MP Filter MSH Series High Pressure.pdf - Hasmak

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MP Filter MSH Series High Pressure.pdf - Hasmak

SERIESMSHSPIN-ON FILTER - LOW PRESSURE LINE®Maximum working pressure 500 psiFlow rate to 80 GPM


D e s c r i p t i o nMSHworking pressure of 500 psi, with a peak pressureThis filter MSH series utilises spin-on canisters,withflow capabilities of 80 gpm and has a maximumrating of 700 psi.Technically, the MSH filters is a new concept, as thefilter canister is seamless. Our unique sealingsystem ensures that the product will withstandmedium pressure up to 700 psi.The MSH filters feature a bypass valve and utilise apressure differential indicator. A patented(no.22083A/86) head/bowl sealing systemensures leak free filters every time.The MSH series is particularly suitable for use onsupercharging or auxiliary, low-pressure lines.Ideally suited for use in a servo-assisted hyrostatictrasmission where the servo line requires highperformancefiltration at medium workingpressures.INDICATORSNewabsolute filter elementsindependently testedin the following Institutes:ELECTRICALHEADBYPASSVALVEVISUALUNI EN ISO 9001N° 037/98FILTERELEMENTMSH 050/4.2000/USA 2


MP Filtri - Filtration technologyFilter element:MaterialsEnd caps:Galvanized steelNylon (MSH 050/070)Support tube:Galvanized steelSupport frames:Galvanized steel withan epoxy coatingA SeriesInorganic microfibrePre-filtration andExternal support mediaExternal wire meshMicrofibre filtration mediaInternal wire meshInternal support mediaInner supporttubeMP Filter elements - Conform to the followingISO standardsISO 2941 - Verification of collapse/burst resistance.ISO 2942 - Verification of fabrication integrity and determinationof the first bubble point.ISO 2943 - Verification of material compatibility with fluids.ISO 3723 - Method for end load test.ISO 3724 - Verification of flow fatigue characteristics.ISO 3968 - Evaluation of pressure drop versus flow characteristics.ISO 16889 - Multi-pass method for evaluating filtration performance.Element materialAbsolute filtrationA SeriesInorganic microfibre with acrilic supportContamination retentionas per ISO 16889: Multi-pass test.New improved ß ≥ 200filter elements withgreater efficiency andincreased dirt holdingcapacityFilterelementsß ≥ 2(50%)Dimensions for ß (µm) valuesß ≥ 20(95%)ß ≥ 75(98,7%)ß ≥ 200(99,5%)Filtration ratiosß2 ß10 ß20A03 – 2 2,4 3 20 > 10.000 > 10.000A06 – 3 4,6 6 8 > 2.000 > 10.000A10 3 6 7,8 10 1,5 ≥ 200 > 10.000A25 13 19 22 25 – > 1,5 > 35N.B. Other materials giving different degrees of filtration are available on request.∆ P(bar)7777Filtering areaFilter elementsTypeCHA03/A06A10/A25050217217070450450100620620150800800Values in in 2Element materialNominal filtrationP SeriesM SeriesFiltering areaFilter elementsResin - impregnated paperTypeCH 050 070 100P10/P25 280 560 800M25 190 250 320150100450Square wire mesh (filtration degree is definedin microns by the maximum diameter of asphere corresponding to the mesh size)M60190250320450M90190250320450Values in in 23


MP Filtri - SpecificationFilter body:MaterialsHeadAluminiumBypass valveNylonSelasA Series: Nitrile (Buna-N)V Series: VitonIndicatorBrassWorkingtemperaturePressure filterbodyCollapse pressurefilter elementsMaximum working pressure up to 35 barFrom -13 to +230°FFor temperatures outside this range, pleaseconsult our Sales Network OrganizationFatigue test: A filter subjected topressure impulses from 0 to 500 psi willwithstand 1.000.000 cycles.75 psiBypass valveCalibration pressureBypass valve, differential opening pressure:35 psi ± 10%Types of indicatorsDescription:MSH series filters are fitted with ,differential style indicators switching at : 30 psi ± 10%Visual indicatorV6 - Z6 Series switching at : 30 psi ± 10%Electrical indicatorN6 Series switching at : 30 psi ± 10%Visual-electricalindicatorK6* Series switching at 30 psi ± 10%*For K visual-electrical indicator, specify the voltage (il. K61 = LED: 24 volt){* 1 - 24 Volt2 - 115 Volt3 - 230 Volt4


MP Filtri - SpecificationPressure differential indicator optionK - E - N SeriesSupply voltage (50/60 Hz)(V)Vca 125Vca 250Vcc 30Vcc 125Vcc 250CONNECTOR DIN 43650Resistive load(A)5550,50,25ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONE - N SERIESN.C.N.O.Inductive load(A)2230,030,03ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONK SERIESN.C.N.O.Visual V seriesVisual Z seriesA/F 32 mm1.621.38A/F 30 mm1.101.062.71Ø0.63G1/2”Ø0.63G1/2”Electrical N series1.5Led visual - Electrical K seriesLed1.5Visual - Electrical E series1.52A/F 30 mm2.56A/F 30 mm2.523.01.061.061.06A/F 32 mmØ0.63G1/2”Ø0.63G1/2”Ø0.63G1/2”5


MP Filtri - SpecificationFluidCompatibilityFilter head and bowlscompatible for use with:• mineral oils(types HH-HL-HM-HR-HV-HG as per ISO 6743/4)• water-based emulsions(types HFAE-HFAS as per ISO 6743/4)• synthetic fluids(types HS-HFDR-HFDS-HFDU as per ISO 6743/4)• water-glycol (types HFC as per ISO 6743/4)SealsA SeriesS4wrile (Buna-N) compatible with mineral oils(types HH-HL-HM-HR-HV-HG as per ISO 6743/4)water-based emulsions(types HFAE-HFAS as per ISO 6743/4)water - glycol (types HFC as per ISO 6743/4)V SeriesViton compatible with synthetic fluids(types HS-HFDR-HFDS-HFDU as per ISO 6743/4)Filter elementsAs per ISO 2943; suitable for mineral oils(types HH-HL-HM-HR-HV-HG as per ISO 6743/4)and synthetic fluids (A and M series only)(types HS-HFDR-HFDS-HFDU as per ISO 6743/4)For water-based emulsions (types HFAE-HFASas per ISO 6743/4) and fluids other thanthose mentioned, please consult our SalesNetwork Organization.International standards for contamination fluid controlA general (no direct) comparison between ISO 4406 and NAS 1638 is given in table below.Contamination Correspondent Recommended Typical applicationscodes codes filtrationISO 4406 NAS 1638 degree4µm(c) 6µm(c) 14µm(c) B x ≥ 20014 12 9 3 3 High precision andlaboratory servo-systems17 15 12 6 3-6 Robotic and servo-systems18 16 13 7 10-12 Very sensitive - highreliability systems20 18 15 9 12-15 Sensitive - reliable systems21 19 16 10 15-25 General equipment oflimited reliability23 21 18 12 25-40 Low - pressure equipmentnot in continuous service6


Selection& installation informationFilter elementstypesA SeriesAbsolute inorganic microfibrefiltration media, available in3, 6, 10 and 25 micronExample - A03, A06, A10 or A25P SeriesNominal cellulose impregnatedpaper media, available in 10and 25 micron.Example - P10 or P25M SeriesMetal mesh media, available in25, 60, and 90 micron.Example - M25, M60 or M90.Please refer to individual pressure drop curves to obtain filter assembly pressure drop informationThe following filter sizing recommendations are based using a mineral oil fluid at 150 SUS with a maximum total filter assembly(housing and filter element) pressure drop of 30% of the filter condition indicator (9 psi).A/F 30 mmMSH SERIES 050- SIZES1.64A2..45MSH050 - 070FilterassemblyA03Flowrate gpm*12Port sizeBSP/NPT/SAEWeightlbs**HH1A06A10A25P1013192724SEETABLEBELOW3.75M6032MSH SERIES 070 SIZESØ 3.753.94FilterassemblyA03A06A10A25P10Flowrate gpm*2324253430Port sizeBSP/NPT/SAESEETABLEBELOWWeightlbs**4.81.5M6034** Flow rates with 150 SUS fluid viscosity** Weight including filter elementLengthsIndicator portType H H1050 9.15 10.3070 12.8 14.0B1.14ThreadconnectionsTypeG1G2G3G4G5G6A1” BSP3/4” BSP1” NPT3/4” NPTSAE 16 - 1 5/16” - 12 UNSAE 12 - 1 1/16” - 12 UNBM8M85/16” UNC5/16” UNC5/16” UNC5/16” UNCIndicator1.52 1.52Led1.5212.0Housing pressure dropZ1.311.61A/F 30 mmV1.61A/F 32 mmN2.65A/F 30 mmK2.56A/F 30 mmE3.0A/F 32 mm∆p (psi)8.04.000 10 20 30 40Flow rate gpm7


Selection& installation informationFilter elementstypesPlease refer to individual pressure drop curves to obtain filter assembly pressure drop informationThe following filter sizing recommendations are based using a mineral oil fluid at 150 SUS with a maximum total filter assembly(housing and filter element) pressure drop of 30% of the filter condition indicator (9 psi).A/F 30 mmMSH SERIES 100- SIZES2;0A72MSH100 - 150FilterassemblyA03Flowrate gpm*29Port sizeBSP/NPT/SAEWeightlbs**HH1A06A10A25P1032425653SEETABLEBELOW6.0M6066MSH SERIES 150 SIZESFilterassemblyA03Flowrate gpm*40Port sizeBSP/NPT/SAEWeightkg**Ø 5.05.2A06A10A25P1043476070SEETABLEBELOW8.4M60732;0** Flow rates with 150 SUS fluid viscosity** Weight including filter elementIndicator portLengths1.38BThreadconnectionsTypeG1G2G3G4G5G6A1 1/2” BSP1 1/4” BSP1 1/2” NPT1 1/4” NPTSAE 24 - 1 7/8” - 12 UNSAE 20- 1 5/8” - 12 UNBM10M103/8” UNC3/8” UNC3/8” UNC3/8” UNCTypeHH1Indicator10015012.114.013.315.212.0Housing pressure drop1.52 1.52Led1.52∆p (psi)8.04.01.311.611.652.65653.000 20 40 60 80A/F 30 mmA/F 32 mmFlow rate gpmZVNA/F 30 mmKA/F 30 mmA/F 32 mmE8


Pressure drop informationGeneralPressure drop versus flow rate curve information for both housing and filter elements is in accordance with ISO 3968Filter assembly pressure drop - ∆p Total = ∆p Housing + ∆p Filter elementHousing pressure drop - The housing pressure drop is proportional to the fluid densityFilter element pressure drop - Filter element pressure drop is proportional to kinematic viscosity therefore always check thefluid operating temperature and fluid type to obtain the working viscosity according to the following formula:∆p 1 Filter element = (working viscosity/brochure viscosity) x ∆p filter elementBrochure viscosity 150 SUSFilter assembly sizing exampleSelection :• Customer requires a 48 gpm filter assembly• Mineral oil fluid: 212 SUS• 25 micron absolute filtration• line application•Housing pressure drop - MSH 100 with 48 gpm ∆p = 3.9 psi (see curve on page 8)•Filter element pressure drop brochure viscosity - CH 100A25 with 48 gpm ∆p = 2.9 psi (see curve on page 10)•Filter element pressure drop working viscosity - With 212 SUS ∆p 1 = 2.9 x (212/150) = 4 psi•Filter assembly pressure drop ∆p Total = ∆p Housing + ∆p 1 Filter element = 3.9 + 4.0 = 7.9 psi* {Acceptable pressure drop value,as per our recommendationsBypass valves pressure dropThe curves were obtained using amineral oil with a density of 0,86.The ∆p varies proportionally to the density.∆p (psi6040MSH 050∆p (psi)6040MSH 10020200 0 8 16 24 32Flow rate gpm00 10 20 30 40Flow rate gpm9


FILTER ELEMENTFilter elements - P/M SeriesThe curves were obtained using a mineral oil with a kinematic viscosity of 150 SUS.The ∆p varies proportionally to the fluid kinematic viscosity.6.0CH 050 - P/MP106.0CH 070 - P/M∆p (psi)4.02.000 10 20 30 40P25M25M60∆p (psi)4.02.0P10P25M250M600 10 20 30 40Flow rate gpmCH 100 - P/MFlow rate gpmCH 150 - P/M6.06.0∆p (psi)4.02.0P25M25M6000 20 40 60 80P10∆p (psi)4.02.0P25M25M6000 20 40 60 80P10Flow rate gpmFlow rate gpmFilter elements - A SeriesThe curves were obtained using a mineral oil with a kinematic viscosity of 150 SUS.The ∆p varies proportionally to the fluid kinematic viscosity.9.0A03 A06CH 050 - AA109.0CH 070 - A∆p (psi)6.03.000 8 16 24A2532∆p (psi)6.0A03A06A103.0A2500 8 16 24 329.0Flow rate gpmA03 A06CH 100 - AA109.0Flow rate gpmCH 150 - AA03 A06∆p (psi)6.03.0A25∆p (psi)6.03.0A10A2500 20 40 60 80Flow rate gpm00 20 40 60 80Flow rate gpm10


Ordering informationMSHNominal sizesFilter condition indicator050070100150S With threaded hole onlyT2 Plug for indicator portV6 Visual 30 psiZ6 Visual 30 psiN6 Electrical 30 psiE6 Visual-electrical 30 psiK6* Visual-Electrical 30 psi1 - 24 Volt2 - 115 Volt* {3 - 230 Volt*For K visual-electrical indicator, specify the voltage (f.i; K61 = LED: 24 volt)BSBypass valveWith bypass 35 psiWithout bypassFilter elements M/P seriesP10P25 Resin-impregnated paper βx ≥ 2M25M60 Square wire meshM90Filter elements A seriesA03A06 Inorganic microfibre βx ≥ 200A10A25SealsA Nitrile (Buna - N)V VitonPort optionsType MSH 050-070 MSH 100-150G1G21” BSP3/4” BSP1 1/2” BSP1 1/4” BSPG3G4G5G61” NPT3/4” NPTSAE 16-1 5/16”- 12 UNSAE 12-1 1/16”- 12 UN1 1/2” NPT1 1/4” NPTSAE 24-1 7/8”- 12 UNSAE 20-1 5/8”- 12 UNCHReplacement elementMP Filtri - Filtration products will only be guaranteed if original MP Filtrireplacement elements and spares are usedData held in this publication is given only for indicative purposes. MP Filtri reserves to introducemodifications to described items for technical or commercial reasons. Copyright reserved.11


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