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Ultipor® GF Plus Filter Elements

Ultipor ® GF Plus filters have a pleated high area construction for long service life. The medium uses a binder resin which coats the glass fibers, imparting a positive zeta potential in aqueous service. The resin also bonds the glass fibers to a polyester substrate, producing a rugged composite medium. Applications for such filters are numerous as most suspensions are negatively charged in aqueous solution, including not only particles but bacteria and viruses. Some Ultipor GF Plus filter grades efficiently remove sub-microscopic haze from a wide variety of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, including colognes.

Ultipor GF Plus filters have a fixed pore construction which precludes unloading or media migration.

Ultipor GF Plus elements with polypropylene hardware in a double open-ended UNI CAP configuration are rated to withstand differential pressures of 5.2 bard (75 psid) @ 38 ̊C (100 ̊F) and 3.1 bard (45 psid) @ 82 ̊C (180 ̊F).

When constructed in a single open-ended AB configuration, the element can withstand differential pressures of 5.2 bard (75 psid) @ 27 ̊C (80 ̊F) and 3.8 bard (55 psid) up to 82 ̊C (180 ̊F).



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Ultipor ® GF Plus filters have a pleated high area construction for long service life. The medium uses a binder resin which coats the glass fibers, imparting a positive zeta potential in aqueous service. The resin also bonds the glass fibers to a polyester substrate, producing a rugged composite medium. Applications for such filters are numerous as most suspensions are negatively charged in aqueous solution, including not only particles but bacteria and viruses. Some Ultipor GF Plus filter grades efficiently remove sub-microscopic haze from a wide variety of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, including colognes.

Ultipor GF Plus filters have a fixed pore construction which precludes unloading or media migration.

Ultipor GF Plus elements with polypropylene hardware in a double open-ended UNI CAP configuration are rated to withstand differential pressures of 5.2 bard (75 psid) @ 38 ̊C (100 ̊F) and 3.1 bard (45 psid) @ 82 ̊C (180 ̊F).

When constructed in a single open-ended AB configuration, the element can withstand differential pressures of 5.2 bard (75 psid) @ 27 ̊C (80 ̊F) and 3.8 bard (55 psid) up to 82 ̊C (180 ̊F).

Performance

Removal ratings

 
Cartridge Grade Liquid Service 3 Rating in Microns at % Efficiency Aqueous Clean Pressure Drop Per 25.4 cm (10 in) Module (MBARD/LPM) / (PSID/GPM) ⁴ Typical Aqueous Flow Per 25.4 cm (10 in) Cartridge (LPM/GPM)
99% 99.98%
U010Z 0.6 ² 1 3.09 / 0.17 7.6 - 11.4 / 2-3
U2-20Z 0.8 ² 2 2.55 / 0.14 7.6 - 11.4 / 2-3
U030Z 2.0 3 1.82 / 0.10 7.6 - 11.4 / 2-3
U6-40Z 3.2 6 0.91 / 0.05 11.4 - 18.9 / 3-5
U100Z 6.0 10 0.55 / 0.03 11.4 - 18.9 / 3-5
U200Z 17.0 20 0.36 / 0.02 11.4 - 18.9 / 3-5
U400Z 25.0 40 0.27 / 0.015 15.1 - 26.5 / 4-7
 
Type
Cartridges and Elements
Use
Filtration
Ordering Information

Housing Information

Housings are available in either polypropylene, carbon steel, or stainless steel and can accommodate 1 to 152, 10 in modules per housing.

DOE - Pall Part Number = PUY [1] [2] [3]

SOE - Pall Part Number = AB [1] [2] [4] [5]


Table 1

 
Code Cartridge lengths (cm/in)
1 25.4 / 10
2 50.8 / 20
3 76.2 / 30
4 102 / 40
 

Table 2

 
Code Cartridge
U010Z U010Z
U2-20Z U2-20Z
U030Z U030Z
U6-40Z U6-40Z
U100Z U100Z
U200Z U200Z
U400Z U400Z
 

Table 3

 
Code Gasket option
J Ethylene propylene (std)
H13 Nitrile
H Fluorocarbon elastomer
 

Table 4

 
Code End Fittings
O-ring fitting I.D. (In) O-ring replacement size
3, 8 1 1⁄4 -222
7 1 1⁄2 -226
 

Table 5

 
Code O-ring option
H4 Silicone
H Fluorocarbon elastomer
J Ethylene propylene
 

1
These grades are particularly useful as prefilters, in addition to providing absolute removal efficiency
2
Extrapolated value.
3
Liquid service ratings are based on a modified OSU F-2 protocol for recording removal efficiency based on particle counting techniques.
4
Pressure drop in MBARD/LPM (PSID/GPM) for water for a single 25.4 cm (10 in) module. Multiply this value by the required flow to determine the total aqueous pressure drop. Next, for fluids other than water, multiply by viscosity in centipoise. If this calculated pressure drop is excessive, then divide this value by the number of 25.4 cm (10 in) modules required to reduce this pressure drop to an acceptable level.
Application
Poly Cmdty Intermediate (Fluids), Poly Cmdty Raw Material (Fluids), Poly Engrd & Spcl Intermediate (Fluids), Poly Engrd & Spcl Raw Material (Fluids)
Segment
Polymer