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Sealkleen Filter Housings

Sealkleen filter housings are versatile in-line filter housings for small-scale production. In-line filter housings are ideally suited for benchtop applications and processes where minimal hold-up volumes are required to maximize product yields. The Pall Sealkleenin-line filter housing combines this key requirement with a unique production safety concept. Its patented sealing mechanism ensures that the downstream section of the filter is essentially never contaminated with unfiltered fluid. Designed for GMP use, these housings are easy to use and benefit from low installation and maintenance costs.

Pall Sealkleenin-line filter housings are made from stainless steel grade AISI 316L. Advanced manufacturing technologies, including CNC machining and orbital welding, ensure a robust and highly sanitary design. Features of this housing range include high-quality electropolished internal surfaces, a design optimized for CIP/SIP requirements, design variants for easy automation, as well as convenient filter integrity testing.

Features and Benefits

  • Aseptic design — with electropolished surfaces giving typical internal Ra-values of ≤ 0.4 µm (≤ 15 µin.) without crevices or deadlegs
  • High product yields by low hold-up volumes
  • Valve designed for easy operation, maintenance, and filter integrity testing
  • Variants for integration into automated systems
  • Wide range of connection options


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Description

Sealkleen filter housings are versatile in-line filter housings for small-scale production. In-line filter housings are ideally suited for benchtop applications and processes where minimal hold-up volumes are required to maximize product yields. The Pall Sealkleenin-line filter housing combines this key requirement with a unique production safety concept. Its patented sealing mechanism ensures that the downstream section of the filter is essentially never contaminated with unfiltered fluid. Designed for GMP use, these housings are easy to use and benefit from low installation and maintenance costs.

Pall Sealkleenin-line filter housings are made from stainless steel grade AISI 316L. Advanced manufacturing technologies, including CNC machining and orbital welding, ensure a robust and highly sanitary design. Features of this housing range include high-quality electropolished internal surfaces, a design optimized for CIP/SIP requirements, design variants for easy automation, as well as convenient filter integrity testing.

Features and Benefits

  • Aseptic design — with electropolished surfaces giving typical internal Ra-values of ≤ 0.4 µm (≤ 15 µin.) without crevices or deadlegs
  • High product yields by low hold-up volumes
  • Valve designed for easy operation, maintenance, and filter integrity testing
  • Variants for integration into automated systems
  • Wide range of connection options

Specifications

Materials of Construction

 
All Product Wetted Parts  AISI 316L 
V-Clamp  AISI 316L, Nitronic 60 
Seals Silicone elastomer 
Surface Finish  

All electropolished

Internal: Ra ≤ 0.4 µm (≤ 15 µin.) (typical); External: Ra ≤ 0.8 µm (≤ 32 µin.) (typical) 

Documentation Certificate type 2.3 to EN10204 
 

Operating Conditions

 
Maximum Operating Pressure    1¹ to 10 barg (-14.5¹ to 150 psig) 
Maximum Operating Temperature   150 °C (300 °F)
 

¹ Full vacuum

Pressure Comparisons

 

Working Pressure (barg)

1 2 3 5

Working Pressure (psi)*

15 30   45 60  75 90

Factor to Apply 

 1.5 0.75 0.6   0.5 0.42 
 

* psi rounded figure

Nominal Dimensions

 

Part Number

B

Weight

Volume

ZLK702G23LHKH4, ZLK702G23LDDH4, ZLK702GNW15NKH4

202 mm (8.0 in.) 

63.5 mm (2.5 in.) 

135 mm (5.3 in.) 

1.1 kg (2.42 lbs) 

0.5 L

ZLK702G10NKH4 

270 mm (10.7 in.)

63.5 mm (2.5 in.) 

135 mm (5.3 in.)  

1.1 kg (2.42 lbs)  

0.5 L 

 

² SLK7001 variant may be possible, please contact Pall for details.
³ For use with Sealkleen SLK7002 filter elements. Where SLK7001 type filters are used, the clearance requirement reduces to 75 mm (3.0 in.).
Gas flow and differential pressure characteristics refer to the empty housing only for air at 2 barg pressure and 20 °C (68 °F). Pressure drops for other pressure ratings may be obtained by multiplying the pressure drop at 2 barg by the factors shown in the Pressure Comparisons table.

 

Performance

Typical Gas Flow Rates

 

Typical Water Flow Rates

Type

Housings, Vessels, and Assemblies

Product Summary

Ideally suited for benchtop applications and processes where minimal hold-up volumes are required to maximize product yields.