Filson Steam Filters for Sterilizers
- Sintered stainless steel allow effective cleaning
- The single closure design simplifies maintenance
- Drain connection for condensate removal
- Available in different sizes, materials, and other specifications
- Perform well even under tough environment: high-temperature resistance, good corrosion resistance, and robust construction structure
- Easy to clean and reuse by solvent cleaning
To clean culinary steam, Filson steam filters for sterilizers are absolutely safe for your final products, Filson steam filters for sterilizers have got 3-A certification and have pasted the U.S. FDA listed for food contact use requirements.
- Raw material: The steam filter housing is made of 304/316L stainless steel, and the filter element is made of porous sintered stainless steel or pleated sintered metal
- Dimension: Available in a different size or customized, generally from 1/8 inch to 8 inch
- Processing technique: Vacuum sintering technology
- Working temperature: Ranging from -75 ℃ to 200 ℃
- Maximum pressure differential: 145 PSIG
- Connection mode: NPT thread, flange, and weld end connection
Note: Listed above are for reference purposes, please consult Filson for customization.
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Filson Steam Filter For Sterilizers
Your Dependable Steam Filters For Sterilizers Manufacturer in China
Filson is specialized in manufacturing steam filters for sterilizers. Since we have over 20 years of experience on steam filters for sterilizers fabrication, we know all your specific needs. You can totally feel at ease using our steam filters for sterilizers.
With dirt particles, scale, rust contaminants, culinary steam can cause harm to the next to sterilize filter, it pollutes your products and increases the maintenance costs, so purifying the steam is essential for your sterilizers.
Filson steam filters for sterilizers can help for we have reached tech breakthroughs and numerous successful applications. It can effectively clean settled particles for better sterilization by utilizing steam heat. Now, they are widely used in the dairy, food, and drinks industries.
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