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Filters Bag Type Filters, Process Industry, Water Filters, Pulsation Filter, Fluid Power Hydraulic, Automotive, Wire Mesh and Strainers, Pleated Paper Element

Bag Type Filters
Bag Type Filters Bag Type Filters

Process Industry
Process Industry Process Industry

Water Filters
Water Filters Water Filters

Pulsation Filter
Pulsation Filter Pulsation Filter

Fluid Power Hydraulic
Fluid Power Hydraulic Fluid Power Hydraulic

Automotive Automotive

Wire Mesh and Strainers
Wire Mesh and Strainers Wire Mesh and Strainers

Pleated Paper Element
Pleated Paper Element Pleated Paper Element


The physics of filters is based on sieving, adsorption, ion exchanges and other processes. Unlike a sieve or screen, a filter can remove particles much smaller than the holes through which a liquid passes. In chemistry, engineering, a device to separate mixtures. In chemistry and common usage, a filter is a device (usually a membrane or layer) that is designed to block certain objects or substances while letting others through. Filters are often used to remove harmful substances from water, for example to remove pollution, to make water drinkable, to prepare coffee. In domestic food and drink preparation where bulk solids are removed from liquids, this is often called a strainer. Filtrate is the liquid produced after filtering a suspension of a solid in a liquid. Filtrand is the solid residue remaining in the filter following filtration. Carbon filters are filters that contain carbon in their solid state. They use absorption to remove unwanted soluble substances from water and can be found in many applications, including personal water filters and purifiers. Fuel filters are designed to filter sediments from fuel supplies because particulates are harmful to engines and can significantly decrease engine life. Reverse osmosis filters are filter elements used in reverse osmosis applications. Reverse osmosis is a process that uses pressure to move water molecules through a membrane; the impurities that remain behind are then discharged in a waste stream. T-type filters have both inlet and outlet ports situated at one end. The ports of their major axes are in a straight line with the axis of the filter element perpendicular to the line. Wet/dry filters have filter elements that are designed to filter particle matter from both air and water. They can be found in wet/dry vacuum cleaners and fish aquariums.

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