Purolator high pressure filters are designed and tested to withstand pressures up to 6,000 psi (414 bar) and flow rates up to 150 gpm. Temperature range: -65° F to 300° F Options include port & drain thread sizes, and differential pressure indicators & switches. Filter elements are available in Microfil® III and Hi-Collapse Microfil® III media (1, 3, 6, 12, 20, and 25 micron absolute), Micropleaf® media (5, 10, 20, and 40 micron nominal), and Poromesh® media (2, 5, 10, 20, and 40 micron nominal).
Purolator medium pressure filters are designed and tested to withstand pressures up to 3,000 psi (205 bar) and flow rates from . 75 gpm to 12 gpm. Temperature range: -65° F to 300° F. Options include bypass valves and element collapse pressures. Filter elements are available in Microfil® III and Hi-Collapse Microfil® III media (1, 3, 6, 12, 20, and 25 micron absolute), Micropleat® media (5, 10, 20, and 40 microns nominal), and Poromesh® media (2, 5, 10, 20 and 40 micron nominal).
Heads are anodized aluminum barstock, bowls are anodized, impact extruded aluminum.
For more detailed information, request bulletin #410S-5/01-2K.
250 Series Tank Top Filter. Maximum operating pressure 100 psi. Cast aluminum housing. Options include port location and threads and bypass valve settings. Filter elements are available in Microffl® HI media (1, 3, 6, 12, 20 and 25 microns absolute), and Microplear* media (5, 10, 20, and 40 microns nominal). For detailed information, request bulletin #250S-5/01-2K.
Purolator invented the spin-on filter and continues to lead the industry today. Our industrial spin-on filters are designed to provide superior filtration performance and convenience. They will fit most existing spin-on heads and are readily interchangeable with most competitive filters. We also offer a full range of die-cast aluminum heads and gauges.
Note: Spin-on elements are shown with spin-on heads which are available separately.
Purolator offers a full line of hydraulic reservoir breathers and filler breathers. These products filter the air which breathes into and out of the reservoir, helping to maintain hydraulic fluid purity. For detailed information, request bulletin #FB-5/01-2K.
Purolator suction strainers are used as coarse filtration on the suction inlet of the hydraulic pump. They are made of die-cast aluminum endcaps, plated steel cores, and stainless steel filtration mesh. Options include mesh size, length, threads, diameter, and bypass valves. For detailed information, request bulletin #SS-5/01-2K.
The Purolator filter cart is designed for use in transferring and filtering hydraulic and lube oils at a flow rate of 6.5 gpm. Typical applications include the removal of particulate and water from contaminated hydraulic reservoirs, and the filtration of bulk oil prior to the transfer into hydraulic reservoirs. The filter cart has two filter stages to remove coarse contaminant and fine particulate and water to "polish" the oil in your hydraulic system. The filter cart comes with 10-foot inlet and outlet hoses and a 2 5-foot retractable power cord for 115V, 20 amp service.
Purolator filter carts are ideal for use in industrial plants and other applications where their portability and efficiency are desirable. For more detailed ...
Purolator's fluid analysis service is the most economical way to monitor fluid cleanliness to verify that contamination control objectives are being met. Each Purolator fluid analysis kit contains a superclean 125 ml oil sample bottle, a mailable packing container, and complete sampling instructions. The fluid analysis results are sent to both the customer and your Purolator representative who assists in recommending the appropriate filtration solution. For more detailed information, request bulletin #FA-5/01-2K.