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KAESER FILTER products are the key components for supplying compressed air of all purity classes as per the ISO 8573-1 standard and they achieve this with extremely low differential pressure. Furthermore, their service-friendly design not only allows simple, error-free opening and closing of the filter housing, but also enables quick and clean element changes. KAESER FILTER products are available in four filter grades. 12 housing sizes provide efficient filtration for flow rates from 0.6 to 32.0 m³/min.
The KAESER FILTER range uses modern deep-pleated filter media to remove particles and aerosols. A highly effective carbon fibre mat traps oil vapours. Together with innovative flow dynamics, they deliver 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 “Lloyd’s Register” testing agency.
KAESER FILTER products feature a corrosion-resistant aluminium housing and stable filter elements. The practical bayonet lock ensures automatic positioning of the housing and element seals, Both seals are components of the filter element. This means that a filter housing can be sealed only if a filter element has been inserted. A locking screw prevents unintentional opening of the housing when under pressure and also provides housing venting.
The efficiency of a compressed air filter depends most of all on pressure loss. KAESER FILTER products feature generously sized housings and filter surfaces, innovative flow dynamics and high-performance filter media. These features result in up to 50% lower pressure loss in comparison to other filters on the market – a value that remains virtually constant throughout the entire service life of the filter element. This reduces the load on upstream compressors, thereby creating the potential for significant reductions in costs and CO2 emissions.