Process Filters for the Chemical Industry

For use in the chemical and industrial processing sector, this range of 6 filters provides filtration at up to 200°C and 400 bar of pressure. Up to 300 litres per minute!

  • Pressure Filters Type EDF
  • Up to 300 l/min, up to 400 bar

HYDAC stainless steel pressure filters are designed for use in the chemical industry and in industrial processing plants.

The range of 6 different sizes, filter materials and sealing materials means that the filters can be adapted to a wide variety and application conditions.

Depending on the particular application, reusable stainless steel filter elements are available in either Chemicron® (metal fibre) or wire mesh.

Disposable filter elements are available in Betamicron® (glass fibre). The element can be changed quickly and easily without removing the filter from the pipe system. This means that the filter can be used up to 200 °C.

The maximum permissible operation pressure for HYDAC stainless steel pressure filters is 400 bar (higher pressures on request) at 200 °C for all sizes.

Contamination of the filter elements can be monitored by means of a clogging indicator fitted to the filter. The filter elements can be cleaned several times, thereby saving the costs of disposal and re-purchase.

Speak to our filtration technology division about your factory automation requirements.


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