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   Oil Absorption Series Filter Cartridges





Filtrafine Oil Absorption series filter cartridge utilizes a special, non-swelling organoclay media to remove, disperse,

emulsify and dissolve hydrocarbons from wastewater, and it has higher loading capacity of absorption.

It offers excellent polishing capabilities when used in conjunction with other primary oil removal technologies,

allowing for complete compliance with numerous wastewater discharge regulations.

Able to meet IMO MEPC107(49) regulations as well as US EPA discharge regulation, and numerous other state and country-specific regulations.


Materials of Construction

Absorption media: Granular non swelling organoclay

Inner and outer core: Polypropylene

End Caps: Polypropylene

Gasket / O-rings: Standard: Buna-N

                            Optional: EPDM

Dimensions

Outside Diameter: 2.67" (68mm)

Lengths: 10", 20", 30", 40"


Operating Conditions

Maximum Operating Temperature: 167°F (75°C)

Recommended Flow Rate: 1 gpm per 10'' cartridge in water

pH limits: 4-11


Features and benefits

Patented non swelling organoclay granular media allows for higher loading capacity of absorption media.

Designed for a 95% reduction in dispersed, emulsified and dispersed, emulsified and dissolved hydrocarbons for diverse hydrocarbon concentrations and compositions.

Able to meet IMO MEPC 107 (49) regulations as well as US EPA discharge regulation, and numerous other state and country-specific regulations.

Virgin Polypropylene hardware construction ensures good chemical compatibility with most chemical compounds.

Designed to retrofit a variety of Filtrafine filter housings.


Applications

Commercial bilge and ballast water polishing system.

Treating mechanically / chemically stable emulsions in oilfield produced water.

Removal of hydrocarbons from industrial waste water.

Tank farm, parking and airport runoff water.

Retrofitting or used alongside GAC Filters.


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Clean pressure drop for a 10" cartridge in water.