Cleaning efficiency up to 99.97% depending on concentrations
Oil Mist Collector Description
The Mist Spot series of air oil filters is designed to purify air from mist and oil vapors, as well as various emulsions directly at the machines where machine oil and emulsions are used. It does not require additional space and can be wall-mounted or integrated into the air duct. Mist Spot is the smallest filter for oil aerosol. The filters are miniature and can be integrated into a factory-wide air duct system or function as a standalone filter with its own fan. The Mist Spot filter series is available in a range of different sizes and models. For price calculations, sizing, and manufacturing lead times, please contact us. Purchase oil mist and smoke capture filters from trusted manufacturers!
Reliable Filtration of Oil Vapors and Smoke Particles
Returning the collected oil back to the machine
Efficient use and return of oil for cost savings and minimizing losses.
Filter contamination indicator (available upon request)
Convenient monitoring of filter contamination level for timely replacement.
Easy replacement of the filter cartridge. Compact design
Quick and simple replacement to minimize downtime and maintenance. Optimal space utilization while maintaining filtration efficiency.
Easy and quick installation
Convenient setup without unnecessary time and effort.
Low operating expenses. Low power consumption
Efficient solution with minimal maintenance and spare parts costs. Economical energy consumption to reduce operational costs.
Fan attachment directly to the filter
Optimal positioning for maximum performance and compact design.
Main Distinctions From Other Models
Cartridge replacement from the side.
Filter maintenance through convenient front-facing service doors.
Self-cleaning filter elements.
Spheres of Use
The filter is suitable for various types of CNC machines that use oil-based cutting fluids and produce a significant amount of smoke during operation. It is applicable in industries such as:
The contaminated air enters the first stage of pre-filtration, which aids in the collection of fine particles. Then, the air passes through a metal pre-filter. The third stage involves a fine cleaning filter.
The specifications depend on the package elements. For each client, we create a project based on a detailed survey about the production site and the nature of the dust. The oil mist collector can optionally be designed to be unconventional depending on the client's technical task.
Performance;300 — 1 800 cfm (510 — 3600 m³/h)
Version;Standard, generally accepted version. Anti-static or explosion-proof version available
Filtration area;110-230 ft² (10-21 m²) and up, or based on the client's technical specification
Quantity of filtered elements;1-3
Type of filtered element;Labyrinth filters
Static pressure;100 Pa
Filter power consumption;1.5 kW
Filter installation location;As a standard, the filter is installed indoors at temperatures above 32˚F.
Oil waste discharge system;Discharge through a hose connection
Basic package for each module
Coated steel frame
Filter control cover
Filter data sheet, operation instructions, and installation instructions
We always compromise with the client and are willing to add the necessary functions range as well as other characteristics and parameters to the standard package.
DESIGN AND FILTER
Flexible air ducts, clamps, and shaped parts for connecting to process equipment
Kits for various filter mounting options
Oil Mist Collector Design and Diagram
The contaminated air flow, in the form of oil mist/smoke, is drawn into the filter through an inlet connection by the suction generated by the exhaust fan. Upon entering, the air enters the first stage of pre-filtration, where centrifugal forces separate the oil phase. The pre-cleaned air is then evenly distributed in the filter chamber and passes through a pre-filter, where fine chips, dust, and scale settle. Next, the air passes through the filter cartridge, which captures smaller oil droplets.
The accumulated oil droplets on the surface of the cartridge coalesce and, under the force of gravity, drain down and are discharged from the filter through the inlet connection. During operation, the filter's fibrous filter material collects contaminants, leading to an increase in its resistance, characterized by a change in pressure within the filter chamber. The pressure drop is monitored using a differential pressure gauge (available upon request) installed on the filter housing. When the pressure drop reaches its maximum value, the filter element needs to be replaced.
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