Ultrafilter high-performance depth filter for removing water and oil aerosols as well as compressed air and gases.
Thanks to the unique combination of binder-free, non-woven fiber filter media and pleated technology, a reduction in energy costs of 70% are achieved as well as improved filter performance. The new fiber material ultrafilter is oleophobic, which means that oil and water are actively rejected so that the differential pressure and thus the operating costs are reduced to a minimum compared to a conventional filter element.
You get obvious benefits from using the new pleated ultra-high performance filter element:
- Low differential pressure
- Improved filter performance
- Larger dirt holding capacity
- 70% lower energy costs
In addition, the new ultrafilter filter media are “oleophobic”, which means that oil and water are actively rejected, so that the differential pressure (and thus operating costs) is reduced to a minimum compared to conventional filter elements.
The quality of the filter elements is becoming increasingly important, firstly because the requirements for clean compressed air and technical gases are constantly increasing, and secondly because awareness of the environment and energy efficiency is increasing.
Ultrafilter has once again shown that it is one of the most innovative providers on the market with the introduction of its new Ultrafilter high-performance filter elements with an efficiency of 99.999998%.
And thanks to the unique combination of binder-free, non-woven fiber filter media and pleated technology, a reduction in energy costs of 70% and improved filter performance are achieved
The secret of this great increase in performance is the folding of the filter media. The folding process mechanically folds the fleece, making the filter area 450% larger than that of a conventional filter element.
- Chemical and petrochemical industries
- Food & beverage industry
- Plastics industry
- Process filtration
- Instrumentation air
PE: Sintered Polyethylene with an absolute retention rate of 25 micron