Parker’s GLF Series Return Line Filters combine high-efficiency Microglass filtration with low-cost installation in a patented design. Allowable operating pressure of 150 PSI/10.3 Bar and capable of flows up to 230 GPM/871 LPM depending on viscosity.
|Bypass Valve Pressure Rating:||35 psi / 2.4 bar|
|Filter Element:||10Q Microglass|
|Filter Element Type:||10Q Microglass, Cartridge|
|Filter Type:||Low Pressure Filter|
|Flow Rate:||757 lpm / 200 gpm|
|Fluid Type:||Mineral and Petroleum Based Fluid|
|Housing Material:||Cast Aluminum Alloy|
|Indicator Pressure Setting:||28 psi / 1.9 bar|
|Indicator Type:||Tri-color Pressure Gauge|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||225 °F / 107 °C|
|Mounting Type:||Tank Mounted|
|Nominal Filter Rating:||10 Micron|
|Port Connection Type:||Dual SAE Code 61 Flange Face Ports|
|Pressure Rating:||150 psi / 10 bar|
The Parker GLF series is designed to provide high-quality filtration to hydraulic systems. Patented design engineered for high flow capacity with low-pressure drop and long life between element change-outs. The design also allows for 2 inlet ports providing flexibility and the opportunity to greatly reduce installation costs. Inside to-out filtration direction allows for collected contaminants to remain in the element during replacement and not re-enter the system.
- Deck and Mobile Cranes
- Firefighting Equipment
- Hydraulic Presses
- Marine Steering Units
- Power Packs
- Waste Management, Dump, and Forklift Trucks
- Waste Balers
- Reach Stackers
- Wheeled Loaders
- Drilling Equipment
- Industrial Power Units
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel and Nickel Compounds which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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