Filter Elements & Housings

Filter Elements

Our no-shed culinary steam elements won't shed carbon and offer more filtration surface than carbon tube elements due to their pleated media design.

  • Can be cleaned and reused for significant cost savings over time
  • 99.9% efficient at 2 microns
  • Exceed 3-A requirements
  • Meet PMO specified filtration requirements for culinary steam
  • Rated for use up to 700˚ F with standard gasket


Also available are a variety of process filters for air, gas, liquid and steam applications. Available in the following materials:

  • Borosilicate glass fiber
  • ​316 stainless steel - sintered
  • 304 stainless steel - pleated mesh/fleece

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Filter Housings

We carry process filter housings for sanitary liquid, gas and steam applications as well as housings for tank vents.

  • Stainless steel construction
  • 3-A symbol authorized models available
  • Non-sanitary options also available

Air Filter Housing Assemblies

Custom-built sanitary stainless steel air filter housing assemblies are available in multiple sizes and styles and generally include:
• Stainless steel housing body
• Removable stainless steel cover
• Threaded “L” handles (no tools needed to access filters)
• Housing flange gasket
• Koss 3-A Adjustable Leveling Feet™
• High-efficiency filters meet HEPA standards 

Meet or exceed USDA sanitary standards.
Meet HEPA/MERV standards.

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For further reference ...

More about filters and strainers

Filters remove fine particles or even microbials from a liquid or gas and include a disposable woven or non-woven “sock” or filter cartridge. (Think of this process as similar to your coffee maker filtering coffee grounds.) Microns or micrometers are the typical measurements used in filtering. Our no-shed culinary steam elements feature a fibrous stainless steel material that exceeds 3-A requirements and is 99.9% efficient at 2 microns.

Strainers are a type of filter which use perforated tubes, screen mesh or wedge wire baskets to remove larger particles from a process stream. (Think of this process as similar to using a colander for draining pasta.) Mesh is the typical measurement used in straining. 

Filters and strainers can be used individually or together to remove particles from a process stream. They are ideal for the dairy, food, beverage, pharmaceutical, cosmetics and similar sanitary industries. 

 

Filters - remove fine particles

Strainers - remove larger particles
Strainers are a type of filter

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