- Two-stage filtration system for removing condensation and foreign material
- Metal bowl for durabilty
- Built-in sight glass for viewing condensate level
- 1/2" female NPTF inlet and outlet for attaching to male fittings
- Maximum operating pressure of 250 psi
Alemite 5608-2 Moisture Separator, 1/2" NPTF(f) Inlet/Outlet, 110 cfm Air Flow @ 100 psi Inlet Pressure, 8 oz Bowl Capacity, 1/2" Female NPTF
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This Alemite 5608-2 moisture separator is a two-stage filtration device for removing condensation and foreign material from an air compressor line. It has a metal bowl for durability and a built-in sight glass for viewing the condensate level. It has 1/2" female National Pipe Taper Fuel (NPTF) inlet and outlet for attaching to male fittings. This moisture separator has a maximum operating pressure of 250 pounds per square inch (psi), a maximum operating temperature of 150 degrees C, and a flow of 110 cubic feet per minute (cfm) at 100 psi.
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Alemite manufactures lubrication and fluid handling systems and components. The company, founded in 1918, is headquartered in Fort Mill, SC.