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WEH® Coalescing Filter TSF2 H₂ for installation in H2 fuelling stations, with filter cartridge Ø 38.0 mm, 350 bar

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  • Fine filter with high particle removal efficiency (efficiency of approx. 99.9% > 0.3 micron)
  • Protection of critical components in the fuel system
  • Wear and corrosion resistant
  • Ease of maintenance
Description
WEH® Coalescing Filter TSF2 H₂ for installation in H2 fuelling stations, with filter cartridge Ø 38.0 mm, 350 bar
Clean, filtered gases are essential to guarantee the proper function of components for vehicles and filling stations when refuelling with hydrogen. The WEH® TSF2 H₂ coalescing filter was developed to remove particles from the gas flow.

When filtering the gas flow, the TSF2 H₂ reliably removes contaminants such as oil, water and dirt particles which are contained in the gas. This contamination is isolated by the coalescing filter. Hydrogen flows through the filter, whereas contaminants such as oil, water and other aerosols coalesce, and drop into the sump of the filter, where they are separated into a drain port.

The WEH® TSF2 H2 is easy to maintain and can be installed onboard vehicles and in fuelling stations at any time.
Features
  • Fine filter with high particle removal efficiency (efficiency of approx. 99.9% > 0.3 micron)
  • Protection of critical components in the fuel system
  • Wear and corrosion resistant
  • Ease of maintenance
Technical Data
Nominal bore DN 10 mm
Pressure range PN = 350 bar (5,000 psi) | PS = 450 bar | PT = 675 bar
Temperature range -40 °C up to +85 °C
Media inlet UNF 9/16"-18 internal thread, SAE J1926
Material Corrosion resistant stainless steel
Sealing material Hydrogen compatible
Filter element < 1 micron
Design Incl. plug
Part No. C1-120710-X01
Application
Coalescing filter for installation in H2 fuelling stations.
Only use filters with EC79 approval for fitment in vehicles!
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Datasheet PDF 237 KB
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