Coralon Filter Elements

With Pall’s Coralon™ filter elements, protecting fluid systems has never been easier! 

A simple and risk-free upgrade that does not require any adapters or special tools and is directly interchangeable with the current Ultipor® filter installations, Coralon filters are the ideal solution for those looking to achieve optimum performance and yield at lesser costs.

Benefits of switching to Coralon filter elements:

  • Upgraded filtration with Stress Resistant Media Technology (SRT) at no extra cost
  • Proven improved performance, irrespective of age or condition
  • Reduced equipment operating costs
  • Fluid and temperature compatibility
  • Optimum performance in equipment protection; increase equipment output
  • Anti-static, greatly reducing static charge build-up
  • Cost reduction of up to 20%
  • These oil filter elements produce up to 15x cleaner fluids and have 16x more consistent performance throughout the filter’s service life.
Coralon Filter Elements

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64/05002117/33 ELEMENT

Product ID: 64/05002117/33
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1

HCYL-09060FAS18, UltiporSRT element

Product ID: HCYL09060FAS18
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HCYL0906
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
12 µm
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Coralon Anti-Static Glass Fiber 12µm Fluorocarbon Seal 36in 91.44cm length

Product ID: HC2618FAS36Z
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC2618
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
12 µm
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$ 358.27

HC8904FAS16H

Product ID: HC8904FAS16H
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC8904
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
12 µm
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HC9400FAS26H ELEMENT

Product ID: HC9400FAS26H
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC9400
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
12 µm
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HCYL-10FAX400FCS18H ELEMENT

Product ID: HCYL10FAX400FCS18H
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HCYL10
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
12 µm
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Coralon Anti-Static Glass Fiber 22µm Fluorocarbon Seal 28in 71.12cm length

Product ID: HC2289FMT28Z
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC2289
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
22 µm
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$ 3,160.29

Coralon Anti-Static Glass Fiber 22µm Fluorocarbon Seal 36in 91.44cm length

Product ID: HC2618FAT36Z
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC2618
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
22 µm
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$ 346.89

HC8900FAT26H ELEMENT

Product ID: HC8900FAT26H
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC8900
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
22 µm
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$ 718.93

Coralon Anti-Static Glass Fiber 22µm Nitrile Seal 8in 20.32cm length

Product ID: HC2288FMT8H
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
Yes
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC2288
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
22 µm
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$ 924.04

Element Coralon HC4901FCS10H

Product ID: HC4901FCS10H
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
No
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Element Series
HC4901
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
12 µm
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HCYH01E360FCS12HE

Product ID: HCYH01E360FCS12HE
Unit of Measure
1/EA
Min Order Qty
1
Anti-Static
No
Beta Rating
BETA 1000
Family
Coralon
Filter Media
Glass Fiber
Filter Removal Rating (μm)
12 µm
Nominal Length (Imperial)
12 in
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Documents

Coralon Documents

  • Coralon Datasheet

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  • Coralon Validation Guide

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  • Coralon Competitor Analysis Summary

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Description

Why Choose Pall’s Coralon Filter Elements?

 

Overcoming the challenges faced in lube and hydraulic fluid applications, Pall’s Coralon filters provide an easy and advanced upgrade in oil filter media. These filter elements deliver improved and consistent performance that protects fluid systems while producing up to 15x cleaner fluids, and returning up to 20% savings in overall filtration costs.

 

Pall’s Coralon (anti-static)  hydraulic oil filter elements provide:

  • Consistent, high particle capture efficiency (high dirt-holding capacity)
  • Low pressure drop for small envelop size and longer life
  • Added benefit of significantly reduced static charge generation
  • Optimum performance even under system stresses throughout the duration of the filter life, and;
  • Production of consistently cleaner liquid

 

Overall, there is no drop in filter performance or efficiency, until the filter is blocked. And when the filter gets blocked, it indicates that the contaminants are in the filter rather than in the machines, all of which add up to improved equipment performance and longevity.

 

Coralon anti-static filters also eliminate problems related to electrostatic charging and its effects, such as:

  • Noise, sparking, component and filter damage
  • Varnish formation
  • Charge generated by housings and pipes
  • Excess electrostatic charge created by standard glass and paper media.

 

 

Advanced Filter Element Design

 

Coralon filter elements incorporate Pall’s advanced filter medium pack construction that benefits from Stress-Resistant filter medium Technology (SRT) along with,

  • blended layers of fiberglass
  • optimized construction for low differential pressure and stress resistance
  • tapered pore construction
  • uniform pore size control layer and
  • epoxy resin bonded fiber structure.

 

 

Coralon Filter Performance

 

The effectiveness of a filter in an operating system reduces due to conditions such as varying flow, cold starts, shock and vibration. 

The Cyclic Stabilization Test (based on SAE ARP4205) examines the effects of cyclic flow conditions and the potentiality of the capture and retention characteristics of the filter in retaining dirt and contaminants. The result showed an improved filter performance reporting method, that simply tells the user via ISO Codes, the level of contamination control that can be maintained throughout the filter’s service life. *

 

A critical measure of a filter’s performance is its ability to sustain fluid cleanliness throughout its service life. Only Coralon filters have proven to produce sustained fluid cleanliness over the filter’s full life, compared to Ultipor® filters.

 

 

Measuring Filter Performance - the Cyclic Stabilization Test (based on SAE ARP4205):

 

Conditions such as varying flow, cold starts, shock and vibration can potentially reduce the effectiveness of a filter in an operating system.

 

The Cyclic Stabilization Test examines the effects of cyclic flow conditions and dirt loading on the capture and retention characteristics of the filter. The result is an improved filter performance reporting method that simply tells the user via ISO Codes (see Table 1) the level of contamination control that can be maintained throughout the filter’s service life.

 

Filter Performance Ratings

Coralon Filter Grade
ßx(c) ≥ 1000 per ISO 16889
ISO Code Rating per Stress- Resistance Test (80% Δp )*
AP
5
12/09/07
AN
7
14/11/06
AS
12
15/11/06
AT
22
16/14/08

*Based on 60 psid terminal pressure drop

 

Coralon Anti-Static Filter Technology

 

Designing filter elements has traditionally been a question of balance. Make a filter finer and more efficient and you have to sacrifice clean pressure drop and/or service life. Today, with the higher flow rates being put through filter elements, static charging/discharging has become more prevalent and can lead to significant operational problems.

 

Coralon anti-static filter elements provide consistent, high particle capture efficiency, low pressure drop and high dirt holding capacity coupled with the added benefit of significantly reducing static charge generation.

 

Average charge generation in turbine lube oil (currant, nA)

Sample description
No heat exposure
After 149°C (300°F) for 1 hour
Standard glass fiber material
620 +/- 100
1200 +/- 200
Surface modified standard glass fiber material
250 +/- 40
490 +/- 70
Coralon Anti-static Material
80 +/- 20
80 +/- 20

 

Electrostatic Charging

  • Electrostatic charging can be a problem in hydraulic and lube systems (Varnish formation)
  • Grounding housings and pipes does not reduce the charge generated
  • Standard glass and paper media can create electrostatic charging
  • Anti-static filters substantially reduce charging and its impact on systems (noise, sparking, and component and filter damage)

Product Highlights:

 

  • Pall’s Stress Resistant Media Technology (SRT) filter at no additional cost
  • Produce up to 15x cleaner fluids and get 16x more consistent performance
  • Direct replacement for Ultipor filter elements
  • Significantly reduce static-charge generation 
  • Filter Ratings:
    • Cyclic Stabilization Test (80% Δp ) based on SAE ARP4205
    • ßx(c)≥1000 multi-pass filter ratings (per ISO 16889)

 

While designing filter elements, maintaining a balance between efficiency and clean pressure drop and/or service life has always been a predicament of sorts. Besides, with higher flow rates passing through filter elements, static charging/discharging has become more prevalent and can lead to significant operational problems. 

Specifications

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Pressure Rating: 

  • 10 bard (150 psid) minimum for Coreless Ultipor filter elements (polymer end caps) and for use in filters with bypass
  • 20 bard (300 psid) minimum for Ultipor filter elements (metal end caps and core) and for use in filters with bypass
  • 210 bard (3,045 psid) minimum for Ultipor high strength filter elements (metal end caps and core) and for use in filters without bypass

 

 

Temperature Range:

 

  • Fluorocarbon: -29 °C (-20 °F) to +120 °C (+250 °F)
  • Nitrile: -43 °C (-45 °F) to +120 °C (+250 °F)
  • Note: Maximum 60°C (140°F) in water-based fluids
  • Seals: Fluorocarbon or nitrile
  • Fluid Compatibility: Compatible with petroleum oils, water glycols, water-oil emulsions, and high water-containing fluids.
  • Filter Element Hardware: Cored filters elements - Corrosion protected end caps and core Coreless filters elements - Polymer end caps only.

 

All Coralon filter elements are manufactured by Pall to rigorous procedures and strict quality controls. Elements are validated to the following ISO test protocols:

 

  • Filter Ratings:
    • Cyclic Stabilization Test (80% Δp ) based on SAE ARP4205
    • ßx(c)≥1000 multi-pass filter ratings (per ISO 16889)
  • Element Collapse Pressure Rating (ISO 2941)
  • Fluid Compatibility (ISO 2943)
  • Flow vs. Pressure Drop (ISO 3968)
  • Flow Fatigue (ISO 3724)
  • Fabrication Integrity (ISO 2942)
 

A critical measure of a filter’s performance is its ability to sustain fluid cleanliness throughout its service life.  This graph compares a Coralon 7μm(c) rated filter to an Ultipor III filter and four competitors’ products with equivalent ratings.

 

Only Coralon filters produce sustained fluid cleanliness over the full life of the filter.

Applications

Industrial Applications

Coralon Filters by Pall can be used in the following applications:

 

  • Auto LOH for Stamping, Auto LOH-Filling Lines
  • Mining Equipment Gear Case
  • Mining Equipment Hydraulic Fluid
  • Mining Equipment Lube Oil - on & off board
  • Heavy Hydraulic, Heavy Lubrication, Medium & Light Hydraulic, Medium & Light Lubrication
  • Coolants / Bearing Lubrication
  • Drives Gear Box/ Roll Housing, Forging / Extrusion, Gear Box / Bearing, Gear Box / Morgoil
  • Material Directional Control, Material Handling
  • Non-Contact, Medium & Light Hydraulic, Medium & Light Lubrication

FAQs

1. How effective are Coralon filters in fluid cleanliness?

 

The Coralon filter is consistent in its performance and efficiency throughout the filter life. When tested against other filters in the market, only Coralon filter displayed sustained fluid cleanliness over the service life of the filter. 

The filter can be used till it is blocked by dirt and contaminants, that would have, otherwise, adversely affected the equipment and operations.

 

 

2. In addition to improved performance, what difference will I see?

 

The Coralon Filters upgrade previously used elements of standard medium grades (Z,P,N,S,T). The new elements have a medium code of ‘C’ in place of the existing U,D,K,M,X codes in the current filter element part number.

 

 

3. How easily can Ultipor filters be replaced with Coralon filters?

 

Ultipor filters are easily replaceable with Coralon filters as they have the same fit, form and function. They are directly interchangeable with no adapters or special tooling required, all for the same price.

 

 

4. What are the performance ratings for Coralon filters?

 

The Cyclic Stabilization Test (based on SAE ARP4205) delivers the following performance rating:

Coralon Filter Grade ßx(c) ≥ 1000 per ISO 16889 ISO Code Rating per Stress- Resistance Test (80% Δp )*
CZ 3 10/8/2003
CP 5 12/9/2007
CN 7 14/11/06
CS 12 15/11/06
CT 22 16/14/08
AP 5 12/9/2007
AN 7 14/11/06
AS 12 15/11/06
AT 22 16/14/08

*based on 60 psid terminal pressure drop

 

 

5. Considering advancements in anti-static technology, what are the media charging measurements for Coralon™ filters?

 

This table has a summary of the filter’s media charging measurements.

 

  Average charge generation in turbine lube oil (current, nA)
Sample description No heat exposure After 149°C (300°F) for 1 hour
Standard glass fiber material 620 ± 100 1,200 ± 200
Surface modified standard glass fiber material 250 ± 40 490 ± 70
Coralon Anti-Static material 80 ± 20 80 ± 20

 

 

6. Apart from the Cyclic Stabilization Test, what other procedures are conducted to test Coralon filters?

 

Various procedures are conducted to test the effectiveness of the Coralon filter. Here are some.

 

  • Manufacturer’s rating according to the ISO 16889 standard
  • Beta (Filtration) Ratio (ISO 16889:2008 Multi-pass method for evaluating filtration performance of a filter element)
  • Fluid Cleanliness and Performance Consistency –  filtration capability over service life; particles per ml > 6 µm(c)
  • Clean Pressure Drop (ISO 3968:2001 Evaluation of differential pressure versus flow characteristics)
  • Effective Cost of Filtration– this analysis is based on energy usage assuming that the competitor’s filter delivers the same service life as the Coralon filter and that the competitor’s filter has a customer price 50% of the Coralon filter.
  • Filter Element Construction and Medium Analysis