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gas filter gas filter - J series


  • Designed for:

    gas, compressed air

  • Filtration element:


  • Other characteristics:


  • Filtration size:

    Min.: 0.01 mm (0 in)

    Max.: 100 mm (3.937 in)

  • Operating pressure:

    345 bar (5,003.802 psi)

  • Flow rate:

    Min.: 1,095 ft³/min (31.007 m³/min)

    Max.: 8,745 ft³/min (247.631 m³/min)


Parker’s Finite Filter Operation offers a variety of high pressure compressed air and gas filters. With our wide range of elements, we have a solution for every stage of compression, as well as at the point of use. Whether you are storing high pressure air or gas or using a continuous flow, count on Parker to protect your equipment from contamination. Parker Finite is the solution to ending high pressure contamination fouling.
Parker’s Finite Filter Operation’s J-Series Filters are designed to filter contaminants such as rust, pipe scale, compressor lube oil, and water from compressed gases. These filters are often used in high pressure CNG systems, not only as inter-stage filters in the multi-stage compression of the gas, but also in the storage and delivery of the gas for CNG powered vehicles.
Parker’s varied media choices remove up to 99.995% of both solid and liquid aerosols, and contaminants as small as 0.01 microns in size. An activated carbon media is also available which removes oil vapor. This stage of filtration is often used as the final filter before the storage of high pressure breathing air used by scuba divers, firefighters, and others who utilize portable breathing devices.
The filter housings and the replaceable elements used in this product line have an extremely robust construction, specially designed for use in system pressures up to 5,000 psig. Five housing sizes and two thread styles (NPT or SAE) are available with connections ranging from 1/4” to 2”; temperatures up to 350°F, and flows up to 26,000 SCFM at 5,000 PSIG.