Material: Stainless steel is a popular material choice for filter housings due to its corrosion resistance and durability.
1. The most commonly used type of stainless steel for filter housings is austenitic stainless steel, which contains at least 10.5% chromium and a maximum of 1.2% carbon
2 .Operating conditions: The location of the process equipment and the filter itself will dictate the materials of construction and longevity. For example, if a filter is mounted outdoors in a harsh marine environment, 316L stainless steel construction is ideal.
3. Contamination type: The type of contamination (particles, liquid, vapor) will determine the industrial filtration media, separation stages, flow pattern, and filter housing design
4. Pressure: High-pressure filtration requires specialized filter housings that can withstand the pressure. Stainless steel housings rated for high pressure are available.
5. Optimal Filtration Design
- Stainless housings allow proper airflow and filtration contact time.
- Access doors make filter changes easy to maintain peak performance.
- High-quality gaskets prevent air bypass and leakage.
- Options like drain/vent ports improve filtration effectiveness.
- Proper housing design avoids filter blowout or collapse from pressure.
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