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Table of contents 1. Possible sources of solid-contamination of a hydraulic circuit.....................................................5 1.1. Added contamination ..............................................................................................................5 1.2. Inbuilt contamination ..............................................................................................................5 1.3. Generated contamination........................................................................................................6 2. Benefits of filtration.........................................................................................................................6 3. General requirements for filters .....................................................................................................7 4. Filter classification...........................................................................................................................8 4.1. Suction filter .............................................................................................................................8 4.1.1. The Mahle suction filter range.....................................................................................9 4.2. Pressure filter .........................................................................................................................10 4.2.1. The Mahle low pressure filter range .........................................................................11 4.2.2. The Mahle medium pressure filter range..................................................................12 4.2.3. The Mahle high pressure filter range ........................................................................13 4.3. Return line filter .....................................................................................................................14 4.3.1. The Mahle return line filter range..............................................................................15 4.4. Reservoir filters/air breathers ...............................................................................................16 4.4.1. The Mahle reservoir/ air breather range...................................................................17 4.5. Off-line/external loop filter/aggregate .................................................................................18 4.5.1. The Mahle off-line/external loop filter/aggregate range .........................................19 5. Filter designs..................................................................................................................................20
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5.1. Filter options ..........................................................................................................................20 5.1.1. Bypass .........................................................................................................................20 5.1.2. Contamination indicator (optical/electrical).............................................................21 5.1.3. Sampling valve ...........................................................................................................23 5.1.4. Under-/pressure manometers ...................................................................................24 5.1.5. Air breather.................................................................................................................25 5.1.6. Coupling for filling......................................................................................................26 5.1.7. Automatic air bleeder ................................................................................................27 5.1.8. Slosh baffle / filter strainer for air breathers ............................................................28 5.1.9. Preload valve ..............................................................................................................29 5.1.10. Reverse flow valve .....................................................................................................30 5.1.11. Cold start valve (bypassed flow returned to tank)...................................................31 5.2. Filter connections...................................................................................................................32 5.3. Filter seal material..................................................................................................................33 5.4. Filter element material ...........................................................................................................34 5.5. Filter element dimensions .....................................................................................................36 6. Filter characteristics ......................................................................................................................37 6.1. Beta-ratio/efficiency (multipass test according ISO4572) ...................................................37 6.2. Filter rating (µm) ....................................................................................................................38 6.3. Collapse pressure (element, acc. to ISO 2941) .....................................................................40 6.4. Dirt holding capacity (multipass test according ISO4572)...................................................41 6.5. Initial differential pressure, = f(viscosity, flow rate).............................................................43 6.6. Fatigue strength (element and housing) ..............................................................................44
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......57 9.....................................49 8........08............... Lab facilities .................................................................2002 3IVA/Walter page 4/ 62 M ..................................... Filter selection and sizing....................................................45 6.....1.......... Key for hydraulic elements according to Mahle standard: ................................................................52 8...... Key for oil separator elements ....................................6...................................61 Hydraulic training 14...........2............................................................................... Filter tests .............................. Required data for filter selection .......................51 8..................2........60 11....................................... Further product information – fine oil separators ...FILTERSYSTEME f 6...............................53 8...................................................56 8............................... Key for hydraulic filter elements and filter housings: ........48 7.... Special keys....................55 8........................................................................ Filter sizing ....5......48 7........................................... Key for filter housings according to Mahle standard...... Cleanliness classes for filter elements ..........................58 10....................4...................................................... Key for hydraulic elements as replacement for competitor elements........................................................................................................................7............... Key for filter housings according to DIN 24550 ......................................................8............51 8............ Key for hydraulic elements according to DIN 24550: ............................................................................7........ Burst pressure (housing) ...........46 7.....1...................................................................3....................................................54 8................................

Added contamination contaminated air replenishing process worn piston rods/seals etc. Inbuilt contamination cinder welding beads casting sand loose paint fibers from rags rust etc. Possible sources of solid-contamination of a hydraulic circuit 1.2002 3IVA/Walter page 5/ 62 M . Hydraulic training 14.2.FILTERSYSTEME f 1. 1.08.1.

Benefits of filtration .08.increased life expectancy of the fluid .significantly reduced risk of premature damage or failure of components .2002 3IVA/Walter page 6/ 62 M .increased life time of critical/expensive components Scoring on a component of an axial piston pump Hydraulic training 14.avoided or at least minimized down time of the production . - 2.reduced repair.FILTERSYSTEME f 1.increased reliability and therefore increased production .3. replacement and maintenance costs .etc. Generated contamination wear erosion by abbrassive grit scuff from components particles generated by catalytic processes/oxidation .

08.long service life .chemically resistant against fluid .guarantee of cleanliness class .high dirt holding capacity .FILTERSYSTEME f 3.resistant against pulsation .low cost . General requirements for filters .2002 3IVA/Walter page 7/ 62 M .easy maintenance Hydraulic training 14.easy recycleability of element .high efficiency .

4. Cold start conditions must be considered because of possible cavitation.2002 3IVA/Walter page 8/ 62 M . Hydraulic training 14. Filter classification The filter is graduated according to its position in the hydraulic circuit. Suction filter Installed in suction line. Protection of pump.1.FILTERSYSTEME f 4.08. Point of time for element change by regular service intervals or contamination indicator.

The Mahle suction filter range Suction filters Dp.FILTERSYSTEME f 4.08.1.1.2002 3IVA/Walter page 9/ 62 M .ini < 0.1 bar PI 160 PI 1710 PI 270 all simplex pressure filters Hydraulic training 14.

FILTERSYSTEME f 4.08. (low/ medium/high-pressure) <63 bar / >63-210 bar / >210-450 bar Note: Duplex filters cannot be used in the suction line. Vibrations and pressure peaks should be avoided. Hydraulic training 14. Protection of specific components.2002 3IVA/Walter page 10/ 62 M .2. Simplex filters can also be used as suction inline filter. Pressure filter Installed in pressure line.

ini < 0.08.2.5 bar PI 150 PI 1500 PI 200 PI 210 (duplex) PI 220 (f-head+spin-on) PI 230 (Goldfilter) PI 270 (parallel filter) PI 2000 PI 1975 PI 1941 PI 1931 PI 1907 PI 5075 Hydraulic training 14.FILTERSYSTEME f 4.1. The Mahle low pressure filter range Low pressure filters Dp.2002 3IVA/Walter page 11/ 62 M .

08.ini 0.2.2002 3IVA/Walter page 12/ 62 M .8 bar E 1128 (in -/outlet on one side) PI 320 (parallel filter) PI 340 (in-/outlet on one side) PI 350 PI 360 PI 370 (duplex) PI 3000 PI 3300 PI 3700 (duplex) PI 3800 (duplex SS) Hydraulic training 14.2.5.0.FILTERSYSTEME f 4. The Mahle medium pressure filter range Medium pressure filters Dp..

3.2002 3IVA/Walter page 13/ 62 M . The Mahle high pressure filter range High pressure filters Dp.2.ini <1 bar E 1128 (in -/outlet on one side) PI 410 (f-block) PI 420 PI 420 KV (cold start valve) PI 422 (L-connection) PI 430 PI 440 PI 450 PI 480 (ss) PI 1123 PI 4000 PI 4000 KV (cold start valve) Hydraulic training 14.FILTERSYSTEME f 4.08.

3.FILTERSYSTEME f 4. Return line filter Installed in return line. Filter can be used for topping-up hydraulic tank. Hydraulic training 14.2002 3IVA/Walter page 14/ 62 M . Removal of contamination generated in the system as well as ingressed through seals.08.

0..2.5 bar PI 500 (option: double inlet for NG 40/NG 63) PI 510 (duplex design of PI 500) PI 530 Hydraulic training 14.ini 0. The Mahle return line filter range Return line filters Dp.2002 3IVA/Walter page 15/ 62 M ..1.FILTERSYSTEME f 4.08.3.

2002 3IVA/Walter page 16/ 62 M . Air breathers can be integrated in the return line filter for air flows up to 250l/min (PI 5000/1-series).FILTERSYSTEME f 4. Reservoir filters/air breathers Installed on tank top. In reality the oil vapour condenses in the element and leads to an increased differential pressure. Hydraulic training 14. Note: The differential pressure curves are indicated for clean elements.08.4.

The Mahle reservoir/ air breather range Air breather filters.2002 3IVA/Walter page 17/ 62 M .01 bar PI 0101-0185 PI 145-149 (PI0120-0126 with increased performance) PI 0120-0126 /UM PI 0126 AD /UM..FILTERSYSTEME f 4. Dp..4.air breather filter with air drier Hydraulic training 14.08.1...with integrated optical contamination indicator AD.ini <0.

Hydraulic training 14.08.2002 3IVA/Walter page 18/ 62 M .FILTERSYSTEME f 4.5. to dirt concentration Note: retention of off-line filter should be chosen finer than retention of the system filters. Off-line/external loop filter/aggregate Off-line filtration should be used to supplement existing filters Advantages of off-line filtration: independent from main circuit element is not subjected to transient conditions can be left running even when main system shuts down elements can be changed while the main system is running useable for charging new (old) oil into (out of) the system as supplement to partial flow return line filters (if full flow is not economical) very high dirt holding capacity increases service life for the other system filters low cost elements because of the low operating pressure online contamination control can (de-)activate off-line filter acc.

PI 1560-158) mobile filter aggregares PI 8100-series Hydraulic training 14. The Mahle off-line/external loop filter/aggregate range See leaflets: filter aggregates ( PI 1535-158.2002 3IVA/Walter page 19/ 62 M .FILTERSYSTEME f 4.5.1.08.

1.1. Note: standard elements can be used in filters without bypass when the max. Filter options 5. operating pressure does not exceed 20 bar.2002 3IVA/Walter page 20/ 62 M . Filter designs 5.08. When the bypass valve opens the efficiency of the filter will drop.FILTERSYSTEME f 5. Bypass The bypass protects the element from collapsing due to exceeding differential pressure.1. Filters with bypass are permissible for cleanliness classes lower than ISO 16/13 (ISO 4406) Hydraulic training 14. Filters without bypass must have an element with increased collapse strength (vst-design).

C. contact-type can be changed to normally opened.08. Advantage: . change over contact.2.2002 3IVA/Walter page 21/ 62 M . Contamination indicator (optical/electrical) Contamination indicators are strongly recommended for all filters to show when the element is clogged.1. Hydraulic training 14.FILTERSYSTEME f 5. etc. Note: Electrical upper parts with two steps need the corresponding mechanical indicator with two steps ! Standard electrical indicator are contact type normally closed-/normally opened and are mounted in normally closed position.reduces maintenance costs . By turning the electrical upper part 180° the .full use of dirt holding capacity Options: single/two step (optical/electrical). signal suppression below 30° analog output.prevents failure of elements .

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Electrical under-/pressure switches are often used for suction pumps and big air breathers. (See leaflet ‚ contamination indicators‘ special leaflets, special indicator designs on request) +

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5.1.3. Sampling valve ...are used to check regularly the contamination level of the fluid. The sampling valve can be mounted instead of a contamination indicator or between filter head and contamination indicator.

A sampling valve is included in our ‚ Fluid sampling and adapter kit‘

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5.1.4. Under-/pressure manometers Under-/pressure manometers are often used for return line filters and suction filters. (See leaflet ‚ contamination indicators‘ )

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PI 500-serie for up to 100l/min.2002 3IVA/Walter page 25/ 62 M .FILTERSYSTEME f 5. Air breather Air breathers can be integrated directly in the return line filter. + Hydraulic training 14.1.08. Bigger flow rates re quire an extra air breather.5. PI 5000/1-series for up to 250l/min.

08.1. Coupling for filling Couplings for filling are often used for return line filters (see leaflet PI 500).6. Hydraulic training 14.2002 3IVA/Walter page 26/ 62 M .FILTERSYSTEME f 5.

Automatic air bleeder Automatic air bleeders can be used for low pressure filters up to 10 bar operating pressure e.7.08.1.2002 3IVA/Walter page 27/ 62 M . for PI 150-series Hydraulic training 14.g.FILTERSYSTEME f 5.

Hydraulic training 14. Slosh baffle / filter strainer for air breathers Slosh baffle for PI 0126 including filter strainer.2002 3IVA/Walter page 28/ 62 M .1.FILTERSYSTEME f 5.8.08.

Preload valve Preload valve.08.1. expansion kit: p/n 9735382 Preload valve opening pressures: Inlet pressure: -50 mbar Out let pressure: +200 mbar Advantage: .minimized ingress of humidity .support for pump 14.9.2002 3IVA/Walter page 29/ 62 Hydraulic training M .FILTERSYSTEME f 5.

10. Reverse flow valve Some applications require a possible flow in both directions.1. Hydraulic training 14. normal flow (filtration) reverse flow (no filtration) Note: During reverse flow the fluid will not be filtered. A reverse flow valve ensures both possible flow directions. An opposite flow would damage the element.FILTERSYSTEME f 5. Normal filters are designed for one flow direction only.2002 3IVA/Walter page 30/ 62 M . The reverse flow valve can be delivered for high pressure filter series PI 420 with/without bypass.08.

Unfiltered fluid is not bypassed to the clean side but returned to the tank. Cold start valve (bypassed flow returned to tank) Second outlet bypasses part of the inlet-flow back to the tank during excessive differential pressure (cold start. 110 l PI 4000 (KV).2002 3IVA/Walter page 31/ 62 M . forgotten element change). Ensures that only filtered fluid exits from the main outlet connection.08.63. low pressure filter elements can be used. tank outlet inlet Hydraulic training 14.100 l Due to the bypass function.1. nominal size 40. nominal size 50.FILTERSYSTEME f 5. 80. Available for the high pressure filter series: PI 420 (KV).11.

conical) spin-on thread manifold block L-connection (90°between in.2.08. in-/outlet on one side or on opposite sides) pipe thread (cylindrical.FILTERSYSTEME f 5.and outlet) with cylindrical pipe threads or flanges Special connections for the US-market according to file ‚ filters in US-design‘ Hydraulic training 14.2002 3IVA/Walter page 32/ 62 M . Filter connections flange (SAE. DIN.

2002 3IVA/Walter page 33/ 62 M .08. max.FILTERSYSTEME f 5. permissible operating temperature is limited to 120° because of the stability of C the glued seams of the filter element (special glues on request)! Hydraulic training 14. max. max. 180° C) EPDM (Buna AP. max. 130° C) PTFE (Teflon. Perbunan. 120° C) FPM (Viton. Filter seal material NBR (Buna N. 200° C) CR (Neoprene) Attention: max.3.

anorganic (multi-layer glas fibers) .08. <60µm immersion in ultrasonic bath recommended.WS.KS.MIC-micronic organic (cellulose) .FILTERSYSTEME f 5. surface filter) .FIL (cellulose. efficiency like MIC 25 Hydraulic training 14. special material for coolants. extreme high dirt holding capacity but no defined retention. standard material combined with a super absorber for water (see leaflet WS-elements) .Smx-super micronic. water absorption is possible .2002 3IVA/Walter page 34/ 62 M .DRG wire mesh (cleanable. Filter element material .4.

08. medium/high >2µ m medium Mic 25 Dirt holding capacity low medium high extreme high high medium Costs high low medium low/medium low Filter media DRG Mic Smx FIL WS (water removal) KS (coolant lubricants) Pleated stat design with Smxfilter material Hydraulic training 14.2002 3IVA/Walter page 35/ 62 M .FILTERSYSTEME f Cleanable Initial Dp yes no no no no no Minimum retention low >10µ m medium >5µ m high >2µ m high >2µ no βx ! m.

Filter element dimensions (see coresponding leaflets) Hydraulic training 14.08.5.FILTERSYSTEME f 5.2002 3IVA/Walter page 36/ 62 M .

FILTERSYSTEME f 6. Hydraulic training 14.08. Beta-ratio/efficiency (multipass test according ISO4572) βx = no. of particles > x upstream of filter no.1. of particles > x downstream of filter βx − 1 βx beta e(%) beta e(%) beta e(%) e x = The micron size at βx=75 is most widely accepted as ‚ absolute‘rating. Filter characteristics 6.2002 3IVA/Walter page 37/ 62 M .

2002 3IVA/Walter page 38/ 62 M .2. Filter rating (µm) b e t a r a t i o e f f i c i e n c y % particle size [µm] Hydraulic training 14.FILTERSYSTEME f 6.08.

2002 3IVA/Walter page 39/ 62 M .08.FILTERSYSTEME f e f f i c i e n c y % particle size [µm] Hydraulic training 14.

acc.FILTERSYSTEME f 6.08.2002 3IVA/Walter page 40/ 62 M .max = 210 bar Hydraulic training 14.max = 20 bar ∆p. Collapse pressure (element.3. to ISO 2941) Standard elements: VST-elements: ∆p.

4.FILTERSYSTEME f Multipass test booth 6.2002 3IVA/Walter page 41/ 62 M .08. Hydraulic training 14. Dirt holding capacity (multipass test according ISO4572) 3g ISO-MTD (test dust) This standardized test with test dust ISO-MTD determines the beta ratio and the dirt holding capacity of a filter element as function of the differential pressure.

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Standard viscosities indicated: 33cSt. page 22 Hydraulic training 14.5. 190cSt ∆p for other viscosities can be calculated with our hydraulic CD-rom or with the formula indicated in our filter guide.08.FILTERSYSTEME f 6. = f(viscosity.2002 3IVA/Walter page 43/ 62 M . Initial differential pressure. flow rate) All ∆p-curves are always measured with the various filter elements inside the corresponding housing size.

2002 3IVA/Walter page 44/ 62 M .08.FILTERSYSTEME f 6. Fatigue strength (element and housing) Hydraulic training 14.6.

2002 3IVA/Walter page 45/ 62 M . Burst pressure (housing) Hydraulic training 14.FILTERSYSTEME f 6.7.08.

15-25µm. >100µm => class 00. Necessary cleanliness classes are specified by the components manufacturers depending on the internal clearances of components and the operating pressure.. to the number of particles with size Xµm found within 100ml of fluid..08..FILTERSYSTEME f 6.2002 3IVA/Walter page 46/ 62 M . 25-50µm. Hydraulic training 14.12) SAE 749 D CETOP RP70H MIL STD 1246A NIST (see separate lecture) Cleanliness classes graduates the dirt concentration of a fluid acc.24) – most commonly used ! NAS 1638 (5-15µm. 50-100µm.8. Cleanliness classes for filter elements Cleanliness classes are graduated according to : ISO DIS 4406 (>5µm/>15µm => class 1..

08. references for the selection of a certain filtermedia and filtration rate can be given according to the required cleanliness class: Cross references between NAS. Hydraulic training 14.FILTERSYSTEME f From our many years of experience.2002 3IVA/Walter page 47/ 62 M .and ISO-cleanliness classes can be found in our filter guide.

operating pressure filter rating or required cleanliness class flow rate viscosity (during start-up and normal operation depending) . Filter selection and sizing 7.operating fluid/ material requirements .filter options/accessories See questionnaire for fluid filters Hydraulic training 14.2002 3IVA/Walter page 48/ 62 M .1.08. Required data for filter selection position in the hydraulic circuit max.FILTERSYSTEME f 7.operating temperature .

. never ..2. system pressure √ ∆p-resistance acc..2002 3IVA/Walter page 49/ 62 Hydraulic training M . finest system filter.. of filtration normally 3um.2.5 (√) (√) (√) √ √ √ <0. VA if suction filter is only system filter.. pump flow must be guaranteed at cold start √ ∆p-resistance acc. retention acc.. Filter sizing Type of filter suction low pressure medium pressure high pressure return line off-line/external loop air breather <0. normally 100um.5.0.. system pressure √ ∆p-resistance acc..0.. system pressure √ ∆p-resistance must be >∆p bypass at cold start √ deg. optional VA...8 0.8...contamination indicator 14.max. always . danger of pump cavitation.08.. ∆p-resistance acc.01 (√) VA or maintenance period (500h).1 0. without bypass only if contamination class > ISO 16/13 is acceptable . max.5 0.. maintenance interval 3000-6000 hours [√] √ √ (√) ..1 √ VA remark 7.rec bypass [bar] <0.FILTERSYSTEME f ∆p. pump pressure (√) VA recommended for flow >2000l/min.

fewer element changes .increased service life .2002 3IVA/Walter page 50/ 62 M .reduced labour costs .reduce running costs (less loss of energy) .FILTERSYSTEME f Note: Choosing a larger filter capacity helps to: .08.reduced down time Hydraulic training 14.

Hydraulic training 14. Key for hydraulic filter elements and filter housings: 8. Seal is integrated in filter head.2002 3IVA/Walter page 51/ 62 M . Suitable filter housing has 4 digit model designation. Example: PI 2005-058 with element PI 3105 Smx 10.08. 05 05 = 08 = 11 = 15 = 30 = 45 = 60 = Smx 10 50 80 110 150 300 450 600 filter material + retention 81 = Drg 10 82 = Drg 25 83 = Drg 40 84 = Drg 60 85 = Drg 100 86 = Drg 200 87 = Drg 300 88 = Drg 500 & cylindrical 89 = Drg 250/400/500 nominal size Note: element without seal.1. Nominal size of element and housing must correspond. not in element. Key for hydraulic elements according to Mahle standard: PI 10 = Mic 25 11 = Mic 10 21 = Sm-x 3 22 = Sm-x vst 3 31 = Sm-x 10 32 = Sm-x vst 10 41 = Sm-x 25 42 = Sm-x vst 25 51 = Sm-x 6 52 = Sm-x vst 6 71 = Drg vst 10 V2A 72 = Drg vst 25 V2A 73 = Drg vst 40 V2A 74 = Drg vst 60 V2A 75 = Drg vst 100 V2A 76 = Drg vst 200 V2A 77 = Drg vst 300 V2A 78 = Drg vst 500 V2A 3 1 91 = Drg vst 10 92 = Drg vst 25 93 = Drg vst 40 94 = Drg vst 60 95 = Drg vst 100 96 = Drg vst 200 97 = Drg vst 300 98 = Drg vst 500 99 = Drg vst.FILTERSYSTEME f 8. cylind.

2.FILTERSYSTEME f 8. Key for hydraulic elements according to DIN 24550: PI 2 filter material 1= Mic 2= Smx 3= Drg 4= 5= 6= 7= Smx vst 8= Drg vst 9= 0= 3 retention 1= 3µ m 2= 6µ m 3 = 10 µ m 4 = 16 µ m 5 = 25 µ m 6 = 40 µ m 7 = 60 µ m 8 = 100 µ m 9 = 250 µ m 0= S = special 006 R N Smx 10 NBR seal material N = NBR E = EPDM F = FPM P = PTFE or PTFE capsuled C = CR nominal size installation 004 = 40 D = pressure line 006 = 63 010 = 100 R = return line 016 = 160 025 = 250 040 = 400 063 = 630 100 = 1000 Note: seal included in element. Example: PI 50006-058 with element PI 23006 RN. Nominal size of element and housing must correspond. Hydraulic training 14. Suitable filter housing has 5 digit model designation.08.2002 3IVA/Walter page 52/ 62 M .

..3.08.. Hydac Pall Argo Internormen Note: We offer crossreference data bases in Excel for competitors Hydac.. Stauff... 891.FILTERSYSTEME f 8.2002 3IVA/Walter page 53/ 62 M . Hydraulic training 14. Parker and separate price lists for Hydac.. Pall.. Key for hydraulic elements as replacement for competitor elements 890. 893. 892.and Pallreplacements.

.4.. wrapped elements pleated elements Hydraulic training 14..08.. 852.FILTERSYSTEME f 8. Key for oil separator elements 853.2002 3IVA/Walter page 54/ 62 M .

Key for filter housings according to Mahle standard Housings have a 4 or 5 digit model designation followed by a 3 digit code for the options.. Suitable filter element has 4 digit model designation. 2.2002 3IVA/Walter page 55/ 62 M . too.08. Bp7 014 = VAm5 015 = VAe5 057 = VAm2.. PI 1975. Bp. VAe.2 069 = VAe2. Bp3. PI 150 high pressure filter PI 1123 return line filter PI 1907. Bp3. Note: housing according to Mahle standard has 4 digit model designation (+ 3 digit model designation for filter options).FILTERSYSTEME f 8. Hydraulic training 14..5.. duplex filter PI 5075 etc.2 VAm. PI 2 1= suction 2= low pressure 3= medium pressure 4= high pressure 5= return line 0 1=duplex 7= duplex 30 value*10=no minal size in l/min 058 code for filter options 012 = VAm5. Bp7 013 = VAe5.5 058 = VAe2..2/5/7 visual contamination indicator electrical contamination indicator Bypass valve switching level in bar Beside of this general rule there are some exceptions as: low pressure filters PI 1941.. Example: PI 2005-058 with element PI 3105 Smx 10.5 068 = VAm2.2.2.

2/5/7 visual contamination indicator electrical contamination indicator Bypass valve switching level in bar Note: housing according DIN 24550 has 5 digit model designation (+ 3 digit model designation for filter options). Suitable filter element has 5 digit model designation. VAe. Bp.6. Key for filter housings according to DIN 24550 Housings have a 5 digit model designation followed by a 3 digit code for the options. Bp3. Example: PI 20063-058 with element PI 23063 DN (Smx 10 NBR). 2.2. PI 2 1= suction 2= low pressure 3= medium pressure 4= high pressure 5= return line 0 1=duplex 7= duplex 063 value*10=no minal size in l/min 058 code for filter options 012 = VAm5.5 068 = VAm2.08..2002 3IVA/Walter page 56/ 62 M . Bp7 013 = VAe5. Hydraulic training 14..2 VAm.2..FILTERSYSTEME f 8. Bp7 014 = VAm5 015 = VAe5 057 = VAm2... Bp3.2 069 = VAe2..5 058 = VAe2.

PI 230 etc.FILTERSYSTEME f 8. key for PI 422. (see corresponding leaflets) Hydraulic training 14.g. Special keys Beside of known standard keys there exist some exceptions e.08.7.2002 3IVA/Walter page 57/ 62 M .

multi-pass test according ISO 4572 .2002 3IVA/Walter page 58/ 62 M .bubble point test according ISO 2942 Hydraulic training 14.FILTERSYSTEME f 9. Filter tests .burst pressure test .08.

08.2002 3IVA/Walter page 59/ 62 M .FILTERSYSTEME f .collapse test according ISO 2941 .fatigue strength test according ISO 3724 Hydraulic training 14.initial differential pressure according ISO 3968 .

ISO 4406/NAS 1638/NIST gravimetric contamination level according DIN 51592 [mg/l] determination of water content according to DIN 51577 IR-spectroscopy compatibility test for combinations of material and fluids ultrasonic cleaning of Drg-elements leak test determination of viscosity acc. Lab facilities see filter tests microscopic contamination analyses particle analysis acc.2002 3IVA/Walter page 60/ 62 M .FILTERSYSTEME f 10. Hydraulic training 14. special price list.08. DIN 51562 test of filterability Prices for lab services acc.

Therefore good filtration of air and oil is the fundamental precondition.FILTERSYSTEME f 11.06m/s => wrapped elements approx. 400cm² /[Nm³ /h] Note: residue oil concentration depends on sort of oil.recommended air velocity: 0.08.2002 3IVA/Walter page 61/ 62 M . 5000 hours of operation . temperature. preseparation. air velocity. quality of oil separator. Our scope of supply is the fine oil separator element only ! Hydraulic training 14.residue oil concentration: 1-3mg/Nm³ . Service life is only limited by solid contaminants.vertical or horizontal mounting orientation . 300cm² /[Nm³ /h] => pleated elements approx. design of filter housing.max operating temperature 120° C .service life: approx. Further product information – fine oil separators characteristics of oil separators: .

08.FILTERSYSTEME f Appendix Hydraulic training 14.2002 3IVA/Walter page 62/ 62 M .