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Modular MediaFilter™ Vertical

Donaldson Torit® Modular MediaFilter™ Vertical mist collector systems collect and filter mist, smoke, dust, fumes, vapors and odors from applications such as grinding, wet machining, rubber machining, die casting, wet grinding or soldering. The Modular MediaFilter Vertical mist collector system offers a variety of design layouts and mist filter choices for both flexibility and expandability.
  • ​Three-stage filtration for high filtration efficiency and optimum filter life
  • Versatile design handles coolant mist, wetted dust and swarf, liquids and smoke in tough applications
  • High efficiency airfoil fan with NEMA Premium® Efficiency Electric Motor maximizes performance and reduces operating costs
  • Vertical orientation enhances filter drainage and improves vee-bag filter life
  • Variety of design layouts and filter choices for both flexibility and expandability
  • Larger custom sizes available
  • Provides a cleaner work environment for maximum productivity
  • Helps support OSHA Clean Air Standards

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Equipment Options


  • Impinger
  • 4” Multi-Vee
  • First-stage high efficiency filter, 609.6 x 609.6 x 101.6 mm / 24 x 24 x 4 in.
50.8 mm / 2 in. P-Trap with optional Y-Strainer assembly
HEPA or 95% D.O.P. filter module, 609.6 x 609.6 x 292.1 mm
/ 24 x 24 x 11.5 in. with Minihelic®* gauge
Sprinkler head
*Minihelic is a registered trademark of Dwyer Instruments, Inc.

Q. What Size Are Mist Droplets/Particles?

A. Mist can generally be defined as a liquid droplet 20 microns in diameter or smaller. Oil-based fluids typically produce mist droplets that range from 0.5 microns to 10 microns. A smoke droplet is typically smaller, from 0.07 microns to 1 micron, and is a solid or liquid aerosol.

Q. What Determines the Performance of a Mist Collector?

A. A mist collector can be characterized by pressure drop, efficiency, and flow rate. Pressure drops affects the energy required to pull the airflow through the system. The efficiency of the system determines how clean the air will be as it leaves the collector and flow rate determines how much air will be cleaned.