Overview

Depth filtration, as it suggests, is the process of filtering through a depth of media. To obtain retention of particles in the depth media, two events occur known as mechanical and absorptive retention.

Commonly Used To Reduce

  • Broad Particle Range
  • Dirt
  • Grit
  • Organic Solids
  • Rust Particles
  • Sand

SPECTRUM TruDepth Spun Economic

TruDepth Economic spun cartridges from SPECTRUM are one of 4 cartridges available in the TruDepth range, alongside the Premier, Standard and High Efficiency cartridges. Each a different grade to match the wide variety of liquid applications where a broad range of particles are to be removed.

SPECTRUM TruDepth Standard Spun-Bonded Cartridge

TruDepth Standard spun cartridges from SPECTRUM are one of 4 cartridges available in the TruDepth range, alongside the Economic, Premier and High Efficiency cartridges. Each a different grade to match the wide variety of liquid applications where a broad range of particles are to be removed.

SPECTRUM TruDepth Premier Spun-Bonded Cartridge

TruDepth Premier spun cartridges from SPECTRUM are one of 4 cartridges available in the TruDepth range, alongside the Economic, Standard and High Efficiency cartridges. Each a different grade to match the wide variety of liquid applications where a broad range of particles are to be removed.

SPECTRUM String Wound Polypropylene Cartridge

The SPECTRUM Wound range is offered in three medias with a wide span of micron ratings (0.5 to 150), offering cost effective particulate ­filtration with a tried and tested history to prove it.

SPECTRUM Wound Cotton Cartridge

Cotton – used principally where polypropylene is incompatible with the filtrate, the bleached cotton of the SPECTRUM Wound, which meets FDA standards, is specifically designed for water and food applications, with its 304-stainless steel core ensuring high temperature capabilities.

SPECTRUM Premier Pleat PTFE

Glass Fibre – the primary advantage of glass-fi­bre is its ability to withstand high temperatures. Up to 400°C can be achieved with its stainless-steel core, often making it the sole choice for high temperature applications. Similarly, when ­filtering oxidizing agents, glass ­fibre is the only economic cartridge with excellent chemical compatibility.