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Low Instrumentation Filter (Diffusers)

Parker F Series Inline Filters are designed for protection of instrumentation systems from undesirable materials. Component changes or repair and maintenance can admit dirt, chips, scale, or other contaminants to the small bore tubing. Fluid Controls can provide Parker’s complete range of Low Instrumentation Filter products.

Parker F Series Inline Filter

Parker F Series filters feature a compact inline design with large filtration area and a stainless steel and brass construction. The replaceable sintered 316 stainless steel filter elements are available in five different micron ratings: 1, 5, 10, 50, and 100. Optional 250 and 450 micron wire cloth filter elements are also available.

These Parker Instrumentation Filters also benefit from heat code traceability, a fluorocarbon rubber seat and a range of port connections, including male and female NPT, CPI™, A-LOK®, UltraSeal, VacuSeal, BSP, SAE, and Seal-Lok®.

Call us on +44(0)118 970 2060 or email fluid@fluidcontrols.co.uk for more information about our Parker Filtration Disposable Filter Units range.

Low Instrumentation Filter (Diffusers)

Parker Low Instrumentation Filters

Parker Filtration disposable filter units protect analysers from sample impurities by removing solids and liquids from gases The siposable filter units prevent cross contamination of samples, they are completely disposable by being constructed from recyclable plastic

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