Strainers & Engineered Filters
Allied Filter Systems Ltd manufacture fabricated strainers featuring a high filtration surface area which is vastly superior to cast filters with the equivalent connection size. We also offer a range of bespoke stainless steel mesh filters including special sized baskets and mesh panels.
IBF Series Strainers (Inline Basket Filters)
IBF series fabricated strainers are the ideal solution for removing solid particles from a liquid stream. Applications include protection from debris of pumps, meters, valves, nozzles and heat exchangers. The IBF series features inline connections, enabling easy pipeline installation. Standard connection sizes are 1” to 12” flanged (ANSI or DN), with bigger vessels available on request. Fabricated strainers have a bolted lid fitted with a lifting handle and ½” vent valve.
Simplex and Duplex Basket Filters
Simplex fabricated basket filters are designed for applications where temporary interruption of a process can be permitted for basket cleaning. They feature a recessed basket with lifting handle, seated on an internal ring. An under basket o-ring is present to ensure an excellent seal between the filter housing and basket. Simplex basket filters are bolted lid, side entry vessels, with either a bottom or side outlet (Styles 2-8).Fabricated basket filters can also be duplexed to enable continuous operation.
Bespoke Stainless Steel Mesh Filters
Allied Filter Systems Ltd manufactures bespoke filters from stainless steel woven wire mesh or perforated plate. Example products include stainless steel mesh panels, filter baskets and discs cut to size. All items are precision manufactured to be dimensionally accurate and can be produced in small volumes as well as in larger batches. Finished articles range in size from just a few centimetres to several metres.
Solid – Liquid Separator Filters
Liquid enters the unit tangentially creating a centrifugal flow, which is accelerated by a special top inlet construction. The tangential inlet and the special construction in the top dome of the separator gives an optimal centrifugal action, which is required to achieve efficient and continuous separation. Centrifugal force moves particles to the sides of the separator chamber. Solids slowly drop along the sides to the quiet collection chamber.