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Kleen-Change® In-Line Filter Capsules

Kleen-Change In-Line Capsules are designed for the filtration of a broad range of slurries and liquids compatible with its all polypropylene construction.
  • A Pall Profile® II, Profile Star or CMPure filter element is permanently welded into each capsule, eliminating extractables and chemical incompatibility of elastomeric seals, as well as preventing errors due to incorrect cartridge installation.
  • Disposable cartridges minimize operator contact with fluid during changeover.
  • Use of disposable capsules speeds filter change and reduces equipment downtime.
  • The unique construction of the Pall depth filters provides for built-in prefiltration, assuring long service life with steady flux rates, and with no breakthrough of contaminants.
  • Profile and CMPure Depth filters provide a sharp boundary between high transmission of native slurry particles and removal of large particles, gels and aggregates.
  • Available in various lengths to accommodate 254 mm / 10" (onehigh) to 508 mm / 20" (two-high) long filter elements and with 38 in. or 34 in. Flaretek1 inlet/outlet connections for handling a variety of flow rates.
  • The in-line construction permits flow from the bottom of the capsule, potentially resulting in re-suspension of unstable slurries.
  • Very low hold-up volumes ensure minimum slurry wastage during change-out.
  • Disposable capsules eliminate housing cleaning costs, as well as reducing potential contamination.
1 Flaretek is a trademark of Entegris Inc.


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Description
Kleen-Change In-Line Capsules are designed for the filtration of a broad range of slurries and liquids compatible with its all polypropylene construction.
  • A Pall Profile® II, Profile Star or CMPure filter element is permanently welded into each capsule, eliminating extractables and chemical incompatibility of elastomeric seals, as well as preventing errors due to incorrect cartridge installation.
  • Disposable cartridges minimize operator contact with fluid during changeover.
  • Use of disposable capsules speeds filter change and reduces equipment downtime.
  • The unique construction of the Pall depth filters provides for built-in prefiltration, assuring long service life with steady flux rates, and with no breakthrough of contaminants.
  • Profile and CMPure Depth filters provide a sharp boundary between high transmission of native slurry particles and removal of large particles, gels and aggregates.
  • Available in various lengths to accommodate 254 mm / 10" (onehigh) to 508 mm / 20" (two-high) long filter elements and with 38 in. or 34 in. Flaretek1 inlet/outlet connections for handling a variety of flow rates.
  • The in-line construction permits flow from the bottom of the capsule, potentially resulting in re-suspension of unstable slurries.
  • Very low hold-up volumes ensure minimum slurry wastage during change-out.
  • Disposable capsules eliminate housing cleaning costs, as well as reducing potential contamination.
1 Flaretek is a trademark of Entegris Inc.
Specifications

Materials

  • Filter medium: Polypropylene
  • Shell, core: Polypropylene

Removal Ratings

Profile II, Profile Star and CMPure filter absolute removal ratings can be 5-10 times finer than traditional ratings for depth filters.
  • Profile II filters: 0.3 μm, 0.5 μm, 1 μm, 3 μm, 5 μm, 10 μm, 20 μm, 30 μm, 40 μm and 70 μm
  • Profile Star filters: 1 μm, 1.5 μm, 3 μm, 5 μm, 10 μm, 20 μm, 40 μm and 70 μm
  • CMPure Depth filters: 0.5 μm, 2 μm, 5 μm, 10 μm, 15 μm, 20 μm, 30 μm and 50 μm

Operating Conditions

  • Maximum pressure:
    4 bar @ 30 °C / 60 psig @ 86 °F
  • Maximum differential pressure:
    4 bar @ 30 °C / 60 psid @ 86 °F
  • Maximum temperature:
    30 °C / 86 °F

Connections

  • Inlet / outlet: 38 in. or 34 in. Flaretek
  • Vent / drain: 14 in. Flaretek
1 Flaretek is a trademark of Entegris Inc.
Performance

Pressure Drop vs. Liquid Flow Rate

3⁄8" Flaretek Pressure Drop vs. Flow Rate

3⁄4" Flaretek Pressure Drop vs. Flow Rate

Curves represent pressure drop of capsules without filter media.

Note: To obtain the total clean capsule pressure drop:
a) Multiply the pressure drop from the graphs by the specific gravity of the service liquid.
b) Obtain the filter element differential pressure from the specifications of the Profile Star Filter and/or CMPure Filter cartridges.
c) Correct the filter element differential pressure for the viscosity of the service liquid and add to the result from (a) above.
Type
Assemblies, Capsules
Use
Filtration
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: TDY 2 Y030 F12 ( See bold references in tables below)

Part Number:
TDY < Nominal Length Code from Table 1 > < Filter Media Code from Table 2 > < Connections Code from Table 3 >

Table 1 - Nominal Length

Code Nominal Length L (in. / mm)
1 14.4 / 365
2 24.5 / 622

Table 2 - Filter Media

Filter Media Code2 Removal
Rating (μm)
Profile II Profile Star CMPure
Y003 CMPD03 0.3
Y005 CMPD05 0.5
Y010 A010 1
A015 1.5
CMPD2 2
Y030 A030 3
Y050 A050 CMPD5 5
Y100 A100 CMPD10 10
Y200 A200 CMPD20 20
Y300 CMPD30 30
Y400 A400 40
CMPD50 50
Y700 A700 70

Table 3 - Connections

Code Connections
F06 38 in. Flaretek
F12 34 in. Flaretek
2 Contact Pall Microelectronics for other media and removal ratings.


Unit conversion: 1 bar = 100 kilopascals
Segment
Semiconductor