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Water separator filter OIL-X Grade WS
compressed aircartridgecarbon steel

water separator filter
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Characteristics

Designed for
water, compressed air
Filtration element
cartridge
Other characteristics
carbon steel
Operating pressure

Min.: 1 bar (14.504 psi)

Max.: 16 bar (232.06 psi)

Flow rate

Min.: 21 ft³/min (0.595 m³/min)

Max.: 14,885 ft³/min (421.496 m³/min)

Description

Die cast aluminium and fabricated carbon steel water separators for the efficient removal of bulk liquid contamination from a compressed air supply, providing flow rates up to 25920 m³/h @ 7 bar g. Bulk water which exists in all compressed air systems causes problems - corrosion of piping, permanent damage to valves, cylinders, pneumatic tools, machinery and reducing the effectiveness of aftercoolers/heat exchangers. Over 99% of bulk water can be easily and economically removed by installing a Parker domnick hunter OIL-X Grade WS high efficiency water separator. Now, your compressed air system will operate much more efficiently with reduced downtime and maintenance costs. Grade WS technology will also improve the effectiveness of aftercoolers, refrigerant dryers, filters and other downstream equipment. Features • The world’s most energy efficient water separators • For the removal of bulk condensed water and liquid oil • Used to protect coalescing filters from bulk liquid contamination • Tested in accordance with ISO8573-9 Benefits • High liquid removal efficiencies at all flow conditions • Cost effective • Low maintenance • Very low differential pressure • Removes rust and pipescale

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