Pressure Filters for Peak System Performance

Pressure filters are devices that are used in hydraulic systems to remove contaminants from the fluid as it is pressurized in the system. Pressure filters are typically installed in the pressure line of the system, which is the line that carries the pressurized fluid from the pump to the actuators or other components that use the fluid to transmit power.

Pressure filters are designed to protect the system by removing contaminants that can cause damage or reduce the efficiency of the system. These contaminants may include dirt, dust, and other particles that can enter the system through various sources, such as the environment or the manufacturing process. Pressure filters are typically made of a porous material, such as synthetic glass fibers or wire mesh, which allows the fluid to pass through while trapping contaminants.

Pressure filters are typically sized based on the flow rate and pressure requirements of the system. They are also rated for a certain level of contamination, which determines the size and number of particles that they can effectively remove from the fluid. Pressure filters are typically designed to have a high dirt-holding capacity, which allows them to operate for longer periods of time without needing to be replaced.

Pressure filters are an important component of a hydraulic system, as they help to ensure that the system is protected from contaminants and operating at peak efficiency. They are typically used in conjunction with other types of hydraulic filters, such as return line filters and suction filters, to provide comprehensive protection for the system.

SONA Pressure Filters
SONA Pressure Filters