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Profile® II and Ultipleat® Profile® Filter Elements Retrofit Series

Pall Profile® II depth filters and Pall Ultipleat® Profile® pleated filters are now available in a user-friendly SI configuration. The SI style element consists of a solid polypropylene endcap with a 302 series stainless steel spring on one end, and a polypropylene endcap holding a replaceable polyethylene gasket on the open end.

The integral closed endcap/spring assembly eliminates the requirement for the customer to individually place loose springs and cups on the top of each and every filter. This makes filter changeout quicker and easier in multiple around cartridge housings. The SI configuration also will enhance product quality since the cartridge is permanently sealed at one end, thereby minimizing the risk of fluid bypass with a double open ended filter.

Profile II depth style filters are all polypropylene. The 212 inch diameter elements have an absolute rated downstream section, and a continuously profiled pore size upstream section, which significantly increases service life. The material of construction — chemically resistant polypropylene — permits application in a very wide range of corrosive and non-corrosive fluids. The fibers in Profile II filters may be considered continuous. No binder resin is used, as the fibers are bound by intertwining during the manufacturing process. As a result, Profile II filters show no media migration.

Pall Ultipleat Profile filters are 212 inch diameter pleated polypropylene cartridges. Just like Profile II filters, the absolute rated filter medium within Ultipleat Profile elements is constructed using Pall's proprietary method of continuously varying fiber diameter to create a tapered pore filter medium

As a result of this unique medium construction and a proprietary crescent-shaped pleat structure, the pressure drop of Ultipleat Profile filters is as low as half that of higher area pleated filters, and as low as one-fifteenth that of conventional depth filters. Consequently, Ultipleat Profile filters provide exceptional service life. The Ultipleat Profile medium is thicker than that found in many conventional pleated filters and is optimized for gel removal and sharp, distinct particle removal. This makes the elements ideal for viscous fluids and dispersions in addition to those many applications where long service life is desired.

Ultipleat Profile and Profile II filters have numerous applications in a broad range of industries that include chemical, petrochemical, photochemical, pharmaceutical, biological, electronic, magnetic tape, electroplating, food and beverage, cosmetic, veterinary, medical and fermentation industries. They are used as both prefilters and final filters.


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Pall Profile® II depth filters and Pall Ultipleat® Profile® pleated filters are now available in a user-friendly SI configuration. The SI style element consists of a solid polypropylene endcap with a 302 series stainless steel spring on one end, and a polypropylene endcap holding a replaceable polyethylene gasket on the open end.

The integral closed endcap/spring assembly eliminates the requirement for the customer to individually place loose springs and cups on the top of each and every filter. This makes filter changeout quicker and easier in multiple around cartridge housings. The SI configuration also will enhance product quality since the cartridge is permanently sealed at one end, thereby minimizing the risk of fluid bypass with a double open ended filter.

Profile II depth style filters are all polypropylene. The 212 inch diameter elements have an absolute rated downstream section, and a continuously profiled pore size upstream section, which significantly increases service life. The material of construction — chemically resistant polypropylene — permits application in a very wide range of corrosive and non-corrosive fluids. The fibers in Profile II filters may be considered continuous. No binder resin is used, as the fibers are bound by intertwining during the manufacturing process. As a result, Profile II filters show no media migration.

Pall Ultipleat Profile filters are 212 inch diameter pleated polypropylene cartridges. Just like Profile II filters, the absolute rated filter medium within Ultipleat Profile elements is constructed using Pall's proprietary method of continuously varying fiber diameter to create a tapered pore filter medium

As a result of this unique medium construction and a proprietary crescent-shaped pleat structure, the pressure drop of Ultipleat Profile filters is as low as half that of higher area pleated filters, and as low as one-fifteenth that of conventional depth filters. Consequently, Ultipleat Profile filters provide exceptional service life. The Ultipleat Profile medium is thicker than that found in many conventional pleated filters and is optimized for gel removal and sharp, distinct particle removal. This makes the elements ideal for viscous fluids and dispersions in addition to those many applications where long service life is desired.

Ultipleat Profile and Profile II filters have numerous applications in a broad range of industries that include chemical, petrochemical, photochemical, pharmaceutical, biological, electronic, magnetic tape, electroplating, food and beverage, cosmetic, veterinary, medical and fermentation industries. They are used as both prefilters and final filters.
Performance

Ultipleat Profile Filters – Performance Characteristics

 
Cartridge Grade Liquid Removal Rating Clean Pressure Drop Aqueous Service PSI/GPM Per 10" Element(2)
In Microns (μm) at 90% Efficiency In Microns (μm) at 99.98% Efficiency
020 <1.0* 3.2 0.13
045 1.2 4.5 0.085
060 2.5 6.0 0.035
100 4.3 10.0 0.030
200 10.6 20.0 0.025
300 16.6 30.0 0.020
400 19.0 40.0 0.015
500 25.0 50.0 < 0.010
700 35.0 (1) < 0.010
1000 60.0 (1) < 0.010
 

Profile II Cartridge Grades and Their Characteristics

 
Cartridge Grade Liquid Removal Rating Clean Pressure Drop
In Microns (μm) at 90% Efficiency In Microns (μm) at 99.98% Efficiency Aqueous Service PSI/GPM Per 10 Element Gaseous Service CFM of Air Per PSI Per 10" Cartridge(3)
020 < 1.0* 2 1.9 4.6
030 < 1.0* 3 1.5 6.4
050 2 5 0.8 11.0
070 3.5 7 0.5 17.0
100 6.5 10 0.3 29.0
120 7.0 12 0.2 36.0
150 8.0 15 0.15 44.0
200 10 20 0.10 75.0
300 14 30 0.08 119.0
400 20 40 0.05 207.0
700 32 (4) < 0.05 415.0
900 50 (4) < 0.05 640.0
1200 60 (4) < 0.05 1000.0
 
(1) Precision evaluation of the 99.98% removal efficiency for these coarse grades is not possible with the modified OSU test procedure utilized.
(2) Pressure drop in PSI per GPM for a single 10” cartridge. For multiple number of elements, divide by the number of cartridges. For fluids other than water, multiply the value calculated by the fluid's viscosity measured in centipoise.
(3) For longer modules, increase the flow rates listed in proportion. The flow rates listed do not take into account pressure losses due to flow in the internal diameter of the element, which becomes significant above about 40 to 60 cfm.
(4) Precision evaluation of the 99.98% removal efficiency for these coarse grades is not possible with the modified OSU test procedure utilized.

* Extrapolated Value

Operating Characteristics- Profile II Filters and Ultipleat Profile Cartridges

Recommended maximum pressure differential is 60 psi up to 86 °F (30 °C), 50 psi up to 122 °F (50 °C), 30 psi up to 158 °F (70 °C), and 15 psi up to 180 °F (82 °C).
Type
Cartridges and Elements
Ordering Information

Standard Configuration of Profile II Cartridges and Ultipleat Profile Filters


[1]
 
Code Nominal Length, Inches
1 10
2 20
3 30
4 40
 


 
Removal Rating Microns (m) Profile II Element Part Numbers Ultipleat Profile Element Part Numbers
2 R [1] F020SI R [1] FUY020J8SI
4.5   R [1] FUY045J8SI
6.0   R [1] FUY060J8SI
10 R [1] F100SI R [1] FUY100J8SI
20 R [1] F200SI R [1] FUY200J8SI
30   R [1] FUY300J8SI
40   R [1] FUY400J8SI
50   R [1] FUY500J8SI
70   R [1] FUY700J8SI
100   R [1] FUY1000J8SI
 
Specifications and availability: The information provided in this literature was reviewed for accuracy at the time of publication.
Product availability may be subject to change without notice.
For current information, consult your local Pall distributor or contact Pall Corporation directly.
Application
LNG Acid Gas, Midstream Process Water, Refinery Amine Systems, Upstream Injection Water & SRU, Midstream Acid Gas, Midstream Glycol Filtration