KAESER FILTER products are key components in delivering compressed air of all purity classes in accordance with ISO 8573-1 and they perform their duties with minimal pressure differential. Moreover, their service-friendly design not only ensures simple, error-free opening and closing of the filter housing, but also allows quick and clean element changes. KAESER FILTER products are available in four filter grades. Nine housing sizes provide efficient filtration for flow rates from 0.60 to 14.20 m³/min.
The KAESER FILTER range uses modern deeppleated filter media to remove particles and aerosols. A highly effective carbon fibre mat traps oil vapours. Together with innovative through-flow, it delivers exceptional filtration efficiency with minimal pressure loss. The impressive performance data of KAESER FILTER products have been determined in accordance with ISO 12500 and confirmed by the independent testing agency “Lloyd’s Register”.
KAESER FILTER equipment uses filter elements with specially flow-optimised element heads. The filter inlet is offset towards the air inlet, which in turn increases the flow cross-section at the air discharge side and further contributes to outstanding filter efficiency with minimal pressure loss.
Generously-dimensioned connection flanges on KAESER FILTER products help keep pressure losses to an absolute minimum. Since KAESER FILTER products are available with air connection flanges of various sizes, there is no need for reducer sections when connecting to different air distribution networks.
The advanced polyester material of the filter drainage layer ensures rapid and efficient oil drainage (left). Moreover, to achieve optimum filtration and contam- inant retention with minimal pressure loss, KAESER particulate and coalescence filters feature high void volume filter media (right).
Fitted as standard to KAESER particle and coalescence filters, the differential pressure gauge enables users to check filter efficiency at a glance. Furthermore, the contaminant and clean air side are reliably isolated from one another.