Current Region: Germany (EN)
Air contaminated with mineral or synthetic lubricant and water aerosols enters the NL Module housing...
1 - Air flows horizontally through a deep filter bed
2 - Sub-micron particles collect on individual bed fibers and coalesce to form droplets
3 - As the droplets move through the filter bed, they become larger and their resulting weight forces them to drop to the bottom of the housing
4 - Low internal velocity prevents oil re-entrainment, while the large surface area keeps the pressure drop very low over the life of the element. The long residence time through the deep filter bed ensures the highest coalescing efficiency. Automatic or manual drains can be used to discharge lubricant and water that accumulate in the bottom of the housing
5 - Compressed air and drain hookups are all that’s required to integrate an NL Module into your compressed air system — no electricity is used. No loss drains are included with each model.
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