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Air filter H series

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Designed for
Filtration element
Other characteristics
high-efficiency, chemical, for high-pressure applications, stainless steel
Operating pressure

Min.: 0 bar (0 psi)

Max.: 350 bar (5,076.321 psi)

Flow rate

Min.: 15 l/s (3.963 us gal/s)

Max.: 944 l/s (249.378 us gal/s)


Our H filters provide exceptional air purity for high-pressure applications spreading over a wide pressure range. Often used in chemical or food and beverage industries. Guaranteed safety All high pressure filter housings are hydraulically tested to ensure safe and stable operation at all times. A hydrostatic test certificate is supplied with every filter. Maximum contaminant removal Our high pressure filter ensures maximum removal of dry and wet dust, particulates, oil aerosol and water droplets through its high-efficiency glass fiber and fleece media. Energy savings The optimal design and filter media used for our compressed air filters minimize pressure drop and keep running costs down. Reliable High-quality materials like stainless steel cores, double O-rings, epoxy sealed caps and anti-corrosive coated filter housings ensure high performance and reliability. Wide range Our wide range of applications includes 4 pressure variants, 9 sizes and 5 grades. Moreover the H filters can be used for both air and nitrogen at high pressures. Exceptional air purity at high pressure Our high pressure filters efficiently reduce oil aerosol, dry and wet dust, particulates, water droplets and oil vapour in your compressed air stream to protect your investment, equipment and processes. Our high pressure filtration solutions are engineered to cost-effectively provide the best air purity and meet today’s increasing quality demands up to working pressures of 350 bar.


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