The WSO mist collector can be configured to meet your facility's requirements: machine mountable, floor-mounted stand, and ducted cellular and central systems.
3rd Stage: Final Filter (Optional)
2nd Stage: Primary Filter (Select One)
1st Stage: Prefilter Options (Select One)
Oblong Cartridges Outperform Traditional Filters
Cross-flow filter design for better drainage means longer filter life. Dirty air flows horizontally through the walls of the WSO filter, perpendicular to drainage of collected and coalesced mist. This design promotes optimum drainage, which extends filter life and returns collected coolant for re-use. Conventional mist collectors have an upflow design impeding drainage and causing short filter life.
Advanced Filter Media for Mist
Proprietary Synteq XP Media Technology is a revolutionary new media for mist collection that provides high efficiency, low operating pressure drop, and long filter life when compared to traditional media.
Synteq™ XP Media Technology with Resin-Frere Binding Fibers
Typical Particle size: 2 - 20 micron
Typical Particle size: 0.07 - 1.2 micron
Typical particle size: 0.8 - 5 micron
1) Differential pressure gauge(s) identifies filter maintenance.
2) One pivot lever securely retains the primary filter element.
3) Filter is easily removed.
4) Simplified servicing means less maintenance time and cost.
Q. What Are the Advantages of Synteq XP Media?
A. Proprietary Synteq XP Media is engineered with a blend of small and large fibers with a resin-free bonding system. The result is superior performance and longer filter life in the most challenging applications.
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.