All compressed air systems require dry, clean air, and environmentally sound disposal of by-products. That is why support from Gardner Denver does not stop at the compressor or blower stage of your system. Rust, oil vapors, wear particles, air pollution, industrial gases, and humidity all foul pressurized air flows. Proper removal of these contaminants is essential in preventing costly damage to air tools, machine centers, gauges, and other critical components.
Gardner Denver FIL Series Filters are built with quality in every housing. Filters range from 20-21250 scfm. The seven filtration grades provide ISO 8573.1 standard air quality.
Gardner Denver has developed an innovative filter design for the compressed air filtration market. These filters have an element secured in a canister housing, similar to an automotive oil filter, which eliminates complications while changing the element. FSG Series filters have a flow range of 20-350 SCFM.
Gardner Denver FHP coalescing filters remove wWater droplets and solid particles to 0.01 micron. The flow range for the five grades of filtration in the FHP Series product line range from 480-28,380 SCFM.
Gardner Denver FME Series Mist Eliminators provide extra protection, capture and retain large slugs of oil and water, protects downstream equipment from contamination should oil separator on rotary screw compressor fail, increase the life of pneumatic equipment, helps eliminate paint appearance and adhesion problems, and keeps pneumatic instruments operating.
Coalescing compressed air filters are probably the single most important items of compressed air treatment equipment in a compressed air system. They are designed to remove aerosols (droplets) of oil and water using mechanical filtration techniques, and also to remove solid particulate to very low levels (as small as 0.01micron in size).
OIL-X EVOLUTION MV Medical Vacuum Filters are designed for critical applications involving the removal of liquid, solid and bacterial contamination from the suction side of vacuum pump systems, preventing damage to the pump and the potential biological infection of the surrounding environment.
Oil vapour is oil in a gaseous form and will pass through a coalescing filter just as easily as the compressed air. Therefore, oil vapour removal filters must be employed as these provide a large bed of activated carbon adsorbent for the effective removal of oil vapour, providing the ultimate protection against oil contamination.