Liquid filter F 0460, F 3500
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liquid filter
liquid filter
liquid filter
liquid filter
liquid filter
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Designed for
liquid, compressed air
Filtration element
Filtration method
dust, process
carbon steel
Other characteristics

Max.: 31,000 m³/h (1,094,754.668 ft³/h)

Min.: 2,760 m³/h (97,468.48 ft³/h)

Operating pressure

7 bar (101.526 psi)

Filtration size

Max.: 1 µm

Min.: 0.01 µm


Ambient temperature: 25°C Working pressure: 7 bar Max working pressure: 16 bar Inlet air temperature: 20°C Max inlet air temperature: 100°C (60°C on CF) QF - Pre-filter suitable for the removal of solid particles down to 1 micron including liquids, emulsions and oil particles. The strong mechanical resistance makes this filter the ideal initial protection of a compressed air system to retain impurities and, for example, it is suitable as a post-filter for adsorption dryers. PF - HF - Interception type filters suitable for solid and oil particles up to 0,1 micron - 0,1 mg/m³ (PF) and 0,01 micron - 0,01 mg/m³ (HF). These filters, by means of the impact, interception and coalescing principles, compel the submicronic liquid particles, which from the inside strain through the element, to collide and thus become larger micro droplets, which will drip the bottom of the filter housing. CF - There are treatments in industrial plants which in addition to oil free air, require the elimination of oil vapors and odors. For these purposes, the activated carbon filter through the adsorption process attracts all odors and vapors left after desoiling and keep them on the surface of the activated carbon grain molecules. Owing to this PF or HF filters have to be placed before the CF filters. The element is made by thick activated carbon layer covered by fiber coating kept in place by an inside and outside stainless steel wall.



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