Features & Information
SPECTRUM’s housing range offers a variety of options in size, configuration, ports and much more, to suit a wide range of applications.
FAQs - Housings
A filter housing is a container or enclosure that holds and supports a filter element, such as a cartridge, bag, or capsule, in a liquid filtration system.
Filter housings play a critical role in protecting the filter element, maintaining the filtration process’s integrity, and preventing any bypass of unfiltered liquid.
They are typically designed for repeated use and are considered reusable components in liquid filtration systems. They are made from durable materials like stainless steel, polypropylene, or other engineered plastics that can withstand multiple filtration cycles.
After the filter element is removed the housing itself can be thoroughly cleaned, inspected, and reassembled for the next filtration process.
Filter housings are designed to accommodate specific types and sizes of filter cartridges, bags, or capsules. It is essential to ensure compatibility between the filter housing and the filter element you intend to use.
When selecting a filter housing, consider the filter element’s dimensions, flow rate, and material to ensure a proper fit and efficient filtration performance.
If you can’t find the product you’re looking for in our vast range, there’s a chance that we offer bespoke production, an alternative solution or have it currently in development. Please don’t hesitate to contact us, we’ll be happy to discuss your specific requirements and help you find a suitable solution.