final filter

final filter

[¦fīn·əl ′fil·tər]
(mechanical engineering)

afterfilter, final filter

In an air-conditioning system, a high-efficiency filter located near a terminal unit.
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As the water exits the system, a final filter removes particulates and bacteria to reach Type I water specifications.
Two single-cartridge filter housings contain a pre- and final filter for the recirculation water that is returning from the bottle rinser and rinser reservoir basin.
He said: "It goes through three filter systems in the hotel before it gets to our final filter here in the basement.
Prefilters have no impact on overall filtration efficiency, which is determined by the final filter, and they increase maintenance costs and energy costs but seldom increase the life of the final filter in most applications.
When the correct pressure is reached, the feed will stop and the membrane plates will be inflated with air, which presses the material in the chamber to the final filter cake.
The largest particles captured on the final filter are equal to the cut size for stage 8 of the impactor.
The Mud Dog's four-stage airflow filtration system extends blower life with its large capacity (10 or 16 cubic yard) debris body with ejector plate; twin float balls for liquid shut-off, cyclone separator for effective removal of carryover material from the airstream and pleated element final filter to provide superior protection of the positive displacement blower from fine particulate materials in the airstream.
The unit features a 575-cfm blower, said to be the most powerful in the industry for its size range, and a three-stage filtration system with a Cyclone separator and two-micron washable final filter, which eliminates the draining and cleaning of a full-size bag house with multiple expensive filters.
says that when used as a pre-cleaner, the Koger A-B cyclone separator reduces the load for the final fitter, and when paired with the final filter, it performs at maximum efficiency.
Clogged Jet Strips and Streaks in Fabric: When water is not totally free of all suspended solids, it creates clogged jet strips, which lead to streaks in the spunlace fabric and frequent replacement of filters bags in the final filter.