Compressed Air & Gas Filters / Separators

Removes liquid and solid contaminants from compressed gases

Our Compressed Air & Gas Filters/Separators are designed for those seeking practical solutions in filtration. These filters efficiently remove entrained liquids from air and gas flows, preventing downstream equipment from clogging. With available micron ratings from .3 microns at 99% efficiency, our filters ensure comprehensive filtration. The piston seal technology guarantees an effective seal of the element to the housing, enhancing performance. Our in-house vessel facility fabricates to the ASME Code stamp and PED 2014/68/EU standards, ensuring quality and compliance. Small skid packaging is available for convenience. Choose from housing designs suitable for pressure, ranging from 14.7 PSIA to 1440 PSIG, constructed with carbon and stainless steel materials. Our filters cater to a range of applications, including Natural Gas Fuel, Hydrogen, Flair Gas, Compressed Air, Industrial Gases, and Point of Use.

Key Features

  • Removes entrained liquids from air and gas flows
  • Prevents downstream equipment from liquid and solid clogging
  • Available micron ratings from .3 um @ 99% efficiency
  • Piston seal technology ensures effective sealing of element to housing
  • In-house vessel facility fabricates to ASME Code stamp & PED 2014/68/EU
  • Small skid packaging available
  • Housings designs from 14.7 PSIA– 1440 PSIG
  • Materials of construction include carbon and stainless steel
  • Housings are available with connection sizes ranging from 1⁄2 inch to 12”

Typical Applications

  • Natural Gas Fuel
  • Hydrogen
  • Flair Gas
  • Compressed Air
  • Industrial Gases
  • Point of use
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