Pneumatic Air Filters

Pneumatic Air Filters

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As low as £54.80 £45.67
Size: MS4, MS6, MS9

Pneumatic Connection: 1/4, 1/8, 1/2, 3/8, 1, 3/4

Flow Direction: Right to Left, Left to Right

Flow Rate Characteristic: Standard, High Flow Rate

Body Material: Plastic Bowl Guard, Integrated Metal Bowl



As low as £92.50 £77.08
Pneumatic Connection: G1/2, G3/4, G3/8, 1

Degree of Filtration (μm): 0.01 micron, 1 micron

Condensate Drain: Semi-automatic Manual Drain, Automatic Drain, Depressuring Drain, Protected, Without Drain with 1/8 Connection



As low as £24.11 £20.09
Size: MAXI, MIDI, MINI, MICRO

Pneumatic Connection: 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 3/4, 3/8, Without Connecting Plates, M5, M7, QS4, QS6

Degree of Filtration (μm): 5 micron, 40 micron

Condensate Drain: Fully Automatic, Manual Rotary, Semi-automatic



As low as £54.80 £45.67
Size: MS12, MS4, MS6, MS9

Pneumatic Connection: Without Connecting Plates, 1/4, 1/8, 1/2, 3/8, 1, 3/4

Flow Direction: Left to Right, Right to Left

Flow Rate Characteristic: Standard, High Flow Rate

Body Material: Integrated Metal Bowl, Plastic Bowl Guard

Degree of Filtration (μm): 0.01 micron, 1 micron

Condensate Drain: Fully Automatic, Manual Rotary

Filter Change Sensor: With Differential Pressure Indicator, None



As low as £53.64 £44.70
Size: MAXI, MIDI, MINI

Pneumatic Connection: 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 3/4, 3/8, Without Connecting Plates

Condensate Drain: Fully Automatic, Manual Rotary

Filter Change Sensor: None, With Differential Pressure Indicator



As low as £23.82 £19.85
Size: 1, 2

Pneumatic Connection: G1/4, G1/8

Body Material: Transparent PA12 (Standard), Nickel Plated Brass

Degree of Filtration: 25 micron, 5 micron, 0.01 micron

Condensate Drain: Semi-automatic Manual Drain, Without Drain with 1/8 Connection, Depressurisation (Normal Cup Only), Depressurisation, Protected (Normal Cup Only)



As low as £53.64 £44.70
Size: MAXI, MIDI, MINI

Pneumatic Connection: 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 3/4, 3/8, Without Connecting Plates



As low as £40.01 £33.34
Pneumatic Connection: G1/2, G3/4, G3/8, 1

Degree of Filtration (μm): 25 micron, 5 micron

Condensate Drain: Semi-automatic Manual Drain, Automatic Drain, Depressuring Drain, Protected, Without Drain with 1/8 Connection



As low as £27.82 £23.18
Size: MS12, MS4, MS6, MS9

Pneumatic Connection: Without Connecting Plates, 1/4, 1/8, 1/2, 3/8

Design Structure: Plastic Bowl Guard, Integrated Metal Bowl Guard

Degree of Filtration (μm): 5 micron, 40 micron

Condensate Drain: Fully Automatic, Manual Rotary



As low as £53.64 £44.70
Size: MAXI, MIDI, MINI

Pneumatic Connection: 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 3/4, 3/8, Without Connecting Plates

Condensate Drain: Fully Automatic, Manual Rotary

Filter Change Sensor: None, With Differential Pressure Indicator



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Filters are a key component of compressed air preparation. The air that comes out of the compression chamber is full of contaminants, such as water vapour from condensation and dirt of various kinds. Particulates creep into the air from the atmosphere, from the pipework and the air hoses, and can include oils and chemicals as well as rust and dust. This contaminated air cannot be permitted to enter into the works of sensitive power tools and equipment, so it must first be cleaned and the particulates filtered out.

What Are Filters?

Air line filters are used to remove these contaminants from the air in pneumatic systems, which might otherwise cause equipment damage and downtime, with consequent production losses. Filters come in three basic types, including vapour removal filters, oil removal filters (also called coalescing filters) and general purpose filters. Typical pneumatic filters for commercial use can remove microscopic particles from the air, and can be installed in a series of primary and secondary filters, or in a membrane type that allows only air particles to pass through it.

Primary filters remove condensation and water vapour, as well as the larger particulates such as physical contaminants (dust, rust, pollens). Secondary or coalescing filters can remove even more minute particles from the air stream, such as odours, fumes, mist, vapour, oil, moisture and other nanometric sized particles.

End user applications for filtered compressed air include biomedical and clean room environments, food and beverage processing and packaging, marine and aviation applications, analytical instrumentation and many more.