Basic technology that works, the SPECTRUM Wound range is perfectly suited as a pre-filter to protect more expensive secondary or final filtration systems.
The SPECTRUM Wound range is offered in three medias with a wide span of micron ratings (0.5 to 150), offering cost effective particulate filtration with a tried and tested history to prove it.
General use, poly-on-poly core
Polypropylene – easily the most popular cartridge media, having a broad chemical compatibility, good temperature resistance and low cost, this standard and large diameter filter is an effective solution for many applications.
High temperature, stainless steel core
Cotton – used principally where polypropylene is incompatible with the filtrate, the bleached cotton of the SPECTRUM Wound, which meets FDA standards, is specifically designed for water and food applications, with its 304-stainless steel core ensuring high temperature capabilities.
Glass Fibre – the primary advantage of glass-fibre is its ability to withstand high temperatures. Up to 400°C can be achieved with its stainless-steel core, often making it the sole choice for high temperature applications. Similarly, when filtering oxidizing agents, glass fibre is the only economic cartridge with excellent chemical compatibility.
Key Product Features
- Wide range of particles removed
- Chemical resistantance
- Economic to use
- No foaming