Bag filters are made of various filter materials. Capabilities of the filter vary dependent upon structures, material of fiber elements, precision of filtration, and efficiency.
- PP (polypropylene): The most common material with high resistance against acid and alkali, and widely used in most of chemical industries
- PE (Polyester): Affordable in price, and excellent in chemical and heat resistance
- Nylon: High resistance against chemicals and heat
- Water treatment industry: Pretreatment filter of cleaning water, and super-pure water
- Food industry: Beer, sake, spirit, seasoning, beverage, juice, vegetable oil, and other cold drinks
- Plating and painting industry: Plating solution filtration, and paint filter
- Drug industry: Solutions and chemicals for drug manufacturing
- Semiconductor, photo printing and cosmetic industries
Bag Filters are made of different filter materials. They vary depending on structures, materials of fibrous tissues, levels of filtration and efficiency. (PP, PE and Nylon)
- Polypropylene (PP), the most common filter cartridge used, has a high acid and alkaline tolerance and is widely used across the chemical industry.
- Polyester (PE) is economical and provides a high chemical and thermal resistance.
- Nylon offers a high chemical and thermal resistance.