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The difference between the cone filter plate filter and T-filter

The difference between the cone filter,  plate filter and T-filter

Cone filter

Tapered cone filters are designed to be simple, but they do a lot of work in your system. Their shape includes a conical mesh that fits your system.

Purpose and application

The conical filter has a large filter area that allows you to capture more debris. They are commonly used in recently welded products. During the welding process, slag or debris may form inside the pipe. Tapered filters capture these metal spots to prevent them from falling and damaging your sophisticated, expensive system.

Pros and cons

You can find these filters in a variety of materials from stainless steel to other applications.

The wide to narrow design increases the filtration area.

Conical filters can be placed up and down depending on the application.

If the tip is pulled, the screen of the conical filter may crack. You may need to check and clean the filter regularly.

Flat filter

A flat filter plate is a simple design that includes a grid plane that extends perpendicular to the direction of the flow of the system.

Purpose and application

Thanks to their compact design, these filters can be used in narrow spaces. They provide a fair amount of filtering and can be an ideal solution for a tricky system setup.

Pros and cons

Unlike a tapered filter, a flat filter requires less space.

These filters are available with or without bolt holes and can be secured in place, making them ideal for a wide range of applications.

Flat filters range in material from perforated metal to wire mesh to composite materials.

However, the filter area of ​​these filters is reduced compared to tapered filters.

T filter

This form of filter has a T-shape that allows fluid to pass directly or at 90 degrees.

Purpose and application

The T-filter is compact but versatile. They filter and easily access products that move through the system.

Pros and cons

The T-shaped filter is both a wire cloth and a perforated metal.

They provide high traffic.

With proper installation, the chamber lid can be opened without expelling fluid from the chamber. In some applications, this can improve security.

The filter is flowable and has a 90 degree and 180-degree path to choose from. This can create a solution for tricky space or system settings.

However, due to its shape, T-filters are more challenging than plate filters.

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