Dry Gas filters are used to remove fine debris from a gas pipeline.
Dry gas filters use disposable depth type cartridges to retain contaminant in the element structure.
Cartridges are sleeve type with inner and outer support housings.
Support housings are re-usable with only the sleeve part disposable.
How the natural gas filter works:
The gas entering the vessel flows into the filter cartridges from outside-to-inside,
ensuring that the gas stream encounters the most surface area for the greatest holding capability. The depth-type
filter cartridge is the most economical and does an excellent job of capturing solids. The pleated filter cartridge
is a good choice for expected high solids loading and has a very low clean pressure drop.
Filter cartridges are available in 0.3, 0.5, 1, and 5 nominal micron ratings for 99.9% particle removal.
With a pleated design, these filter cartridges offer a longer service life between cartridge change-outs resulting in lower maintenance cost and reduction in lost gas revenues.