Cotton Media Filter Cartridges
A unicellular, natural fiber composed of almost pure cellulose. As taken from plants, the fiber is found in lengths of 3/8' to 2'. The fiber is then bleached to meet FDA requirements. JFPI manufactures. (3) types of cotton media; bleached (C), white (EC) (industrial) and natural (U). Bleaching is done using sodium hypocholorite as the bleaching agent followed by a hydrogen peroxide/water rinse. Independent tests have confirmed that there are no residual hypochlorite/peroxides in bleached products. Beginning to make a strong comeback in the marketplace due to being a natural product, not man-made, therefore it is bio-degradable.
- Meets FDA requirements for potable liquids (Bleached)
- Dilute acids
- Organic solvents
- Petroleum oils
- Vegetable oils
Good resistance to organic acids, poor resistance to mineral acids. Good resistance to mild alkalis. Poor compatibility to micro-organisms.
300º F/149º C depending upon type of core used.
Information and data presented here is believed to be reliable but is not a warranty of product performance. Verification testing is
recommended to determine suitability for any particular use. Actual cartridge performance will vary with liquid conditions. Product
characterizations are based on the average performance of duplicate cartridge samples selected at random.