225 micron Felt filter bag – 100(4″) / 260(10.5″)



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The 225 micron Felt Filter Bag is a type of filtration media used in various industrial or commercial applications, such as water treatment or chemical processing. It is made of felt material and has a pore size of 225 microns, allowing it to capture and retain particles of that size or larger. It comes in two sizes: 4 inch (100) and 10.5 inch (260). The felt filter bag can be easily cleaned or replaced for ongoing filtration performance.  
4.65 lbs
16.50 × 7 × 11 in


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