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  • 608-882-6330 800-523-1327

    Fax: 608-882-5127 www.harvardcorp.com

    [email protected]

    INCREASES

    • Fluid Life

    • Machine Life

    • Equipment Life

    DECREASES

    • Downtime

    • Hazardous Waste Generated

    • Replacement Fluid Costs

    • Waste Disposal Costs

    Harvard TM Constant Contamination ControlTM Sys- tems are designed to provide the best in fluid filtration.

    FEATURES

    • Removes Contaminants as Low as 1-Micron

    • Removes Water from Petroleum Base Fluids

    • Moves Easily Site-to-Site

    • Filters Most Synthetic and Oil Base Fluids

    • Operation/Service Manual Included

    • Contact Distributor for Additional Information

    HARVARD CORPORATION 505 Union Street—Hwy 14 Evansville, WI 53536

    P O R T A B L E F I L T R AT I O N S Y S T E M S

  • P O R T A B L E F I L T R AT I O N S Y S T E M S APPLICATIONS

    • Manufacturing

    • Machine Shops

    • Injection Molding

    • OIL EDM Machines

    • Gear Oils

    • Diesel Fuel

    • Hydraulic Oils

    • Quench Oils

    • Glycerols

    • Heat Transfer Fluids

    • Turbine Oil

    • Compressors

    MODEL 87 PART NUMBERS

    • 900188—Single 5 gpm

    • 900186—Dual 8gpm

    • 900382—Single Gear Oil

    • 900383—Dual Gear Oil

    • 900245—Single Bag Filter

    • 900265—Dual Bag Filter

    • 900035—Air Driven Motor

    SPECIFICATIONS

    • Welded Steel Frame

    • Corrosion Resistant Powder Coating

    • Pressure Gauge for System pressure & Element Condition

    • Housings Available in Stainless Steel

    • Single: 21”W x 45”H x 19”D, 135 lbs

    • Dual: 23”W x 45”H x 19”D, 175 lbs

    • 10’ Suction and Return Hoses Included

    PUMP SYSTEM

    • Rotary Gear Positive Displacement

    • Capacity: Single 5 gpm / Dual 5 & 8 gpm

    • Quick Priming

    • Integral Pressure Relief Valve

    • Suction Line “Y” Strainer

    T h e F i l t e r M a k e s T h e D i f f e r e n c e The Harvard filter is designed as a multiple element filter. The HarvardTM patented non-channeling seal forms a positive barrier to channeling. The flow of oil carries the contami- nants into the depths of the filter media with no flow restrictions from surface loading. Each ele- ment will remove water from wet oils. The hydraulic pressure of the oil compresses the layers of filter media against the pat- ented non-channeling seal and toward the center of the element creating a constant pressure to avoid channeling. This compression along with the pressure against the filtering surface of the element causes the elements to become more compact, trapping contaminants as small as one- micron. Oil flow travels through the layers of the elements and into the oil return tube of the filter housing.

    608-882-6330 800-523-1327 Fax: 608-882-5127 www.harvardcorp.com [email protected]

    HARVARD CORPORATION 505 Union Street—Hwy 14 Evansville, WI 53536

    ELECTRICAL

    • 120, 240, 480 V Single OR Three Phase

    • High & Low Pressure Protection

    • Low Voltage Protection

    Particles (μm)

    Before After Extended Run

    4 117816 408 121

    6 607 16 0.6

    14 35 1 0

    ISO Code (4406)

    24/16/12 16/11/>7 14/>6/>3

    Typical Performance of Harvard System on Hydraulic Oil

    608-882-6330 800-523-1327 Fax: 608-882-5127 www.harvardcorp.com [email protected] HARVARD CORPORATION 505 Union Street—Hwy 14 Evansville, WI 53536 PORTABLE FILTRATION SYSTEMS PORTABLE FILTRATION SYSTEMS The Filter Makes The Difference 608-882-6330 800-523-1327 Fax: 608-882-5127 www.harvardcorp.com [email protected] HARVARD CORPORATION 505 Union Street—Hwy 14 Evansville, WI 53536

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