HK MPS 3

Spin-on filter type 3



Properties

Design A10: with inorganic filter (10 μm), absolute filtration, as return filter, P10: paper filter (10 μm), nominal filtration, with bypass valve 1.75 bar, without clogging indicator
Material Filter head in aluminum, Gasket: NBR
Operating pressure max. 12 bar

Description

Spin-on filters for pipeline installation
Pressure differential for paper filter element (P) max. 4 bar
Pressure differential for filter inorganic element (A) max. 4 bar
Design (Qmax.) for medium ISO VG 46
at 50°C (30 mm2/s) at Δptot = 0.4 bar

Hints

For utilization as a suction filter a suction filter head FI SP S FK *** must be used.

Article Table

Product Name Filter mesh size μm Filter area Filter material Line connection Q max. L/min A mm B mm C mm D mm E mm Weight kg
Product Name Filter mesh size μm Filter area Filter material Line connection Q max. L/min A mm B mm C mm D mm E mm Weight kg
HK MPS 300 RG1 P10 10,0 2 x 4300 cm2 organic G 1.1/2” 282 265 47 290 130 129 5,4
HK MPS 350 RG1 A10 10,0 2 x 5390 cm2 inorganic G 1.1/2” 250 310 47 335 130 129 5,6
HK MPS 350 RG1 P10 10,0 2 x 5760 cm2 organic G 1.1/2” 293 310 47 335 130 129 5,6
A10 with inorganic filter (10 μm), absolute filtration - P10 paper filter (10 μm), nominal 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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