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Looking for a filter rental? We rent and sell many different types of rental filtration equipment, including filter bag housings and filter cartridge housings for liquid applications, as well as various portable filter carts for use with transfer and replenishment operations. We also keep a rather large inventory of filter vessels and vacuum dehydrators in our rental fleet, ready to serve your diverse needs. Below is just a partial list of the filtration equipment rentals that we have available, both in stainless steel and carbon steel. We also carry a large inventory of replacement filter bags and filter cartridges in a wide variety of micron ratings to meet your requirements. Our filter rentals are typically available in a flow rate range anywhere from 5 GPM to 1,800 GPM.backdrop

If you are interested in renting a filtration unit but do not see what you need contact us today with your application requirements and we will be happy to assist you! Here are some example applications:

  • Particulate Removal
  • Water Removal
  • Clay Treaters
  • Liquid Coalescing and Separating
  • Turbine Oil Conditioning
  • Portable Filter Carts
  • Skid-Mounted Filter Systems
  • Custom-Fabricated Systems
  • Refinery Upset Conditions
  • Varnishing
  • Amine Glycol Filtration
  • Hydraulic Reservoir Maintenance
  • Complete Filtration Systems (5 GPM – 5,000 GPM)
  • Emergency Rental Vessels
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  1. Linda Covert permalink
    March 9, 2017 8:59 AM

    I am interested in a rental, before I purchase this unit. 5GPM flow rate on the SPC Spin-On Filter Cart. Let me know what your policy is.

    Thanks, Linda Covert, email:

    • March 31, 2017 11:50 AM

      Good day Ms. Covert. Thank you for your comment and interest in our SFC spin-on filter cart. In order to properly respond to your request please send us a request for quote directly through the contact form on our main website, making sure to include details such as the following:

      1. Fluid: What is the fluid that requires filtering? Please provide a) the name and/or type of the fluid and b) the viscosity of the fluid. (These are the most important factors in determining the type of filter to use for your system.)

      2. Volume: How many gallons of fluid will you be filtering? This will help us in determining the size of the pump that will fit your application.

      3. Contaminants: What contaminants do you wish to remove? Do you have a target cleanliness level that you’d like to reach or a target ISO 4406 code?

      4. Power: What are the electrical requirements? Is 110/230 volt okay? Single or three phase? Frequency of 50 or 60 Hertz? And do you require an explosion-proof motor? (if you’re not sure, this option is more expensive, and is best for dangerous environments that are susceptible to sparks and potential combustion, for example inside or around oil refineries)

      5. Connections: How would you connect the unit do your system? Would you require hoses? Do you prefer any specific type of connection or connector? If so, what connection type, diameter, and length would you like? Our standard hoses measure 3 meters (10 feet). Would you require suction wands to pull the fluid from a reservoir?

      After we know this information we would be happy to provide you with a quotation for the SFC spin-on filter cart, or the most appropriate solution depending on your particular situation.

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