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HF Series Compressed Air Filters Flows from 20 to 21,250 scfm (34 to 36.119 m 3 /h) Maximum working conditions of 300 psig & 150°F (21 bar, 66°C)

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1 HF Series Compressed Air Filters Flows from 20 to 21,250 scfm (34 to m 3 /h) Maximum working conditions of 300 psig & 150°F (21 bar, 66°C)

2 The Objective Quality & reliability Energy Savings Product Communication HF SERIES FILTERS

3 Hankison Quality is Built into Every Housing Epoxy coated interior and exterior Threaded discharge connection Bayonet head to bowl connection up to 170 scfm (289 m 3 /h) Thermoset polyurethane liquid level indicator Every housing tested to a 5:1 factor of safety HF SERIES FILTERS

4 Hankison Quality is Built into Every Filter Element All stainless steel inner and outer cores Complete seam welded cores having a burst pressure of 65 psid (4.5 bar) Coated foam sleeves providing protection against chemical attacks 100% silicone free HF SERIES FILTERS

5 Complete Filter Offering Seven grades of filtration allow systems to be precisely customized Each element grade is tested to international standards HF SERIES FILTERS

6 Grade 11 - Bulk Liquid Separator A labyrinth style flow path removes liquid water from the air stream by forcing abrupt directional changes Liquid water impinges on the walls of the internal cores while the air stream flows easily through the labyrinth, providing minimal pressure losses Efficient to 5% of rated flow Removes up to 30,000 ppm liquid contamination at efficiencies greater than 90% HF SERIES FILTERS

7 Grade 9 - Separator/Filter 99% efficient at removing up to 25,000 ppm liquid water from an air stream In-depth coalescing bed captures solid and liquid contaminates 3 micron in size and larger HF SERIES FILTERS

8 Grade 7 - Air Line Filter Coarse coalescing filter capable of providing ISO class 2 solid and class 3 oil content air Captures and removes particles 1.0 micron and larger in size Remaining oil content as low as 1.0 mg/m 3 Extends life of fine coalescing Filters HF SERIES FILTERS

9 Grade 6 - Desiccant Afterfilter Designed to remove solid particles down to 1.0 micron in size in a dry air flow Long life afterfilter for heatless desiccant dryers Outside/in flow, extends the usable life of the filter HF SERIES FILTERS

10 Grade 5 - High Efficiency Coalescing Oil Removal Filter Capable of providing ISO class 1 Solid and Class 1 oil content air quality Captures % of all oil aerosols Reduces oil aerosol content to ppm (0.01 mg/m 3 ) HF SERIES FILTERS

11 Grade 3 - Maximum Efficiency Coalescing, Oil Removal Filter Capable of providing air quality greater than ISO class 1 solids and oil content air quality Captures % of all oil aerosols Reduces oil aerosol content to ppm (0.001 mg/m 3 ) Best suited to critical applications HF SERIES FILTERS

12 Grade 1 - Oil Vapor Removal Filter Capable of providing ISO class 1 solid and oil content air quality Activated carbon adsorption filter Contains 2x more carbon than supplied by industrial activated carbon filters Reduces oil aerosol content (as a vapor) to ppm HF SERIES FILTERS

13 Save Energy with HF Series Filters Filter housing provides large flow paths which minimizes pressure losses The seven element grades allow for system customization HF SERIES FILTERS

14 Elements Designed to Extend Life and Reduce Pressure Losses Large 45% open area stainless steel cores provide even air flow through media at minimal pressure losses Filter media with over 96% void volume, lowers pressure losses while matrix blended media increases capture efficiency Thick filter bed extends useable life without adding pressure losses HF SERIES FILTERS

15 Reliable Differential Pressure Gauges & Monitor Save Energy Three available methods of Differential pressure indication Electronic intelligence of the Filter Monitor Face Gauge Slide Indicator Changing the filter elements at the proper time saves energy and protects the compressed air system HF SERIES FILTERS

16 Saving Energy by Replacing Filter Elements Reduce energy losses by knowing when its cost effective to replace the filter elements Differential pressure gauges determine the end of an element’s life. Further contaminant loading beyond this point greatly increases system pressure losses Saves money and greatly minimize pressure losses in systems by replacing the elements at the end of their efficient life Filter monitor calculates the point of maximum element efficiency. Loading beyond this point increases pressure to the end of the element’s life. HF SERIES FILTERS

17 The Filter Monitor Evaluates: Differential Pressure Time based Filter performance HF SERIES FILTERS

18 Differential Pressure and Time-Based Indications of Element Replacement Limits False Maximum Pressure Warnings Provides a count down of days starting at 60 HF SERIES FILTERS

19 Filter Performance Indication of Element Replacement Calculates the moment of optimal element replacement Provides a 60 day notice before reaching the replacement point Monitor mathematically graphs the daily average differential pressure Monitor compares the calculated graph to a known performance graph for each filter to determine the optimum point of element replacement HF SERIES FILTERS

20 Communicating with the Filter Monitor All programming equipment is onboard Uses (3) standard AA batteries for simple maintenance HF SERIES FILTERS

21 Filter Monitor Communication with the User Provides instantaneous differential pressure values Provides daily average differential pressure values Provides a 60 day warning of impending element replacement HF SERIES FILTERS

22 Remote Alarm Capabilities RJ11 connection on the monitor can send an alarm signal to the relay box as far as 100 feet away The relay box provides dry alarm contacts to indicate the alarm mode of the Filter Monitor and an electronic demand drain The relay box powers both the Filter Monitor and the electric demand drain HF SERIES FILTERS


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