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PSE Cartridge W

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In order to meet strict contamination control requirements for ultra-pure water, polysulfone membranes have been employed because they are excellent high-polymer separation membranes.
The lineup includes membrane pore sizes of 0.1 µm, 0.2 µm, 0.45 µm, 0.8 µm, and 1.2 µm.

Specifications

Table of Performance Characteristics

Item

Unit

Performance

Remarks

Pore size

µm

0.1

0.2

0.45

0.8

1.2

 

Size

Length

mm

-

*1

Outer diameter

mm

70

 

Inner diameter

mm

26

G type

Maximum
differential
pressure

25℃

MPa

0.54 (Positive pressure)

 

25℃

0.34 (Negative pressure)

*2

70℃

0.29 (Positive pressure)

 

70℃

0.20 (Negative pressure)

*2

Heat resistance

MAX℃

90

*3

Applicable range of pH used

 

Support material: PP 1 - 14
Support material: Polyester 1 - 13

*4

  • *1 Refer to the “Sizes” table.
  • *2 Do not let backflow occur except for instantaneous Negative pressure being applied.
  • *3 70℃ is applicable to G type Double & Triple products.
    Because hot water may deteriorate the parts if used for a long period of time, prior checks should be carried out.
  • *4 In the case of using the cartridge for chemical fluid filtration, prior evaluation should be carried out under the planned conditions of use.

Size

Type

Single (1-stage) type

Double (2-stage) type

Triple (3-stage) type

Shape

G type

M type

P type

Q type

G type

M type

P type

G type

M type

P type

Dimension
(mm)

Length
(without packing)

244

257

313

245

496

509

565

748

761

817

Length
(with packing)

252

-

-

-

504

-

-

756

-

-

Structure and materials

A polysulfone membrane and 2 layers of pre-filter supports are pleated together and integrally molded by thermal fusion bonding. (Example: G type)

Initial cleaning and specific resistivity recovery

Water flow differential pressure

Abbreviated product name

Chemical resistance

The following data have been obtained by checking the filtration performance after 24-hour immersion testing at normal temperature. Please check the chemical compatibility under your conditions before use.

Ο - Compatible, × - Incompatible

Classification

Chemical name

Result 
(support material: PP)

Result 
(support material: Polyester)

Hydrocarbon

Benzene

×

×

Halogenated hydrocarbon

Trichloroethylene

×

×

Ether

Ethyl ether

×

×

Glycol

Propylene glycol

Ο

Ο

Alcohol

Methanol

Ο

Ο

Ethanol

Ο

Ο

lsopropanol

Ο

Ο

Benzyl alcohol

×

×

Ketone

Acetone

×

×

Ester

Ethyl acetate

×

×

Others

Nitric acid 
(6 mol/L)

Ο

×

Sulfuric acid 
(3 mol/L)

Ο

Ο

Hydrochloric acid 
(6 mol/L)

Ο

Ο

Sodium hydroxide 
(6 mol/L)

Ο

×

Aqueous ammonia 
(1 mol/L)

Ο

Ο

Shape

The lineup has 7 shapes — G, M, P, MP etc. — with different sealing mechanisms.

Sterilization treatment

The cartridge can be repeatedly sterilized. Sterilization should be carried out at regular intervals to ensure reliable removal of microorganisms and to maintain filtration performance.

Hot water sterilization

90℃

Chemical sterilization
  • Hydrogen peroxide solution: 5%

  • Formalin: 1%

  • Sodium hypochlorite: 10 ppm (chlorine water)