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Claris® Filter Cartridges

Claris filter cartridges are general purpose melt blown depth filters that deliver consistent, reliable filtration at the lowest possible cost.

Multiple fiber zones created by a proprietary and highly automated melt-blowing process result in a consistent and graded pore structure. The different pore sizes allow for the efficient capture of various sized particles and maximum usage of the filter's depth.

An innovative extruded core provides a low cost alternative to molded cores, without compromising filter strength or media depth.

Combined, these features provide long life, less filter changeouts, and the most cost-efficient solution for general particle reduction applications within the food and beverage industry.

 
Features Benefits
Melt blown depth media with graded pore structure Efficient capture of various particle sizes, maximizing the usage of the entire filter's depth
Thermally bonded fibers Consistent filtration performance
High void volume Long service life due to high dirt holding capacity
High strength extruded core Enables economy without compromising flow or cartridge stability

Eases disposal and incineration
All polypropylene construction, without adhesives, binders or surfactants Broad chemical compatibility, suitable for use in a variety of fluids
 


Quality

  • Cartridges produced in a controlled environment
  • Manufactured within a Quality Management System certified to ISO 9001:2008

Food Contact Compliance

Please refer to the Pall website for a Declaration of Compliance to specific National Legislation and/or Regional Regulatory requirements for food contact use.



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Description

Claris filter cartridges are general purpose melt blown depth filters that deliver consistent, reliable filtration at the lowest possible cost.

Multiple fiber zones created by a proprietary and highly automated melt-blowing process result in a consistent and graded pore structure. The different pore sizes allow for the efficient capture of various sized particles and maximum usage of the filter's depth.

An innovative extruded core provides a low cost alternative to molded cores, without compromising filter strength or media depth.

Combined, these features provide long life, less filter changeouts, and the most cost-efficient solution for general particle reduction applications within the food and beverage industry.

 
Features Benefits
Melt blown depth media with graded pore structure Efficient capture of various particle sizes, maximizing the usage of the entire filter's depth
Thermally bonded fibers Consistent filtration performance
High void volume Long service life due to high dirt holding capacity
High strength extruded core Enables economy without compromising flow or cartridge stability

Eases disposal and incineration
All polypropylene construction, without adhesives, binders or surfactants Broad chemical compatibility, suitable for use in a variety of fluids
 


Quality

  • Cartridges produced in a controlled environment
  • Manufactured within a Quality Management System certified to ISO 9001:2008

Food Contact Compliance

Please refer to the Pall website for a Declaration of Compliance to specific National Legislation and/or Regional Regulatory requirements for food contact use.

Specifications

Materials of Construction

 
Component Description
Filter Medium Polypropylene
Core, Fin End and End Cap Polypropylene
SOE Style Cartridges only  
Adaptor Polypropylene
O-ring Seal Silicone Elastomer
Ethylene Propylene Rubber
 

Operating Characteristics in Compatible Fluids1

 
Maximum Differential Pressure2 Operating Temperature
1.72 bard (25 psid) 60 °C (140 °F)
3.45 bard (50 psid) 20 °C (68 °F)
 

1Fluids which do not swell, soften, or adversely affect any of the filter components
2Recommended change-out differential pressure is 2.4 bard (35 psid), provided the maximum differential pressure (based on temperature) is not exceeded.
Performance

Flow Rates 3



3 Typical initial clean Δp for a 254 mm (10 inch) cartridge, clean water at 20°C (68 °F). For liquids with viscosity greater than 1 cp, multiply the Δp by the viscosity.
Type
Cartridges and Elements
Use
Filtration, Prefiltration
Ordering Information

This information is a guide to the part numbering structure and possible options. For availability of specific options, please contact Pall. Refer to Pall for housing details.

Part Number: CLR [Table 1] [Table 2] [Table 3] W [Table 4] 480

Example Part Number: CLR510M7WS480 See bold reference codes in tables.

Table 1: Removal Rating

 
Code Description
1 1 μm
3 3 μm
5 5 μm
10 10 μm
 

Table 2: Length

 
Code Description
DOE Style only:  
5 127 mm (5")
975 248 mm (9.75")
9875 251 mm (9.875")
10 254 mm (10")
195 495 mm (19.5")
20 508 mm (20")
2925 743 mm (29.25")
295 749 mm (29.5")
30 762 mm (30")
39 991 mm (39")
40 1016 mm (40")
50 1270 mm (50")
SOE Style only:  
10 254 mm (10")
20 508 mm (20")
30 762 mm (30")
40 1016 mm (40")
 

Table 3: Adaptor

 
Code Description
blank DOE with no endcaps
M3 SOE - single open end with flat closed end and external 222 O-rings
M6 SOE - single open end with flat closed end, 2 locking tabs and external 226 O-rings
M7 SOE - single open end with fin end, 2 locking tabs and external 226 O-rings
M8 SOE - single open end with fin end and external 222 O-rings
 

Table 4: O-ring Seal Material4

 
Code Description
S Silicone Elastomer
E Ethylene Propylene Rubber
 
4 For M3, M6, M7 and M8 styles only
Application
Particle Filtration, Incoming Water Primary Filtration, Pre RO filtration, Particulate Control, Water Filtration, Water: Trap Filtration, RO Protection, Incoming Water: Primary Filtration, Water Filtration
Segment
Beer (Corporate)
Bottled Water
Juice
Soft Drinks