Parker Compressed Air Filters

The primary reason for using a compressed air filter is to remove contamination and improve air quality. Parker's design philosophy of air quality, energy efficiency has led to products that provide highest air quality, lowest power consumption, lowest operational differential pressure, lowest CO2 emissions and lowest total cost of ownership. Since the introduction of the first Parker domnick hunter OIL-X range, Parker has continued to develop both the compressed air filter and the standards governing compressed air quality.

High efficiency coalescing and dry particulate filters with very low pressure drop providing excellent energy savings.
Grade AAP Coalescing Liquids and Particle Removal in Compressed Air or Gaseous Nitrogen.
Compact, modular construction oil vapor removal filters designed to reduce oil vapor when industrial applications require compressed air to meet ISO8573-1 Class 0 or Class 1.
High efficiency compressed air filters for applications requiring large flow rates up to 31248 m³/hr @ 7 bar g with a maximum operating pressure of 16 bar g.
Replacement Parts available. If you need help replacing a legacy compressed air filter with an updated model please call 727-835-0649 to speak with a mdi sales representative.

Also Available from mdi: Parker Transair Aluminum Pipe and Fittings for Compressed Air

Transair aluminum pipe is the ideal system for compressed air, vacuum, and inert gas applications. It offers significant savings on installation, maintenance and operating costs when compared to traditional compressed air piping systems. Its removable and interchangeable components allow users to easily modify production layouts or execute process changes within minutes. It's the only product with true push-to-connect fittings, eliminating the need to thread, solder or glue pipe. Its unique sealing technology guarantees Transair to be leak-free.