FILTER UNITS FOR OIL MIST REDUCE – OIL/R SERIES 4
Max Delivery 2355 CFM - Nominal Air Flow 2120 CFM - Power 4 HP
With prefilter and rigid pocket filter
The polluted air with the oil mist from the machine application enters the OIL STOP and passes through the first stage centrifugal/mechanical separating chamber, which is comprised of a helicoidal system and a metal screen. The centrifugal inlet chamber has the same cross section as the intake opening thereby reducing the possibility of pressure drop.Due to the centrifugal force created by the airspeed inside the centrifugal separator, the heavy mist impacts the helicoidal insert and separates from the air. The screen in the chamber prevents from re-entering the air flow, and drives it to slide along the walls of the chamber and fall below by gravity, onto the oil collection hopper. Oil is then collected in a small tank or through a syphon for continuous discharge and recycled if required.A large portion of the oil droplets in suspensionat this point have been separated, and the airnow passes through the mechanical drop separator (Optional in the OIL STOP, OIL STOP R andRH. Standard in the M, MR and MRH version)and the wire metal mesh pre-filter.
Due to the efficient operation of these three levels of filtration, all oil mist has been removed from the air stream.
To further remove any possible remaining impurities, like micro mists and oil vapors/fumes, the air passes through a high efficiency pleated filter, which is made of ultra fine glass fiber filtering material and finally crossing the HEPA filter (OIL STOP/RH and MRH models). The air is finally exhausted through the discharge grate located on the top of the OIL STOP.