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Gas filter TGS series
cartridgehigh-flowcarbon steel

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Designed for
Filtration element
Other characteristics
high-flow, carbon steel
Operating pressure

16 bar (232.06 psi)


Parker Zander TGS Series large flow fabricated filters for filtration of technical and industrial gases in applications up to 16 bar(g). The Parker Zander Purgas range of filters offer a wide range of filtration solutions for the removal of solid and liquid particles and vapours from critical industrial gases and natural gases. The TGS filter series is available for pressure level PN16, with higher pressure levels available upon request. They are constructed from high quality materials, manufactured using thorough cleaning and production methods and provide full traceability. The housings are made of fabricated carbon steel, internally and externally coated with a corrosion-inhibited compound, and also have an additional epoxy coating on their exterior for additional protection. All TGS filters are equipped with a stainless steel needle valve on the outlet, as standard. A variety of different filter elements are available: • Separator/demister inserts • Surface filtration elements for coarse separation • Micro filter elements for depth filtration • Cartridge inserts for the adsorption of oil vapours and moisture • As an option TGS Series filters can be supplied to meet with Ex II 2G classification Applications: Filtration of critical industrial gases and natural gases in fluid group 1 as per 97/23/EC directive (Pressure Equipment Directive) and Zones 1 and 2 as per directive 94/9/EC (ATEX Directive).


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