Description y Operation
MCOS is a filtration system designed to separate the oil and smoke particles from the air in heavy working conditions, taking advantage of the principle of coalescence. The applications of this type of filtration are heavy mechanical work such as: bar turning on cam lathes.
The separation of the oil particles from the filtered air takes place thanks to the principle of coalescence, a physical phenomenon through which the drops of a liquid, the bubbles of an aeriform or the particles of a solid, come together to form an entity higher. To ensure a higher level of purification, the filtered air is subsequently purified by passing through a FFA type system (absolute final filter) and entering the atmosphere again with an efficiency of 99.99%. The collected oil particles are expelled through a drain tube placed on the bottom of the filter.