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Porous metal elements for lower pressure gas and liquid filtration

Mott Corporation : 18 April, 2011  (New Product)
Mott has added the 7710 Series Filters to its family of HyPulse HyLine Filter products. The new 7710 Series Filters are designed to accommodate lower pressure liquid and gas filtration applications at a value price point. Porous metal elements for this model are 10in long, 316L stainless steel cartridges in either a double open ended or 1in NPT connection configuration. The 316 stainless steel housing comes standard with a Buna N housing seal to provide strength and dependability. Other seals and
The 7710 Series Filters are designed for maximum operating pressures of 300 psi (housing) and include a 1/4in NPT housing drain, 1/4in NPT gauge ports and 1in FNPT line connections. Outside-In filter area is 0.54 sq.ft. Each porous metal filter element is 100% leak tested to bubble point.

Applications for this filter include liquid / steam / air / gases process filtration, sampling filtration, polishing filtration and pilot or test filtration (feasibility, filterability, efficiency, backwash capability, cake characterization, and pre-coat performance).

Mott Corporation has been providing engineered solutions through the use of porous metal for filtration applications since 1959. Applications and processes are enhanced through the use of porous metal because it is cleanable, durable, and has uniform porosity. The unique nature of the porous structures coupled with the characteristics of metal alloys such as high strength, high temperature and corrosion resistance also make Mott materials ideally suited for extreme applications.
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