Industrial Mist Filter System: V-series
The V-series is a self-contained VERTICAL FLOW mist filter system for medium-to-large air flow volumes and can be connected to single or multiple sources. The V-series is designed to occupy a minimum of valuable floor space, by stacking the various internal stages in a vertical configuration with a cabinet structure designed to sit directly on the floor. The powerful fan is located on the top of the unit after the filters with a discharge grille blowing the clean air upward away from occupants. The mist collected from the process is separated from the air stream through the Oil Screen filter stages. A secondary polishing filter and final HEPA filter enable this system to be connected to processes generating smoke or with a large concentration of airborne solid particulate. Fluids that are separated from the air stream are collected for appropriate disposal or re-use in the process. The V-series mist collector can be mounted in a convenient location and ducted to the process. Service access is through the front hinged access doors and from the top. The air circulation is provided by a direct-drive high-static fan located in the clear air stream on the unit. This fan is statically and dynamically balanced to ensure quiet, smooth operation.
The proprietary technology in the Oil Screen mist filter separates the mist droplets from the air stream through a vortex-impingement action. The filters are conveniently packaged into a metal frame, 2 inches thick for simple removal and cleaning. As the mist-laden air passes through the Oil Screen filter a vortex action in the air stream separates the mist droplets an efficiency of greater than 95%. The clean air exits the filter while the separated liquids are drained downward into a reservoir for return to the process or disposal as desired. The separators are permanent, washable and re-usable.
Save operating costs and realize a rapid return on your investment through:
  1. Reduced maintenance and dramatically less process downtime.
  2. Recovery of expensive process fluids.
  3. Energy savings by eliminating the need to exhaust conditioned air outdoors.
  4. Cost savings by reducing replacement of disposable filters.
  5. Reduced energy consumption compared to other mist filter or exhaust systems.
  6. Increased operational safety.
  7. Improved workplace health and safety.