Finite Compressed Air and Gas Filters remove up to 99.999% of oil, water, and particulate contamination from compressed air or gas lines.
Why Filter Compressed Air?
Submicronic contaminants in compressed air systems plug orifices of sensitive pneumatic instrumentation, wear out seals, erode system components, reduce the absorptive capacity of desiccant air/gas dehydrators, foul heat transfer surfaces, reduce air tool efficiency, and damage finished products. The results include product rejects, lost production time and increased maintenance expense. For example, trace amounts of submicronic oil can cause serious fish eye blemishing in automotive finishing operations.
Water left in air lines can freeze during exposure to cold temperatures, blocking flow or rupturing pipes. Compressor lubricant not captured in a coalescing filter will eventually collect in pneumatic components, causing premature component repair or replacement. Environmental concerns will be raised if oily, compressed air is continually discharged into the atmosphere through a pneumatic muffler.
Finite Compressed Air and Gas Filters feature:
- Coalescing, particulate, and adsorption elements
- Pressures to 500 PSIG
- Connections from 1/4” to 3” NPT, BSPF & BSPT
- Flows from 10 to 1600 SCFM
Oil, Water, particulate removal (Coalescing Element)
- Air dryer prefilter
- Breathing Air
- Tool Protection
- Air Valve Protection
- Air Cylinder Protection
- Natural Gas Filtration
- Technical Gas Filtration
Particulate Removal (Particulate element)
- Desiccant Dryer Afterfilter
- Prefilter for Coalescer
- Systems with high concentrations of solid contamination
- Particulate protection for non-lubricated systems
Vapor removal (Adsorber element)
- Odor Removal
- Breathing Air
- Food Packing Equipment
- High Purity Lab Gases
- Hydrocarbon Vapor Removal