BAM10-NPT, BAM20-NPT, BAM30-NPT, BAM40-NPT, BAM50-NPT, BAM70-NPT
The Parker domnick hunter BAM Breathing Air
Purifiers consist of six purification stages
mounted on a portable skid for high-capacity
multiple personnel breathing air applications.
At the inlet, a first stage water separator
removes bulk water, followed immediately by
a second stage high efficiency coalescing filter
to reduce oil and water content and a third stage
activated carbon filter to remove oil vapor and
odors. The fourth stage adsorption dryer,
reduces the water vapor content of the
compressed air (to -40°C pdp) and CO2, NO and
NO2 levels to below the legal permissible limits.
Downstream of the adsorption dryer, a catalyst
converts carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide,
again, to below the legal limits. A final dust filter
captures any particulates carried over from the
Built to exaction standards, the BAM series is
engineered to exceed breathing air certified
standards. As standard the BAM series are fitted
with a CO monitor meaning that there are no high
- priced additional expenses or delays to arrange
external monitor fitting.
Certified air quality
The air quality produced by BAM series has been
certified by a 3rd party independent authority test
house. The air quality delivered by the BAM series
is better than the European Pharmacopoeia standard,
assuring guaranteed performance and reliability
at all times.
The BAM series has a modular space saving footprint
making it one of the most compact product series
on the market. The BAM series has an energy
management system fitted as standard, offering
additional savings for running costs.
Simple maintenance and servicing
The BAM series has been designed with cartridges
for the catalyst separation. This will ensure longer
maintenance intervals which ultimately save time
and servicing costs.
Ease of installation
The BAM series can be used with a general
compressed air supply, and with most suitably
• 6 Purification stages
• CO monitor fitted as standard
• CO and CO2 reduction to below legal permissible limits
• Energy management system fitted as standard
• Modular, space saving design
• Use with any compressed air supply
1. All BAM models are manufcatured with BSP connections. BSP to NPT adapters are included as standard (ship loose).
2. Stated flows are for operation at 7 bar g (100 psi g / 0.7 MPa g) with reference to 20ºC, 1 bar a, 0% relative water vapor pressure. Consult mdi for flow rates at other conditions.
3. (DDS) Dewpoint Dependent Switching is standard.
4. BAM units include CO monitor as standard. CO monitor is CE only (not UL).
5. Skid mounted version available as special option (Consult mdi).
6. BAM units are CE only (Not UL). BAM units do not have CRN.
Sizing and Selection
To ensure quoted air purity performance is met, a breathing air system must be sized correctly for minimum operating pressure, maximum inlet temperature and maximum inlet flow rate using the correction factors found in the Product Information Sheet.
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