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Oil vapor filter QDT
compressed airactivated carbonfor compressors

oil vapor filter
oil vapor filter
oil vapor filter
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Characteristics

Designed for
compressed air, oil vapor
Filtration element
activated carbon
Applications
for compressors
Other characteristics
high-efficiency
Filtration size

Min.: 20 µm

Max.: 310 µm

Operating pressure

Min.: 1 bar (14.504 psi)

Max.: 16 bar (232.06 psi)

Flow

Min.: 20 l/s (5.283 us gal/s)

Max.: 310 l/s (81.893 us gal/s)

Fluid temperature

Min.: 15 °C (59 °F)

Max.: 75 °C (167 °F)

Description

The high-efficiency activated carbon tower removes oil vapor and odors from your compressed air set-up. Our UD+ QDT filter combination is certified for meeting the requirements of air purity class 1 for total oil, according to ISO 8573-1:2010. Maximum oil vapor removal The QDT’s superb activated carbon material with high absorption capacity guarantees air purity over its entire lifecycle, with service intervals of one year or 4,000 operating hours, whichever comes first. Energy savings With optimization of the internal flow path, the tower improves energy efficiency by an average 65 percent. Easy installation Either with the self-supporting floor mounting or the optional wall mounting kit, installation of our QDT is easy and straightforward. Peace of mind Our QDT provides peace of mind with its robust head and housing design, along with its spring-loaded activated carbon bags to avoid channelling. Small footprint Compared to traditional vessel designs the QDT is extremely compact. Measuring air purity An optional oil indicator measures the oil downstream, giving you reassurance of air purity at all times.

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