Ambient Operating Temperatures
– 25°F to 104°F (-32°C to 40°C)
Oil Temperature Range
– 15°F to 175°F (-26°C to 79°C)
High Pressure Switch
Shuts down the system’s motor at 65psi (5.49bar)
Opens at 75psi (5.17bar)
- Frame: Carbon steel
- Paint: Industrial powder coat
- Fittings: Zinc-plated steel, brass, bronze, stainless steel, cast iron
- Pumps: Steel, Buna-N, iron, Viton®, graphite
- Hoses: EPDM or nitrile
Approximately 260-650lbs (118 to 295Kg). Will vary depending on system configurations.
- Decontaminating systems
- Flushing new or repaired systems
- Dispensing new oil
- Pre-filtering new oil
- Evacuating used oil
- Topping-off reservoirs
- Collecting oil samples for analysis
- To be used for offline, secondary filtration and not inline filtration.
- In general industrial environments, both indoors and outdoors.
- For filtering mineral-based industrial oils and most synthetic oils with a maximum operating viscosity range of 32-648cSt (150-3000ssu) within ambient temperature ranges of -25°F to 104°F (-32°C to 40°C).
- Placed at the same level or below the equipment being filtered and within reach of the recommended standard 12-foot hoses.
- This system should be stored and used on a level surface, right side up, in a low-traffic area, and connected to the appropriate power source.
What is Standard
Heavy-duty, industrial style with bolt-down lids and heavy gauge cylinder walls. These canisters can accept various size high-capacity microfiber glass, depth, water removal and molecular sieve elements and can be changed very easily.
Continuous-duty gear pump; 1-40gpm flow rates available:
- Washdown, heavy duty
- NEMA 4 industrial-duty
- Heavy-duty rectangular tubing
Lifting Eye Bolts
Allows for easy lifting and maneuverability
Steel braid reinforced hydraulic hoses
Pump pressure and differential pressure gauges
To protect the pump
To bypass filters during oil disposal
16″ soild rubber
Colors Standard is black
customizable colors available at no extra charge
What is Customizable
- Flow rates
- Sample valves
- Strainer type
- Power configurations
- Filter media types and sizes
- Type of power phase – single or three