Parker Fulflo EcoBond Cartridges - High Purity Filtration

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Parker Fulflo® EcoBond Filter Cartridges
Parker’s Fulflo® EcoBond™ Cartridges are the most economical high purity filter cartridges available. Featuring a graded density matrix of uniform polypropylene fibers, the EcoBond™ provides consistent filtration for a wide variety of fluids. No fiber finish or surfactants are present to generate extractables leading to foaming or other undesirable effects on the filtrate.

Fulflo EcoBond™ Cartridges are available in nominal ratings of 1µm, 5µm, 10µm, 25 µm and 50µm

  • Thermally bonded melt blown fiber matrix provides dimensionally stable construction
  • Continuous fiber matrix prevents media migration and ensures consistent quality filtration performance
  • Finish-free construction provides optimum fluid purity and eliminates foaming condition
  • Superior inter-layer bonding eliminates contaminant unloading and channeling
  • FDA grade polypropylene (DOE only) certified to ANSI/NSF61 standard for contact with drinking water components
  • Narrow range fiber size optimizes consistency of filtration performance
  • Polypropylene construction provides broad chemical compatibility for a variety of applications
  • All materials of construction are FDA listed as acceptable for potable and edible liquid contact according to CFR Title 21
  • Single component construction simplifies compatibility options and provides easy disposal

  • Photographic Chemicals
  • DI Water
  • Plating Solutions
  • R.O. Prefiltration
  • Membrane Prefiltration
  • Organic Solvents
  • Oilfield Fluids
  • Bleach
  • Potable Water
  • Chemical Processing Fluids

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