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Compressed air filters are used downstream of the compressor to remove contaminants like particulates, condensate and lubricant. There are three types of filters:

  1. Particulate filters remove solid particles 

  2. Coalescing filters remove lubricant and moisture.

  3. Adsorbent filters remove very fine contaminants. 

As a general practice, a particulate filter should be installed after a desiccant dryer to remove desiccant “fines.” A coalescing filter should be installed before a desiccant dryer to prevent fouling of the desiccant bed. Additional filtration may also be needed to minimize pressure drop and energy consumption and meet requirements for specific end uses. We offer a variety of filters to meet your needs. For assistance in selecting the right filter for your application, email us or call us at 1-800-322-9038.

  • GP-19 General Purpose Filter

    Removes oil, water, condensate, dust, metal particles and pipescale down to 0.1 micron (solid), 0.5 mg/m3 (liquid). 

  • HE-19 High Efficiency Coalescing Filter 

    Removes solid and liquid contaminants down to 0.01 microns (solid), 0.01 mg/m3 (liquid).

  • AC-19 Standard Activated Carbon Filter

    High efficiency carbon filter. Removes oil vapor and odor from compressed air. Maximum remaining oil carryover is
  • NLM Filter Module

    Removes particles down to .1 micron at 99.98 percent efficiency with a guaranteed 2 psig or less pressure drop for five years. 

  • Standard Dust Particulate Filter

    Removes particles 1 micron or greater from dried compressed air. Should be used for after-filter applications. 


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