Single round Housing In-Line
Vent filter housings from Sartorius meet the highest requirements of the pharmaceutical industry. The most sophisticated manufacturing standards guarantee outstanding quality in workmanship and operating reliability. All pressurized filter housings comply with the European Council Pressure Equipment Directive PED 97/23/EC. GMP-compliant design and FDA/USP Class VI approved gasket materials are additional quality features of our housings. Meticulously machined surface finishes ensure the highest operating reliability in terms of sterility and cleanability. Customer-specific documents are available for every filter housing. On request, we will customize the design of our housings to meet your specific application needs. In this case, please directly contact email@example.com
- Hygienic design by avoiding dead space and pockets
- All surfaces that come in contact with the product are electropolished to an Ra< 0.5 µm
- Clamping and closure elements approved by TUEV, the German Association for Technical Safety and Inspection
- Low loss of pressure thanks to design featuring an optimized flowpath geometry
- Versions available in high-grade AISI 316 L stainless steel
- Connector options for installation of test and measuring equipment
- Condensate drain valves on pressurized housings for gas filtration
- Approved for use in hazardous areas according to ATEX EX II 2 GD c
Easy in Cleaning
Sartorius Stedim Biotech utilizes a unique filter cup design that is conducive to allow a thorough and easy cleaning. The raised filter cup design eliminates small grooves and tight spaces that might be difficult to clean while still permitting free, complete drainage of the filter housing.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech offers the widest range of housing sizes and design options to exactly match your flow rate, pressure differential and hold-up volume requirements. Connections are available in many styles and sizes. Custom designs and unique configurations are available upon request.
Ease of Installation
Sartorius Stedim Biotech housings are sold ready to install with all gaskets, o-rings and clamps. The flexible connectivity allows the end-user to install the housings to new or existing hard-piped installations.
Quality of Materials
Only 316L Stainless steel is used for all wetted surfaces to provide maximum durability. Supplied O-rings and gaskets are compounded only from FDA approved materials that meet the requirements for direct contact with food and biopharmaceutical products.
Quality Control and Documentation
An important feature of pharmaceutical process validation is documentation. All our housings are given stringent inspections during and after manufacturing including dimensional checks, weld inspections, surface measurements and hydrostatic testing. Each housing is labled by laser with a matching serial number on the bell and base. This serial number provides complete traceability for the Quality Control Certificate, Material Test Reports, and Weld Logs.
PED 97/ 23/EC Standard
Sartorius Stedim Biotech Stainless Steel Housings are designed and manufactured according to the Pressure Equipment Directive PED 97|23|EC. Our manufacturing process follows the highest quality standards and is monitored by an internal quality control system as well as by independently notified bodies on a regular basis.
Primary Product TypeFilter Housings
TypeVenting Filter Housing
ConnectorsSanitary Tri clamp acc. to DIN 32676 OD 1 1/2" TC 50.5 mm
Cartridge Height250 mm
Adapter25 (double O-Ring | bayonet, Code 7)
Filter Housing TypeVenting Filter Housings
Materials of Construction316 L stainless steel
Surface FinishRa <0.5 µm internal (Electropolished sufaces), Ra < 1.6 µm external (Electropolished sufaces)
Housing Material316 L stainless steel
Closure SystemTri clamp connection acc. to DIN 32676 with safty clamp
SealsEPDM (FDA, Code 21 CFR 17.2600 / USPcIVI)
Body ClosureSanitary Tri Clamp
Maximum Allowable Working Temperature150 °C (302 °F)
In- and Outlet50.5 mm
CFR ComplianceAll gasket materials comply with the FDA regulations 21 CFR 17.2600 and USP Class VI