Quality and economical filtration for food and beverage applications
Parker’s Poly-Mate™ cartridges incorporate a unique combination of polypropylene meltblown and spunbonded media to provide high surface area, finish-free and non-fiber-releasing filtration. All-polypropylene construction maximizes chemical resistance to acids, bases, salts, and most organic solvents.
Pleated polypropylene absolute-rated depth cartridges with superior dirt-holding capacity
Polyflow®'s random fiber polypropylene depth media provides long on-stream life and high retention efficiencies. While many polypropylene depth media are nominally rated and cannot meet their actual claimed retention efficiency, Polyflow® is engineered to meet exacting performance claims.
Parker's innovative research team developed an exclusive calendaring process that produces media with unsurpassed dirt-loading capacity. Before each lot of media is fabricated, the best calendaring conditions are determined to ensure minimal lot-to-lot variability and peak product performance. The number of pleats for each filter rating has also been optimized to ensure maximum dirt-loading capacity and on-stream life.
Polyflow® is thermally bonded from 100% virgin polypropylene to ensure superior cleanliness and excellent chemical and thermal compatibility under harsh processing conditions.
All-polypropylene nominally rated depth cartridges for economical prefiltration
Polyflow®-G depth media has been developed for a wide variety of general process applications from fluid clarification to general prefiltration. Its high dirt-loading, random fiber polypropylene depth media provides consistent particle retention. Polyflow®-G is thermally bonded from 100% virgin polypropylene to ensure clean filtrates and excellent chemical and thermal compatibility in the most demanding processing conditions.
Polyflow®-G leads in overall reduction of filtration costs when compared to spunbonded, stringwound, and nominally rated pleated prefilter cartridges. Its longer filtration life reduces downtime due to fewer changeouts.