Madd MAXX GF
MADD-MAXX GF filters are engineered for critical high purity applications, optimizing throughput while maintaining an absolute rated performance that is consistent and reliable. Our Microglass Filter Elements feature a media structure with high surface area and increased void volume, as well as optimized pore size geometry. Precision blowing of fine denier fibers results in a highly uniform matrix that optimizes element flow rate and service life. This advanced fine fiber technology outperforms all competing Microfiber technologies.
MADD-MAXX GF filter elements increase filtration efficiency of any existing bag filter vessel versus conventional filter bags. However, where true absolute filtration is required, it is highly recommended that these filters be used in Strainrite’s SRHD or SRX SERIES [Zero Bypass] filter housings. The revolutionary vessel to element sealing properties designed into these hermetically sealed housings have produced absolute efficiencies verified by independent third-party testing facilities.
MADD-MAXX GF pleated elements are the preferred choice for filtering beverages such as Beer and Wine because they do not remove flavor enhancing proteins. We utilize acrylic binders that meet the requirements of CFR 21 for Food and Beverage contact. Many competing elements utilize an epoxy binder, providing the MADD-MAXX with a greater range of chemical compatibility in a wider range of applications.
- Absolute-rated media provides reliable pore size control resulting in repeatable filtration performance
- Non-fiber releasing materials with minimal extractables providing high purity filtrate
- Lower pressure drops yield higher flow rates and reduced processing time
- MAXX-imum pleat design coupled with non-calendered Microfiber matrix offers greater surface area, ensuring longer service life, less downtime, and reduced operating costs per element
- Wide chemical compatibility
- Standard grade utilizes an epoxy binder, FDA grade utilizes an acrylic binder
- Thermally bonded construction, eliminating particle bypass