Filtration & Air Treatment

Great Lakes Air Filtration

GH Series - Filtration Products

Why is Compressed Air Filtration Required?

In one cubic foot of atmospheric air, there are millions of particles that are potentially harmful to your machines and
equipment. These particles are primarily made up of dust, bacteria, viruses, smoke, fumes, hydrocarbons, water,
oil and other contaminates derived from human and industrial activities. Roughly 80% of the contaminates are so
small that they will easily pass through your compressor’s intake filter. When this air is drawn into the compressor
intake and compressed to 100 PSIG the concentration of contamination is increased eight fold. The concentrated
contaminates will easily find their way into your process lines, causing frequent and expensive downtime of your
pneumatic equipment or adversely affecting the quality of your products. The incorporation of filtration into your
compressed air system will produce benefits in both productivity and product quality.


Filtration Grades & Specifications

High Efficiency
Coalescing Filtration
Grade - H
Utility Coalescing Filtration
Grade - PC
? High Quality Compressed Air Filtration
? Particle Removal Down to 0.01 Micron
? Max. Oil Carryover 0.008 PPM w/w
? Clean Dry Pressure Drop 1.4 PSID
? Oil Saturated Pressure Drop 3.0 PSID
? ISO 8573 (Class 1)
? General Compressed Air Filtration
? Particle Removal Down to 0.1 Micron
? Max. Oil Carryover 0.09 PPM w/w
? Clean Dry Pressure Drop 1.0 PSID
? Oil Saturated Pressure Drop 2.0 PSID
? ISO 8573 (Class 2)
Carbon Adsorption Filtration
Grade - V
Particulate Filtration
Grade - PP
? High purity extended surface area
      activated carbon removes hydrocarbon
      mist and vapor.
? Max. Oil Carryover 0.003 PPM w/w
? Nominal Pressure Drop 1.0 PSID
? Particulate Removal
? Particle removal down to 1 Micron
? Clean Dry Pressure Drop 1.0 PSID
? Outside / In Element Flow
?ISO 8573 (Class 3)