Factory Direct Pipeline Products, Inc.
145 State Route 94
Blairstown, New Jersey 07825 U.S.A.
office (908) 362-9981 fax (908) 362-5631
|A cylindrical stainless steel housing (1) contains a filter screen, (2) Unfiltered liquids enter the inlet (3). Solids are deposited on the interior surface of the filtration screen and filtered fluid exits at the outlet (4). The cleaning disc directs the contaminant to the bottom of the housing (6) and out of the flow path (7).|
There are several advantages to this system:
The cleaning disc stroke is adjustable and can therefore frequently remove material from the surface of the strainer cartridge, helping to keep your differential pressure to a minimum without flow interruption.
Works equally well for water-like fluids, slurries and viscous fluids that tend to "bridge".
The purge volume is relatively low, minimizing product waste.
Very few moving parts and wear items equates to long term reliability and low cost of ownership.
The cleaning disc is pneumatically or electrically actuated and we offer designs for both thin and viscous fluids. The discs themselves are either attached to a moving shaft having dynamic shaft seals or with a patented magnetically coupled design which eliminates external shaft and drive seals.
Use the navigation bar or click within the chart below to learn more about DCF, MCF and MCS filters and strainers.
|≤ 20 GPM||≤ 60 GPM||≤ 200 GPM||≤ 200 GPM
|≤ 200 GPM
|≤ 1500 GPM
|≤ 1500 GPM||≤ 12,000 GPM|
|• Eliminate disposable filter media such||• Reduced disposal costs, material loss, labor, exposure and inventory|
|• Linear down and up cleaning motion||• Provides constant low differential pressure|
|• Uninterrupted product flow during cleaning||• Process consistency|
|• Compact footprint||• Retrofits to most existing pipelines|
|• For use with a wide range of contaminate types, including gels.|