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|Name:||180°C High Temperature EPA Air Filter||Size:||320X320X150mm|
|Air Flow:||270m³/h||Media Area:||2.6|
|Dust Holding:||155g||Finally Resistance:||400-600pa|
180°C High Temperature EPA Air Filter for Energy and Electric Utility Industry
In response to increasing output requirements and longer service periods, it is required by the operators to effectively optimize their air inlet systems, for both short and long term purposes.
The functioning of the gas turbine is heavily reliant on Inlet air filtration systems.
With the passage of time, these systems have evolved from simple coarse solid particulate removal systems to sophisticated and efficient systems capable to filter both solid & liquid particles.
This evolution and development of filtration systems was necessary in view of increasing sensitive nature of the particles entering gas turbine.
The technology has led to higher tolerance of the machines and systems in modern turbines for increased operating temperature.
Due to these reasons, choosing the inlet filtration system is crucial point of the gas turbine design.
Sub-standard inlet air systems can negatively affect operations, performance and lifespan of the gas turbine.
The improper functioning of the inlet filtration can lead to erosion, corrosion and fouling. Hence, the efficiency and output up gradation of gas turbines should be ensured by availability of proper inlet filtration.
1.These filters can withstand extremely high temperatures, making them effective for facilities that routinely experience high heat.
2.The filters are composed of special components that resist extreme temperature changes, making them optimal for air filtration at high temperatures.
3.The aluminum frame is self-extinguishing and is sturdy enough to repel corrosion inhibitors at high temperatures.
4.The filter media is made of fiberglass, which operates perfectly at any temperature.
Application for the Energy & Electric Utility Industry
|Nominal Size(W*H*D)||Size (mm)(W*H*D)||Pleasts Type||Flanger||Air Flow (m3/h)||Face Velocity||Primary Resistance (pa)||Finally Resistance (Pa)|
|Two side||360||1.3||F6: 90Pa