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Quantum P Series Filter Cartridges

Pleated Polypropylene Filter Cartridges

  • Melt blown polypropylene filter medium provides efficient particle removal, high contaminant-holding capacity and wide chemical compatibility
  • Available in retention ratings of 0.25 to 30 micron (μm)
  • Protective netting is color coded for easy identification
  • Small diameter fibers provide high flow rates at low pressure drops
  • Manufactured under an ISO 9001 quality system


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Description

Pleated Polypropylene Filter Cartridges

  • Melt blown polypropylene filter medium provides efficient particle removal, high contaminant-holding capacity and wide chemical compatibility
  • Available in retention ratings of 0.25 to 30 micron (μm)
  • Protective netting is color coded for easy identification
  • Small diameter fibers provide high flow rates at low pressure drops
  • Manufactured under an ISO 9001 quality system
Specifications

Performance Specifications

Filter grades

  • 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 30 μm

Maximum forward differential pressure

  • 4.8 bard (70 psid) @ 20 °C (68 °F)
  • 2.8 bard (40 psid) @ 65 °C (150 °F)

Recommended change-out differential pressure1

  • 2.4 bard (35 psid)

Food and water contact use

  • Please contact Pall Corporation to verify that the product conforms to your national legislation and/or regional regulatory requirements for water and food contact use.

Rinse-up

  • Rinse-up to 18 Megohm-cm with a minimum of throughput.

Product Specifications

Materials of construction

 
Filter media: Melt blown polypropylene
Support material: Polypropylene
Hardware: Polypropylene
Sealing: Thermal bond
Gaskets/O-rings: Silicone elastomer (standard), nitrile, hydrocarbon rubber, white silicone, fluorocarbon elastomer, expanded PTFE, FEP encapsulated silicone
 

Dimensions (nominal)

 
Outside diameter: 6.4 cm (2.5 in.)
Lengths: 24.8 cm (9.75 in.), 25.4 cm (10 in.), 49.5 cm (19.5 in.), 50.8 cm (20 in.), 68.6 cm (27 in.), 74.3 cm (29.25 in.), 76.2 cm (30 in.), 100.3 cm (39.5 in.), 102 cm (40 in.)
 

Color Code Chart For Quantum P Series Filters

 
Cartridge Designation Filter Grade Netting Color
002 0.25 Yellow
005 0.5 White
010 1 Green
020 2 White with orange swatch
030 3 Orange
050 5 Blue
100 10 Red
300 30 Purple
 
1 Provided that the maximum differential pressure is not exceeded based on temperature limits defined above.
Performance

Liquid Retention Ratings (μm) (by ASTM F-795 Test)

 
Cartridge Designation 90% Efficiency >99.9% Efficiency
QMPT 002 0.25 1
QMPT 005 0.5 1.2
QMPT 010 1 2.5
QMPT 020 2 5
QMPT 030 3 7
QMPT 050 5 12
QMPT 100 10 15
QMPT 300 30 40
 
Quantum P Series filter cartridges have been extensively laboratory and field tested to determine removal efficiencies in the most stringent of operating conditions. Removal efficiencies provided are initial efficiencies.

The particle removal data given below was obtained from laboratory tests using dilute aqueous suspensions of AC Fine Test Dust at a flow of 9.5 lpm/25.4 cm (2.5 gpm/10 in) element at a temperature of 20°C (68°F). The removal efficiencies were determined with an electronic particle counter, and the values given represent the minimum efficiencies obtained. The removal rating of any filtration device will be influenced by the nature of the fluid, its viscosity, flow rate, type of contaminant, and temperature. Consult your local representative for more information regarding Pall's test procedures.

Typical Flow vs. Differential Pressure for Application Sizing

Typical Flow vs. Differential Pressure for Application Sizing
Unit conversion: 1 bar = 100 kPa

Flow rate is for a 25.4 cm (10 in) cartridge. For liquids other than water, multiply differential pressure by fluid viscosity (cP).
Type
Cartridges and Elements
Use
Filtration
Ordering Information
Pall Part Number = QMPT [1] – [2] U [3] – [4] – [5]

Table 1

 
Code Filter grades (μm)
002 0.25
005 0.5
010 1
020 2
030 3
050 5
100 10
300 30
 

Table 2

 
Code Cartridge lengths (cm / in.) nominal
975 24.8/9.75
100 25.4/10
195 49.5/19.5
200 50.8/20
270 68.6/27
292 74.3/29.25
300 76.2/30
395 100.3/39.5
400 102/40
 

Table 3

 
Code Gasket/O-ring materials
S Silicone (standard O-rings)
N Nitrile (standard gaskets)
V Fluorocarbon elastomer
E Hydrocarbon rubber
M White silicone (222 O-rings)
T FEP encapsulated silicone (O-rings)
T Expanded PTFE (gaskets)
 

Table 4

 
Code End configurations
Blank DOE with elastomer gasket seals and end caps
1X DOE, 2.54 cm (1in) extended core
M2 SOE flat closed end, fits housings with 020 O-ring post
M3 SOE flat closed end, external 222 O-rings (retrofits other manufacturers’ Code 0)2
M3H SOE large diameter closed end, external 222 O-rings
M4 SOE fin end, external 222 O-rings with locking tabs
M5 DOE, internal 120 O-rings (retrofits 213 O-ring style)2
M6 SOE flat closed end, external 226 O-rings (retrofits other manufacturers’ Code 6)2
M7 SOE fin end, external 226 O-rings (retrofits other manufacturers’ Code 7)2
M8 SOE fin end, external 222 O-rings (retrofits other manufacturers’ Code 5)2
M10 DOE, internal O-rings (fits other manufacturers’ housings)2
M20 SOE, internal O-ring (same as M10), closed end with deep recess
 
2 For details, contact Pall Corporation.

Table 5

 
Code Bubble test option
Blank No bubble test
B 100% bubble test
 
Application
LNG Acid Gas, Midstream Process Water, Refinery Amine Systems, Upstream Injection Water & SRU, Midstream Acid Gas, Midstream Glycol Filtration
Segment
Midstream
Refinery
Upstream