Air filter bag SPMF

air filter bag
air filter bag
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for air
polypropylene, fiber
welded, absolute


SPMF filter bags are an excellent choice over cartridges for many applications and still offer absolute filtration. A series of different sieve opening layers achieves maximum surface area and longer life exceeding cartridge life substantially. SPMF bags do offer lower operating cost and still maintain the use of existing filter housings without the expense of new capital equipment. All Strainrite SPMF High Efficient bags are totally welded with our proprietary welding techniques to assure no particulate bypass and best cleanliness.Strainrite’s chemically resistant polypropylene flange withstands and responds to increased flow rates and improves over high ranges of pressure, temperatures and microns. The molded (built-in) handles make quick and easy bag removal. Strainrite’s SPMF bags are developed to deliver longer life and absolute filtration. Each inner component is developed specifically to achieve continuous finer filtration inside to out with gradual particulate removal separation. Actual production runs have proven longer life and more effective clarity. 100% polypropylene construction, silicone free all in one easily disposable bag makes filtering very cost affective. Strainrite’s SPMF filter bags give absolute micron filtration and are available in 1A, 5A, 10A and 25 A micron ratings. Our bags replace expensive absolute rated cartridges by reducing filter costs due to bags having substantially more surface area. Standard needle punched felt bags are made from nominally rated media that has a fiber structure that is not as fine a filtration grade as melt blown media used in Strainrite’s SPMF bags.


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