Filters play a vital role in the compressed air process. Depending on the end use, strict purity standards require a variety of contaminants to be removed, including oil aerosols, vapors and particulates. Contaminants can enter the compressed air from a variety of sources.
Compressed Air Filtration is Necessary
Compressed air filters protect your equipment from dust, dirt, oil and water. Dust will wear down your equipment (like the air motor in grinders, pneumatic actuators and it can make pneumatic control valves get stuck. Especially when the dirt and dust is combined with oil (which is often the case with compressors), a sticky mess can form inside valves, motors and other compressed air equipment.To protect your equipment, you need to install some compressed air filters.
Sizing Conversion Factor
For maximum flow rate,multiple modern flow rate show in below table by the conversion factor correspondinh to the working pressure
|Filtrations||5µ, 1µ, 0.01µ|
|Housing||Aluminum with power coated|
|End Connection||½“ to 2“|
|Working Pressure||2- 30 kg/sg.cm|
|Optional||D.P Gauge with Inbuild Autodrain|