The Voice of the Finishing Industry since 1936

  • PF Youtube
  • PF Facebook
  • PF Twitter
  • PF LinkedIn
1/14/2008

Activated Carbon Filter

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

The M-C100 Filter from Motor Guard removes oil vapor from compressed air.

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon
The M-C100 Filter from Motor Guard removes oil vapor from compressed air. The company’s Carbon-Max Cartridge contains activated carbon media that traps oil and other molecules in microscopic pores through an adsorption process. The filter delivers air to the spray gun that is virtually free from oil vapor (<.01 ppm by weight).

In addition to oil vapor, the new filter is designed to remove silicone vapor, desiccant dust and volatile organic compounds of all types for a better finish and a cleaner, healthier work environment.

 

Related Topics

RELATED CONTENT

  • RoHS and ELV Compliant Electroless Nickel

    Over the past few years, a number of new environmental directives have come out of Europe and Asia encompassing mainly the automotive and electronics industries.

  • Smut and Desmutting

    Question: I am new to this industry and have heard about smut and desmutting operations.

  • Cleaning Magnesium

    Question: What is the recommended chemical cleaning process and composition prior to electroless nickel plating for magnesium?

Resources