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Kaeser's Activated carbon Towers (KAT) are single tower pressure vessels filled with activated carbon adsorbent, that virtually eliminates oil vapor in compressed air. Other hydrocarbon vapors normally absorbable by activated carbon are also removed.
KAT's are used where oil vapor and odor contaminate end products such as food and drugs, or when the odor makes the environment uncomfortable.
Activated carbon works by adsorbing contaminants onto the surface of its internal pores. This process continues until it is saturated. When this occurs, the spent activated carbon should be removed and replaced.

Easy Installation
The KAT only requires piping connection for complete installation. For best performance, the KAT should be installed after a refrigerated air dryer. Using a Kaeser coalescing oil removal filter as a prefilter will greatly extend the life of the carbon bed. A Kaeser particulate filter installed after the KAT will prevent carbon dust and other solid contaminants from going downstream and harming equipment.

Engineering Data
Maximum Inlet Flow Capacities Table 1 lists the maximum inlet flow capacity at 100 psig. To determine maxi mum inlet flows at inlet pressures other than 100 psig, multiply the maximum flow from Table 1 by the multiplier from Table 2 that corresponds to the KAT inlet pressure.

Tower Sizing
At an inlet oil vapor concentration of 0.1 ppm w/w, the adsorber tower has a life of 30,000 hours at rated flow conditions. This concentration corresponds to air saturated with typical mineral oil at 75°F and 100 psig.
At an inlet oil vapor concentration of 0.35 ppm w/w, the adsorber tower has a life of 8,800 hours at rated flow conditions. This concentration corresponds to air saturated with typical mineral oil of 100°F and 100 psig.





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Max. Flow at 100 psig

Max. Working Pressure

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Connection Size (Inlet/Outlet)

Connection Type (Inlet/Outlet)

Weight

KAT 60 60 scfm 250 psig 70 x 10 x 24 in. N/A NPT 68 lbs
KAT 80 80 scfm 250 psig 72 x 11 x 24 in. N/A NPT 89 lbs
KAT 120 120 scfm 250 psig 78 x 15 x 16 in. 1 in. NPT 157 lbs
KAT 190 190 scfm 250 psig 60 x 17 x 18 in. 1 1/2 in. NPT 176 lbs
KAT 350 350 scfm 200 psig 63 x 20 x 20 in. 1 1/2 in. NPT 201 lbs
KAT 500 500 scfm 200 psig 64 x 22 x 22 in. 2 in. NPT 271 lbs
KAT 600 600 scfm 200 psig 69 x 25 x 25 in. 3 in. NPT 353 lbs
KAT 800 800 scfm 200 psig 70 x 27 x 27 in. 3 in. NPT 415 lbs
KAT 1000 1000 scfm 200 psig 72 x 29 x 29 in. 4 in. Flange 474 lbs
KAT 1250 1250 scfm 200 psig 73 x 31 x 31 in. 4 in. Flange 604 lbs
KAT 1500 1500 scfm 200 psig 73 x 33 x 33 in. 4 in. Flange 662 lbs
KAT 1800 1800 scfm 180 psig 74 x 36 x 35 in. 4 in. Flange 741 lbs
KAT 2100 2100 scfm 200 psig 80 x 37 x 37 in. 4 in. Flange 1136 lbs
KAT 2800 2800 scfm 200 psig 79 x 42 x 42 in. 4 in. Flange 1279 lbs
KAT 4000 4000 scfm 200 psig 84 x 48 x 59 in. 6 in. Flange 1840 lbs
KAT 5500 5500 scfm 180 psig 88 x 54 x 65 in. 6 in. Flange 2578 lbs
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