Chemical, Water, and Beverage Cartridge Filters

String Wound Filters

Depth Cartridges

Depth Loading Cartridges capture particulates in the various layers of media that make up the cartridge filter. Because of this, these filters have the ability to hold a large amount of solids before the need to change the filter out.

Absolute Rated Meltblown | Grooved Meltblown | Nominal Rated Meltblown | Phenolic Resin Bonded | String Filters

Carbon Cartridges

Carbon Cartridges are used to reduce the taste, odors, VOCs, and metals from potable drinking water, electro-polishing solutions, and wastewater treatment. Fine filtration—low organic filtrate.

Carbon Block | Granular Activated Carbon | Impregnated Cellulose

Membrane Cartridges

Membrane Cartridge Filters use the surface area of the media to trap contaminants. These filters can also yield higher retention efficiencies.

All Teflon/PFA Media | Wine/Beer/Beverage Grade | Electronics Grade | Nylon 6,6 Membrane | Pharmaceutical Grade | PTFE/Teflon

Metal Filters

Metal Cartridges

The Titanium and Pleated Cylindrical Cartridges are designed for working with aggressive chemicals, high temperature fluids, or fluids with temperature extremes, gas applications, or applications where repeated cleaning or backwash cycles are used.

Pleated Cylindrical Cartridges | Titanium Cartridges

Pleated Filters

Pleated Cartridges

Pleated Cartridge Configurations provide higher surface area than traditional depth filters for greater dirt holding capacity and longer on-stream life. Pleated Cartridges are available in various microns and medias to fit any applications.

Absolute Rated Pleated | Cellulose Molded Ends | Microglass Pleated | Nominal Rated Pleated | High Flow Series
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Could Your Chemical Process Filtration Be Better?

To remove particles from your processes, we may recommend cartridge depth filters. We often use the step down method of starting with a higher micron filter to get the larger particles out, and then using lower micron filters to get where you need to be. This will depend on how much dirt is in your process to filter out. For final clarification, a lower micron cartridge filter will remove smaller particles that can cause haziness or cloudiness.

Engineering a New Chemical Manufacturing Process?

We’ll figure out which cartridge filters will work best for the level of cleanliness required, amount of dirt, temperature of the process, and chemical compatibility of your process with the different available filter media.

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