Coalescing / Oil-Removing Filter
Coalescing / Oil-Removing Filter. Coalescing filters function in a different way from general purpose filters. Air flows from inside to outside through a coalescing media. Coalescing by definition means “to come together.” It is a continuous process by which small aerosols come in contact with the fibers in the filter media uniting with other collected aerosols and growing to emerge as a droplet on the downstream surface of the media which by its weight is gravitationally drained away. For maximum performance and efficiency, coalescing filters should be preceded by a general purpose filter.
- Pipe Size: 1/2 inch
- Bowl Type: metal
- Operating Temperature: 40 to 160 degree F
- Maximum Flow Pressure: 250 psig. 37 SCFM maximum
- 9 oz. bowl capacity
- overnight drain
- .01 micron filter element.
- Removes submicron particles, particularly oil.
- Applications include paint spraying, pneumatic control instrumentation, printing and protection of air bearings.
- For maximum efficiency, a pre-filter needs to installed upstream of oil-removing filter.
- Weight: 5.00 lbs.