AIMS offers an extensive range of plastic and metal miniature in-line filters, with a barb or threaded ends and stainless steel mesh or high density polyethylene filter material.

In-Line Filters

170/172/173 Series Filters
426 Series Filters
695 Series Filters
1011 Series Filters


170/172/173 Series Filters

Operating Pressure: Model#M-170 0-500 PSI
Model#M-172 0-125 PSI
Model#M-173 0-500 PSI
CV: Model 170: 0.9, Model 172: 0.03, Model 173: 0.8
Temperature: -25°F to 200°F
*Note: Model F3, 400° Max
Body: Electroless Nickel Plated Brass

* Specifications may vary depending on elastomer, environment and media.

426 Series Filters

Maximum Operating Pressure — 125 psi
Maximum Operating Temperature — 140°F
Filter Area Open Diameter — .250

The 426 Series Filter design promotes multiple configurations to fit the exact use application. The standard body material is gray PVC. The PVC is an NSF Standard 61 Approved Material. Nylon and Glass Filled Polypropylene are available for chemical resistance applications. There are three Micron ranges available:

Filter Material Fine 15-45 Micron UHMWPE (Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene)
Medium 45-90 Micron HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)
Coarse 125-175 Micron PP (Polypropylene)

695 Series Filters

Cracking Pressure: 1 PSI — Standard
Operating Pressure: 0 -125 PSI
CV: .1 to .2
Temperature: 140° max
Body: White Nylon or Natural Polypropylene
Ball and Spring: 302 Stainless Steel — Standard

* Specifications may vary depending on elastomer, environment and media.

Larger check valves available. Request information for specifications
For more corrosion resistance, Hastelloy "C" springs with teflon ball available

1011 Series Filters

In-Line Filters are designed for the removal of most visible particulate in aqueous solutions and gas streams.

In-Line Filters housings are manufactured in Nylon, Polypoylene and Clear Polycarbonate materials and are assembled with either a Stainless Steel filter or a High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) filter.

Stainless Steel are mesh filters with 100 mesh count for larger particles or 200 mesh count for fine particle removal. HDPE filters are fiber filters with a 45 to 90 micron density (HDPE 4903) for larger particles or a 90 to 130 micron density (HDPE 4913) for fine particle removal.





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