Air Inlet Filter Assembled (Polymer Housing)
The Multi-phase 132U nanometer filtration material used in Symflow filters, exclusively developed by Apureda and HV(Hollingsworth & Vose), has been designed with type “W” materials containing high polymer implanted technology. These materials meet the high demands of tensile strength, tear strength, burst strength, precision, and weather fastness. The accuracy of nanometer melt-blown membranes exceeds market standards. Symflow air filters can be restored using this unique material after blowback treatment, and with proper maintenance, maintain a service life of up to 3000 hours.
The housing is made of impact-resistant polypropylene and the support is composed of strengthened nylon and a stainless-steel spring sheet. The support and the cylinder may be assembled at different positions to make it more convenient for customer operation. The inlet air separation is centrifugal and most particulates will go to the Dust Trap Valve. The air will then pass the filter element for a fine filtration before delivering it to the compressor Easing Valve. The filter element is a metal-free mesh structure that is more convenient for recycling. The continuous working temperature range is -40F°~176F°.