel liner|
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(*This is not a cleaning tutorial, It is a service reference. Please don’t dismantle your printer unless you’re confident you know what you are doing.) Removing, disassembling print head from Epson WorkForce WF 7610 for cleaning and examining PrecisionCore MicroTFP
*Please read on…*
(*…This video only shows the procedure for reinstalling this particular print head, as others have pointed out, it is not meant to be a DIY tutorial for print head cleaning, there are existing videos which illustrate cleaning. My tap water is naturally soft and exceptionally clean and filtered, however distilled or plain bottled water is recommended for any print head cleaning to avoid mineral deposits or corrosion. +++When flushing the head the best method is to set the print head in a container with about ⅛” of water or cleaning solution, let it soak briefly, then using an empty syringe with a bit of flexible tubing on the tip, keep the print head in the solution and draw some of the solution *into* the print head. If there are any clumps or clogs inside the print head, you don’t want to try pushing them out through the microscopic nozzles or the screen filters, you want to draw them back through the ink channels and out of the inlets, and excessive pressure inside the head will rupture the seal which separates the colors, resulting in color “bleedover”.+++ At this point I usually leave it to soak a bit more, then alternately *gently* push clean solution out, then draw clean solution through again until it runs clear. It’s basically your old blow-and-suck. I do the entire procedure with the print head suspended in a warm ultrasonic cleaner, but that’s not a necessity. Try to keep the rest of the print head dry while you do this. When you’re done, blow out the cable connector area (with canned air if you have it), set it on a clean paper towel and let the exterior and connector area dry thoroughly. When you reinsert the ribbon cables into the print head, make sure the contacts are clean and intact. Gently rubbing a pencil eraser over the tinned contacts will remove light corrosion. A fault in this connection causes the majority of 0x9a errors, and can possibly damage the print head or the main board…)
But beware! My 3640 has the same head, and I left it using pigment ink when I switched the 7610 to dye, and it only took a few short months for terminal clogging to crop up. I’ve read of this happening to other precisioncore microTFP printheads. I can see this easily going the way of some other Epson products with fatal flaws, where Epson strings people along until their warranty expires then says the customer is SOL. I wish someone would class-action these people and their dirty business practices.
My 3640 clogged in 4-5 months even though I had a test image printed out automatically every 2 days for its entire life!
I’ll be getting my printers from Costco whenever possible. Great deals come along once in a while, and there is a no fault lifetime return policy on most items. While electronics and computers are excluded (but Costco doubles the manufacturers warranty) Printers are, for the time being, exempt.
By Lisa from Croatia - 2015.09.21 11:44
The company has a good reputation in this industry, and finally it tured out that choose them is a good choice.
By Alice from Paris - 2015.09.19 18:37