Coalescing filters are designed to remove water, oil vapor and other contaminants from a compressed air or gas line. Our coalescing filters provide the highest level of clean compressed air with a minimum pressure loss. They are guaranteed to equal the specifications of the OEM filtration media and filter surface area. We offer high quality coalescing filter replacements for over other brands of coalescing filters and air/oil separators for air compressors and the industrial market. .
We use premium filtration media for our coalescing filter elements including borosilicate glass microfiber and specialty filtration medias. These filter medias can provide up to 99.97% removal of 0.01 microns and better. Standard options include General Purpose 1 Micron Filters, Oil Removal 0.01 Micron Filters, and 0.003 mg/µ3 Activated Carbon 0.01 Micron Filter Elements.
Oil filter elements are used to remove contaminants from oil in a compressor system. Required filtration efficiencies are obtained through the use of high grade filter media and consistent surface area control, obtained by a strict maintenance of pleat quantity and depth. Oil filter leakages are prevented by the positive seals obtained with both plastisol and epoxy encapsulation. Viton seals are used where applications of synthetic oil are typical.
Particulate filters, or after filters, are used to remove solid particulate contamination from your compressed air line. These coarse filters are typically located after a compressed air desiccant dryer and protect the more efficient filter downstream. Particulate filters can also be used at point of use to ensure clean compressed air.
We use high quality filtration media for our particulate filter elements including polyester, cellulose, synthetic media, fiberglass and specialty filtration medias. These filter medias can provide up to 99.97% removal of 1 micron and better. Standard options include micron ranges from 100 to 1 micron to meet the demands of nearly any particulate air filter application.
Our compressed air particulate filter elements are tough enough to hold their shape under pressure and maintain even pressure differentials to avoid collapsing of the filter element. They are guaranteed to meet or exceed the dimensions and specifications of the OEM filtration media and filter surface area