Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collector
The Monroe Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collector is available in capacities from 500 CFM to over 80,000 CFM in a single unit and may be integrated with existing ductwork and ventilation systems.
After installation of Monroe Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collectors, high production machining areas using water soluble, synthetic or mineral coolants can discharge clean, filtered air back into the work area, reducing system costs.
Designed for Minimum Maintenance
Air flow to filter media ratio is held low to prevent saturation blocking. This eliminates down-time due to collector malfunction and minimizes periodic changing of filter media.
The Monroe Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collectors are designed for continuous draining during operation, resulting in typical filter media life of 4,500 hours or more, even under heavy inlet loading.
The Monroe Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collector, with more filter media, longer operating time between filter changes, and higher collection efficiency, outperforms all other collectors in its class. Because of slower internal velocities through the collector, media replacement and maintenance labor costs are reduced. Collected oil mist and solids are continuously drained from the media without shut-down, significantly prolonging filter life and lowering overall operating costs.
Many Configurations Available
Monroe Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collectors are available in various configurations to meet your needs. Units can be suspended from the ceiling or other supporting structures to conserve floor space.
Meeting Condensable Particulate & PM2.5 Regulations
The Monroe Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collector can meet the most stringent regulations for PM2.5
and condensable particulate matter. In many cases, depending on temperature and process specifics, a condensing stage will be required.
Monroe’s application and process engineers can assist with evaluating your specific requirements and designing an appropriate solution.
The Monroe Multi-Stage Oil Mist Collector can meet the most stringent regulations for PM2.5 and condensable particulate matter. See Recent Project