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  2. Stainless Steel
  3. Inox Economic (EYS)

Inox Economic (EYS)

Features & Information
  • Available in a cylindrical stainless steel configuration, using no resin or glue based binders, this reusable cartridge offers the perfect choice for high temperature applications
  • Offered in 5 to 800 micron with double open ended (AA) end caps
  • The stainless steel construction of the EYS is suited to applications where aggressive solutions rule out less robust filter media
Applications & Industries
  • High temperature specification
  • Caustic fluids
  • Petrochemicals
  • Corrosive liquids and gases
  • Chemical solutions
  • Straining
Technical Data
Ordering Details

Features & Information

SPECTRUM’s most economic stainless steel mesh filter cartridge. The all welded construction maintains the structural integrity of the cartridge and eliminates bypass, while the woven mesh and central core support and protect the filter media. A simple, resilient cartridge which can be relied upon to be washable and reusable again and again.


What are the advantages of using stainless steel filters?

Stainless steel filter cartridges offer several benefits, including:

  • Durability
  • Resistance to corrosion
  • High-temperature tolerance
  • Compatibility with a wide range of fluids
  • Longevity
  • Washable and reusable
Where are stainless steel filter cartridges commonly used?

Stainless steel filter cartridges find applications in numerous industries, including:

  • Food and beverage
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Petrochemicals
  • Water treatment
  • Industrial processes
What is the benefit of welding the media, central core, and end fitting together in the Economic model cartridge?

Welding these components together ensures cartridge integrity and eliminates the risk of bypass, ensuring that all fluid passes through the filtration media for effective contaminant removal.

How should the Economic model cartridge be cleaned and maintained?

Cleaning methods may vary depending on the specific application and contamination levels. Typically, the cartridge can be cleaned by rinsing or backflushing, following the manufacturer’s cleaning guidelines. Regular inspection and replacement of damaged components are also important for maintaining cartridge performance.