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Profile® II Filter Cartridges

Designed for High Performance
Clarification and Particle Removal

Profile II cartridges are high efficiency depth style filters constructed of polypropylene. Constructed of polypropylene, with a continuously graded fixed pore structure, these cartridges provide pre- and final filtration within the same cartridge resulting in lower overall filtration and disposal cost.

The Profile II filter cartridges provide a removal efficiency of >99.98% in compatible liquids with consistent filtration performance.

 
Features Benefits
Fixed fiber matrix
  • Consistent filtrate quality
  • Highly stable structure
  • Process reliability
Continuous pore size variation from coarse to fine
  • High dirt holding capacity
  • Longer service life
Cartridge
Available in multiple configurations Easy to integrate into existing lines
Polypropylene construction with no adhesives or surfactants Broad chemical compatibility
 


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Description

Designed for High Performance
Clarification and Particle Removal

Profile II cartridges are high efficiency depth style filters constructed of polypropylene. Constructed of polypropylene, with a continuously graded fixed pore structure, these cartridges provide pre- and final filtration within the same cartridge resulting in lower overall filtration and disposal cost.

The Profile II filter cartridges provide a removal efficiency of >99.98% in compatible liquids with consistent filtration performance.

 
Features Benefits
Fixed fiber matrix
  • Consistent filtrate quality
  • Highly stable structure
  • Process reliability
Continuous pore size variation from coarse to fine
  • High dirt holding capacity
  • Longer service life
Cartridge
Available in multiple configurations Easy to integrate into existing lines
Polypropylene construction with no adhesives or surfactants Broad chemical compatibility
 
Specifications

Food Contact Compliance

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

Materials of Construction

 
Media Polypropylene
Core Polypropylene
AB Style Cartridges Only
Cage, End Cap and Fin End Polypropylene
Adaptor Polypropylene with a stainless steel reinforcing ring
O-ring Seal Ethylene propylene rubber or silicone elastomer
RMF Style Cartridges Only
Elastomeric End Cap and Seal Thermoplastic elastomer
 

Operating Characteristics in Compatible Fluids1

 
Maximum Differential Pressure2 (Forward) Operating Temperature
4 bard (60 psid) 30 °C (86 °F)
3 bard (50 psid) 50 °C (122 °F)
2 bard (30 psid) 70 °C (158 °F)
1 bard (15 psid) 82 °C (180 °F)
0.3 bard (5 psid)3 125 °C (257 °F)
 


 1 Fluids which do not swell, soften or adversely affect any of the filter components.

 2 In forward direction. Recommended change-out differential pressure is 2.4 bard

    (35 psid), provided the maximum differential pressure (based on temperature) is
    not exceeded.

 3 AB style only

Sterilization and Sanitization5

 
Method Temperature Cumulative Time
in situ Steam Sterilization 125 °C (257 °F) 10 hours
in situ Hot Water Sanitization 80 °C (176 °F)  
 

 5 For applications requiring in situ sterilization or sanitization Pall recommends the
 use of Code 7 adaptors to ensure filter sealing after cooling. Cartridges should
 be cooled to system operating temperature prior to use. If RF or RMF elements
 are heated in situ and cooled by a difference of more than 20 °C (36 °F), sealing
 of the element may be marginal, depending on the type of sealing mechanism
 used in the filter housing.

Typical Flow Rates4




It is recommended that the Max. Flow rate be selected such that the clean element pressure drop does not exceed 0.7 bar (10 psid) for optimal assembly life. Please contact Pall for optimized sizing.


4Typical initial clean media ØP 254 mm (10") element, water at 20 °C (122 °F), viscosity 1 cP,multiply the delta p by the viscosity.For assistance with filter assembly, sizing and housing selection, contact your local Pall representative.

Performance

Quality

  • Cartridges produced in a controlled environment 
  • Manufactured according to ISO 9001:2008 certified Quality Management System
Type
Cartridges and Elements
Ordering Information
This information is a guide to the part number structure and possible options. For availability of specific options and housing details, please contact Pall.

Example Part Number: AB2Y0507WJ(See bold references in tables below.)

Table 1 - Nominal Length

 
Code Length
AB, RF and RMF Styles Only
1 254 mm (10 in.)
2 508 mm (20 in.)
3 762 mm (30 in.)
4 1016 mm (40 in.)
RF Style Only
01 25.4 mm (1 in.)
05 127 mm (5 in.)
09 228.6 mm (9 in.)
39 990.6 mm (39 in.)
RF and RMF Styles only
29 736.6 mm (29 in.)
 

Table 2 - Liquid Removal Rating6

 
Grade Removal Rating (μm) at 99.98% Efficiency (ß-5000) Removal Rating (μm) at 90% Efficiency (ß-10)
005 0.5* <0.5*
010 1.0 <0.5*
030 3.0 <1.0*
050 5.0 2.0
100 10.0 6.5
 
*Extrapolated value

6 Profile II filter cartridge liquid retention ratings up to 20 micron are based on a
modified OSU-F2 single pass test in an aqueous medium. Oil is used as the
test medium for the 40 micron grade. Asterisks indicate extrapolated values.


Profile II filter cartridge liquid retention ratings are based on ANSI B93.31.73 modified for single pass testing in an aqueous medium.

Table 3 - Adaptor

 
Code Description
3 SOE - single open end with flat closed end and external 222 O-rings
7 SOE - single open end with fin end, 2 locking tabs and external 226 O-rings
8 SOE - single open end with fin end and external 222 O-rings
28 SOE - single open end with fin end, 3 locking tabs and external 222 O-rings
 

Code 3, 7, 8 and 28 may be available in selected grades, confirm code availability with your Pall representative

Table 4 - O-ring Seal7

 
Code Description
H4 Silicone Elastomer
J Ethylene Propylene Rubber
 

 7 AB style configurations only

Application
Service Media Filtration, Preclarification, Clarification, Service Media Filtration, Particle Filtration, Fine Filtration, Guard Filtration, Particle Removal, Activated Carbon Removal, Filtration after Cold Stabilization