New Filter Media Offers Greater Protection Against Abrasive Wear

To reduce downtime and prolong the life of hydraulic/lubrication components, Stauff Corporation of Waldwick, N.J., introduces the Betapure"1 line of low-and highpressure filter elements. The new elements capture silt size particles and virtually eliminate component failures due to abrasive wear.

The key component to the Stauff silt control element is the new Betapure media, which combines a higher beta absolute removal rating with greater dirt retention properties for longer service. Stauff disposable filter elements are tested to the latest ANSI/ISO standards, and are available in capacities to meet most industrial and heavy equipment requirements.

Element construction permits use in non-bypass, bypass, and reverse flow applications with all hydraulic fluids including petroleum base, esthers, HWBF, water glycol, and innert emulsions. The reenforced pleat design of Stauff elements permits collapse ratings of 435 and 3,000 psid in 3, 5, 10 and 20 micrometer absolute removal ratings.

For more information on the Betapure elements, Circle 14 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 49,  May 1984

Read New Filter Media Offers Greater Protection Against Abrasive Wear in Pdf, Flash or Html5 edition of May 1984 Maritime Reporter

Other stories from May 1984 issue


Maritime Reporter

First published in 1881 Maritime Reporter is the world's largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime industry.