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Replacement for Fanuc Alpha C800iB Wire EDM Filter Kit – 10 Micron with metal frame
Direct replacement filter for Fanuc Alpha C800iB EDM filter in form, fit, and function. Made in America for assured quality. Optimized filter media is tested to ISO 16889 and used for fine filtration, long life, and high dirt-holding capacity. Filter size is 13.25″ O.D. x Quick Coupler (2) I.D. x 12.0″ Length. Scroll down for additional specs and information.
Micron level choice is a function of processes or material being cut:
- Carbide, Carbon, or Graphite use 0.35 to 1 micron
- Tool Steel use 3 to 5 micron
- Gold use 1 to 5 micron
- Stainless Steel, Brass, or Copper use 5 to 10 micron
- Aluminum use 10 to 20 micron
Part numbers and names are used for cross reference only. Part numbers indicated as replacements are not manufactured or affiliated with the OEM or Brand listed.
Quick Coupler (2)
|Max Operating Pressure||
248 Degress F
SONA Fanuc Alpha C800iB Replacement Filter Elements
Our Fanuc Alpha C800iB replacement EDM filter is a guaranteed direct replacement in form, fit, and function. This means the filter will fit and you should expect performance to be equal to or greater than the OEM filter. Made in America.
Filtration Media for the Fanuc Alpha C800iB direct interchange
Our filter media is backed by ISO 16889 multi-pass testing and other ISO/SAE test protocols. Optimized cellulose media is used for fine filtration, just like theFanuc Alpha C800iB EDM filter to be replaced. Our cellulose filters use the optimal amount of media and pleats to ensure high dirt-holding capacity. The correct number and design of pleats in the element will give you the lowest initial pressure drop. Therefore the filter will take longer to reach its change-out pressure drop which is usually 25 PSID.
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Our EDM filter is indicated as a replacement for Fanuc Alpha C800iB filter elements and is not manufactured by or affiliated with the OEM or Brand listed. Part numbers and names are used for cross reference only. The element may vary from the image displayed on the left.