Within our range for pressure filters we distinguish for the areas low pressure up to 40 bar, medium pressure less than 280 bar and high pressure above 280 bar. This differentiation is not binding for all hydraulic filter manufacturers and does not represent a standard, but is a guideline value.
Depending on the application and area of use, these include full-flow or partial-flow filters, flanged-on filters, filters in intermediate plate design, and much more. The focus of our consulting and individual filter solutions is always on robust housings, a streamlined design and a comprehensive range of accessories.
Our experts work with international producers to develop customized solutions for all requirements. The efficiency of all the filters we supply is validated in rigorous laboratory tests conducted in accordance with the latest ISO standards.
Low pressure filters up to 40 bar
Filter housings of low-pressure filters are designed for a maximum operating pressure of 40 bar. They are made of welded steel parts, cast aluminum or plastic.
We distribute a large number of hydraulic and lube oil filters as well as spin-on filters from various internationally known manufacturers in this segment. Conversions for replacement types are offered by our team.
Medium pressure filters are mostly used for direct protection of control and regulating units such as servo valves and proportional valves. In most cases, a bypass valve is installed in this pressure range and the filters are often additionally equipped with a contamination indicator.
For use in hydraulic systems, lubrication systems and test benches, we offer a wide range of efficient pressure filters that permanently ensure compliance with the purity classes of fluids and oils.
High pressure filters greater than 280 bar
High-pressure filters are particularly efficient protective filters that are inserted into the hydraulic system line downstream of the high-pressure pump. High-pressure filters, like all other system components, must be designed for the respective application and its requirements. Essentially, these are factors such as the maximum operating pressure, differential pressure loads, volume flow, filter fineness, connection size, temperature range and, of course, the fluid used.