The company says its next generation of FRL systems can deliver "up to 10 bar of pressure as standard (polycarbonate bowl) and, with the addition of an aluminium bowl, they can deliver up to 17 bar, ensuring high-performance pneumatic systems perform at their best."
As a compact modular product, the units can now be comfortably specified in applications where larger FRL systems previously could not be accommodated due to space restrictions. Constructed from aluminium, the new designs are modularly compatible with the existing Parker Global FRL series using patented modular connection system, with high levels of standardisation throughout.
The company says they also offer high-efficiency elements as standard and excellent water removal capabilities, featuring a positive bayonet latch to ensure fast, secure and safe fitting, and allowing the filter element cartridge to be changed using only one hand. Nitrile rubber (NBR) diaphragm and seals are deployed throughout.
Suitable for a wide variety of applications and conditions, the FRL P31 Mini series can operate between -10°C and 52°C as standard and can be extended to operate equally as effectively at 65.5°C when using an aluminium bowl. Similarly, the FRL P32 Compact series can operate between -25°C to 52°C as standard with the same extension to 65.5°C with the aluminium bowl. Versions capable of operating at temperatures as low as -40°C will be available soon