1. Wound Cartridge Filter
Constructing this type of depth cartridge filter is firstly by weaving and twisting microfiber together, most likely polypropylene, thereby forming a yarn. The manufacturers then wound this formulated yarn around a core to create a gradient assembly. This structure is usually only prominently efficient when the type and quality of yarn and the manufacturing mechanisms and processes are optimal. Another name for it is the string-wound filter cartridge.
2. Melt Blown Cartridge Filter
These types of filters are also a type of depth cartridge filters. Industries fabricate them from the melt blowing process, which mainly involves melted granules of polymers such as polypropylene, getting extruded from small outlets onto a rotating shaft. When it comes to choosing the right melt blown filters, the factors to watch out for are the contaminant removal rate or efficiency, as well as the functional lifespan of the filter.
3. Air Filter Cartridge
The air filter cartridge can achieve high filtration efficiency for nonviscous dust. Even if the ambient temperature is lower than zero temperature, the filter element can maintain constant filtration capacity. The high mechanical stability of the material ensures the long service life of the filter element. The structure of the dust collector ensures the compatibility of its existing filtration system. PTFE coated filter has the advantages of membrane filtration and rigid body filtration.
4. Pleated Type Cartridge Filter
These types of filters are typically surface-type cartridge filters. However, modernization has brought about the incorporation of thicker media. That implies that these types are efficiently capable of depth and surface filtration. Simply put, pleated filters are filter elements constructed using filter media sheets that have undergone pleating.
5. Sintered Cartridge Filter
This is a depth-type depth of cartridge filter, and in simple terms, they are filter elements that have gone through the sintering process. Sintering is a process where scientists use metallic or polymeric materials in their powdered form to shape a tubular filter element. Sintered filters are usually corrosion resistant and have high temperature and pressure resistance, which reveals their high level of robustness. (Check our “Sintered Metal Cartridge Filter“)
6. Wire Mesh Cartridge Filter
Wire mesh filters refer to a fabrication consisting of grids that materialize because of accurately woven wires in shute direction with small spacing between crossing wires. These filters exhibit this grid pattern in single or multiple layers. During usage, fluid in need of filtration tries to navigate through the convoluted route of the filter element, and there is an obstruction for any suspending solid. It is, however, essential to note that when grids such as these undergo pleating, it results in the advantage of a larger surface area.