Baslton Sample Filter Quick Select Guide
If the unit is used in the traditional in/out flow path with a drain connected the filter will function as a coalescing filter provided a "_X" type of element is used.
For particulate only removal the filter may be used in either flow direction and a "_Q", "_S", or "_H" type of element is used.
C: Slipstream or BypassSampling:
In this flow configuration the filter will allow a sample to be pulled from a flowing gas stream. This configuration only provides particulate filtration. A coalescing filter can be added after this to provide liquid aerosol removal.
D: Slipstream + Coalescing Sampling:
If the units are installed as shown in this diagram the first stage will remove bulk particulates from the sample stream and the second stage will remove liquid aerosols.
This application uses the same filter housing in series (plumbed differently) to provide a particulate and aerosol free sample to the analyzer.
E: Style Fast Loop Sampling:
Fast Loop Sampling allows a sample to be quickly drawn from the process stream with minimal lag time.
The style filters have larger reservoirs plus the added
benefit of see-thru bowls with the G option.
F: In-Line Sample Filtering:
In-line fast loop filters provide an economical way to draw a sample quickly from the process stream.
J: Hydrophobic Membrane Sample Filter:
Membrane sample filters use a hydrophobic membrane to filter any trace amounts of liquids from the sample stream before the analyzer. If the gas stream has higher levels of contamination consider using a membrane filter with an integral coalescing element (see K).
H: In-Line Solids Capturing:
The Model 30 In-Line Filters are designed to capture particulates for measurement. The removable end cap in the elements retains the solids for measurement.
K: Hydrophobic Membrane Sample Filter + Coalescing:
Fast Loop Sampling allows a sample to be quickly drawn from the process stream with minimal lag time. The "T" style filters have larger reservoirs plus the added benefit of see-thru bowls with the "G" option.