Compressed air filters feature minimal pressure differential

High performance filters from HPC KAESER provide filtration for flow rates from 0.60 to 14.20 m³ /min (21.2 to 501.5 cfm) and with minimal pressure differential.

The devices have large housings and filter surfaces along with innovative flow-through and high performance filter media.  These features result in up to 50% less pressure loss in comparison to other typically available filters and an overall performance which remains constant throughout their service life, says the company.

The filters achieve a residual aerosol content of 0.01 mg/m³ and a saturation differential pressure of no more than 200 mbar. Low pressure differential means lower energy consumption.

The range covers four different element grades for effective filtration of aerosols, dust and oil vapours so that compressed air can be treated to suit the needs of the specific application in accordance with ISO 8573-1 purity classes.  They are suitable for pressures up to 16 bar at temperatures of up to 66° C and are available in nine model sizes for flow volumes up to 14.2 m³/min (501.5 cfm).

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