FRL Air Filter, Regulator, and Lubricator System - 3/8" NPT - Metal Bowl, Automatic Float

FRL Air Filter, Regulator, and Lubricator System - 3/8 NPT - Metal Bowl, Automatic Float

Description

This (EX45FRL40A-03M) 3/8" NPT Air Filter, Regulator, and Lubricator (FRL) System trio pack saves space by combining features of the filter, regulator & lubricator into one unit. Its metal bowl with sight glass has a capacity of 7.4 oz. and an automatic drain, or can be manually drained by rotating the shut-off at the bottom. Regulator located in the middle includes 1 5/8” dial gauge readings in both PSI/Mpa and a lockout knob to set desired PSI. Attached next to the regulator is the lubricator, that includes a bowl with a capacity of 4.56 oz. FRL Lubricator delivers a consistent mist of oil through the airline and extends tool life which can be refilled either by removing bowl or filling through oil fill cap on top. Oil amount is easily adjusted by rotating dial at the top of the unit. Max Air Flow of 110 CFM and a max operating pressure 145 PSI. Always install FR 20' feet down line of air compressor to allow air to cool and lessen the amount of water carried through the supply line.

  • FRL Air Filter Regulator Lubricator System: Removes water/particles, protects air tools, prevents overdrying tools. Provides adjustable pressure, continuous oil supply, and extended air tool life.
  • Cast aluminum body. Locking adjustable pressure knob. Dial pressure gauge. Rotating flow dial. Easy-access oil fill cap. Automatic/Manual full-time fluid drain. Push-to-connect drain tubing connection to channel water safely.
  • Metal Bowl w/Sight Glass: Indicates fluid level. Filter Bowl Capacity: 7.4 OZ. Lubricator Bowl Capacity: 4.56 OZ.
  • 3/8" inch national pipe threads on both inlet/outlet. Dial gauge scale range: (0 to 160 PSI, 0 to 1.1 MPa). Adjustment range: 5-120 PSI.
  • Max Air Flow: 110 CFM. Max operating pressure: 145 PSI. Temperature range between 25°F and 140°F or -5°C and 60°C.
  • Part Number

    • EX45FRL40A-03M

    Vendor

    Milton