HK FHP H

Pressure filter 420 bar complete

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Properties

Design without bypass valve, without clogging indicator
A06H: with inorganic filter (6 μm), absolute filtration
A10H: with inorganic filter (10 μm), absolute filtration
Max. operating pressure max. 420 bar

Description

Pressure filter for pipeline installation
Pressure differential for filter element inorganic (A) max. 210 bar
Design (Qmax.) for medium ISO VG 46 <br>at 50°C (30 mm2/s) at Δptot = 1.25 bar

Hints

Measurement "B": clearance required for changing the filter element

Article Table

Product Name Weight kg C mm D mm A mm Ø E mm Filter area cm² Line connection Q max. l/min B mm
Product Name Weight kg C mm D mm A mm Ø E mm Filter area cm² Line connection Q max. l/min B mm
HK FHP 065 2 SG2 A10H 4.2 23 85.0 221 66 544 G 3/4” 45 100
HK FHP 065 3 SG2 A06H 5.7 23 85.0 323 66 1094 G 3/4” 60 100
HK FHP 065 3 SG2 A10H 5.7 23 85.0 323 66 1094 G 3/4” 70 100
HK FHP 135 2 SG2 A06H 9.4 36 109.5 367 80 1655 G 1" 110 125
HK FHP 135 2 SG2 A10H 9.4 36 109.5 367 80 1655 G 1" 110 125
HK FHP 320 2 SF5 A10H 16.5 40 140.0 411 105 3258 1 1/4" SAE 6000 PSI/M 225 150
A06H with inorganic filter (6 μm), absolute filtration
A10H with inorganic filter (10 μm), absolute filtration
Qmax - max intake volumetric flow

Order hints

Other filter materials and filters for other types of oil, viscosities or temperatures available on request

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