Compressed air frequently contains dust, oil, rust, moisture and other harmful substances, and therefore requires filtration. In the first stage of filtration, the compressed air passes through a tube-shaped mesh filter, which creates a coalescence effect. Here bigger particles are adsorbed on the filter and the water will condense into larger droplets, which can then pass into the separation chamber. The compressed air is slowed down, which makes the particles condense on a honeycomb-like pad, allowing the water droplets to travel to the bottom of the drainage system and through an Manual or automatic or electric drain valve to the discharge. In the first filtration stage more than 95% of the water droplets, oil and large particles are removed.
In the second filtration stage the air is passed through fiber made of cotton, generating thousands of small vortices and accelerating the air.
|Air Quality as per ISO 8573 - 1|
|Colored elements for specific grades|
|Low Pressure drop|
|Capacity||:||10 cfm – 1000 cfm|
|Inlet Air Pressure||:||16 barg (Max)|
|Inlet Air Temperature||:||45 Deg C|