Micro Filter
Features:
4 grades of filtration suitable for each demand of industrial air : G, N, F & C
NG Series - Aluminum Housing with air correction : 1/4" to 3" BSP or NPT
NF Series Carbon steel housing with flanged air connection : DN 50 or DN 300
Advantages of Nucon Micro Filters compared to Conventional Designs:
Greater filter surface
Lower differential pressure
Higher flow rate
Higher dirt holding capacity
Lower specific filter area loading
Insensible to pressure surges
Integrated prefiltration
Fine filteration in 2 stages
Final filteration stage isolates the seperated liquid phases, calms the gas stream and helps in conjunction with the foam sock to ensure a continuous of the liquid
Foam sock free of CFC and Cadmium
Filter elements are manufactured free of silicon
Can be recycled
Micro Filters Element Grades:
G Series : Efficiency 99.99% of all particles of 3 micron and larger, at 7 bar and 20oC
N Series : Efficiency 99.99% of all particles of 1 micron and larger, at 7 bar and 20oC
F Series : Efficiency 99.9999% of all particles of 0.01 micron and larger oil retention down to 0.01 mg/m3 at 7 bar and 20oC
C Series : Activated carbon bed which adsorbs oil vapour down to <= 0.005 mg/m3 at 7 bar and 20oC
Threaded TypeFlange Type
Aluminium housing. Powder coated outer protection. NG30D to NG 190D with differential pressure gauge connection threaded type. Steel housings with corrosion resistance inside and Powder coated outside. With differential pressure gauge connection flange type.
Technical Data
Model No Capacity normal
m3/h
Connection Pressure
G/DN
Max bar
Dimensions
mm mm mm mm
Weight Kg No.of Elements Filter Element Types
NG20 30 G1/4 16
60 165 14 60
0.6 1 2002*
NG30 50 G1/4 16
87 250 21 75
1.0 1 2003*
NG50 70 G3/8 16
87 215 21 90
1.0 1 2005*
NG70 100 G1/2 16
87 285 21 160
1.2 1 2007*
NG90 180 G3/4 16
130 325 43 135
3.8 1 2009*
NG110 300 G1 16
130 425 43 235
4.5 1 2011*
NG120 470 G1 1/2 16
130 525 43 335
5.0 1 2012*
NG130 700 G1
1/2
16
130 670 43 525
6.0 1 2013*
NG140 940 G2 16
163 776 48 520
8.0 1 2014*
NG170 1450 G2 16
163 1023 48 770
11.0 1 2017*
NG190 2400 G3 16
248 1150 74 750
25.0 1 2019*
NF140 940 DN 50 16
380 1030 175 530
50.0 1 2014*
NF170 1450 DN 80 16
380 1280 175 530
52.0 1 2017*
NF190 2400 DN 80 16
440 1320 205 530
79.0 1 2019*
NF200 2900 DN 100 16
500 1440 230 550
106.0 2 2017*
NF300 4350 DN 100 16
500 1440 230 550
106.5 3 2017*
NF400 5800 DN 150 16
640 1590 280 550
148.0 4 2017*
NF600 8700 DN 150 16
790 1650 300 550
208.0 6 2017*
NF800 11600 DN 200 16
790 1730 340 550
230.0 8 2017*
NF1000 14500 DN 200 16
840 1780 360 550
368.0 10 2017*
NF1200 17400 DN 250 16
940 1940 420 600
450.0 12 2017*
NF1600 23200 DN 250 16
940 1940 420 600
460.0 16 2017*
NF2000 29000 DN 300 16
940 1970 450 600
520.0 20 2017*
+ Filter Element Performance Table
+ Conversion Factor F For Other Operating Pressures **
** Calculated for constant velocity and 200C
Example1: If you have a flow of 1300 m3/h ( 1 bar and 200C) at a minimum working pressure of 10 bar what size filter do you require
Answer : Flow, f = 1300 m3/h, 1.38 = 940 m3/h = NG140 size
Example2: What is the nominal flow through a NG 140 filter with a minimum working pressure of 10 bar
Answer : Flow : f =940 m3/h X1.38 = 1300 m3/h (1 bar a and 200C)