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 glass fibre range is offered in a wide span of micronratings (1 to 100), offering cost effective particulate filtration with a tried and tested history to prove it.
High temperature on stainless steel core
Glass Fibre (max temp 400°C)
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.
Features & Information
When filtering oxidising agents, glass fibre is an economical cartridge with excellent chemical compatibility
Capable of handling temperatures up to 400°C and maintaining structure due to its 304L stainless steel core
Applications & Industries
SWF-1-40, SWF-5-40, SWF-10-40, SWF-25-40, SWF-50-40, SWF-75-40, SWF-100-40,