factory Outlets for Hydrophilic PVDF pleated high flux filter cartridge (HPVDF) series to Roman Factory
factory Outlets for Hydrophilic PVDF pleated high flux filter cartridge (HPVDF) series to Roman Factory Detail:
HPVDF series adopt hydrophilic PVDF micro membrane, with high vido ratio, high flux and low protein absorption, specially used for aseptic filtration of culture, biological agents, vaccines in pharmaceutical processing.
Every cartridge is integrity tested before delivery.
Sterile filtration of biological agents;
Filtration of culture;
Clarification&sterile filtration of organic solvent;
Sterile filtration of antibiotic liquor;
Low protein absorption;
High vido ratio, high flux, low gas resistance;
A wide range of chemical compatibility and heat resistance;
Can stand up to hundreds of times online steam sterilization;
Filter media: hydrophilic PVDF 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:≥0.60m2@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
|HPVDF 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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