Submicronic Removal Fluid Purification Systems

The Parker SMR Series Purification System uses patented technology to remove contaminants from oil. Portable, and improving a system's demulsibility, Parker has created a solution for on-site oil purification even in the most demanding environments.

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    The Parker SMR Series Submicronic Removal Fluid Purification System is the smart purification solution for fluid flow around 10 GPM (38 LPM). The SMR contains Parker patented Balanced Charge Agglomeration (BCA™) technology, which maintains hydraulic and lubricating fluids in optimum condition while preventing/removing the build-up of sludge and varnish.

    Balanced Charge Agglomeration (BCA™) technology does not remove water, however with the removal of thousands of submicron particles; the majority of sites where water can readily attach are mitigated. Water is more easily separated and removed, improving demulsibility, or the ability to release water.   
    Demulsibility is an important factor to consider when hydraulic equipment operates in an atmosphere that is wet or humid. Food-processing operations, such as cooking oil, for example, provide significant exposure to water-based process fluids.

    Because oil is hygroscopic, or able to absorb water, it is quite easy for water to saturate the oil. Water enters through any number of ways, and must be removed in order to protect a system’s operation. When demulsibility is diminished, the oil will become contaminated by the water, causing quick wear to the system’s components.

    Maintaining a hydraulic system’s oil cleanliness level will increase the life of the critical wear components, and reduce system downtime. Portable purification units are ideal for systems in applications demanding on-site decontamination. With several models to choose from, the Parker SMR Series is an ideal solution for many hydraulic system’s needs.

    This system is available in a PLC or simplified control version. Please contact a Parker Representative for assistance.

    Balanced Charge Agglomeration (BCA™) - How the Technology Works:
    Contaminated fluid is passed over a series of high-voltage electrodes, inducing a charge on the submicron particles of (+) and (-), then the particles continue down separate paths. (Note that particulate contamination as small as 0.1 microns are able to amass this charge). Oil, a non-conducting fluid, remains neutral. The two oppositely charged particle fluid streams are then re-combined. The oppositely charged particles are then mixed and are attracted to each other, forming larger particle clusters, growing in size as they agglomerate, or join together. Submicron particles grow into multiple micron-sized particle clusters. Once larger in size, the particle clusters are more efficiently filtered. Finally, the particle clusters are then sent through the system’s high efficiency filter to be removed.

    • Power Generation (such as: Steam/Gas Turbine, and Hydraulics/Lubrication)
    • Oil & Gas (such as: Compressor/Turbine Hydraulics and Lubrication)
    • Pulp & Paper (such as: Lube Oil and Hydraulics)
    • Manufacturing (such as: Hydraulics, Lubrication, EDM, and Injection Molders)
    • Others (such as: Cooking Oil, Gear Oil, Fuels, Bio Fuels, Steel, and Military)

    • Contaminant Removal to the Sub-Micron Level
    • Prevention and Removal of Sludge and Varnish
    • Removal of Oxidation Byproducts and Biological Contamination
    • Removal of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Contaminants

    The Parker SMR Benefit:
    • Unmatched Fluid Purification and System Polishing
    • Proven Varnish Removal
    • PLC Control & Data Tracking
    • OEM Approvals

Performance Characteristics

Flow Rate

10 Gal/min
37.8 L/min

Electrical Requirements

Multiple voltages available ranging from single phase to multiple three phase power options

Filter Element Type

Pre-Filters are available in 5 micron and 10 micron patented elements utilizing the latest in Microglass technology

Maximum Kinematic Viscosity

1020 SUS

Minimum Fluid Temperature

65 °F
18.3 °C

Maximum Fluid Temperature

200 °F
93.3 °C

Maximum Ambient Temperature

Temperatures greater than 120 °F will reduce motor life
Temperatures greater than 48.8 C will reduce motor life °C


190 lb
861.8 kg


Depending on selections the SMR is available with multiple fluid diagnostic options. Please consult factory for multiple option configurations and CE.

Seal Material

Ethylene Propylene, Fluorcarbon

Indicator Type

Depending on selections the SMR is available with an additional visual indicator on the filter housing

Compatible Element

CF, 933219Q, 933220Q

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