Cartridge filter housings are available in a wide range of configurations and materials. They are a great option for fine filtration because they are capable of filtering down to 0.02 micron. The size of cartridge and number needed in a housing can be determined based off of flow rate and particulates being filtered.
FilterSource can help you select the right system based on your specific needs. We offer a wide range of cartridge housings in stock that are available for immediate shipment. Current inventory includes single 10" cartridge housings all the way up to 51 40" cartridge housings. Housings can also be custom built to your precise needs.
For information, availability, engineering drawings, or to purchase: please contact us at 1-800-701-8038 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cartridge End Type - DOE, 222 fin, 222 flat, 226 fin, 226 flat, internal o-ring, jumbo cartridge
Number of Cartridges - 1-450
Materials of Construction - Carbon Steel, 304 Stainless Steel, 316 Stainless Steel, 304L Stainless Steel, 316L Stainless Steel, Hastelloy, Polypropylene, Styrean Acrylonitritle, Virgin Polypropylene, Glass-Reinforced Nylon
Closure - Clamp, Swing Bolt
Gasket - Buna N, EPDM, Silicone, Neoprene, Teflon Encapsulated Silicone, EPR, Viton, Vellumoid, FDA Grade EPR
Connections - NPT, Flanged, Sanitary Ferrules, BSPT, BSPP, Grooved Fittings, BSP; 1"-24"
Options - ASME Code Stamped, NSF 61, high purity or sanitary construction, high temperature, FDA grade materials or gaskets, gauge ports, pressure gauges, pressure relief, specialty finishes
Testing Available - PMI, radiography and many others upon request
Unfiltered liquid enters the housing from the side and liquid fills the interior of the housing. Liquid flows thru the cartridge filter from the outside in. Particles are trapped while the processed liquid moves to the center of the filtration system and flows from the bottom of the filter. O-Rings are used to create a positive seal between the lid and housing. Multi cartridge systems function the same way.