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Element design

In this section, the explanation of the element type where fluid flows from the exterior of the element to the interior is given.

Paper filter elements and Wire mesh element

1 ) Tubular filter(Filtering material) Filtering material which undergoes a pleating process and then rolled to form a cylinder is called a tubular filter. Refer to “Elements” for filtering material types and features.
2 ) Endplate The endplates are metal fittings above and below the element that are usually made from zinc-coated steel sheets (SECC) or stainless steel sheets (SUS304). They come in a variety of shapes to match specific uses and filter shapes.
3 ) Inner tube The inner tube is located in the inside of the tubular filter and serves as reinforcement for the tubular filter. As with the endplates, the inner tube is usually made from zinc-coated steel sheets (SECC) or stainless steel sheets (SUS304).
4 ) Adhesive An epoxy type adhesive is used to bond the tubular filter, inner cylinder, and end plates together.
5 ) O-ring(seals) The O-ring is used as a seal between the upper end plate and the filter body. O-ring and packing use is according to the filter model.

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Notch wire element

1 ) Notch wire The notch wire is made from tightly-coiled stainless steel wire (SUS304).
2 ) ) Endplate The endplates are metal fittings above and below the element that are usually made from zinc-coated steel sheets (SECC). They come in a variety of shapes to match specific uses and filter shapes.
3 ) Fin tube The fin tube is an aluminum alloy tube (A6063) where notch wire is wrapped around to form a cylinder.
4 ) Adhesive An epoxy type adhesive is used to bond the tubular filter, inner cylinder, and end plates together.
5 ) O-ring(seals) The O-ring is used as a seal between the upper end plate and the filter body. O-ring and packing use is according to the filter model.

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