Service High Capacity PVDF Cartridge Filters


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GPVWL Cartridge Filters High Capacity PVDF Membrane Applications Process Water Integrity Test Information Representative samples from each manufacturing lot are tested for integrity to ensure consistent performance. Maximum Operating Parameters Differential Pressure • Forward Operating Temperature Recommended Changeout Pressure Construction Materials Filtration Media High Capacity Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) Membrane Media Support Center Core Outer Support Cage Sealing Method Thermal Bonding Buna, Viton® (or FKM), EP, Silicone, FEP Encapsulated Silicone, FEP Encapsulated Viton (or FKM) Dimensions Length Outside Diameter Sanitization/Sterilization Filtered Hot Water 90 °C (194 °F), 30 minutes, multiple cycles, max 3 psid forward flow In-line Steam For all elevated temperature procedures above, a stainless steel support ring is required. Chemical Sanitization Performed using industry standard concentrations of hydrogen peroxide, paracetic acid, sodium hypochlorite and other selected chemicals. Total Performance Critical Process Filtration, Inc. is a vertically integrated manufacturer of filtration products to industries in which filtration is considered a critical part of the manufacturing process. We supply a complete line of products and services to help you cost effectively satisfy all your filtration requirements from a single source. General Service Grade GPVWL filters are made using high capacity hydrophilic polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) membrane. High capacity PVDF membrane exhibits high dirt holding capacity, excellent throughput and high efficiency retention. GPVWL cartridges are used for critical prefiltration applications in the processing of a wide range of liquids. 82 °C (180 °F) at 10 psid (0.69 bard) in water

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All Critical Process Filtration filters are designed to meet the FDA requirements for processing food and beverage products. The materials used to construct GPVWL filters are listed by the FDA as appropriate for use in articles intended for repeated food contact as specified in Title 21 CFR sections 174.5, 177.1500, 177.1520, 177.1630, 177.2440 and 177.2600 as appropriate. Membrane filters comply with Title 21 CFR sections 210.3 (b)(6) and 211.72, for nonfiber releasing filters. All materials used to make the filters are listed in European Commission Regulation EU/10/2011, Annex 1. Quality...

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