Premier Pleat Glass Fibre (PPG)
- FDA compliant and WRAS approved meeting the requirements of NSF/ANSI Standard 53
- 1 micron PPG for Cryptosporidium and Giardia cyst removal
- 99.98% absolute rated for critical filtration requirements (Beta 5,000)
- Constructed from borosilicate laboratory grade glass fibre for high purity
- Cartridges are formed around a polypropylene core with the glass fibre media protected by a polypropylene cage and thermally welded end caps
- Superior to polypropylene, glass fibre is a high flow, low pressure drop hydrophilic media
- The PPG media has a graded pore density for high dirt-holding capacity
- Potable water
- Cyst reduction
- Air and gas filtration
- Beverage clarification
Features & Information
Strong Borosilicate glass fibre media gives the SPECTRUM PPG high-efficiency filtration with absolute-rated particulate removal at impressive flow rates. Suited to integral applications where consistent and absolute removal is required.
FAQs - PPG
It’s important to note that absolute rated filtration is distinct from nominal rated filtration in that absolute rated filters are designed to reliably capture particles of a specific size or larger, ensuring that no particles larger than the rated size will pass through the filter, whereas nominal filter ratings are more approximate and can allow some variability in particle size capture.
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.