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52YT64 K10 UNSPSC # 40161515

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Paper Hydraulic Filter Element, 10 Micron Rating, Primary Filter Removes Contaminants

  • Item # 52YT64
  • Mfr. Model # K10
  • UNSPSC # 40161515
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Cartridge filter elements are used to replace worn, damaged, or dirty OEM cartridge elements of the same size. Hydraulic filter elements get dirty as a normal part of the filtering process and need to be changed to ensure the system is functioning as intended. Filters can also be changed to meet cleaning needs, such as when higher or lower filter ratings are desired.

Hydraulic interchangeable filter elements are used to replace existing OEM filters in hydraulic systems when they become full or dirty. Hydraulic filter elements get dirty as a normal part of the filtering process and need to be changed to ensure the system is functioning as intended. Filters can also be changed to meet cleaning needs, such as when higher or lower filter ratings are desired.

Technical Specs

  • Item Hydraulic Filter Element
  • Micron Rating 10
  • Filter Media - Filters Paper
  • Max. Pressure 150 psi
  • Primary Filter Removes Contaminants
  • Hydac Interchange 5.0309D10P
  • Schroeder Interchange K10
  • Parker Interchange 925520
  • Pall Interchange HC9700FKS9H
  • Collapse Rating 150 psid
  • Seal Material Nitrile
  • For ISO Cleanliness Code 1000
  • For Use With Hydraulic Fluid

Cartridge filter elements are used to replace worn, damaged, or dirty OEM cartridge elements of the same size. Hydraulic filter elements get dirty as a normal part of the filtering process and need to be changed to ensure the system is functioning as intended. Filters can also be changed to meet cleaning needs, such as when higher or lower filter ratings are desired.

Hydraulic interchangeable filter elements are used to replace existing OEM filters in hydraulic systems when they become full or dirty. Hydraulic filter elements get dirty as a normal part of the filtering process and need to be changed to ensure the system is functioning as intended. Filters can also be changed to meet cleaning needs, such as when higher or lower filter ratings are desired.

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