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Filter replacements for a wide range of proprietary OEM products

03 June 2010

The new Filtersoft range of cartridge filters from Hi Line Industries can be supplied for use with a wide range of fluids, including compressed air, gases, process liquids and both hydraulic and lubricating oils. The company is able to cross reference over 147,000 different cartridge filter elements, covering a wide range of filtration products from a large number of suppliers.

The Filtersoft range combines maximum chemical and thermal compatibility, and is available in a wide range of sizes, end cap materials and configurations so that they can be used as drop-in replacements for most filters.

A multi-stage filtration effect, including impaction, direct interception and diffusion is achieved with the ultrafine 100% borosilicate glass microfibers used for the body of the filtration element. The elements are also designed to fit directly into existing filter housings without modifications or the need for special fitting kits, with popular filter element sizes being available from stock.

The proprietary Microflex filter media used in the manufacture of Hi-line products features a tapered-pore structure which ensures 99.99999% particle removal down to 0.01 microns. In many cases, this performance is higher than original equipment specifications and is coupled with high flow rates, good dirt holding potential and low differential pressures to provide long service life.

As well as manufacturing replacement filter cartridges, Hi-line can also supply a range of desiccant and fridge dryers for the treatment of compressed air.

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