MP General Purpose Filter …Several families are offered
Sentry and Miniature Serie – 1/8, 1/4 and Tube Fittings Polycarbonate bowl is standard. Metal bowl is optional.
Guardsman Serie -- 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2 Polycarbonate bowl with metal shatterguard is standard. Metal bowl optional.
GuardsmanII Serie 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 and 3/4 Metal bowl with sight gauge is standard.
Vanguard and Vanguard High Capacity 3/4 to 2 Polycarbonate bowl with metal shatter guard is standard. Metal bowl optional with sight gauge. Metal bowl only 1 ¼”-2”
Coalescent 1/4 to 2” A 0.3-µm-rated coalescing ﬁlter element is standard in all coalescing units. They remove 99.99% of oil and solid contaminants larger than 0.3 µm. An optional 0.01-µm-rated element provides extremely ﬁne filtration, but at some reduction in air flow. However, in GUARDSMAN, GUARDSMAN II, SERIES 380, and VANGUARD ﬁlters there are available extended bowls with higher capacity coalescing elements for signiﬁcantly increased air ﬂows. Coalescing filters have epoxy-resin-coated, borosilicate, glass ﬁber elements. Liquids and solids are removed from the air stream by several different actions, namely:
IMPACTION: Particles larger than 1 µm collide with and adhere to the ﬁbers of the element.
INTERCEPTION: Particles 0.3 µm to 2 µm in size are molecularly attracted to the ﬁbers of the element, and this causes them to adhere.
DIFFUSION: Particles 0.001 µm to 0.3 µm in size move by random Brownian motion, thereby contacting and adhering to the ﬁbers of the element
Adsorbing Filter - Oil Vapor Removal The adsorbing ﬁlters are designed to remove vapors from the air line that cannot be removed by a coalescing ﬁlter. They produce air that is virtually free of oil and hydrocarbons as required by industries such as food processing, electronics, and instrumentation.
Clean Air Package port sizes ranging from 1/4 to 3/4. In critical applications when vapor impurities a are a potential problem, the installation of a Clean Air Package provides the solution. Ultra clean air is provided by using the particulate ﬁlters as the ﬁ rst line of defense against gross contaminants found in all air lines. Elements remove solid particles larger than 5 micron, while automatic drains eliminate liquid water and oil emulsions that collect in the sump area. The particulate ﬁlter serves as a pre-ﬁter to extend the life of the more costly coalescing element used for the next stage of ﬁltration.
The coalescing ﬁlter element will further clean the air of residual oil mists, aerosols, and minute particles, larger than 0.3 micron. A standard differential pressure gauge warns when the pressure drop exceeds 8 to 10 psi, indicating that the coalescing element should be changed.
Finally, the adsorber ﬁ lter will provide air, virtually free of oil and most hydrocarbons. It effectively eliminates odors from freons, alcohols, esthers, ketones, and up to 99% of most hydrocarbons.
MP Filter Quick Guide.pdf
MP Filter 1_8 to 2.pdf
MP Coalescing Filter.pdf
MP adsorbing filter.pdf
MP Clean Air Package.pdf
MP Info Basic Filter.pdf