Kaeser Condensate Filters remove oil and contaminates from compressed air condensate

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Compressed air condensate disposal is a major environmental concern. This oil/water mixture is classified as hazardous waste and cannot be discharged into municipal wastewater systems unless the oil and contaminants are removed. The Kaeser Condensate Filter (KCF) is designed to filter out oil and other contaminants, making the water safe for disposal.

Available in five sizes, the KCF is designed to handle most compressor lubricants. These models are lightweight, have multiple inlet connections and handle flows from 55 to 1800 cfm. The KCF units are easy to install, require no electricity and little maintenance. All five models include an improved, self-contained plastic filter cartridge design with polypropylene adsorption technology for better performance and no carbon dust. 

Options include an immersion heater, a high-pressure relief chamber, a flow splitter and a high condensate alarm. The Kaeser Condensate Manifold (KCM) can connect to the KCF to vent up to eight sources of condensate. 

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