High temperature filtration

Featured industries served by the High Temperature Filters: Food & Beverage, Chemicals, Coatings

High temperature filtration of liquids up to 250°C (480F) safeguarding your operators and your final product quality

The Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter® can be upgraded to filter liquid products such as resins, cooking oil and other high temperature liquids up to 250°C. Fitted with an offset drive and heat resistance seals, gaskets and wiper system, you can enjoy all the benefits the Russell Eco Filter® provides without compromising your operators safety. A heating jacket is fitted as standard. However, jackets can also be fitted to the standard range of self-cleaning filters for installation in several industries such as chocolate processing.

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Features & Benefits

  • Improves quality – jacketed unit maintains product temperature

  • Increases productivity – no bags or cartridges to replace

  • Safeguards your operators – fully enclosed high temperature filtration with minimal operator involvement required

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Frequently Asked Questions

How does high-temperature filtration work? 

When processing certain products such as chocolate, resin and oils, the only way to liquefy and keep the products liquid is by applying heat. This means industrial high-temperature filters not only allow hot materials to flow through preventing potential blockages, but also controls the temperature preventing any degradation or damage to the product. This results in a more efficient filtration process, less product wastage due to clotting and helps to significantly reduce production stoppage required for cleaning or maintenance.

What are the most common applications of high-temperature filtration?

The most common applications of high-temperature filtration involve any material that can only be filtered at elevated temperatures, such as chocolate, oils including fuel and frying oil, fats, resins, inks and dyes and materials that otherwise solidify at room temperature.