3/4" NPT, 106 CFM Activated Carbon Filter | AC106

$203.00
  • Capacity 100 - 199 CFM
    Compatibility Size 10 HP, 20 HP
    NPT Connection 3/4" NPT
    the ac-series filter is designed to remove oil vapor and odors.  the activated carbon media will absorb residual vapors by causing them to adhere to the activated carbon grain molecules.  the residual oil content is reduced to 0.008 mg/mg3 or less.  the ac filters are installed post coalescing filter such as the c or che.  they are equipped with a manual type drain.  the element is comprised of a thick carbon layer covered by a fiber coating.  the media is supported by stainless steel mesh screens.
    • product specification

      • capacity (cfm) @ 100/125 psi
        106 cfm @ 100 psi
      • max pressure (psi)
        232 psi
      • max working pressure
        232
      • max working temperature
        140 degrees
      • pressure drop dry
        1.45 psid
      • pressure drop max
        10 psid
      • pressure drop wet
        1.74 psid
    • overview & technical details

      • drain type
        float drain standard
      • iso
        8573-1
    • connection

      • connection npt
        3/4"
    • dimensions & weight

      • height (inch)
        11.02 "
      • width (inch)
        3.54"
      • weight (lbs)
        10.0000
    • warranty

      • standard warranty
        factory warranty
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