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Capsflow SIP Capsule Filters

Capsflow SIP capsule filters have a standard filter sealed in a robust plastic housing which remains high-strength and integral at a harsh applications. Typically steaming in place sterilization.

Capsflow SIP Capsule Filters

Features and Quality

  • Purpose-designed for SIP
  • Cost-saving
  • Easy connection with sanitary flange
  • On-line connection to automatic integrity test
  • Available in multiple choice of media and ratings
Features and Quality

Construction of Materials

Filter Membrane PTFE,PES,Nylon
Media Support Polypropylene
End Caps Polypropylene
Inner Core Polypropylene
Outer Cage Polypropylene
Capsflow SIP Media PORE SIZE Length DRAIN
 

CFSI

F=PTFE

S=PES

N=Nylon

HV=Hydrophilic PVDF

0X4=0.04um

001=0.1um

002=0.2um

005=0.45um

006=0.6um

 

S=2.5”

L=5”

S=Staubli

H=Hors Barb

1inch=25.4mm

Notice: Due to filter has variety in design, please contact with Sanitek sales for more information

Features and Quality

Features and Quality
  • Purpose-designed for SIP
  • Cost-saving
  • Easy connection with sanitary flange
  • On-line connection to automatic integrity test
  • Available in multiple choice of media and ratings

Specification and Data

Construction of Materials

Filter Membrane PTFE,PES,Nylon
Media Support Polypropylene
End Caps Polypropylene
Inner Core Polypropylene
Outer Cage Polypropylene

Ordering Information

Capsflow SIP Media PORE SIZE Length DRAIN
 

CFSI

F=PTFE

S=PES

N=Nylon

HV=Hydrophilic PVDF

0X4=0.04um

001=0.1um

002=0.2um

005=0.45um

006=0.6um

 

S=2.5”

L=5”

S=Staubli

H=Hors Barb

1inch=25.4mm

Notice: Due to filter has variety in design, please contact with Sanitek sales for more information

Common questions about Sanitek

Common Questions about SanitekWhat is Capsflow SIP Capsule filter material?

SIP (Steam-In-Place) capsule filters are typically made using materials such as polypropylene (PP) or polyethersulfone (PES). These materials are compatible with steam sterilization processes and can withstand high temperatures and pressures, ensuring reliable and efficient filtration in pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

Common Questions about SanitekWhat are Capsflow SIP Capsule filters used for?

Sanitek Capsflow Plus SIP capsule filter is suitable for applications such as Sterile filtration of air and liquid and In pharmaceutical and biological products.

Common Questions about SanitekWhat are the parts of a SIP capsule filter?

A SIP (Steam-In-Place) capsule filter typically consists of four main parts: the housing, the filter membrane, the vent, and the connections. The housing provides structural support and houses the filter membrane.

The filter membrane is the primary filtration component, responsible for removing contaminants. The vent allows for the release of gases during steam sterilization. The connections, such as inlet and outlet ports, enable the attachment of the filter to the filtration system. Together, these parts ensure effective filtration and compatibility with sterilization processes in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

Common Questions about SanitekWhat are the advantages of the SIP capsule filter?

SIP (Steam-In-Place) capsule filters offer several advantages. Firstly, they are designed for compatibility with steam sterilization processes, ensuring reliable and efficient filtration in pharmaceutical and biotech industries. They are easy to install and remove, minimizing downtime.

SIP capsule filters provide consistent and reproducible filtration performance, maintaining product quality and reducing the risk of contamination. Additionally, their compact size allows for flexible placement in process lines. Overall, SIP capsule filters offer convenience, reliability, and effective filtration for critical applications in industries requiring sterile filtration.

Common Questions about SanitekHow do you guarantee the quality of your filters?

All materials meet the specifications for biological safety per USP Class V1-121 C for plastics. Materials of construction comply with FDA regulations for food and beverage contact use as detailed in the US Code of Federal Regulations, 21CFR. Materials used to produce filter media and hardware are safe for use in contact with foodstuffs in accordance with EU Directives 10/2011.

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