Elements ( Cartridges )
Filtration is the technology of purifying solids, liquids and gases. Parker filtration systems and products ensure optimal performance for applications in industrial, mobile and marine markets.
Filter Separator Elements
We recommends cartridges in filter-separators. The technology cartridge is a great choice for removing deformable and shear-sensitive contaminants typically found in natural gas applications. The rigid structure maintains an open porosity and permeability, while the tortuous flow path increases the probability for contaminants to impact filter fibers.
Dry Gas Elements
Dry gas filters add the flexibility of using a variety of filter cartridges to yield optimum economics and maximum performance under nearly any service condition. Design is available in all major codes and certifications.
Gas Coalescer Elements
Recommends cartridges with Saturated Depth Coalescing technology. This technology is extremely different than pleated products which have to be tight to screen down to 0.3 micron and shed the coalesced liquids off quickly to prevent high differential pressure. Saturated Depth Coalescing provides a gradient depth structure with high porosity and permeability for the coalesced liquids to collect and saturate the cartridge without building up a high differential pressure or having to drain too quickly.
Liquid Filter Element
Available in depth or pleated styles with various material choices for best contaminant removal selection.
High performance, enhanced multi-layered media/screen pleated cartridge options for maximum contaminant loading and service life
Cartridges utilize Gradient Optimized Liquid Depth technology which forces the liquid stream in a tortuous flow path through not one, but two depth media tubes with a shock zone between, changing the annular velocity of the fluid allowing for maximum contaminant removal.
Liquid Coalescer Element
Liquid/Liquid Phase Coalescers have provided years of trouble-free service in refineries, production fields and plants around the world. Our process engineers have combined scientific principles and proven separation techniques to perform the coalescence and separation between two immiscible liquids with different densities. Design is in accordance with all major design codes and certifications. Units are available for flow rates up to 4,350 gpm.
Liquid Carbon Elements
Loose activated carbon and non-activated support carbon for fixed bed style housings.
At the heart of technology cartridges is a porous, extruded block of activated carbon. This form of activated carbon maximizes hydrocarbon removal efficiency and limits carbon fines into the amine or glycol stream. The carbon block is encased in a specially designed sleeve that has been optimized for service in treating solvents. The sleeve filters particulate and absorbs hydrocarbons, extending the on-stream life of the carbon block it encases.
Activated carbon bound in a canister form is a safe, easy to manage, and economical way to effectively remove dissolved impurities from process streams such as amine and glycol systems. Uses the highest quality activated carbon making sure that high efficiency adsorption is achieved.
Gas Separator/Coalescer Element
We recommends The PEACH® Gemini PuraSep® uses the unique, patented PEACH® Gemini cartridge technology from PECO product for advanced technology. PGC cartridges are rigid enough to withstand abrasion and heavy liquids, yet maintain porosity and permeability for lower differential pressure and extended contaminant removal capacity. PGC cartridges also provide a tortuous (axial, radial and helical) flow path for the wet gas to take through the depth of the media, increasing the probability for contaminant particles to impact fibers and be captured throughout the depth of the media. The PGC cartridge uses the concept of Saturated Depth Coalescing™ to provide an open 3-D depth matrix structure which allows liquids to saturate the media depth and grow to fullest potential, then drain with gravity when the droplet is ready, all while maintaining a low differential pressure.