Wound Filter Cartridge

Wound Filter Cartridge Manufacturer

Wound Filter Cartridge is also called String Wound Filter Cartridge or Spun Filter Cartridge in Brother Filtration. It is another type of depth cartridge filters and suits for many applications where larger dirt holding capacity requested. We provide PP cotton and more media with inner core types that offer you wide chemical compatibility.

String Wound Filter Cartridges are another effective way of removing sediment particles from your water. These filters are also called depth filters because they use 2 layers of filtration to keep out unwanted particles. The first layer catches any particles that are the same size or larger than the micron rating, while the inner layer catches smaller particles that slip through the initial filtration. This enhanced filtration comes at the cost of surface area, meaning that depth filters usually need to be cleaned/changed quicker than pleated filters.

What is a Wound Filter Cartridge?

Wound Filter Cartridge is capable of eliminating rust, dirt, and other sediments from water by using fibers.The string material can be from nylon, polyester, cotton, etc.

It wraps on a center core like stainless steel or polypropylene.

 

Main Application of Wound Filter Cartridge

  • Process water
  • Sea water desalination
  • RO/DI pre-filtration
  • Beverage processes
  • Liquid clarification filtration
  • Plating baths filtration
  • Chemicals Filtration
  • Acids & Alkali Filtration

 

Components of Wound Filter Cartridge

The Main Components of a Would Filter Cartridge are Inner Support Core; Filtration Material; End cap and O-ring.

 

Material of Wound Filter Cartridge

  • Proclean PP String Would Filter Cartridge
  • Proclean Cotton String Would Filter Cartridge

PP Wound Filter Cartridge

Filter Core Selection Guide

How to choose a would filter cartridge? We first have to know the specification of a Would Filter Cartridge. Here is the referred parameter:

  • Polypropylene: the economical core of choice for most applications in water and corrosives to 200ºF.
  • Tin Plated Steel: General purpose metal core for oils, solvents, paints, and other non-FDA applications. For use to 400ºF.
  • 304 Stainless Steel: For high temperature applications on diluted acids and moderately corrosive fluids. For use to 750ºF.
  • 316 Stainless Steel: For high temperature applications on strong acids and highly corrosive fluids. For use to 750ºF.
  • Glass-filled nylon for strong acids and highly corrosive fluids when polypropylene is not compatible.

We provide innovative filters for all your applications needs. To learn more about our products, please click here to view our application and size chart to determine your exact needs. If you have any questions, please contact us immediately to ask an engineer.

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