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GP-146 Series

Particulate Filter
Pressure Capacity: up to 50 psi as standard
Compliance: ASME VIII, Division 1 Pressure Vessel
Material: Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel
Manufacturer: Dollinger

The Dollinger series GP-146 high efficiency filters are designed to remove final traces of dirt, pipe scale and other solid contaminants from process air and other gases.

Unlike conventional multiple-cartridge filters, the Dollinger Element Design Concept maximizes the effective filtration area for a given vessel size resulting in lower differential pressure and extended service life. In addition to the standard range of filter designs and capacities to suit the particular process / application demands of the customer.

Features & Benefits

  • Filter housing is designed and constructed in accordance with the ASME VIII, Division I Pressure Vessel construction code. (Compliance with the following codes is also available: Korean, SELO, PED, TÜV, and GOST).
  • Constructed of carbon steel or stainless steel. Special requirements for low temperature applications can also be accommodated.
  • Efficient radial fin filter element design which provides the largest filtration area for a given element size. Ensured integrity up to a differential pressure of 50 psid. Special designs are available for applications which demand higher differential capabilities.
  • Extensive range of synthetic and natural fiber filter media suitable for use with most process fluids.
  • Dollinger filter element can be cleaned and re-used many times. This feature is especially beneficial in applications having high levels of contaminant.
  • Elements may be inter-changed to vary the degree of filtration.


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GP-146 Series - Particulate Filter