RJMPES Polyethersulfone Pleated Membrane Filter Cartridges

  • Absolute filtration rating
  • Long service life
  • Both Economic and Premium PES Membrane options
  • Non-shedding membrane

The Baleen Max F.E. RJMPES filter cartridges are constructed with Sulfonated Polyethersulfone (PES) pleated membrane filtration media offered in both economical and premium options. The symmetrical pleated design combined with our membrane technology brings a large surface filtration area of 8.08 ft.² per 10” cartridge, (0.75 m² per 10” cartridge), with a superior retention efficiency. The Polyethersulfone (PES) media is a non-shedding material that we offer in absolute fixed pore ratings of 0.1µ, 0.2µ, 0.45µ, 0.65µ, and 1µ for excellent capabilities in particle removal and bacteria retention. With thermally welded Polypropylene (PP) cores and end caps to promote a wider array of compatibilities while working to prevent any contamination of treated liquid.

Applications

The RJMPES pleated membrane products have a wide array of applications including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Pharmaceutical Final Filtration
  • Food and Beverage
  • Drinking Water Filtration
  • Sanitation and Sterilization
  • Chemical Sanitation

End Caps

 

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Specifications

Dimensions

Outside Diameter (OD): 2.7” (70mm)
Inner Diameter (ID): 1.18” (30mm)
Lengths: 10” (254mm), 20” (508mm), 30” (762mm), 40” (1013mm)

Material

Media: Pleated Sulfonated Polyethersulfone (PES) Membrane
Core: Strength Polypropylene (PP), 304 Stainless Steel, 316 Stainless Steel
Cage and End Caps: Strength Polypropylene (PP)
Seal Materials (O-rings): Silicon, EDPM, Buna, Viton

Performance

Filtration Media Surface Area: 8.08 ft.² per 10” cartridge (0.75 m² per 250mm cartridge)
Micron Rating: (Absolute) - 0.1µ, 0.2µ, 0.45µ, 0.65µ, 1µ
Max Operating Differential Pressure: 4.2 bar @ 77°F (25°C)
Max Operating Temperature: 176°F (80°C)
Sterilization (Process, Time, and Temperature): 20 times, 30 minute cycles @ 248°F (120°C)

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