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Layered Polypropylene multiple layers for better filtration

Layered Polypropylene is made by laminating multiple layers of thin spunbond material to make a uniform structure.

  • Multiple layers of Spunbond Polypropylene
  • Good Strength
  • Filter Media can be recycled
  • Improved capacity
  • Higher bulk than standard polypropylene
  • Available up to 6 plys.

MicroCLEAN captures small particulate

MicroCLEAN is ideal for filtering coolants used for honing & polishing when clarity is critical

  • Polypropylene microfibers sandwiched between two layers of spunbond polypropylene
  • Strong enough for all applications
  • Superior efficiency
  • Good capacity for small particulate
  • Provides the cleanest coolants

Polyester Pointbond or Flatbond, your choice

Spunbond Polyester is recommended for removing larger debris when strength is important, exposure time may be long, or temperatures are elevated.

  • Spunbond Polyester tolerates exposure to high temperatures
  • Good chemical resistance
  • High strength
  • Surface filtration
  • Moderately expensive
  • Availalbe 0.55-2.0 ounce/square yard

PowerLOFT® Filter media from Kimberly Clark reduces filtration costs

PowerLOFT is ideal for filtering coolants used in metal machining, grinding, drilling, honing, lapping and polishing, and any time the filter is undersized.

  • Outstanding dirt holding capacity
  • Long filter life
  • Superior efficiency
  • High strength
  • Dual density construction
  • Good chemical resistance
  • High bulk - increased void volume
  • Thermally bonded

Rayon offers good flow rates

Rayon is well suited for many different types and sizes of debris but is restricted to use in gravity filters and filters with conveyor belts.

  • Unidirectional web
  • Inexpensive
  • Poor strength requires good support in the filter
  • Chemical bonded
  • Fluids readily flow through media - even at low pressure drops
  • Tolerant of Tramp oil
  • Uniform pore distribution

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