Glass Solvent Filters Filter Gasket Cleaning

Hawach Glass Solvent Filters are often produced in the production process because the core gaskets that support the filter are often fused with the glass filter bottle and cannot be separated. This filter gasket is prone to discoloration, clogging, etc. after prolonged use. Customers are required to perform regular cleaning operations. However, since the filter gasket cannot be separated from the bottle body, the cleaning becomes less easy, and it is easy to draw the glass surface using a tool such as a brush, it is also impossible to clean the inside and the other side of the filter gasket, in other words, cannot be done. To thorough cleaning.

Compared with its material, sand core glass has the greatest advantage of being resistant to organic solvents and chemical corrosion. For example, when filtering various chromatographic flows relative to solvents for purification and filtration, filtration of plating solutions, etc., it is possible to use models with all-glass materials and filter gaskets as sand core glass, such as SLGSF03001 300ml Glass Solvent Filters (300ml filter cup + 1000ml liquid collection bottle), SLGSF05002 500ml Glass Solvent Filters (500ml filter cup + 2000ml liquid collection bottle).

For the rest, customers who use ink (the color is very likely to contaminate the filter gasket), suspended solids in water, microbial limit inspection, medium sterilization, cleanliness filtration, or other raw material sample filtration can use plastic or stainless steel filters. Gasket, This material is very convenient for daily cleaning.

Cleaning glass solvent filters and filter gaskets is crucial for maintaining the integrity of your filtration system. To clean them:

  1. Disassemble: Remove the glass filter and gasket from the filtration setup.
  2. Shake or tap: Gently remove loose particles, dust, or residues.
  3. Soak: Submerge the components in a suitable cleaning solution (e.g., ethanol) for a few minutes to an hour.
  4. Scrub (if needed): Use a soft brush or pipe cleaner for stubborn residues.
  5. Rinse: Thoroughly rinse with distilled water to remove the cleaning solution and contaminants.
  6. Dry: Air dry in a clean, dust-free area or use filtered compressed air.
  7. Reassemble: Follow manufacturer instructions for proper reassembly.
  8. Test: Perform quality checks before using in applications.

Remember to document the cleaning process for traceability and safety.