Filson Stainless Steel Steam Filter

  • Eliminate settled contaminants and condensate water from steam
  • Have good mechanical strength by the sintering process
  • Easy to disassemble and install with portable design
  • Avoid carrying potential contaminants into downline filters applications
  • Work well under tough environment application
  • High temperature and corrosion resistance

Filson stainless steel steam filters are available in different sizes, materials upon your request. Specifically, its size ranges from 1/8 inch to 8 inches. 304 or 316L stainless steel is available for filter housing, sintered and pleated stainless steel is used in the filter element.

  • Raw material: Stainless steel housing with polished surface finish and sintered stainless steel element
  • Dimension: Available in a different sizes or customized, generally from 1/8 inch to 8 inch
  • Processing technique: Vacuum sintering technology
  • Working temperature: Ranging from -70 ℃ to 200 ℃
  • Max working pressure: 145 PSIG
  • Steam capacity: Ranging from 100 lb/hr to 17100 lb/hr
  • Connection mode: NPT thread, flange, and welded end connection available
  • Connection size: 1.5-8 inch

Note: Listed above are for reference purposes, please consult Filson for customization.

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Filson Stainless Steel Steam Filter

Your Dependable Stainless Steel Steam Filter Manufacturer in China

Filson is one of the best stainless steel steam filter manufacturers in China, we can provide high-quality stainless steel filters. We have full capabilities to combine your wanted features into them, send us your drawing, we will give you the perfect response.

Filson stainless steel steam filter housing is equipped with NPT thread or flange connections depending on size and has an electronic polished or bead blast surface finish. It is designed to yield low-pressure drops at high flow rates.

Filson stainless steel steam filters are designed and built to remove unwanted particles from process steam and culinary steam. They are widely used in the food and beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology industries.

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