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Pump-and-Filter Systems Provide Continuous Particle Removal

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Serfilco’s HM pleated filtration systems are designed for high flow and high turnover rates for continuous particle removal.

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Serfilco’s HM pleated filtration systems are designed for high flow and high turnover rates for continuous particle removal. Ranging in flows from 1,200 to 2,800 gph, they are well-suited for use in small to medium-size tank production in GMF, POP, electronics, painting and anodizing industries.

The compact systems feature non-metallic, sealless, magnetic-coupled pumps for solution containment and reliable performance, and filter chambers constructed of high-temperature polypropylene to ensure chemical and temperature compatibility in a range of applications.

The standard chamber accepts one 6" pleated cartridge or four double-open-end (DOE) cartridges, depending on the application. The 6" pleated polypropylene cartridge includes a double O-ring endcap and single-open-end design to ensure no bypass. HM systems also can be fitted with a bypass purification chamber that includes a reusable canister to remove organic impurities from plating baths and other solutions.

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