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Nexis® High Flow Series Filter Elements

The Nexis® High Flow filter is a large-diameter, coreless, single-open-ended depth cartridge with inside-to-outside flow. It is available in a variety of proprietary melt-blown filter media in ratings from 10 μm to 100 μm. With its large diameter (152.4 mm [6 in.]), desired results can be achieved in high flow rate applications with significantly fewer elements and smaller housings.

Features and Benefits

  • Coreless all-plastic construction reduces waste
  • High flow capacity significantly reduces system size and frequency of filter changeouts
  • Variety of lengths and media grades available
  • Absolute-rated filter medium allows for reproducible performance1
  • Features proprietary CoLD Melt™ technology using a gradient pore structure
  • Inside-to-outside flow traps contaminants inside the filter, preventing discharge during changeout
  • Handle for easy filter replacement

For detailed information about this product, please refer to the data sheet. (To download this data sheet, select Download PDF from the menu above.)

Products in this datasheet may be covered by one or more patents, including EP 830,191; US 5,591,335; US 5,653,833; US 5,681,469; US 5,690,782; US 5,730,820; US 5,733,581; US 5,741,395; US 5,783,011.

1 Except Y1000


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Description
The Nexis® High Flow filter is a large-diameter, coreless, single-open-ended depth cartridge with inside-to-outside flow. It is available in a variety of proprietary melt-blown filter media in ratings from 10 μm to 100 μm. With its large diameter (152.4 mm [6 in.]), desired results can be achieved in high flow rate applications with significantly fewer elements and smaller housings.

Features and Benefits

  • Coreless all-plastic construction reduces waste
  • High flow capacity significantly reduces system size and frequency of filter changeouts
  • Variety of lengths and media grades available
  • Absolute-rated filter medium allows for reproducible performance1
  • Features proprietary CoLD Melt™ technology using a gradient pore structure
  • Inside-to-outside flow traps contaminants inside the filter, preventing discharge during changeout
  • Handle for easy filter replacement

For detailed information about this product, please refer to the data sheet. (To download this data sheet, select Download PDF from the menu above.)

Products in this datasheet may be covered by one or more patents, including EP 830,191; US 5,591,335; US 5,653,833; US 5,681,469; US 5,690,782; US 5,730,820; US 5,733,581; US 5,741,395; US 5,783,011.

1 Except Y1000
Specifications

Materials

  • Media: Polypropylene with high-density polyethylene
  • O-ring seal: Fluorocarbon, nitrile, ethylene-propylene rubber
  • End caps: Glass-fiber-reinforced polypropylene

Dimensions (nominal)

  • Outside diameter: 152.4 mm (6 in.)
  • Length:
    • 508 mm (20 in.)
    • 1016 mm (40 in.)
    • 1524 mm (60 in.)

Liquid Removal Ratings (μm)

 
Media grade Efficiency by particle count5
Y100 9.2 (99.9%)
Y150 16.0 (99.9%)
Y400 38.3 (99.9%)
Y750 73.3 (99.5%)
Y1000 >100.0 (90%)
 

Liquid Flow Specifications

 
Media grade Pressure drop mbard/lpm (psid/gpm), water @ 20 °C (68 °F) 6
20-Inch 40-Inch 60-Inch
Y100 1.13 (0.062) 0.56 (0.031) 0.3767 (0.0207)
Y150 0.47 (0.026) 0.24 (0.013) 0.1567 (0.0087)
Y400 0.09 (0.005) 0.04 (0.0025) 0.03 (0.0017)
Y750 0.09 (0.005) 0.04 (0.0025) 0.03 (0.0017)
Y1000 0.05 (0.003) 0.03 (0.0015) 0.0167 (0.001)
 

kPa/lpm = 0.1000 mbard/lpm

5 Based on a modified ISO 16889 test procedure.
6 To determine pressure drop per flow rate for filters only, multiply this value by the total flow rate. (For liquids with a viscosity differing from water, multiply the pressure drop by the viscosity in centipoise.) To determine the system pressure drop, add this value to the pressure drop per flow rate value for the housing.
Performance

Maximum operating temperature2

  • 65.5 °C (150 °F)

Maximum operating differential pressure3

  • 2.9 bard @ 20 °C / 42 psid @ 68 °F
  • 1.03 bard @ 65.5 °C / 15 psid @150 °F

Recommended differential pressure for changeout4

  • 2.4 bard (35 psid)
2 In compatible fluids that do not soften, swell, or adversely affect the performance of the filter or the materials of construction.
3 Recommendation is for inside-to-outside flow only.
4 Provided that the maximum differential pressure is not exceeded based on temperature limits defined above.
Type
Cartridges and Elements
Use
Filtration
Application
LNG Acid Gas, Midstream Process Water, Refinery Amine Systems, Upstream Injection Water & SRU, Midstream Acid Gas, Midstream Glycol Filtration