|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Usage/Application||Chlorine Gas Filter|
|Filter Type||Cartridge Filter|
|Filter Media||Alumina , Glasswool|
|Filter Medium Material||Monel 400|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
It has 2 Stages of Filter Assembly with MOC Monel 400 , Alumina & Glasswool.
Impurities are inherent in chlorine gas because it is packaged in steel containers.
The principal impurity being Ferric Chloride. The amount of Ferric Chloride that deposits out in a chlorine gas system is a function of the quality of the chlorine used.
Impurities will always precipitate out of gas if it re-liquefies.
This is a common occurrence at points where there is a sudden pressure drop or varying temperatures.
A chlorine filter will remove the nuisance causing impurities in chlorine gas. The filter has two chambers.
The lower portion acts as a trap for liquid impurities.
The sudden enlargement decreases the velocity so that gas is unable to carry entrained droplets of liquid chlorine which is high in Ferric Chloride.
The upper portion has a removable filter cartridge.
The filter element is especially impregnated so that the Ferric Chloride “plates out” rapidly as it passes through the element. Therefore the filter acts as both a filter and a condensate trap.