The unique media combination in the Polygard® CE filter combines the high adsorption capacity of a glass microfiber and diatomite with the robustness of polypropylene for high resistance to backflush, peracetic acid, chlorine at less than 100 ppm, and temperature. Polygard CE filters are available in a range of grades to retain colloidal matter better than any other prefilter cartridge.
Polygard-CE filters are engineered for high efficiency filtration giving extended protection to downstream final filters. Glass fibers with diatomaceous earth and polypropylene are fused into a composite filter medium to provide exceptional throughput and high colloidal retention capability. The Polygard-CE filters can be repeatedly hot water regenerated providing highly cost effective filtration.
Use Polygard CE filters as:
- An alternative to Bevigard™-P and Bevigard-M filters in protecting final Vitipore™ II and Vitipore II Plus cartridge filters
- Protection for Bevigard-P and Bevigard-M filters
Certificate of Compliance
Each Polygard-CE cartridge filter is shipped with a Certificate of Compliance for documentation accuracy. This document certifies that the component materials meet FDA Indirect Food Additive requirements cited in 21 CFR 177–182 and that product was designed and manufactured to stringent specifications assuring its suitability for demanding beverage filtration applications.
|per 10-inch Cartridge|
|Materials of Construction|
|Filtration Media||Glass Fiber
|O-rings or Gaskets||Silicone (SI)|
|Maximum Differential Pressure, bar (psid)||4.8 bar (70 psid) @ 25 °C|
|Sterilization||5 autoclave cycles or SIP @ 121 °C for 30 min|
|Sanitization||30 min with hot water @ 80 °C|
|Good Manufacturing Practices||These products are manufactured in a facility which adheres to FDA Good Manufacturing Practices.|
|Non-Fiber Releasing||Component materials meet the "non-fiber releasing" criteria as defined in 21 CFR 210.3 (b) (6).|
|Component Material Toxicity||Component materials meet the criteria of the USP <88> Reactivity Test for Class VI Plastics. These products meet the requirements of the USP <88> Safety Test, utilizing a 0.9% sodium chloride extraction.|