MicroVantage™ MPN Series

High Efficiency Pleated Polypropylene Filter Cartridges – 99.98% Efficiency

MPN

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  • Absolute-Rated Beta 10 (99.98%) retention efficiency
  • 5.6 square feet (0.52 m2) of media surface area per 10” length
  • High throughput and particle retention
  • Optimal performance and value
  • 100% polypropylene construction offers wide range of chemical compatibility
  • Rigid, molded cage provides greater structural integrity
  • Gradient, fixed pore structure increases dirt-holding capacity and resists unloading under high differential pressure
  • Manufactured in state-of-the-art white room for high purity
  • Complies with Food & Drug Administration’s CFR criteria for food & beverage contact
  • Meets USP Class VI Biological Test for plastics
  • Various end cap configurations available to fit existing housings
  • Produced in continuous lengths up to 40 inches

Applications

RO Prefilters
Process Water
Plating Solutions
Chemicals
Water & Wastewater
Food & Beverage
Bottled Water
Microelectronics
Paint/Inks
Cosmetics

Specifications and Operating Parameters

Pore Sizes 0.2, 0.5, 1, 3, 5, 10, 25, 50 micronsNominal Lengths 9.75″ (24.7 cm), 10″ (25.4 cm), 20″ (50.8 cm),
30″ (76.2 cm), 40″ (101.6 cm)Outside Diameter 2.67″ (6.78 cm)Inside Diameter 1.0″ (2.54 cm)Media Surface Area 5.6 sq. ft. (0.52 m2) per ten inches in length

Gaskets/O-rings

Silicone, Buna N, EPR, Viton, Teflon Encapsulated Viton
(O-rings only)

Materials of Construction

Filter Media:
Outer Cage / Core / End Caps:

Polypropylene
Polypropylene

Maximum Operating Temperature 176°F ( 80°C)Recommended Change-out Differential Pressure35 psid (2.4 bar)Maximum Differential (Collapse) Pressure

75 psid @ 70°F (5.2 bar @21°C), 40 psid @176°F (2.8 bar @ 80°C)

Sanitization and Sterilization

Hot water at 175°F (80°C) at 5 psid for 30 minutes
In-line steam at 257°F (125°C) @ 1 psid (0.07 bar) for 30 minutes
Autoclavable at 257°F (125°C) for 30 minutes

FDA and USP Compliance

All filters are manufactured of virgin polypropylene materials.
All materials comply with FDA requirements for food contact per
CFR Title 21 174.5, 177.1520 and 177.1630. All Components meet
USP Class VI Plastics biological reactivity tests.