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There are many options when it comes to removing particulate and organic contaminates from process solutions.  In-tank filters, plate filters, bag filters, cartridge filters and many types of carbon filters can be used but how do you choose the most effective system for your process?  Work with an organization that has expertise with both chemistry and equipment. 

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When choosing a filtration system, consider the following questions:

1. What is the chemical and temperature compatibility of the solution with the filter material?
2. What micron rating is required to remove the insoluble contaminants in solution?  The smaller the micron, the smaller the particle able to be removed.

3. How much filtration is required?  This helps determine the size of the filter.  If your solution requires 2 turn-overs per hour and your tank is 100 gallons, you will require a filter rated for 200 gallons per hour (GPH).

4. How often should the filters be changed?  Some filters have pressure valves that aid in determining when the filter media is full of contaminants.  As the contaminant level builds, the pressure increases.  Other filters need to be monitored and visually inspected for build up.  Changing most types of filter cartridges and bags is subjective.

5. Please click on the Request Quote link below or contact a JSA technical sales representative for experienced recommendations regarding your filtration application. 

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