GHPS-series high purity polysulfone filter cartridges offer exceptional flowrate and loading capability by virtue of its highly asymmetrical pore structure.
It’s a preferred choice in applications requiring the efficiency of a membrane but where a longer service life is important. Its hydrophilic nature allows immediate wet-out and optimizes the utility of the membrane surface area. Manufactured in a high-purity, thermally-bonded construction for cleanliness and broad compatibility, the optional post-rinse feature provides a cartridge with quick rinse-up to 18 megaohms.
*All data is based on absolute rated medias. Nominally rated medias will result in a pressure drop reduction of approximately 10%.
- Deionized Water Systems
- General-Use Water Filtration
- Liquid Clarification
- Recirculating Fluids
- Chemical Filtration
- Membrane: Polysulfone
- Support Media: Polypropylene
- End Caps: Polypropylene
- Center Core: Polypropylene
- Outer Support Cage: Polypropylene
- O-Rings/Gaskets: Buna, EPDM, Silicone, Teflon® Encapsulated Viton®, Viton®, Teflon® Encapsulated Silicone
- Change Out ΔP (recommended): 35 PSID
- Temperature (max): 176˚F (80˚C)
- Differential Pressure (max): 50 PSID (3.4 bar) at 68˚F (20˚C)
- Length: 10 to 40 inches (25.4 to 101.6 cm) nominal
- Outside Diameter: 2.70 inches (7.0 cm) nominal
- Filter Hot Water: 80˚C for 30 min
Steam Sterilization: 121˚C for 30 min., multiple cycles
Chemicals: Cartridges are compatible with most chemical sanitizing agents.
Note: Stainless steel insert option required for all cartridges being hot water sanitized or steam sterilized
- All polypropylene components meet the specifications for biological safety per USP Class VI – 121˚C for plastics.
Food Safety Compliance
Materials of construction comply with FDA regulations for food and beverage contact use as detailed in the US Code of Federal Regulations, 21CFR. Materials used to produce filter media and hardware are deemed safe for use in contact with foodstuffs in accordance with EU Directives 2002/72/EC, 1935/2004, and/or 10/2011.