The CLEANMIST® range includes a vast series of oil mist centrifugal filters. Air polluted by oil mist or liquid coolant is channelled into the centrifugal filter, going through the intake with mesh to prevent solid materials from being suctioned.
A cone-shaped diffuser ensures that the mist particles and vapours are evenly distributed inside the impeller, where they are rapidly spun and pushed towards the filtering panels. As they go through the panels, the particles undergo coalescence, transforming into droplets, which are then drained to the outside through a specific drain pipe. Purified air is thus channelled towards the upper part of the centrifugal filter, where, if necessary, it is treated with a final cartridge or with a final electrostatic filter (FEF).
- Applications with the presence of oil
- CNC Machine tools
- Metal parts washing machines
- Applications with the presence of Oil
- Easy installation
- High efficiency
- Low Noise
- Reduced maintenance and easy access
- Processing oil recovery
- Customised plant engineering solutions
- Technical assistance and after sales service
CLEANMIST® with final cartridge filter
After the CLEANMIST® filter according to standard EN1822-201 in filtration classes
The final cartridge filter can have an efficiency between H10 85% and H13 99.96%.
The cartridges are also available in the active carbon version for odour removal.
CLEANMIST® with Final Electrostatic Filter
It operates based on the principle of ionisation of polluting particles. The air coming out of the CleanMist® filter passes through an “ionising” section where particles up to 0.03 µm (micron) receive a strong electrical charge. The air flow goes through a second “collector” section, made of plates with the opposite electrical charge. Ionised contaminant particles are thereby drawn to the plates and stick to them. The treated air is delivered back into the environment with 99% of the impurities removed.