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MBP - Fulflo® MegaBond Plus™ Cartridge General Cartridges

Depth Cartridges with high dirt holding capacity & absolute rated filtration efficiency. Fulflo® MegaBond Plus™ are absolute rated depth cartridges. Using a new innovative manufacturing process, the MBP has higher dirt holding capacities offering long service life and without contaminant migration. The MBP has a fixed core inner structure of thermally bonded continuous microfine polypropylene fibers. The outer layer fixed pore structure has been modified to maximize the graded density surface area to enhance dirt holding capacity. Fulflo® MegaBond Plus™ cartridges are available in absolute (ß = 5000) ratings of 1µm, 3µm, 5µm, 10µm, 15µm, 20µm, 30µm, 40µm, 70µm, 90µm and 120µm. Typical applications include photographics, high technology coatings, DI water, plating solutions, chemical processing and membrane prefiltration.

Features

  • Microfine, thermally bonded fiber construction provides superior filtration and often eliminates the need for circulation to achieve product clarity
  • Unique outer graded density structure increases dirt holding capacity
  • All materials of construction are FDA listed
  • High dirt holding capacity & absolute rated filtration efficiency

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Specifications

microfine, thermally bonded fiber construction provides superior filtration and often eliminates the need for circulation to achieve product clarity
non-fiber-releasing, continuous fiber matrix prevents media migration and ensures consistent production yields and overall quality filtration performance
no surfactants or binders are present to interrupt product quality or cause foaming
double open-end cartridges have polyolefin gaskets thermally bonded to both ends eliminating fluid bypass between the cartridge and the vessel seal
superior inter-layer bonding eliminates contaminant unloading and channeling
unique outer graded density structure increases dirt holding capacity
polypropylene fiber provides broad chemical compatibility for a variety of applications
all materials of construction are FDA listed as acceptable for potable and edible liquid contact according to CFR Title 21
pore size differentiation is achieved using fibers of differing diameters and maintaining uniform density throughout the cartridge
pore sizes do not change as DP increases during service, providing consistent particle retention