Air Compressor Filters
John Henry Foster has been a long-time expert in compressed air systems. As such, we also offer a range of industrial air filter options to further ensure the purity of compressed air. They work well together with our wide variety of industrial air compressors.
John Henry Foster works with diverse industries and understands that different applications have different requirements. As such, we’re fully stocked with different types of air compressor filters to meet our clients’ needs. We work closely with our clients to determine the level of air purity required and provide appropriate recommendations.
High-Quality from Vetted Suppliers
Whichever air compressor intake filter our clients choose, John Henry Foster attests to its quality. Each piece is vetted by our team and sourced from reputable suppliers. Your air filters are easy to install and remove, remove contaminants effectively, and support high flow rates. They resist corrosion, high temperatures, and high pressure. Our selections are long-lasting and trusted by countless industrial clients.
We leverage years of expertise in providing air compressor solutions. In fact, John Henry Foster goes beyond supplying you with industrial air compressor filters; we can also:
- Assist in the design and installation of new compressed air systems
- Provide maintenance programs to keep your systems in good working condition.
Get in touch with our team today to discuss your requirements.
The Applications of Air Compressor Intake Filters
Different processes in different sectors require different levels of air purity. Although there’s nothing inherently wrong with aiming to achieve the cleanest air possible, in some cases, it may be an unnecessary step that takes up more time and resources.
To avoid this, it’s important to establish from the beginning the level of air purity and its required compressed air filtration for the application at hand.
For applications that need OSHA approval, for example, a charcoal activated filter may be required to remove oil vapors.
Generally, air filters are used to remove dry particulates, aerosols, and vapors from the compressed air before its industrial use.
Recommended Products and Solutions
The Air Compressor Filters We Offer
The following are our options for industrial air filters. They have particular uses for certain applications. Give us a call for further clarification of their uses and their specifications.
- Gardner Denver, Nano, Parker (Domnick Hunter/Airtek), and Zeks offer similar kinds of industrial air filters
- Mist eliminator
- Solberg offers Compressor and vacuum pump inlet filters and silencers
Quincy Compressed Air Filters: The Best in Filter Technology
Did you know that Quincy Air Filters help keep contaminants out of your air compressor for a more efficient and smooth operation? You heard that right. Their products not only prevent costly repairs but also promote the longevity of your compressor.
Air filtration systems come in different grades depending on how clean you need your air. Standard filters from Quincy are great for general applications, like in a warehouse.
If you need something a little more heavy-duty, try their mist eliminators which can remove oil vapors and other liquids from your airstream. For the ultimate in compressed air purity, go with their high-pressure filters which can remove different levels of liquid aerosols, odors, and vapors.
No matter what your needs are, Quincy has an air filtration system that can help you get the cleanest compressed air possible.
Purchase yours today from John Henry Foster, the only Quincy distributor that you can trust.
Choose John Henry Foster Equipment
We have long been a trusted name when it comes to compressed air systems and automation. We’ve helped numerous clients improve their efficiency, productivity, and cost-effectiveness with our wide range of products and equipment. For successful solutions, choose John Henry Foster Equipment.
Call us today at 800 582 5162 or visit our other product pages for more information.
Looking for additional information? Check out JHFoster’s Compressed Air Library.