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A single housing may accommodate from 1 to  a total of 200 filter cartridges. Specifically manufactured to meet the needs of RO pre-filtration. Depending on the design need, fluid passes through filter cartridges from the inside to the outside or from the outside to the inside.

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A container or enclosure made specifically to house and support filter cartridges is referred to as a cartridge filter housing. It may also be called a filter vessel or a filter housing. It is a crucial part of a filtration system and gives the cartridges a safe, sealed environment in which to successfully carry out their filtration function.


A sturdy body consisting of plastic, stainless steel, carbon steel, or another long-lasting material often makes up the cartridge filter housing. The housing is designed to withstand pressure and keep the filtration system's structural integrity.

In order to ensure that the liquid or gas being filtered flows through the cartridges and avoid bypassing or leakage, the primary function of a cartridge filter housing is to house and protect the filter cartridges.


It provides a way to attach the housing to the input and outflow pipes of the filter system.

Inlet and outlet ports, a pressure gauge or differential pressure indicator, a vent or drain valve for venting air or draining liquids, and a closure mechanism (such as a screw-on lid or clamp) are features that are frequently found on cartridge filter housings. These features help to keep the housing sealed while the filter is in use.

These housings come in a variety of shapes and dimensions to support varied cartridge lengths, diameters, and flow rates. They can be installed in a wide range of industrial processes that require good filtration, including as food and beverage production, pharmaceutical manufacturing, chemical processing, water treatment, and many other industrial processes.

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