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Robust desiccant breather from RMF Systems

13 April, 2017

RMF Systems has extended its product range with the extremely robust Titan desiccant breather, meant to keep hydraulic and lubrication fluid clean and dry.


The Titan series has been developed in-house and operates by the same efficient process as the other air conditioners within the RMF Systems range. The difference is the housing of the Titan desiccant breather, which is made out of a particularly strong polymer to withstand even the harshest conditions. Because of the extensive range of connection options, the Titan desiccant breather is compatible with most hydraulic and lubricating fluid applications.

 Highest efficiency in a single process

Where many breathers only remove the moisture from the air, the Titan desiccant breather from RMF Systems reduces contamination of oils by removing solid particles (down to 3µ) and moisture from the air. The company comments that both solid particles and moisture are removed in a highly efficient single process.

Reduced total cost of ownership

Removing both the solid particles and moisture prevents contamination and oxidation of the oil and components. RMF Systems comments that this process prolongs the service life of the oil and the equipment and reduces downtime and maintenance.

Anti-splash device and check valve integrated

The new Titan Desiccant Breather comes as standard with an integrated anti splash device to eliminate oil from the equipment reservoir reaching the air filter and ZR Gel. Optional check valves can be added. These valves are fitted in opposing directions, opening while inhaling or exhaling. This prevents atmospheric contact between the air and the ZR Gel under static conditions, increasing the lifetime of the drying agent.

Serviceable and non-toxic

All desiccant breathers are completely serviceable, RMF Systems can provide spare filter elements or refills of the non-toxic and non-carcinogenic ZR gel granules. The Titan desiccant breather is available in two sizes.

www.rmfsystems.com




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