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SJ series compressed air & gas - up to 6000 psig - stainless steel high pressure

Finite's Instrumentation and Gas Sampling Filters are point-of-use compressed air and gas filtration solutions for food processing, medical, chemical processing, and speciality gas applications.

Description
    Instrumentation and Gas Sampling Filters Feature:

    • Point-of-use compressed air and gas filtration solutions for food processing, medical, chemical processing, and speciality gas applications.
    • Pressures to 5000 PSIG
    • Connection sizes from 1/8" to 2"
    • Coalescing, particulate, adsorber, and water separator filter elements available
    • Stainless steel, aluminum and plastic housings, and clear bowls are available.
                                                                                                                                                                                                
    Parker's Finite Instrumentation and Gas Sampling Filters are are point-of-use products that with typical installations including contaminant removal of breathing air, protection of gas analyzers and prefilters for instrumentation air dryers.    

    Parker offers 10  media choices and 5 porosity grades ranging from the Finite's standard UNI-CAST coalescer, a bulk liquid removal, particulate removal, and a oil vapor (odor) removal elements.   The housing comes in connection sizes ranging from  1/8 or 2" NPTF;  with max temperatures up to 450°F (231°C) with proper accessories.

    Filter Housings Feature:

    • Stainless Steel, aluminum, and plastic housings
    • Connections from 1/8" to 2" NPTS
    • Clear bowls available
    • Pressure ranges from 50 - 5000 PSIG

    Filter Elements Feature:

    • Parker Finite offers the filter media grades ensuring that we have the correct media choice for nearly any application requirement.

    • Parker offers 10 media choices and 5 porosity grades ranging from the Finite's standard UNI-CAST coalescer in Grades 4, 6, 8 and 10,  a bulk liquid removal, particulate removal, a high temperature particulate, and a oil vapor (odor) removal elements.