Excelon® Oil Removing Filters for Oil and Odors - Discontinued
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- In-Line or Modular Installation
- Absorbing Type Activated Carbon Element Removes Oil Vapors and Most Hydrocarbon Odors
- Quick Release Bayonet Bowl
- Long Service Life of Filter Element
- Modular Installations with Excelon 72 and 74 Series Can be Made to Suit Particular Applications
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The F72C series has been discontinued. Please contact our Flow Engineering department for a viable replacement.
The H72V Series Air Line Oil Absorbing Filters are designed for use as a single in-line unit or as part of Norgren's Excelon® modular compressed air preparation supply system. As a modular component, this oil vapor filter can quickly be attached to other filters, oilers, smooth start / exhaust valves, safety lockout valves and pipe adapters. With our Quickclamp® and Quickclamp® and wall bracket accessories, a complete compressed air supply system can be assembled and mounted in minutes.
Please note: in order to remove oil vapors this unit must be installed downstream of a coalescing oil filter of the type F72C Series.
Fluid: Compressed air
Transparent Bowl: 10 bar (150 psig)
Metal Bowl: 17 bar (250 psig)
Transparent Bowl: -20 to 50°C(0 to 125°F)
Metal Bowl: -20 to 65°C (0 to 150°F)
Air Quality: Within ISO 8573-1, class 1 **(oil content) when installed downstream of an oil removal filter.
Maximum Remaining Oil Content in Outlet Air: 0.003 ppm at 20°C (70°F)
|Materials (F72V Models) |
Transparent Bowl: Polycarbonate
Guard for Transparent Bowl: Zinc
Metal Bowl: Zinc
Element: Activated carbon and polycarbonate
|Materials (F74V Models) |
Transparent Bowl: Polycarbonate with steel bowl guard
Metal Bowl: Aluminum
Element: Activated carbon and aluminum
Elastomers: Neoprene and nitrile *Air supply must be dry enough to avoid ice formation at temperatures below °C (35°F)