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Compressed Air Treatment System UK – Compressed Air Filters – IATT

Compressed air treatment system & compressed air filters in the UK – IATT supply a comprehensive array of compressed air filters with flow rates up to 25,500 Nm³/h. Contact us today!

But whatare compressed air filters? If you aren’t sure whether or not you need a compressed air filter within your operations, or whether it’s worth using IATT for your compressed air filter requirements, do read on.

Essentially, high efficiency compressed air filters when used with energy efficient elements, like those at IATT, ensure that pressure drops are minimal without compromising service life and compressed air quality.

As experts in the industry with years of experience, IATT supply a comprehensive array of compressed air filters with flow rates up to 25,500 Nm³/h (15,000 scfm), featuring particulate removal filter grades from 0.01 to 25 micron and oil droplet, and mist & vapour removal down to 0.003 mg/m3. Compressed air filter types and variations provided by ourselves include water separators, pre and after filters and activated carbon filtration. This gives you the widest number of applications possible when it comes to compressed air filters when you order with IATT.

These high efficiency filters are ideal for a number of different applications and purposes, including removing solid atmospheric particulate contamination, oil carryover from the compressor, protecting refrigeration dryers, as well as desiccant compressed air dryers and numerous other compressed air equipment pieces of technology.

Threaded Compressed Air Filters

The range includes high efficiency compressed air filter housings with pipe sizes ¼” – 3” BSP and flow capacities up to 2,550 Nm³/h (1,500 SCFM).

Flanged Compressed Air Filters

For larger flow applications, IATT offer fabricated filer vessels with flanged connections ranging from DN80 to DN300. These pieces of technology cover a vast amount of compressed air flow rates, from low to high rates of 25,500 Nm³/h (15,000 scfm) and pressures up to 350 barg (5000 psig).

A Trusted Independent Provider

As an independent provider, you can trust IATT to select to right filters for your application. We have years of experience within the industry and with this experience comes knowledge. We share this knowledge with you to ensure that you get the best product and service available to you, at the right price and with the right advice along the way.

We also offer supply, installation, and servicing as standard thanks to our massive array of engineers on the job who are ready and waiting to take care of your needs with our equipment across the UK.

Benefits of Compressed Air Treatment Systems

There are a number of vital benefits of using IATT Compressed Air Filtration, these include, but are not limited to:

Energy Efficient Filter Elements – saving you money in the long run.

Housings with Optimised Flow – reducing the amount of waste.

Low Pressure Drop Designs – meeting your exact requirements.

High Filtration Efficiency – efficiency on our technology means efficiency across your operations.

You can trust IATT to select to right filters for your application and you know we have your best interest at heart. We value our clients and love working with new ones, so don’t hesitate to get in touch today with our team of experts.

At IATT, we provide state-of-the-art, high efficiency compressed air filters to our highly valued customers. Each of our compressed air treatment systems is comprised of energy efficient elements to ensure that pressure drops are minimal. This means you get more for your money and a more reliable product, with the finest quality available without compromising service life and compressed air quality.

Browse our compressed air treatment system pieces on this page, including compressed air filters, or get in touch for more information on the kinds of products we are able to provide to your site.

Our expert factory trained engineers are on hand and strategically placed all around the UK, meaning we are able to provide the best of the best when it comes to supply, installation, and servicing and maintenance of all compressed air filters and other products listed on our website.

The PSA process detailed above is similar to that of a nitrogen generator, however the adsorptive material inside the sieve isn’t made of carbon as is the case with nitrogen, but is instead comprised of zeolite. A unique aspect of zeolite and the reason it is ideal for oxygen generators is due to its ability to discharge retained nitrogen gas when the pressure within the generator is reduced. In essence, this makes it relatively simple to regenerator the medium for a further cycle of oxygen generation with an industrial oxygen generator.

We Supply a wide variety of lab gas generators & laboratory nitrogen generators for gases such as hydrogen and nitrogen. Nitrogen generators are available at low cost throughout the UK

High Purity Hydrogen Lab Gas Generators

The IATT AiroGen® Laboratory Generator rangeoffers a safe and simple to use efficient technology for high purity H2, N2 and ZERO AIR analytical grade laboratory gases. The technology makes the gas cylinder redundant and the high purity gases you require available as and when you need them. IATT AiroGen® Lab GasGenerators offer a module design and can also be stacked to meet compact storage requirements, this makes them perfect for usage within multiple generation applications.

What is Adsorption?

To fully understand lab gas generators and swing adsorption technology, we must first explore what adsorption is. Adsorption refers to a gas application such as nitrogen generation, and is the accumulation of molecules of oxygen and other trace gases.

This accumulation is used to form a thin film on the surface of a specifically selected solid, such as carbon, by intermolecular forces. The adsorption process involves a mass transfer and differs from absorption, where a specific fluid is dissolved by a liquid or solid. Adsorption is a reversible process and facilitates the constant use of the system to generate nitrogen on a sustainable scale for commercial use.

Nitrogen Generators and Nitrogen Generation Explained

Now, with the definition out of the way, let’s explore how nitrogen generators and the process of nitrogen generation work. PSA Nitrogen is generated the process of adsorption, where the adsorptive properties of specific media, such as a Carbon Molecular Sieve, are used. Oxygen and other trace gasses found through the process are consequently adsorbed onto the adsorptive media at varying portions, depending on the system pressure present. In turn, the nitrogen passes through the media because of the fact that its molecular structure is too large to infiltrate the fine permeability of the adsorptive media in question.

The system utilised within our lab gas nitrogen generators and the generationprocess in general is with two pressurisedtowers to contain the adsorptive media. Here, the clean dry compressed air enters at the bottom of one of the towers where oxygen, carbon dioxide, moisture, some hydrocarbons, and trace gases are adsorbed. Nitrogen then passes through the adsorbent media bed into a buffer tank, prior to the outlet where it is subject to additional filtration and pushedon for use in the analytic application. After a predetermined time which isdependant on the purity of nitrogen required, the tower switches to regenerative mode and streams the pressurised compressed air into the second tower.

This is where the term Pressure Swing originates and is put into action.

Then, the process begins again. The first tower finally depressurises, and the adsorbed oxygen and other trace gases are distributedand expended to atmosphere.

The AiroGen® Lab Gas GeneratorsRange includes:

IATT AiroGen® Zero Air generators utilise Catalytic Reactor technology to generate high purity air that is free of moisture and hydrocarbons.
The Various Applications for an Industrial Oxygen Generator
There are multiple functions and applications for PSA oxygen generators on industrial, medical, and commercial sites, including the following:

Medical use
Glass manufacturing
Multiple food and beverage industries
Chemical oxidation practices and processes
Commercial fish farming
Sewage plants and wastewater treatment plants
Various different forms of mining
Gasification processes

And more. Get in touch to find out how IATT can supply and install Oxygen Industrial Oxygen Generators anywhere in the UK thanks to our tactically placed team of specialist installers and staff.

If you have any queries about the application or specific usage of any of our products, including lab gas generators, laboratory nitrogen generators, or anything else listed on our site, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Our team are vastly experienced and highly knowledgeable, and we are experts in the industry. We can answer any technical queries surrounding the various products and services we provide, from industrial oxygen generators to nitrogen generators, compressed air dryers and more.

Independent Air Treatment Technology Ltd. (IATT) is a British company with our head office in North East England. We provide a national coverage of fully factory trained engineers strategically located throughout the UK that specialise in compressed air and gas generation technology. We provide services to the manufacturing, food, beverage, chemical, laboratory, pharmaceutical, brewing and process industries – if you use compressed air then IATT can Supply, Install and Service your equipment.

IATT have an enviable reputation for Service Excellence and rapid response to customer needs – we are renowned for our independent approach.

Our independence ensures we always select and supply the very best products and equipment solutions to suit your specification for Compressed Air Filtration, Air and Gas Treatment, Refrigeration Dryers, Desiccant Dryers ,Water Chillers and Onsite Nitrogen Generation Technology.

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