Premier Pleat High Flow Glass Fibre (PPG-HF)
- Manufactured from FDA compliant materials the glass fibre High Flow is ideal for high temperatures exceeding 82ºC
- The large diameter High Flow with its pleated polypropylene pre-filtration layer and glass fibre media results in one of the highest flowing filters available whilst still providing absolute removal (99.9+%) of particulate
- The pleat pack is protected from the high flow rates by a rigid internal polypropylene core, with the media protected by a polypropylene outer wrap
- Constructed from laboratory grade borosilicate glass fibre for high purity and strength
- Polypropylene end caps are reinforced with glass fibre for added strength
- Local water authorities
- Food and beverage
- Inside to out fluid applications
- High volume applications
- High temperature applications
Features & Information
The highest flow rate capacity in the range – SPECTRUM High Flow cartridges offer exceptional dirt holding capacity and low-pressure drops at impressive flow rates of up to 110m3/hr, whilst the ergonomic moulded handle allows for easier handling and faster change-outs, making these cartridges ideal for large, fast-paced industrial applications. The sturdy Borosilicate glass fibre media offers additional reassurance regarding particle classification and compatibility.
FAQs - PPG-HF
A multi-layered, graded pore density provides greater dirt-holding capacity resulting in increased cartridge life. High Flow cartridges require significantly less maintenance than other cartridges. A single High Flow can replace multiple smaller cartridges with 63 x 10″ pleated cartridges amounting to the flow of a single 60″ High Flow.
Borosilicate glass fibre is a type of fibreglass made from borosilicate glass, which is a specialised type of glass known for its high resistance to heat, chemicals, and thermal shock.
A pleated filter is a type of liquid filtration cartridge designed with pleats or folds on the filter media to increase the surface area for better filtration efficiency compared to spuns and wounds.
Pleated filters are used to remove suspended particulate. They are usually used to control finer particulate as a final stage of filtration where a specific contaminant is targeted for removal.