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1 Please refer to page 14-20-62 for specific product precautions. Mist Separator AM Series Model AM250 AM350 AM450 AM650 AM550 AM150 Model AM850 Series AM can separate Note) 750 12000 2200 6000 1500 3500 300 l Rated flow ( /min (ANR)) and remove oil mist in Por t size compressed air which is 1 3 3 3 1 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 12 1 1 1 1 ,, , ,,, ,, ,, , 4 4 8 2 2 4 4 2 8 8 2 4 2 8 (Nominal size B) difficult to remove by eight (kg) W 1.4 10.5 0.9 4.2 0.38 0.55 2.1 ordinary air filters and Note) Max. flow capacity at a pressure of 0.7 MPa. remove solid particles such Max. flow varies depending on operating pressure. Refer to “Flow Characteristics” (page 14-20-17) and as rust or carbon of more figure of “Max. Air Flow” (page 14-20-18). μ than 0.3 m. It is the most Note) Refer to “Made to Order Specifications” on page 14- Specifications 20-57 for large flow capacity type of AM850 or more. suitable for air sources that Compressed air Fluid drive pilot, metal seal 1.0 MPa Max. operating pressure (1) 0.05 MPa Min. operating pressure solenoid valves. 1.5 MPa Proof pressure C 5 to 60 ° Ambient and fluid temperature 0.3 m (95% particle size collection) μ Filtration 3 (2) (ANR) ( ≅ 0.8 ppm) Max. 1.0 mg/m Oil mist removal rate 2 years or when pressure drop reaches 0.1 MPa Element life Note 1) 0.1 MPa (N.O. type) or 0.15 MPa (N.C. type) in the case of types with auto-drain. 3 (ANR) is blown out by compressor Note 2) At oil mist density of 30 mg/m on page 14-20-55. ” Refer to “ Made to Order Specifications Accessory (Option) Applicable model AM850 AM250 AM650 AM350 AM450 AM550 AM150 Bracket assembly With cap bolt and BM54 BM51 BM55 BM56 BM57 BM52 BM53 spring washer Caution JIS Symbol Be sure to read before handling. Refer to pages 14-21-3 to 4 for Safety AM Instructions and Common Precautions on the products mentioned in this catalog, pages 14-14-6 to 8 for Precautions on every series, and pages 14-20-55 P. 14-20-62 to 64 for more detailed precautions on every series. How to Order 250 03 AM B J Option Body size B 1 1 ∗ Standard 150 Drain guide female thread J 4 8 Accessory (Option) 1 250 Standard IN-OUT reversal direction R 4 Symbol Description 3 350 T Element service indicator Standard 8 Nil — 1 Standard 450 2 B Bracket 3 Standard 550 4 C N.C. auto-drain 650 1 Standard D N.O. auto-drain 1 Standard 1 850 2 ∗ Refer to the table below for Note) Refer to “How to Order Bowl accessory/Option combinations. Assembly” on page 14-20-59. Thread type Rc Nil  Depends on model Available Not available Accessory/Option Combinations F G Option specifications Applicable model Accessory Accessory (Option) N NPT T AM150 R AM250 DJ AM450 C AM550 AM650 AM850 AM350 C N.C. auto-drain Port size Accessory D N.O. auto-drain B B 3 1 01 06 8 4 1 -J Drain guide B B B 4 1 1 10 02 4 -R IN-OUT reversal direction Option B B 3 1 1 14 03 8 2 -T Element service indicator B B 1 2 20 04 2 14-20-16

2 Mist Separator AM Series Element oil saturation Flow Characteristics to the element. Note) Compressed air over max. flow line in the table below may not meet the specifications of the product. It may cause damage 1 BB B 2 AM850 AM450 AM150 1 1 1 2 8 0.1 MPa Max. flow line 0.1 MPa Max. flow line 0.1 MPa Max. flow line Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) 3 Air flow rate ( /min (ANR)) Air flow rate ( l /min (ANR)) l /min (ANR)) Air flow rate (m B B AM250 3 1 AM550 4 4 0.1 MPa Max. flow line 0.1 MPa Max. flow line Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) Air flow rate ( l /min (ANR)) Air flow rate ( l /min (ANR)) B AM650 AM350 1 0.1 MPa Max. flow line 0.1 MPa Max. flow line HA  AT Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) ID  AMG Air flow rate ( /min (ANR)) /min (ANR)) l Air flow rate ( l AFF AM  Misc. 14-20-17

3 Series AM Construction AM650 to AM850 AM150 to AM550 Component Parts Note) Refer to page 14-20-59 for “How to Order Bowl Assembly”. No. Material Note Description Aluminum die-casted Body Chrome treated q ∗ Epoxy coating on inner surface Aluminum die-casted Housing w Note) Sight glass is indicated in the figure above for easy empered glass T Sight glass e understanding of parts, however mounting position is different. Refer to dimensions on pages 14-20-19 to ∗ AM850 is aluminum casted. 14-20-20 for details. Replacement Parts Model No. Description Material AM150 AM250 AM650 AM550 AM450 AM850 AM350 Glass fiber, Element r AM-EL150 AM-EL650 AM-EL450 AM-EL350 AM-EL850 AM-EL250 AM-EL550 Others assembly Element assembly : With gasket and O-ring ∗ Max. flow line Model Selection Max. Air Flow Select the model in accordance with the following procedure taking the inlet pressure and max. air flow into consideration. (Example) Inlet pressure: 0.6 MPa 3 Max. air flow capacity: 5 m /min (ANR) . Select the point of contact A of inlet pressure and max. air capacity 1 in the graph. AM650 is obtained when the max. flow line is above the point of . 2 intersection A in the graph. /min (ANR)) 3 Note) Make sure to select a model that has the maximum flow ate line above the obtained intersecting point. With a r model that has the maximum flow rate line below the obtained intersecting point, the flow rate will be exceeded, thus leading to a problem such as being unable to satisfy the specifications. Max. air flow rate (m Inlet pressure (MPa) 14-20-18

4 Mist Separator Series AM Dimensions AM150 to AM650 Accessory D: With auto-drain (N.O.) Drain cock: Black One-touch fitting C: With auto-drain (N.C.) Drain cock: Gray One-touch fitting ∗ N.C. auto-drain not available for AM650. Option J: With drain guide Bracket (Option) female thread T: With element service indicator Drain HA  space Maintenance AT  ID AMG Element service Dimensions with mounting bracket Port size indicator AFF C B G D A E F Model (Nominal size B) H O N U T M L K J I S R Q P 1 1 3 10 37 56 26 5.5 35 1.6 70 4.5 9 15 54 5 24 13 63 159 166 100 20 63 AM150 , , 8 8 4  AM 1 3 10 28 12 37 8 2.0 66 66 6 20 5 84 40 27 20 172 187 76 113 13 76 , 4 8 AM250 1 10 66 37 17 84 28 6 66 2.0 5 12 8 40 27 16 20 76 76 178 119 187 2 Misc. 1 3 , 10 8 100 34 5 7 14 80 2.3 37 22 80 50 32 204 90 20 218 16 145 90 8 2 AM350 3 10 2.3 14 80 8 37 19 100 34 5 7 80 50 32 90 151 90 218 20 210 19 4 1 3 , 10 25 37 50 90 110 9 88 10 9 3.2 14 55 37 225 20 166 241 19 106 106 4 2 AM450 10 110 9 88 10 21 9 14 3.2 50 90 37 55 37 173 20 106 22 232 106 241 1 3 AM550 , 10 130 10 16 4.5 30 37 9 10 60 100 102 65 39 20 200 22 122 122 259 277 1 4 1 AM650 11 , 10 11 37 12 40 76 20 4.5 150 15 136 180 85 55 32 160 253 311 334 160 20 2 14-20-19

5 Series AM Dimensions AM850 Accessory D: With auto-drain (N.O.) for AM850 female thread Option With element service indicator T: Bracket (Option) Drain female thread space Maintenance Dimensions with mounting bracket Port size C B D G A F E Model (Nominal size B) K H L M I J O P Q R S N 1 184 180 220 15 110 13 18 30 6.0 120 24 463.5 460.5 220 10 220 57.5 348 42 AM850 1 ,2 2 14-20-20

6 Safety Instructions These safety instructions are intended to prevent a hazardous situation and/or equipment damage. These instructions indicate the level of potential hazard by labels of Note 1) or "Danger" . To ensure safety, be sure to observe ISO 4414 "Caution", "Warning" , Note 2) JIS B 8370 and other safety practices. Operator error could result in injury or equipment damage. Caution : Operator error could result in serious injury or loss of life. W arning : In extreme conditions, there is a possible result of serious injury or loss of life. Danger : ISO 4414: Pneumatic fluid power--General rules relating to systems. Note 1) Note 2) JIS B 8370: General Rules for Pneumatic Equipment Warning 1. The compatibility of pneumatic equipment is the responsibility of the person who designs the pneumatic system or decides its specifications. Since the products specified here are used in various operating conditions, their compatibility for the specific pneumatic system must be based on specifications or after analysis and/or tests to meet your specific requirements. The expected performance and safety assurance will be the responsibility of the person who has determined the compatibility of the system. This person should continuously review the suitability of all items specified, referring to the latest catalog information with a view to giving due consideration to any possibility of equipment failure when configuring a system. 2. Only trained personnel should operate pneumatically operated machinery and equipment. Compressed air can be dangerous if an operator is unfamiliar with it. Assembly, handling or repair of pneumatic systems should be performed by trained and experienced operators. Do not service machinery/equipment or attempt to remove components until 3. safety is confirmed. 1. Inspection and maintenance of machinery/equipment should only be performed once measures to prevent falling or runaway of the driver objects have been confirmed. 2. When equipment is to be removed, confirm the safety process as mentioned above. Cut the supply pressure for this equipment and exhaust all residual compressed air in the system. 3. Before machinery/equipment is restarted, take measures to prevent shooting-out of cylinder piston rod, etc. Contact SMC if the product is to be used in any of the following conditions: 4. 1. Conditions and environments beyond the given specifications, or if product is used outdoors. 2. Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railway, air navigation, vehicles, medical equipment, food and beverages, recreation equipment, emergency stop circuits, clutch and brake circuits in press applications, or safety equipment. 3. An application which has the possibility of having negative effects on people, property, or animals, requiring special safety analysis. 14-21-3

7 Common Precautions Be sure to read before handling. For detailed precautions on every series, refer to main text. 4. Use clean air Selection If the compressed air supply is contaminated with chemicals, cynthetic materials, corrosive gas, etc., it may lead to break arning W down or malfunction. 1. Confirm the specifications. Products represented in this catalog are designed for use in Operating Environment compressed air appllications only (including vacuum), unless otherwise indicated. arning W Do not use the product outside their design parameters. Please contact SMC when using the products in applications 1. Do not use in environments where the product other than compressed air (including vacuum). is directly exposed to corrosive gases, hemicals, salt water, water or steam. c Mounting 2. Do not expose the product to direct sunlight or an extended period of time. f W arning 3. Do not use in a place subject to heavy 1. Instruction manual vibrations and/or shocks. Install the products and operate them only after reading the 4. Do not mount the product in locations where it instruction manual carefully and understanding its contents. is exposed to radiant heat. Also keep the manual where it can be referred to as necessary. Maintenance 2. Securing the space for maintenance When installing the products, please allow access for arning W maintenance. 1. Maintenance procedures are outlined in the 3. Tightening torque operation manual. When installing the products, please follow the listed torque Not following proper procedures could cause the product to specifications. malfunction and could lead to damage to the equipment or machine. Piping 2. Maintenance work If handled improperly, compressed air can be dangerous. Caution Assembly, handling and repair of pneumatic systems should 1. Before piping be performed by qualified personnel only. Make sure that all debris, cutting oil, dust, etc, are removed 3. Drain flushing from the piping. Remove drainage from air filters regularly. (Refer to the 2. Wrapping of pipe tape specifications.) When screwing piping or fittings into ports, ensure that chips 4. Shut-down before maintenance from the pipe threads or sealing material do not get inside the Before attempting any kind of maintenance make sure the piping. Also, when the pipe tape is used, leave 1.5 to 2 thread supply pressure is shut of and all residual air pressure is r idges exposed at the end of the threads. released from the system to be worked on. 5. Start-up after maintenance and inspection Air Supply Apply operating pressure and power to the equipment and check for proper operation and possible air leaks. If operation arning W is abnormal, please verify product set-up parameters. 1. Operating fluid 6. Do not make any modifications to be product. Please consult with SMC when using the product in Do not take the product apart. applications other than compressed air (including vacuum). Regarding products for general fluid, please ask SMC about applicable fluids. 2. Install an air dryer, aftercooler, etc. Excessive condensate in a compressed air system may cause v alves and other pneumatic equipment to malfunction. Installation of an air dryer, after cooler etc. is recommended. 3. Drain flushing If condensate in the drain bowl is not emptied on a regular basis, the bowl will over flow and allow the condensate to enter the compressed air lines. If the drain bowl is difficult to check and remove, it is recommended that a drain bowl with the auto-drain option be installed. or compressed air quality, refer to “Air Preparation F Equipment” catalog. 14-21-4

8 Quality Assurance Information (ISO 9001, ISO 14001) Reliable quality of products in the global market To enable our customers throughout SMC’s quality control system the world to use our products with Make customers our en greater confidence, SMC has ev first priority, offering Create new them reliable and products using the friendly service. obtained certification for international latest technology, and offer the finest standards “ISO 9001” and “ISO products in a Produce the highest timely manner. quality with the participation of all 14001”, and created a complete employees. structure for quality assurance and environmental controls. SMC Quality policies products pursue to meet its customers’ expectations while also considering company’s contribution in society. Market research Product planning After service Sales coordination New product evaluation Quality system Research Reliability design Education education Design Reliability testing raining T T raining of Development Quality management system New technical suppliers Production development ISO 9001 Process control Inspection, testing, etc. Initial production control This is an international standard for quality control and quality assurance. SMC has obtained a large Quality control activities nu mber of certifications in Japan and overseas, providing assurance to our customers throughout the world. Environmental management system ISO 14001 This is an international standard related to environmental management systems and environmental inspections. While promoting environmentally friendly automation technology, SMC is also making diligent efforts to preserve the environment. 14-21-5

9 SMC Product Conforming to Inter SMC products complying with EN/ISO, CSA/UL standards are supporting CE Mark The CE mark indicates that machines and components meet essential requirements of all the EC Directives applied. It has been obligatory to apply CE marks indicating conformity with EC Directives when machines and components are exported to the member Nations of the EU. Once “A manufacturer himself” declares a product to be safe by means of CE marking (declaration of conformity by manufacturer), free distribution inside the member Nations of the EU is permissible. CE Mark  SMC provides CE marking to products to which EMC and Low Voltage Directives have been applied, in accordance with CETOP (European hydraulics and pneumatics committee) guide lines.  As of February 1998, the following 18 countries will be obliged to conform to CE mark legislation Iceland, Ireland, United Kingdom, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Greece, Liechtenstein, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Finland, France, Belgium, Portugal, Luxembourg  EC Directives and Pneumatic Components • Machinery Directive The Machinery Directive contains essential health and safety requirements for machinery, as applied to industrial machines e.g. machine tools, injection molding machines and automatic machines. Pneumatic equipment is not specified in Machinery Directive. However, the use of SMC products that are certified as conforming to EN Standards, allows customers to simplify preparation work of the Technical Construction File required for a Declaration of Conformity. • Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive The EMC Directive specifies electromagnetic compatibility. Equipment which may generate electromagnetic interference or whose function may be compromised by electromagnetic interference is required to be immune to electromagnetic affects (EMS/immunity) without emitting excessive electromagnetic affects (EMI/emission). • Low Voltage Directive This directive is applied to products, which operate above 50 VAC to 1000 VAC and 75 VDC to 1500 VDC operating voltage, and require electrical safety measures to be introduced. • Simple Pressure Vessels Directive This directive is applied to welded vessels whose maximum operating pressure (PS) and volume of vessel (V) exceed 50 bar/L. Such vessels require EC type examination and then CE marking. 14-21-6

10 SMC Product Conforming to International Standards national Standards you to comply with EC directives and CSA/UL standards. Mark of compliance Mark of compliance for CSA/UL for CSA  CSA Standards & UL Standards UL and CSA standards have been applied in North America (U.S.A. and Canada) symbolizing safety of electric products, and are defined to mainly prevent danger from electric shock or fire, resulting from trouble with electric products. Both UL and CSA standards are acknowledged in North America as the first class certifying body. They have a long experience and ability for issuing product safety certificate. Products approved by CSA or UL standards are accepted in most states and governments beyond question. Since CSA is a test certifying body as the National Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) within the jurisdiction of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), SMC was tested for compliance with CSA Standards and UL Standards at the same time and was approved for compliance with the two Standards. The above CSA NRTL/C logo is described on a product label in order to indicate that the product is approved by CSA and UL Standards. TSSA (MCCR) Registration Products  TSSA is the regulation in Ontario State, Canada. The products that the operating pressure is more than 5 psi (0.03 MPa) and the piping size is bigger than 1 inch. fall into the scope of TSSA regulation. Products conforming to CE Standard With CE symbol for simple visual recognition In this catalog each accredited product series is indicated with a CE mark symbol. However, in some cases, every available models may not meet CE compliance. Please visit our web site for the latest selection of available models with CE mark. http://www.smcworld.com 14-21-7

11 SMC’s Global Service Network America Europe SMC Pneumatics (U.K.) Ltd. U.K. U.S.A. SMC Corporation of America Vincent Avenue, Crownhill, Milton Keynes, MK8 0AN, Backinghamshire, U.K. 3011 North Franklin Road Indianapolis, IN 46226, U.S.A. TEL: 01908-563888 FAX: 01908-561185 TEL: 317-899-4440 FAX: 317-899-3102 SMC Pneumatik GmbH GERMANY SMC Pneumatics (Canada) Ltd. CANADA Boschring 13-15 D-63329 Egelsbach, Germany 6768 Financial Drive Mississauga, Ontario, L5N 7J6 Canada TEL: 06103-4020 FAX: 06103-402139 TEL: 905-812-0400 FAX: 905-812-8686 SMC Italia S.p.A. ITALY SMC Corporation (Mexico), S.A. DE C.V. MEXICO Via Garibaldi 62 I-20061 Carugate Milano, Italy Carr. Silao-Trejo K.M. 2.5 S/N, Predio San Jose del Duranzo TEL: 02-9271365 FAX: 02-9271365 C.P. 36100, Silao, Gto., Mexico TEL: 472-72-2-55-00 FAX: 472-72-2-59-44/2-59-46 FRANCE SMC Pneumatique S.A. 1 Boulevard de Strasbourg, Parc Gustave Eiffel, Bussy Saint Georges, F-77600 SMC Pneumatics (Chile) S.A. CHILE Marne La Vallee Cedex 3 France Av. La Montaña 1,115 km. 16,5 P. Norte Parque TEL: 01-64-76-10-00 FAX: 01-64-76-10-10 Industrial Valle Grande, Lampa Santiago, Chile TEL: 02-270-8600 FAX: 02-270-8601 SWEDEN SMC Pneumatics Sweden AB Ekhagsvägen 29-31, S-141 05 Huddinge, Sweden ARGENTINA SMC Argentina S.A. TEL: 08-603-07-00 FAX: 08-603-07-10 Teodoro Garcia 3860 (1427) Buenos Aires, Argentina TEL: 011-4555-5762 FAX: 011-4555-5762 SMC Pneumatik AG SWITZERLAND Dorfstrasse 7, Postfach 117, CH-8484 Weisslingen, Switzerland SMC Pneumatics Bolivia S.R.L. BOLIVIA TEL: 052-396-3131 FAX: 052-396-3191 Avenida Beni Numero 4665 Santa Cruz de la Sierra-Casilla de Correo 2281, Bolivia AUSTRIA SMC Pneumatik GmbH (Austria) TEL: 591-3-3428383 FAX: 591-3-3449900 Girakstrasse 8, A-2100 Korneuburg, Austria TEL: 0-2262-6228-0 FAX: 0-2262-62285 VENEZUELA SMC Neumatica Venezuela S.A. Apartado 40152, Avenida Nueva Granada, Edificio Wanlac, SPAIN SMC España, S.A. Local 5, Caracas 1040-A, Venezuela Zuazobidea 14 Pol. Ind. Júndiz 01015 Vitoria, Spain TEL: 2-632-1310 FAX: 2-632-3871 TEL: 945-184-100 FAX: 945-184-510 PERU (Distributor) IMPECO Automatizacion Industrial S.A. IRELAND SMC Pneumatics (Ireland) Ltd. AV. Canevaro 752, Lince, Lima, Peru 2002 Citywest Business Campus, Naas Road, Saggart, Co. Dublin, Ireland TEL: 1-471-6002 FAX: 1-471-0935 TEL: 01-403-9000 FAX: 01-466-0385 BAKO S.A. URUGUAY (Distributor) NETHERLANDS (Associated company) SMC Pneumatics BV Galicia 1650 esq. Gaboto C.P. 11200, Montevideo, Uruguay De Ruyterkade 120, NL-1011 AB Amsterdam, Netherlands TEL: 2-401-6603 FAX: 2-409-4306 TEL: 020-5318888 FAX: 020-5318880 SMC Pneumaticos Do Brasil Ltda. BRAZIL GREECE (Distributor) S.Parianopoulos S.A. Rua. Dra. Maria Fidelis, nr. 130, Jardim Piraporinha-Diadema-S.P. 7, Konstantinoupoleos Street 11855 Athens, Greece CEP: 09950-350, Brasil TEL: 01-3426076 FAX: 01-3455578 TEL: 11-4051-1177 FAX: 11-4071-6636 DENMARK SMC Pneumatik A/S COLOMBIA (Distributor) Airmatic Ltda. Knudsminde 4 B DK-8300 Calle 18 69-05 Apart. Aereo 081045 Santa Fe de Bogotá, Colombia Odder, Denmark TEL: 1-424-9240 FAX: 1-424-9260 TEL: 70252900 FAX: 70252901 14-21-20

12 SMC’s Global Service Network Europe Oceania/Asia AUSTRALIA SMC Pneumatics (Australia) Pty.Ltd. SMC Pneumatics Finland OY FINLAND 14-18 Hudson Avenue Castle Hill NSW 2154, Australia PL72, Tiistinniityntie 4, SF-02231 ESP00, Finland TEL: 02-9354-8222 FAX: 02-9894-5719 TEL: 09-8595-80 FAX: 09-8595-8595 NORWAY SMC Pneumatics Norway A/S SMC Pneumatics (New Zealand) Ltd. NEW ZEALAND Vollsveien 13C, Granfoss Næringspark N-1366 LYSAKER, Norway 8C Sylvia Park Road Mt.Wellington Auckland, New Zealand TEL: 67-12-90-20 FAX: 67-12-90-21 TEL: 09-573-7007 FAX: 09-573-7002 BELGIUM (Distributor) SMC Pneumatics N.V./S.A. TAIWAN SMC Pneumatics (Taiwan) Co.,Ltd. Nijverheidsstraat 20 B-2160 Wommelgem Belguim 17, Lane 205, Nansan Rd., Sec.2, Luzhu-Hsiang, Taoyuan-Hsien, TAIWAN TEL: 03-355-1464 FAX: 03-355-1466 TEL: 03-322-3443 FAX: 03-322-3387 SMC Industrial Automation Polska Sp.z.o.o. POLAND HONG KONG SMC Pneumatics (Hong Kong) Ltd. ul. Konstruktorska 11A, PL-02-673 Warszawa, Poland 29/F, Clifford Centre, 778-784 Cheung, Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon, TEL: 022-548-5085 FAX: 022-548-5087 Hong Kong TEL: 2744-0121 FAX: 2785-1314 TURKEY (Distributor) Entek Pnömatik San.ve Tic. Ltd. Sti Perpa Tic. Merkezi Kat:11 No.1625 80270 Okmeydani Istanbul, Türkiye SMC Pneumatics (S.E.A.) Pte. Ltd. SINGAPORE TEL: 0212-221-1512 FAX: 0212-221-1519 89 Tuas Avenue 1, Jurong Singapore 639520 TEL: 6861-0888 FAX: 6861-1889 RUSSIA SMC Pneumatik LLC. 36/40 Sredny prospect V.O. St. Petersburg 199004, Russia PHILIPPINES SHOKETSU SMC Corporation TEL: 812-118-5445 FAX: 812-118-5449 Unit 201 Common Goal Tower, Madrigal Business Park, Ayala Alabang Muntinlupa, Philippines CZECH SMC Industrial Automation CZ s.r.o. TEL: 02-8090565 FAX: 02-8090586 Hudcova 78a, CZ-61200 Brno, Czech Republic TEL: 05-4121-8034 FAX: 05-4121-8034 SMC Pneumatics (S.E.A.) Sdn. Bhd. MALAYSIA Lot 36 Jalan Delima1/1, Subang Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Batu 3 40000 Shah Alam HUNGARY SMC Hungary Ipari Automatizálási kft. Selangor, Malaysia Budafoki ut 107-113 1117 Budapest TEL: 03-56350590 FAX: 03-56350602 TEL: 01-371-1343 FAX: 01-371-1344 SMC Pneumatics Korea Co., Ltd. SOUTH KOREA SMC Romania S.r.l. ROMANIA Woolim e-BIZ Center (Room 1008), 170-5, Guro-Dong, Guro-Gu, Str. Frunzei, Nr. 29, Sector 2, Bucharest, Romania Seoul, 152-050, South Korea TEL: 01-3205111 FAX: 01-3261489 TEL: 02-3219-0700 FAX: 02-3219-0702 SMC Priemyselná automatizáciá, s.r.o SLOVAKIA SMC (China) Co., Ltd. CHINA Nova 3, SK-83103 Bratislava 7 Wan Yuan St. Beijing Economic & Technological Development Zone 100176, China TEL: 02-4445-6725 FAX: 02-4445-6028 TEL: 010-67882111 FAX: 010-67881837 SMC Industrijska Avtomatilca d.o.o. SLOVENIA SMC Thailand Ltd. THAILAND Grajski trg 15, SLO- 8360 Zuzemberk, Slovenia 134/6 Moo 5, Tiwanon Road, Bangkadi, Amphur Muang, Patumthani 12000, Thailand TEL: 07388-5240 FAX: 07388-5249 TEL: 02-963-7099 FAX: 02-501-2937 INDIA SMC Pneumatics (India) Pvt. Ltd. D-107 to 112, Phase-2, Extension, Noida, Dist. Gautaim Budh Nagar, U.P. 201 305, India TEL: (0120)-4568730 FAX: 0120-4568933 Hyflo Southern Africa (Pty.) Ltd. SOUTH AFRICA (Distributor) P.O.Box 240 Paardeneiland 7420 South Africa P.T. Riyadi Putera Makmur INDONESIA (Distributor) TEL: 021-511-7021 FAX: 021-511-4456 Jalan Hayam Wuruk Komplek Glodok Jaya No. 27-28 Jakarta 11180 Indonesia TEL: 021-625 5548 FAX: 021-625 5888 EGYPT (Distributor) Saadani Trading & Ind. Services 15 Sebaai Street, Miami 21411 Alexandria, Egypt PAKISTAN (Distributor) Jubilee Corporation TEL: 3-548-50-34 FAX: 3-548-50-34 First Floor Mercantile Centre, Newton Road Near Boulton Market P.O. Box 6165 Karachi 74000 Pakistan TEL: 021-243-9070/8449 FAX: 021-241-4589 Baccara Automation Control ISRAEL (Distributor) Kvutzat Geva 18915 Israel TEL: 04-653-5960 FAX: 04-653-1445 Assaggaff Trading Est. SAUDI ARABIA (Distributor) P.O. Box 3385 Al-Amir Majed Street, Jeddah-21471, Saudi Arabia TEL: 02-6761574 FAX: 02-6708173 14-21-21

13 A P REPARATION IR 5.19 ILTERS FFICIENCY IGH E F : H M S EPARATOR S ERIES (N)AM IST 3 3 1 1 1 ⁄ 4 ⁄ 8 , Port Sizes ⁄ 2 , ,2" ⁄ 4 ,1 , ⁄ 2 Removes 99.9% of Oil Mist and Fine Particles down to 0.3μm Manual or Automatic Drain Cartridge Type Element for easy replacement Small additional clearance required for cartridge replacement Mist Separators are also available for the Modular Range of Air Preparation Products T ECHNICAL IMENSIONS D S PECIFICATIONS S IST ERIES S M NAM EPARATOR Max Operating Pressure 1MPa / 145PSI Min Operating Pressure 0.05MPa / 8PSI 5~60ºC / 40~140ºF Ambient & Fluid Temp Filtration Degree 0.3μm 99.9% Oil Mist Removal 300 NAM150 NAM250 750 NAM350 1500 A CCESSORIES 2,200 NAM450 n/min* Max Flow Rate l 3,500 NAM550 Bracket NAM650 6,000 NAM150 ...BM51 12,000 NAM850 NAM250 ...BM52 NAM350 ...BM53 *0.7MPa Supply, 0.03MPa or less pressure drop NAM450 ...BM54 (Clearance required for NAM550 ...BM55 cartridge change) NAM650 ...BM56 NAM850 ...BM57 C B Port A Filter element Model mm NPT mm mm NAM150 ...AM-EL150 1 NAM250 ...AM-EL250 159 4 ⁄ NAM150-N02D 63 10 NAM350 ...AM-EL350 3 10 8 ⁄ NAM250-N03D 76 172 NAM450 ...AM-EL450 1 NAM550 ...AM-EL550 90 NAM350-N04D ⁄ 2 204 10 S YMBOLS NAM650 ...AM-EL650 3 106 NAM450-N06D ⁄ 4 10 225 NAM850 ...AM-EL850 GD40-2-01...Differential pressure gauge NAM550-N10D 1" 259 122 10 1 ⁄ 2 " 361 160 10 1 NAM650-N14D 10 2" NAM850-N14D 473 220 FOR FURTHER TECHNICAL DETAILS ON THIS Manual and Autodrain types are PRODUCT CONSULT SMC CUSTOMER SERVICE same overall dimensions. Note) (N)AM AM - Japanese H OW O T NAM - North American O RDER S EPARATOR S (N)AM M IST ERIES (N)AM PECIFICATIONS T -S ANDARD S UB S ODY IZE B S ...Drain Guide 1/4 Internal Thread Y 150 ...1/8 Basis M ...With Drain Lock M5 Screw 250 ...1/4 Basis R ...IN, OUT Reverse Direction 350 ...3/8 Basis O PTIONS 450 ...1/2 Basis ...None -... 550 ...3/4 Basis B... ...Bracket 650 ...1 Basis C... ...NC Autodrain 850 ...1 1/2 Basis S IZE P ORT D... ...NO Autodrain 01 ...1/8 T HREAD 02 ...1/4 -... ...Rc(PT)* Remove (N) when ordering 03 ...3/8 ...G(PF)* Remove (N) when ordering F... 04 ...1/2 ...NPT N 06 ...3/4 10 ...1 14 ...1 1/2 20 ...2 S EE INSIDE FRONT COVER FOR FOR FURTHER TECHNICAL DETAILS ON THIS DETAILS OF YOUR LOCAL SALES OFFICE PRODUCT CONSULT SMC CUSTOMER SERVICE

14 Mist Separator Series AM Model AM150C Model AM350C AM650 AM250C AM550C AM450C AM850 Can remove oil mist in compressed Note) air and remove particles such as 300 3700 1500 12000 2200 6000 750 /min (ANR)) Rated flow ( l rust or carbon of more than 0.3 μ m. 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 3 1 Port size 1 1, 12 , 4 2 4 , , 8 4 8 , 2 2 8 2 , , 4 Mass (kg) 0.9 10.5 4.2 2.1 1.4 0.38 0.55 Modular connection is possible Note) Max. flow at 0.7 MPa. with AM150C to 550C. Max. flow varies depending on the operating pressure. Refer to “Flow Characteristics” (page 21) and “Maximum Air Flow” (page 22). (For details, refer to page 61.) Note) Refer to “Made to Order” (page 67) for high flow type of AM850 or more. Specifications Compressed air Fluid 1.0 MPa Max. operating pressure ∗ 0.05 MPa Min. operating pressure 1.5 MPa Proof pressure ° C 5 to 60 Ambient and fluid temperature μ 0.3 m (Filtration efficiency: 99.9%) Nominal filtration rating 3 ∗ ≈ (ANR) ( 0.8 ppm) Max. 1.0 mg/m Oil mist density at outlet 2 years or when pressure drop reached 0.1 MPa Element life ∗ With auto drain: 0.1 MPa (N.O. type) or 0.15 MPa (N.C. type) 3 ∗ Oil mist density at 30 mg/m (ANR) blown out by compressor. Accessory AM150C to 550C AM650/850 Applicable model AM150C AM250C AM350C AM450C AM550C AM650 AM850 Bracket assembly AM-BM101 AM-BM102 AM-BM104 AM-BM105 BM56 BM57 AM-BM103 (with 2 mounting screws) Symbol AM Caution Be sure to read this before handling. Made to Order Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, “Precautions for (For details, refer to page 67.) Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precautions, and back pages 3 through to 7 for Specific Product Precautions. 18

15 AM Series How to Order AM150C to 550C 10 AM 550C Body size Made to Order Applicable compressor (“How to Order” and the applicable models are different from those Thread type Symbol output (guide) shown on this page. Be sure to refer to “Made to Order”.) Symbol Type 2.2 kW 150C Description Symbol Page for details Rc Nil 3.7 kW 250C — Nil — 1 ∗ G F 7.5 kW 350C With differential pressure gauge (GD40-2-01) P.68 X6 NPT N 11 kW 450C With IN-OUT flange P.69 X15 1 Conforms to ∗ 22 kW 550C With differential pressure gauge (GD40-2-01) ISO1179-1. P.69 X17 and IN-OUT flange Port size N.C., N.O. auto drain, drain piping type P.70 X26 Applicable body size Symbol Size Accessory 3 ∗ 550C 450C 350C 150C 250C Option Symbol Description 1/8 01 Description Symbol — Nil 1/4 02 — Nil 2 ∗ Bracket B 3/8 03 Rubber material: Fluororubber F 2 Bracket is included, ∗ 1/2 04 For medium air pressure (1.6 MPa) H (but not assembled). 4 ∗ 3/4 06 Drain guide 1/4 female threaded J 1 10 IN-OUT reversal direction R 5, Note) ∗ With differential pressure switch (125 VAC, 30 VDC) S 5, Note) ∗ With differential pressure switch (30 VDC) U Element service indicator T 6 ∗ Degreasing wash, white vaseline V ∗ 4 Drain piping and piping for a stop valve such as ball valve are required. ∗ 5 Differential pressure gauge is included, (but not assembled). Auto Drain Specifications/Option Combinations 6 Only body/housing is degreasing washed. ∗ : Not available : Available Note) Order “U” if conformity to the EU directive is required. : Plural options cannot be selected. (i.e. Combinations such as C-FV, D-FHV, J-ST are not possible.) Symbol T R V F S U H 3 ∗ Auto drain Auto drain specifications Symbol Description Nil Drain cock (Without auto drain) Nil C N.C. auto drain C D N.O. auto drain D J ∗ Refer to “Auto Drain Specifications/Option 3 Combinations”. Options Symbol F: Rubber material: Fluororubber Symbol J: Drain guide 1/4 female threaded Symbol H: For medium air pressure (1.6 MPa) Can be pipied to the Fluororubber is used for the parts drain exhaust port. Can be used up to 1.6 MPa at such as O-ring and gasket. maximum. 1/4 female threaded Symbol U: With differential pressure Symbol R: IN-OUT reversal direction Symbol S: With differential pressure switch (with indicator) switch (with indicator) Air flow in the separator is changed to Saturation of the Saturation of the right to left. 0.1 0.1 .05 .05 0.15 0.15 0.2 0.2 MPa MPa SMC SMC separator can be separator can be (Air flow direction of the standard: Left observed visually or by observed visually or by to right.) an electrical signal. an electrical signal. (Element life check) (Element life check) Symbol T: With element service indicator ∗ The rated contact voltage is different ∗ The rated contact voltage is different from “S”. from “U”. Saturation of the Max. contact capacity: 10 W DC Max. contact capacity: 10 VA AC, 10 W DC separator can be Rated contact voltage (max. operating Rated contact voltage (max. operating Pressure observed visually. current): 30 V DC (0.33 A) current): 125 V AC (0.08 A), 30 V DC (0.33 A) drop (Element life check) 0.1 MPa Symbol V: Degreasing wash, white vaseline Body/housing is degreasing washed. The Reed switch Reed switch lubrication grease for O-ring and gasket is changed to white vaseline. 19

16 AM Series Mist Separator How to Order AM650/850 650 10 AM Body size Made to Order Applicable compressor Symbol (“How to Order” and the applicable models are different from those shown on output (guide) this page. Be sure to refer to “Made to Order”.) 650 37 kW Page for details Description Symbol 850 75 kW Nil — — Thread type P.68 With differential pressure gauge (GD40-2-01) X6 Type Symbol With differential pressure switch (With indicator, X37 P.68 Rc Nil 125 VAC, 30 VDC) G F P.69 X15 With IN-OUT flange NPT N With differential pressure gauge (GD40-2-01) P.69 X17 and IN-OUT flange X26 N.C., N.O. auto drain, drain piping type P.70 Port size X12 White vaseline specifications P.70 Applicable body size Size Symbol 650 850 2 ∗ Option 1 10 1 Description Symbol 1 14 2 Nil — 20 2 4 ∗ 1 Drain guide female threaded J 4 R IN-OUT reversal direction Accessory With element service indicator T Description Symbol 4 Drain piping and piping for a stop valve ∗ — Nil such as ball valve are required. 1 ∗ Bracket B ∗ 1 Bracket is included, 2 ∗ Auto drain (but not assembled). Symbol Description 3 ∗ Drain cock (Without auto drain) Nil N.O. auto drain D Refer to “Auto Drain Specifications/Option ∗ 2 Combinations”. ∗ 3 Body size 850 is equipped with a ball valve (Rc3/8 female threaded). Mount a piping adapter IDF-AP609 (page 62) to the ball valve if NPT3/8 female threaded is required. Note) Refer to “How to Order Bowl Assembly” on page 63. Auto Drain Specifications/Option Combinations : Not available : Available Option Auto drain specifications Applicable model Auto drain specifications/Option AM850 R AM650 DJT Auto drain specifications N.O. auto drain D 1 Drain guide J 4 Option IN-OUT reversal direction R With element service indicator T 20

17 AM Series (Element oil saturation) Flow Characteristics Note) Compressed air over max. flow line in the table below may not meet the specifications of the product. It may cause damage to the element. AM150C AM450C AM850 Max. flow line Max. flow line Max. flow line Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) 3 l Air flow rate (m Air flow rate ( /min (ANR)) Air flow rate ( /min (ANR)) l /min (ANR)) AM550C AM250C Max. flow line Max. flow line Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) /min (ANR)) l /min (ANR)) l Air flow rate ( Air flow rate ( AM650 AM350C Max. flow line Max. flow line Pressure drop (MPa) Pressure drop (MPa) Air flow rate ( l Air flow rate ( /min (ANR)) /min (ANR)) l 21

18 AM Series Mist Separator Construction AM150C to 550C, AM650 AM850 q IN OUT IN OUT r w e Component Parts No. Note Material Description Note) Refer to “How to Order Bowl Assembly” on page 63. Chrome treated 1 Aluminum die-casted Body ∗ Epoxy coating on inner surface 2 Housing Aluminum die-casted Note) Sight glass is indicated in the figure for easy understanding of — 3 Tempered glass Sight glass component parts. However, it differs from the actual The AM850 is aluminum casted. ∗ construction. Refer to dimensions on pages 23 through to 25 for details. Replacement Parts Model Applicable No. Description Material model AM450C AM150C AM850 AM650 AM250C AM550C AM350C AM-EL450 AM-EL150 AM-EL350 AM-EL850 AM-EL250 AM-EL550 AM-EL650 Except option F Element Glass fiber, 4 assembly others AM-EL450-F AM-EL550-F AM-EL250-F AM-EL150-F AM-EL350-F — — For option F Element assembly: With gasket (1 pc.) and O-ring (1 pc.) ∗ Refer to back page 6 for replacement of auto drain. ∗ ∗ Element assemblies for Made to Order (X6, X12, X15, X17, X20, X26, X37) are same as those for standard (see the above table). Maximum Air Flow Model Selection Max. flow line Select a model in accordance with the following procedure taking the inlet pressure and the max. air flow rate into consideration. (Example) Inlet pressure: 0.6 MPa 3 /min (ANR) Max. air flow rate: 5 m 1 . Obtain the intersecting point A of inlet pressure and max. air flow rate in the graph. 2 . The AM650 is obtained when the max. flow line is above the inter- secting point A in the graph. Note) Make sure to select a model that has the max. flow line above the obtained intersecting point. With a model that has the max. /min (ANR)) flow line below the obtained intersecting point, the flow rate will 3 be exceeded, thus leading to a problem such as being unable to satisfy the specifications. Max. air flow rate (m Inlet pressure (MPa) 22

19 AM Series Dimensions AM150C to 550C Auto drain C: With auto drain (N.C.) D: With auto drain (N.O.) P Q S R Drain cock Gray: N.C. 34 Black: N.O. F O ø10 one-touch fitting Combination of D: With auto drain (N.O.) and H: For medium air pressure D I L Bracket T 20 (Accessory) N K M 1/4 female threaded U V ø J Option OUT IN J: Drain guide 1/4 female threaded C H A 20 1/4 female threaded S, U: With differential pressure switch (with indicator) Y EB Z Drain G M5 OUT IN space Maintenance T: With element service indicator W X OUT IN (mm) Differential Element pressure service Bracket related dimensions indicator related switch related Port size Model D B C G F E A dimensions dimensions Q Z P O N V M Y L U T K J X W I H S R 6 10 37 24 10 1.6 4.5 26 32 173 70 99 54 63 56 35 20 41 10 20 12 63 6 5 6 1/8, 1/4 158 AM150C 14 76 6 24 12 76 6 41 37 10 20 66 8 6 113 27 66 190 80 36 2 28 5 10 40 1/4, 3/8 172 AM250C 7 7 80 42 222 7 32 95 28 20 12 8 34 10 145 5 37 18 90 14 2.3 50 41 90 80 3/8, 1/2 204 AM350C 90 106 9 18 50 37 20 41 55 43 9 20 10 10 9 88 3.2 106 166 9 246 31 37 111 15 1/2, 3/4 225 AM450C 41 37 122 24 126 102 65 51 39 15 9 200 18 3.2 9 9 10 15 10 33 122 100 278 60 20 3/4, 1 259 AM550C 23

20 Mist Separator Series AM Dimensions AM650 Auto drain D: With auto drain (N.O.) 180 70 12 4.5 Drain cock: Black 160 136 34 ø10 one-touch fitting Option J: Drain guide 1/4 female threaded 160 150 85 20 15 Bracket 11 (Accessory) 40 32 IN OUT 20 1/4 female threaded 253 T: With element service indicator 334 55 311 37 OUT IN 20 Drain 10 space Maintenance 24

21 AM Series Dimensions AM850 Auto drain 220 D: With auto drain (N.O.) 110 for AM850 6 18 23 184 220 3/8 female threaded Option T: With element service indicator Bracket 220 (Accessory) 180 24 120 15 13 30 OUT IN 42 OUT IN 348 461 464 58 Drain 10 Rc 3/8 female threaded space Maintenance 25

22 AMF Series Spacer for Modular Connection Select a spacer from those listed below when combining modular type AFF2C to  22C, AM 150C to 550C. The spacer must be ordered separately. (Note: Spacer with bracket (Y200T to Y600T) cannot be used.) Caution Modular connection Mount the attached bracket on one side when connecting 2 sets. Mount the attached brackets on both sides when connecting 3 sets or more. As a guideline for the number of brackets, one bracket should be mounted for every 2 products. Combination examples of modular applicable products Arrangement example Arrangement example AMH250C- 1 pc. B  AMH250C- 1 pc. B  Y300 Spacer: AME250C 1 pc. 1 pc. AME250C Bracket Y300 B 1 pc.  AMF250C- 1 pc. 2 pcs. Y300 158 240 190 190 172 172  AMF250C- AME250C B AME250C 156 236  AMH250C- B  B AMH250C- Spacer D Center of IN/OUT ports C 1 X-X B X RELEASE Y200 Y400 2 X Seal Model Model ABCD 18.5 48 35.5 3  AFF2C, AM 150C Y200 47 59 26 4  AFF4C, AM 250C Y300 31 65 57 5 Y400 350C  AFF8C, AM A 61 33 75 5 Y500 AFF11C, AM  450C (Spacer width) 6 75.5 41 86 Y600  550C AFF22C, AM Replacement Parts Part no. Description Material Y300 Y500 Y600 Y400 Y200 Y600P-060S Y200P-061S Y300P-060S Y500P-060S Y400P-060S HNBR Seal 61

23 Optional Accessory Piping Adapter (Width across flats) E B Female thread side Male Dimensions (mm) A thread side Thread type and port size D Part no. C DE Material Male thread Female thread C side side B A R 3/8 NPT 3/8 IDF-AP609 22 30 15 Brass 62

24 Bowl Assembly /AM -CA    AFF-CA Bowl Assembly series can be replaced without removing the main body from piping if the drain exhaust specification is to be Bowl assembly for the AFF and AM  changed from the drain cock type to the auto drain type or if the bowl has been damaged. How to Order Bowl Assembly AFF2C to 22C, AM, AMD, AMH, AMG150C to 550C  CA AM Option Symbol Description Body size — Nil 150C Rubber material: Fluororubber F 250C For medium air pressure (1.6 MPa) H 350C Degreasing wash, white vaseline V 450C 550C Note 2) Thread type Symbol Type Drain exhaust Nil Rc Description Symbol Note 3) G F With drain cock A NPT N With N.C. auto drain C Note 2) Corresponded to the drain exhaust With N.O. auto drain D symbol C, D and J. Select according to Note 1) With drain guide J the body thread type. Note 1) Drain piping and piping for a Note 3) Not corresponded to the drain exhaust stop valve such as a ball symbol C and D. valve are required. Select no symbol when the body thread Auto Drain Specifications/ symbol is F. Option Combinations : Not available : Available Applicable Model : Plural options cannot be selected. (i.e. Combinations such as C-FV, D-FHV are not Applicable model Bowl assembly model possible.) AFF2C, AM150C, AMD150C, AMH150C, AMG150C AM-CA150C Symbol V H F AFF4C, AM250C, AMD250C, AMH250C, AMG250C AM-CA250C A AFF8C, AM350C, AMD350C, AMH350C, AMG350C AM-CA350C C AFF11C, AM450C, AMD450C, AMH450C, AMG450C AM-CA450C D AFF22C, AM550C, AMD550C, AMH550C, AMG550C AM-CA550C J AFF37B/75B  CA 37B AFF Note 3) Body size Thread type 37B Type Symbol 75B Nil Rc Note 4) G F NPT N Note 3) Corresponded to the drain exhaust symbol D and J. Drain exhaust Select according to the body thread type. Description Symbol Note 4) Not corresponded to the drain exhaust symbol C and D. Note 1) With drain cock A Select no symbol when the body thread symbol is F. With N.O. auto drain D Note 2) With drain guide J Note 1) Body size 75B is equipped with a ball valve (Rc3/8 female threaded). Mount a piping adapter IDF-AP609 (page 62) to the ball valve if NPT3/8 fe- male threaded is required. Note 2) Drain piping and piping for a stop valve such as a ball valve are required. For body size 75B, substitute with a ball valve. (symbol: A) 63

25  -CA  /AM  AFF-CA Bowl Assembly How to Order Bowl Assembly AM, AMD, AMH, AMG Series  CA 650 AM AMD Note 3) Thread type Type Symbol AMH Rc Nil G F AMG NPT N Body size Note 3) Corresponded to the drain exhaust 650 symbol D and J. Select according to 850 the body thread type. Drain exhaust Symbol Description Note 1) With drain cock A With N.O. auto drain D Note 2) With drain guide J Note 1) Body size 850 is equipped with a ball valve (Rc3/8 female threaded). Mount a piping adapter IDF-AP609 (page 62) to the ball valve if NPT3/8 female threaded is required. Note 2) Drain piping and piping for a stop valve such as a ball valve are required. For body size 850, substitute with a ball valve. (symbol: A)  AME, AMF150C to 550C CA A AME Note) Option Body size 150C Symbol Description 250C — Nil 350C Rubber material: Fluororubber F 450C For medium air pressure (1.6 MPa) H 550C Degreasing wash, white vaseline V Note) Combination of FH is not available. Applicable Model Bowl assembly model Applicable model AME150C, AMF150C AME-CA150C AME250C, AMF250C AME-CA250C AME350C, AMF350C AME-CA350C AME450C, AMF450C AME-CA450C AME550C, AMF550C AME-CA550C  AME, AMF650/850 650 A CA AME AMF Body size 650 850 64

26  -CA AFF-CA  /AM  Dimensions: AFF, AM, AMD, AMH, AMG Series 150C to 550C, AM  Size: AFF2C to 22C, AFF37B, AM  650 (B) (B) (B) (B) Note 1) Note 1) Note 1) (A) (A) (A) (C) 20 20 20 34 M5 female threaded female threaded 1/4 1/4 female threaded Note 2) For Rc, G: ø10 Drain Drain Drain For NPT: 3/8 Drain Auto drain for Drain guide Drain cock medium air pressure Auto drain (mm) AM, AMD, AMG, AMH series AFF series C B A Size Size Model no. labels are not affixed to the AM-CA150C to 550C. Note 1) 150C 148 134 63 2C Note 2) Select according to the body thread type. 139 153 76 250C 4C Applicable tubing size for one-touch fitting 90 176 350C 162 8C Rc, G: ø10 192 106 450C 178 11C NPT: ø3/8 inch 216 122 550C 202 22C 37B 259 160 650 245  850 AFF75B, AM Size: (220) (220) 266 266 (344) (379) 23 (58) female threaded 3/8 Drain Rc 3/8 Drain 65

27   Bowl Assembly AFF-CA -CA /AM  Dimensions: AME, AMF Series AME150C to 550C, AMF150C to 550C  (B) (A) (mm) AME, AMF series A B Size 150 60 63 76 70 250 90 90 350 104 106 450 122 130 550 AME650/850, AMF650/850  (B) (A) (mm) AME, AMF series B A Size 650 160 225 120 319 850 66

28 Compressed Air Cleaning Filter Series Made to Order/Special Specifications Please consult with SMC for detailed specifications, size and delivery. Made to Order Applicable model Reference Contents Symbol page AFF AMD AMF AMG AME AM AMH 1. With Differential Pressure Gauge X6 (GD40-2-01) P.68 2. With Differential Pressure Switch X37 (With Indicator) 3. With IN-OUT Flange X15 P.69 4. With Pressure Differential Gauge X17 (GD40-2-01), IN-OUT Flange 5. N.C., N.O. Auto Drain, Drain Piping Type X26 P.70 6. White Vaseline Specifications X12 P.71 7. Mist Separator for High Flow Rate (0.3 m) μ X13 Special Specifications Applicable model Reference Contents page AFF AMG AMF AME AMD AM AMH Clean Series (10-Series) P.72 Copper-free, Fluorine-free (20-Series) 67

29 Compressed Air Cleaning Filter Series Made to Order 1 Please consult with SMC for detailed specifications, size and delivery. 2. With Differential Pressure Switch 1. With Differential Pressure Gauge (GD40-2-01) (With indicator) (125 VAC, 30 VDC) A differential pressure gauge that keeps track of the filter life is instal- led on the filter itself. This facilitates piping and achieves a compact Allows visual confirmation of differential pressure which indicates the design. element life. The built-in contact enables remote control. Specifications Specifications AFF2C to 22C, 37B, 75B Applicable model AFF37B, 75B Applicable model Refer to “How to Order” for standard ∗ ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. specifications. How to Order How to Order X6 AFF X37 AFF ∗ ∗ Body size Body size ∗ ∗ Option Option ∗ Thread type (Not applicable with ∗ (Not applicable with T) Thread type F, H, S, T, U, V) ∗ Port size ∗ ∗ Accessory Port size ∗ ∗ Auto drain Accessory Specifications Specifications Applicable AM150C to 550C, 650, 850, AMD150C to 550C, 650, 850, AM650, 850, AMD650, 850, Applicable model model AMH150C to 550C, 650, 850 AMH650, 850 ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. specifications. How to Order How to Order X6 AM X37 AM AMD AMD ∗ ∗ Option Option (Not applicable with (Not applicable with T) AMH AMH F, H, S, T, U, V) ∗ Accessory ∗ ∗ Auto drain ∗ Body size Body size ∗ ∗ Port size Accessory ∗ ∗ Thread type Thread type ∗ Port size Note) • The AMG series is not applicable since water drops could Note) • The AMG series is not applicable since water drops could ingress inside its differential pressure gauge, resulting in ingress inside its differential pressure gauge, resulting in malfunction or damage to the product. malfunction or damage to the product. • Cannot be mounted to the AME and AMF series. (It affects the cleanliness at the outlet.) Dimensions Dimensions 60 (500) 45 B (41) 0.1 0.15 .05 0.2 MPa SMC IN OUT OUT IN A A Drain (mm) (mm) AM, AMD, AMH series AM, AMD, AMH series AFF series AFF series A B A Port size Port size Size Size Size Size 1 352 80 239 650 37B 150C 2C 1/8, 1/4 1, 1 2 1 501 80 252 75B 850 4C 250C 1/4, 3/8 1 , 2 2 284 80 3/8, 1/2 350C 8C 80 305 1/2, 3/4 450C 11C 339 80 3/4, 1 22C 550C 1 391 80 1, 1 650 37B 2 1 541 80 850 75B 1 , 2 2 68

30 Compressed Air Cleaning Filter Series Made to Order 2 Please consult with SMC for detailed specifications, size and delivery. 3. With IN-OUT Flange 4. With Differential Pressure Gauge (GD40-2-01), IN-OUT Flange Makes flange piping easier when filter ports on IN and OUT are The differential pressure gauge is mounted on the main body to moni- flange connection. (Flange material: Carbon steel) tor the life of a filter by checking its clogging status. Ports on IN and OUT are flange connection type. (Flange material: Carbon steel) Specifications Specifications Applicable model AFF11C, 22C, 37B, 75B AFF11C, 22C, 37B, 75B Applicable model ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. specifications. How to Order How to Order X17 X15 AFF AFF ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ Body size Option Body size Option (Not applicable with H) (Not applicable with ∗ ∗ Thread type Thread type F, H, S, T, U, V) ∗ Auto drain ∗ ∗ ∗ Port size Port size Auto drain ∗ Accessory ∗ Accessory Specifications Specifications AM450C, 550C, 650, 850, AMD450C, 550C, 650, 850, AM450C, 550C, 650, 850, AMD450C, 550C, 650, 850, Applicable Applicable model model AMH450C, 550C, 650, 850, AMG450C, 550C, 650, 850 AMH450C, 550C, 650, 850 ∗ ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. specifications. How to Order How to Order X15 X17 AM AM ∗ AMD AMD Option ∗ Option (Not applicable with H) (Not applicable with AMG AMH ∗ Auto drain F, H, S, T, U, V) ∗ Body size ∗ Auto drain AMH ∗ Accessory ∗ Thread type ∗ ∗ ∗ Body size Accessory ∗ Port size Port size ∗ Thread type Note) • The AMG series is not applicable since water drops could ingress inside its differential pressure gauge, resulting in malfunction or damage to the product. Dimensions Dimensions C A Connection Connection B IN OUT IN OUT A B Drain Drain (mm) (mm) AM, AMD, AMH series AFF series AFF series AM, AMD, AMG, AMH series Connection Connection BC A A B Size Size Size Size 15(1/2B), 20(3/4B), 25(1B) 15(1/2B), 20(3/4B), 25(1B) 305 240 240 255 11C 450C 11C 450C JIS 10K FF flange JIS 10K FF flange 20(3/4B), 25(1B) 20(3/4B), 25(1B) 260 339 260 297 550C 22C 550C 22C JIS 10K FF flange JIS 10K FF flange 80 1 1 B) 25(1B), 40(1 25(1B), 40(1 B) 2 2 300 349 391 300 37B 650 650 37B JIS 10K FF flange JIS 10K FF flange 1 1 B), 50(2B) 40(1 B), 50(2B) 40(1 2 2 497 380 380 541 75B 850 75B 850 JIS 10K FF flange JIS 10K FF flange 69

31 Compressed Air Cleaning Filter Series Made to Order 3 Please consult with SMC for detailed specifications, size and delivery. 5. N.C., N.O. Auto Drain, Drain Piping Type 6. White Vaseline Specifications Drain piping type (drain guide specification) to the drain exhaust from Changed the grease for O-rings and gaskets as lubricant to white N.C. type is not available for the N.C. auto drain and N.O. auto drain. vaseline. AFF37B and AM 650.  Specifications Specifications Applicable model Applicable model AFF2C to 22C, 37B AFF37B, 75B ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. specifications. How to Order How to Order X26 X12 AFF AFF ∗ ∗ ∗ Body size Body size Option ∗ Option ∗ (Drain cock, drain guide and Thread type ∗ ∗ Auto drain Thread type F, H, V are not applicable.) ∗ Port size ∗ ∗ ∗ Accessory Port size Auto drain ∗ Accessory (Available for N.C., N.O. auto drain only) Specifications Specifications  Applicable model AM 150 to 650 AM650, 850, AMD650, 850, AME650, 850, Applicable model AMF650, 850, AMG650, 850, AMH650, 850 ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. specifications. How to Order How to Order X26 X12 AM AM AMD AMD ∗ Option ∗ Option (Drain cock, drain guide and ∗ AMG AME Auto drain F, H, V are not applicable.) ∗ AMH AMF Accessory ∗ Auto drain ∗ ∗ (Available for N.C., N.O. auto Body size Port size AMG drain only) ∗ Thread type ∗ Thread type ∗ AMH Accessory ∗ Port size ∗ Body size Dimensions (A) 20 1/4 female threaded Drain (mm) AFF series AM, AMD, AMG, AMH series Port size A Size Size 1/8, 1/4 2C 150C 159 1/4, 3/8 250C 4C 172 3/8, 1/2 8C 350C 204 1/2, 3/4 11C 450C 225 3/4, 1 22C 550C 259 1 650 37B 1, 1 311 2 70

32 Compressed Air Cleaning Filter Series Made to Order 4 Please consult with SMC for detailed specifications, size and delivery. μ 7. Mist Separator for High Flow Rate (0.3 m) Use this product when the conventional mist separator (AM series) cannot dispose of a high flow rate. The specifications other than the nominal filtration rating are all equivalent to that of the AFF75A to 220A. Specifications Applicable model AFF75A to 220A ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. How to Order X13 AFF Standard size Accessory (Option) (Applicable compressor) Port size 71

33 Compressed Air Cleaning Filter Series Special Specifications Please consult with SMC for detailed specifications, size and delivery. Clean Series (10-Series) Copper-free, Fluorine-free (20-Series) To eliminate effects on color CRTs, etc. by copper ion or fluorine Clean Series products are used in cleaner environments such as in resin, copper materials are electroless-nickel plated or changed to clean rooms as compared to a general factory environment. For fur- ther details, refer to the Clean Series catalog. copper-free materials to prevent the generation of copper ions. (It is not applicable to the AMD, AME, AMF and AMH series because those include fluorine resin in the filter material of the element.) Specifications Specifications AFF2C to 22C, 37B, 75B Applicable model AFF2C to 22C, 37B Applicable model Refer to “How to Order” for standard ∗ ∗ Refer to “How to Order” for standard specifications. specifications. How to Order How to Order C AFF AFF J 10 20 D ∗ ∗ Body size Body size ∗ Note) Thread type ∗ Note 1) Thread type With drain guide Note) ∗ Option Port size ∗ Port size Note 2) Nil Option — Accessory IN-OUT — Nil Note) R Accessory Symbol Description reversal direction Rubber material: Fluororubber F Symbol Description — Nil With element For medium air pressure (1.6 MPa) H T — Nil Bracket service indicator B IN-OUT reversal direction R Bracket B With element service indicator T Note) “20-” is only applicable with N.C. auto drain (C) or N.O. auto drain (D). Drain cock and drain guide are copper-free, fluorine-free as Note 2) Combination of FT is not Note 1) “10-” is not applicable to standard. available. standard product (with F and H are only applicable to drain cock) and with the AFF2C to 22C. Specifications auto drain. Applicable model AFF75B Specifications 20 AFF75B Applicable AM150C to 550C, 650, 850, AMD150C to 550C, 650, 850, model AMH150C to 550C, 650, 850 ∗ Thread type ∗ Option Port size AM 10 J Nil — Accessory IN-OUT Description Symbol AMD R reversal direction Note 1) ∗ With drain guide — Nil Port size With element Bracket AMH B T Note 2) service indicator Option N.O. auto drain ∗ D Body size Specifications — Nil ∗ Thread type AM150C to 550C, 650, AMG150C to 550C, 650 Applicable model Rubber material: Fluororubber F Note) For medium air pressure (1.6 MPa) H Accessory C IN-OUT reversal direction R Description Symbol AM 20 With element service indicator T — Nil D Bracket Note 2) Combination of FT is not AMG B Note) available. ∗ Body size F and H are only applicable to ∗ Note) Thread type Note 1) “10-” is not applicable to Option the AM  150C to 550C. ∗ Port size standard product (with Nil — Accessory drain cock) and with IN-OUT R Symbol Description auto drain. reversal direction — Nil With element T service indicator Bracket B Specifications AME150C to 550C, 650, 850, Note) “20-” is only applicable with N.C. auto drain (C) or N.O. auto drain Applicable model AMF150C to 550C, 650, 850 (D). Drain cock and drain guide are copper-free, fluorine-free as standard. AME 10 Specifications AM850, AMG850 Applicable model AMF Note) Option ∗ Body size — Nil 850 AM 20 ∗ Thread type Rubber material: Fluororubber F ∗ Port size AMG For medium air pressure (1.6 MPa) H ∗ Thread type IN-OUT reversal direction R Option Accessory ∗ Port size Nil — Note) F and H are only applicable to the Symbol Description Accessory AME, AMF150C to 550C. IN-OUT Nil — R Symbol Description reversal direction Bracket B — Nil With element T Bracket service indicator B N.O. auto drain D 72

34 Related Products: Auto Drain Valve AD402/600 Series Model/Specifications AD600 AD402 Model Drain is automatically discharged in Proof pressure 1.5 MPa 1.5 MPa a reliable manner, without requiring Max. operating pressure 1.0 MPa 1.0 MPa human operators. Note) Operating pressure range 0.3 to 1.0 MPa 0.1 to 1.0 MPa Ambient and fluid temperature –5 to 60 C (No freezing) ° ° C (No freezing) –5 to 60 Highly resistant to dust and corro- 3 1 3 1 Port size 4 , 1 , 4 2 8 , sion, operates reliably, and a bowl 3 3 Drain port size 4 8 , 1 guard is provided as standard 2100 620 Mass (g) equipment. l Note) 400 /min (ANR) or more Specific Product Precautions Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precau- tions. AD402 AD600 Piping Selection JIS Symbol Warning Warning Use the auto drain under the following oper- Piping should be done under the following conditions in order to prevent malfunction. ating conditions in order to prevent malfunc- tion. For drain piping, use a pipe whose I.D. is not less than ø10 and length not more than 5 m. 1) Operate the compressor above 3.7 kw Avoid riser piping. l {400 /min (ANR)}. 2) Use the AD402 at an operating pressure above 0.1 MPa and AD600 above 0.3 MPa. How to Order 06 AD402 AD600 03 Option Thread type Thread type — Nil Nil Nil Rc Rc Metal bowl 2 NPT NPT N N G G F F Port size Port size Symbol Symbol IN OUT IN OUT 3 3 1 3 06 02 4 4 8 4 3 3 11 10 03 8 8 1 3 04 2 8 73

35 AD402 /600 Series Related Products: Auto Drain Valve Construction/Dimensions AD600 AD402 Valve 4 ! assembly Body q w O-ring Body q e Gauze Lever u Valve o O-ring w y Chamber i Piston assembly Float t ! Spring 1 0 Bowl ! i Piston Long hole 2 ! of chamber O-ring r Drain guide 3 ! Drain Drain Component Parts Material No. Description Aluminum die-casted Body 1 Working Principle (AD402) t • When no pressure is applied inside the bowl ! 0 , float descends of Replacement Parts hole. Piston its own weight and valve y is i closes the chamber o Model ! , and drain passes through the chamber’s 1 pushed down by spring Material No. Description AD402 AD600 2 long hole ! to enter the housing and is discharged. NBR 2 JIS B2401G-100 113136 O-ring • When pressure is applied inside the bowl: Stainless steel 3 — 20062 Gauze When pressure is 0.1 MPa or more, it overcomes the force of spring Note 1) — — AD34PA Internal assembly 1 to ascend, and comes in contact with O-ring i ! , allowing the piston — 8 20025A — Piston assembly r . Thus, the inside of the bowl ! 0 is isolated from the outside. • When drain has accumulated: 0 ! except r Note 1) Internal assembly: Assembly for parts 2 to . ! , y ascends due to flotation and opens the chamber hole t Float Note 2) Part no. for bowl assembly: AD34 ! 0 Note 3) Part no. for bowl : 201016 allowing the pressure to enter the chamber y . Piston i descends due 1 to internal pressure and the force of spring , and the accumulated ! . 3 ! drain is discharged through drain guide 74

36 Related Products: Motor Operated Auto Drain Series ADM200 Model/Specifications ADM200-   - Model Reliably discharges even highly Air Fluid viscous drain 1.0 MPa Max. operating pressure • Highly resistant to dust and highly 1.5 MPa Proof pressure viscous drain, the valve opens and –5 to 60 C (No freezing) ° Ambient and fluid temperature closes reliably to discharge the drain. ∗ 1 time in a minute (Standard) Operating cycle Operating time 2 sec./time (Standard) High drain discharge capacity 50 Power source 100, 200 VAC Hz, Other 60 • With a large discharge port, a large 4 W Power consumption amount of drain can be discharged in 1 3 IN: 2 8 , a single operation. Port size 3 OUT: 8 • Elimination of residual drain inside 550 g Mass the tank and pipes prevents the gen- eration of foreign matter such as ∗ If the operating cycle is twice in a minute (operating time 2 sec. x 2) operating time is 4 sec. each minute. dried rust or drain, which could ad- versely affect the equipment located on the outlet side. Specific Product Precautions Low power consumption: 4 W • A long pipe can also be connected to Be sure to read before handling. the discharge port. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, “Precautions • Can be connected directly to a com- for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precau- pressor. tions. Mounting Piping Warning Warning 1. Install this product after discharging the Piping should be done under the following drainage that has already accumulated in conditions in order to prevent malfunction. For drain piping, use a pipe whose I.D. is not the tank. Otherwise, it could lead to mal- less than ø5 and length not more than 5 function. m. Avoid riser piping. 2. Install this product, so that the drain port could face downwards. Otherwise, it could lead to malfunction. Maintenance Caution Caution Provide a stop valve before the ADM200 to If the valve becomes clogged with debris, facilitate maintenance and inspection. press the manual button to flush out the deb- ris. Otherwise, it could lead to malfunction. How to Order 03 ADM200 1 Thread type Operating time/Applicable compressor Nil Rc Nil 2 sec/min (1 time/min) /3.7 to 37 kW NPT N 4 4 sec/min (2 times/min) /37 to 75 kW G F 6 6 sec/min (3 times/min) /75 to 110 kW 8 8 sec/min (4 times/min) /220 to 370 kW Port size OUT IN Symbol Voltage 3 3 50 03 1 100 VAC Hz 8 8 60 3 1 50 04 2 200 VAC Hz 2 8 60 50 3 240 VAC Hz 60 50 4 110 VAC Hz 60 50 5 220 VAC Hz 60 6 24 VDC 7 12 VDC 75

37 ADM200 Related Products: Motor Operated Auto Drain Series Mounting Example Compressor Aftercooler Air tank Main line filter Air dryer Construction/Dimensions e w Set screw r t q y Manual button Replacement Parts Component Parts Description No. Description Part no. No. Material Material Note Note) 812PG-voltage — Aluminum die-casted Chrome treated Motor 1 3 Body Aluminum die-casted Chrome treated 2 Cap Operating time 201324 (Nil) 201325 (4) Cast steel 4 Cam 201326 (6) 201327 (8) Brass, NBR 20137-1A Valve assembly 5 S-16 NBR 6 O-ring Note) Motor part no. in the case of 100 VAC: 812PG-AC100V 76

38 Related Products: Heavy Duty Auto Drain ADH4000 Series Specifications Easy maintenance Auto drain type Float type Can maintain without removing the existing N.O. (Normally open: Open in the case of Auto drain valve type piping. pressure loss) No need for electric power and no Proof pressure 2.5 MPa waste of air. Max. operating pressure 1.6 MPa Float type auto drain allows automatic drain Note) Operating pressure range 0.05 to 1.6 MPa discharge without electric power. Fluid Compressed air 5 to 60 ° C (With no condensation) Mounting example Ambient and fluid temperature Aftercooler Air tank Max. drain discharge 400 cc/min (Pressure 0.7 MPa, in the case of water) Air dryer Mass 1.2 kg (With bracket: 1.3 kg) Paint color White /min (ANR). Note) Use for an air compressor with flow more than 50 l Air compressor ADH4000 ADH4000 Accessory (Option) Description Contents Part no. Bracket ··························································· 1 pc. Bracket set BM58 (Hexagon socket head cap screw) ··· 2 pcs. M6 x 10 l Ball valve/Rc 1/2 ············································· 1 pc. ADH-C400 Ball valve piping set Barrel nipple/R 1/2 ·········································· 2 pcs. Elbow/Rc 1/2 ··················································· 1 pc. Note) Accessory (Option) is included, but not assembled. How to Order Ball valve piping set Bracket set ADH 4000 04 JIS Symbol Heavy duty ∗ Accessory (Option) auto drain Note Contents Symbol None Nil — (Standard) Standard size Bracket set — B Ball valve Not available for Thread type C piping set G/NPT threads. Rc Nil Notes ∗ G F 1) When more than one option is desired, NPT N enter in alphabetical order. 2) Accessory is not assembled. 3) Refer to each drawing of dimensions Thread type and mounting methods for details. 1/2 (Female threaded) 04 77

39 ADH4000 Series Related Products: Heavy Duty Auto Drain Construction qo i u 1 ! Component Parts No. Description Material Note w Body 1 Aluminum alloy Baking finish Housing 2 Aluminum alloy Baking finish Drain guard 3 Aluminum alloy Baking finish y IN Float 4 Foam rubber Pilot valve 5 Stainless steel + Rubber Lever 6 Resin Flushing button 7 Brass t r Orifice 8 Diaphragm 9 Rubber 10-1 e Replacement Parts 10-2 No. Description Part no. Note 10-3 Kit includes parts from Repair kit for 0 ! ADH-D400 10 main valve to 10-5 10-1 10-4 Material: NBR G85(B) 11 O-ring Note) When changing parts, follow the operating manual. 10-5 OUT Do not disassemble other parts. Specific Product Precautions Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precautions. Piping Design Mounting Caution Caution Caution B 5. When not draining sufficiently, open 1. Use piping of 1/2 or larger for 1. Use this product in an area the bleed valve so that drain could run drain inlet and avoid riser pip- where the air pressure does not through easily. ing. exceed 1.6 MPa. If exceeding 1.6 MPa, it could lead to 2. For drain piping, use a pipe whose I.D. Maintenance an accident or malfunction. is not less than 8 mm and length not more than 10 m. Do not make any up- 2. An air pressure of 0.05 MPa and ward angles in drain line. Be sure to Caution an air compressor’s discharge secure exhaust port piping since drain l flow rates higher than 50 /min 1. Check drain condition periodi- is under pressure. (ANR) are required. cally (more than once a day). Below these values, the air will be ex- Also, push the flushing button to open Mounting hausted continuously from the drain the exhaust valve. exhaust port. 2. Pilot air is exhausted from the exhaust Keep the compressed air and the am- 3. Caution port indicated in “Dimensions”. Do not bient temperature of the location cover this exhaust port. Clean the 1. Install with “out port” down in a where this product is installed within exhaust port so that port is not blocked vertical position. ° the range of 5 to 60 C. Exceeding this by dust, etc. Inclination from the vertical line should range could lead to a failure or mal- When solid foreign objects exceeding 1 3. ° . be less than 5 function. mm come in, the main valve may be- 2. Install with at least 200 mm of 4. Avoid using this product in an come blocked. After recovering the in- free space above the unit to al- area where corrosive gases, ternal pressure of this product to 0 low for maintenance. flammable gases or organic sol- MPa (atmospheric pressure), remove vents are contained in the com- To place this product near the air com- 3. the hexagon socket head cap screw pressor, install in such a way that the pressed air or in the surround- (M6) from the body part and wash in- vibrations will not be transmitted. side with water to remove foreign solid ing air. objects blocking the main valve. 4. Install a valve to drain inlet so that maintenance is possible. 4. When using this product, drain may Selection Use a ball valve with a bore size of not easily enter the product. In such a more than 15 mm. (Ball valve piping case, adjust the open angle of its Caution set is available as an accessory (op- bleed valve to lower the pressure a bit tion).) inside the bowl so that drain could run 1. The maximum dischargeable through easily. drainage rate is 400 cc/min. If using this product in excess of this value, there could be causing the drain 78 to flow over to the outlet side.

40 ADH4000 Series Dimensions M6 Hexagon socket head cap screw 108 [Applicable hexagon wrench key nominal size 5] 100 58 33 M6 Hexagon socket head cap screw [Applicable hexagon wrench key nominal size 5] Pilot exhaust port 100 Flushing button Bleed valve (Refer to “Maintenance” 4.) Bracket mounting hole Bracket (Option) (Both sides) 120 Drain inlet 1/2 female threaded (Refer to “How to Order” for type of thread.) 100 200 8 7 (Maintenance space) 16 10 30 Octagonal width Model no. label across flats 30 189 171 (176) Caution label 155 Hexagon width across flats 27 Drain outlet 1/2 female threaded (Refer to “How to Order” for type of thread.) Option: Reference Figure of Assembly Piping example of ball valve piping set (41) (45) (54) (100) 79

41 Related Products: Differential Pressure Gauge GD40-2-01 Series Model/Specifications GD40-2-01 Model The pressure differential at the Fluid Compressed air inlet and the outlet of compressed Max. operating pressure 1 MPa air equipment can be viewed at a Proof pressure 1.5 MPa glance on the differential pressure Ambient and fluid temperature C ° 5 to 60 Port size Rc gauge. It is ideal for the mainte- 1/8 Scale range 0 to 0.2 MPa nance control of filters. Accuracy 0.006 MPa ± Dial size ø40 Compact and lightweight Mass (g) 300 Can be installed easily by merely Accessory Main Parts Material providing a bypass circuit. Case Zinc die-casted Nylon tube T0425 (0.5 m) Provided with a protective cover to Brass, Phosphor bronze Internal part Male connector H04-01 (1 pc.) prevent hazards. Polyester Window Male elbow DL04-01 (1 pc.) Scale plate Stainless steel Specific Product Precautions Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precau- tions. Mounting Design Caution Caution This product cannot be used in a 1. Mounting 1. JIS Symbol location where pulsations could 1) The HIGH and LOW marks on the back of the occur frequently. differential pressure gauge indicate the high pressure and low pressure sides respectively. Connect the HIGH side to the inlet side of the filter or other devices and the LOW side to their outlet side. Do not use a stop valve to prevent damage to the differential pressure gauge if the valve is inadvertently left open or closed. 2) Install the differential pressure gauge vertically. 3) The piping of the differential pressure gauge must be connected securely because it will break if it becomes detached. Piping Example Dimensions Thread for mounting bracket Low pressure side Pressure gauge Inlet side Outlet side High pressure side Thread depth 7 80

42 Safety Instructions These safety instructions are intended to prevent hazardous situations and/or equipment damage. or These instructions indicate the level of potential hazard with the labels of “Caution,” “Warning” “Danger . ” They are all important notes for safety and must be followed in addition to International 1) ∗ ∗ 2) . and other safety regulations Standards (ISO/IEC), Japan Industrial Standards (JIS) ∗ 1) ISO 4414: Pneumatic fluid power – General rules relating to systems. ISO 4413: Hydraulic fluid power – General rules relating to systems. IEC 60204-1: Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines. (Part 1: General requirements) ISO 10218-1992: Manipulating industrial robots -Safety. JIS B 8370: General rules for pneumatic equipment. JIS B 8361: General rules for hydraulic equipment. JIS B 9960-1: Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines. (Part 1: General requirements) JIS B 8433-1993: Manipulating industrial robots - Safety. etc. ∗ 2) Labor Safety and Sanitation Law, etc. Operator error could result in injury or equipment damage. Caution: Operator error could result in serious injury or loss of life. : Warning In extreme conditions, there is a possibility of serious injury or loss of life. Danger : Warning 1. The compatibility of the product is the responsibility of the person who designs the equipment or decides its specifications. Since the product specified here is used under various operating conditions, its compatibility with specific equipment must be decided by the person who designs the equipment or decides its specifications based on necessary analysis and test results. The expected performance and safety assurance of the equipment will be the responsibility of the person who has determined its compatibility with the product. This person should also continuously review all specifications of the product referring to its e latest catalog information, with a view to giving due consideration to any possibility of equipment failure when configuring th equipment. 2. Only personnel with appropriate training should operate machinery and equipment. The product specified here may become unsafe if handled incorrectly. The assembly, operation and maintenance of machines or equipment including our products must be performed by an operator who is appropriately trained and experienced. 3. Do not service or attempt to remove product and machinery/equipment until safety is confirmed. 1. The inspection and maintenance of machinery/equipment should only be performed after measures to prevent falling or runaway of the driven objects have been confirmed. 2. When the product is to be removed, confirm that the safety measures as mentioned above are implemented and the power from any appropriate source is cut, and read and understand the specific product precautions of all relevant products carefully. 3. Before machinery/equipment is restarted, take measures to prevent unexpected operation and malfunction. 4. Contact SMC beforehand and take special consideration of safety measures if the product is to be used in any of the following conditions. 1. Conditions and environments outside of the given specifications, or use outdoors or in a place exposed to direct sunlight. 2. Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railways, air navigation, space, shipping, vehicles, military, medical treatment, combustion and recreation, or equipment in contact with food and beverages, emergency stop circuits, clutch and brake circuits in press applications, safety equipment or other applications unsuitable for the standard specifications described in the product catalog. 3. An application which could have negative effects on people, property, or animals requiring special safety analysis. tective 4. Use in an interlock circuit, which requires the provision of double interlock for possible failure by using a mechanical pro function, and periodical checks to confirm proper operation. Back page 1

43 Safety Instructions Caution The product is provided for use in manufacturing industries. The product herein described is basically provided for peaceful use in manufacturing industries. If considering using the product in other industries, consult SMC beforehand and exchange specifications or a contract if necessary. If anything is unclear, contact your nearest sales branch. Limited Warranty and Disclaimer/Compliance Requirements The product used is subject to the following “Limited Warranty and Disclaimer” and “Compliance Requirements”. Read and accept them before using the product. Limited Warranty and Disclaimer 1. The warranty period of the product is 1 year in service or 1.5 years after the product is deliv- ∗ 3) ered. Also, the product may have specified durability, running distance or replacement parts. Please consult your nearest sales branch. 2. For any failure or damage reported within the warranty period which is clearly our responsibility, a replacement product or necessary parts will be provided. This limited warranty applies only to our product independently, and not to any other damage incurred due to the failure of the product. 3. Prior to using SMC products, please read and understand the warranty terms and disclaimers noted in the specified catalog for the particular products. ∗ 3) Vacuum pads are excluded from this 1 year warranty. A vacuum pad is a consumable part, so it is warranted for a year after it is delivered. Also, even within the warranty period, the wear of a product due to the use of the vacuum pad or failure due to the deterioration of rubber material are not covered by the limited warranty. Compliance Requirements When the product is exported, strictly follow the laws required by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Control Law). Back page 2

44 AM /AFF  Series Specific Product Precautions 1 Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, and “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precautions. Design Caution Warning 1. Hold the female thread side and tighten to the rec- 1. Design the layout so that the mist separator should ommended torque when screwing in the piping ma- be installed in an area that is less susceptible to terial. pulsations. Insufficient tightening torque may cause loosening or defec- The element could be damaged if a difference between the tive sealing. Over-tightening torque may damage the thread inlet pressure and the outlet pressure exceeds 0.1 MPa. etc. If it is tightened without holding the female thread side, 2. Be careful of dust generation by the pneumatic excessive force will be directly applied to the piping bracket equipment mounted on the outlet side. resulting in a product failure. When installing pneumatic equipment on the outlet side of the  AM series, dust particles may come off from outlet equip- Recommended Torque Unit: N · m ment, which will lower the cleanliness of compressed air. Con- Connection 1 3/8 2 1 1 1/8 1/4 3/4 1/2 2 sider this impact upon the cleanliness of compressed air when thread installing pneumatic equipment on the outlet side. Torque 12 to 14 28 to 30 28 to 30 36 to 38 48 to 50 48 to 50 1.5 to 2 7 to 9 ∗ After tightening manually, tighten additionally by about 1/6 turn with a 3. About when to use N.C. auto drain and N.O. auto tightening tool. drain.  150C to When using the AFF2C to 22C, 37B, 75B, AM 550C, 650, 850 with normally open (N.O.) auto drain, air may ceaselessly blow out of the drain discharge area when an air compressor with a small air discharge volume is used since the valve does not close unless the air pressure is 0.1 MPa or higher. Therefore, when using a compressor for 3.7 kW or less, make sure to use the normally closed (N.C.) auto drain. The minimum operating pressure is 0.15 MPa even with N.C. auto drain. 4. Use a tubing with proper size and length for drain piping of auto drain.  150C to 550C, 650 When using the AFF2C to 22C, 37B, AM with auto drain: 2. Do not apply torsional moment or bending moment Normally closed (N.C.) Use tubing O.D. 10 mm and keep (except the product's own weight) to the bracket. It Normally open (N.O.) the whole length within 5 m. may damage the bracket. Support external piping When using the AFF75B and AM  850 with auto drain: separately. Normally open (N.O.): Use tubing I.D. 9 mm or more and keep the whole length within 2.8 m. 5. Provide a design that prevents back pressure and back flow. Back pressure or back flow may damage an element. 6. Keep the certificate of Class 2 Pressure Vessel in a safe place. Products below are subject to Class 2 Pressure Vessel Act. Certificate will be sent in 2 to 4 weeks later after the shipment of the product. Main Line Filter ················ AFF220A   0/10  Micro Mist Separator········ AMD9 1 0/9 3. Inflexible piping such as steel piping tends to be affected by spread of excessive moment load or vi- bration from the piping side. Lay flexible tubing be- tween the steel pipe and the product to prevent such effects. Back page 3

45 /AFF  AM Series Specific Product Precautions 2 Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, and “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precautions. Piping Selection Caution Caution 1. Connect it with IN and OUT ports in proper location. 1. About the system composition of purifying com- It does not work with the connection reversed. pressed air In the case of the AFF2C to 22C, 37B, 75B, AM  150C to Compressed air generally contains particulate contaminants 550C, 650, 850 as listed below, though there are some variations due to the compressor type and specifications. Determine the system Verify the direction of the flow of the compressed air and the configuration according to the desired cleanliness of com- “ ” or “ ” mark that indicates the inlet of the product before pressed air and application, while referring to the “Air Prepara- connecting. It cannot be used if connected in the opposite di- series (Best  tion Equipment Selection Guide” for the AM rection. Pneumatics). Symbol which indicates the flow of [Particulate contaminants in compressed air] compressed air IN • Water (drainage) or • Dust sucked from ambient air • Degenerated oil from compressor • Solid foreign matter such as rust inside piping and oil 2. Select according to the maximum flow consump- tion. OUT When compressed air is used for air blow, etc., find the maxi- mum air consumption before selecting the size of the AM  series. (If compressed air exceeding the maximum flow rate is supplied, it can result in decline of the cleanliness of com- pressed air or element damage.) Mounting Caution 1. About the mounting orientation of the products Make sure to install this product on horizontal piping. If it is in- In the case of the AFF75A to 220A, AMD801, 901, 800, 900, stalled diagonally, laterally, or upside down, the drain separa- 1000 ted by the element will splash to the outlet side. INLET and OUTLET of compressed air is labeled on the side of flange. Be sure to connect correctly. 2. Use an air blower to flush the piping before con- necting the piping. Use an air blower to thoroughly flush the piping, or wash the piping to remove any cutting chips, cutting oil, or debris from inside the piping before connecting them. 3. Wrapping of sealant tape When screwing in the pipes or fittings, make sure to prevent cutting chips or the sealant material on the threaded portion of the pipe from entering the piping. If sealant tape is to be used, leave about 1.5 to 2 ridges of threads uncovered. 4. Modular connection Mount the attached bracket on one side when connecting 2 sets. Mount the attached brackets on both sides when con- necting 3 sets or more. As a guideline for the number of brackets, one bracket should be mounted for every 2 prod- ucts. Back page 4

46  /AFF AM Series Specific Product Precautions 3 Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, and “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precautions. Maintenance Air Supply Caution Caution 1. Replace the element immediately when the time for 1. The mist separator is not applicable to gases other its replacement has arrived. than compressed air. To replace the element, replace the O-ring and the gasket, The mist separator is not applicable to gases other than com- too. For the replacement procedure, refer to the operating pressed air (example: oxygen, hydrogen, flammable gas, manual. (For element dimensions, refer to back page 6.) mixed gas). 2. Do not use compressed air that contains chemicals,  150C to In the case of the AFF2C to 22C, 37B, 75B, AM organic solvents, salt, or corrosive gases. 550C, 650, 850 Do not use compressed gas containing chemicals, organic The replacement interval for the element is when the pressure solvents, salt or corrosive gas. This can cause rust, damage drop reaches 0.1 MPa or after two years of operation, which- to rubber and resin parts, or malfunction. ever comes first. A pressure drop can be verified with the ele- 3. Operate within the specified operating pressure ment service indicator (-T) or with differential pressure gauge range. (Made to Order). Damage, failure, or malfunction may occur if the mist separa- In the case of the AFF75A to 220A, AMD800 to 1000, tor is operated above the maximum operating pressure. AMD801, 901 If the mist separator is used below the minimum operating The replacement interval for the element is when the pressure pressure, increase in the air-flow resistance due to clogging drop reaches 0.1 MPa or after one year of operation, which- will have such influence that the desired flow rate cannot be ever comes first. Confirm the pressure drop with a pressure obtained. gauge. (With pressure gauge: -G) If the mist separator is used under a low pressure such as for 2. Be sure to exhaust the drain accumulated in the fil- a blower, conduct sufficient tests by users to confirm the spec- ifications and performances. ter container. Failure to discharge the drain will allow the accumulated drain to flow over to the outlet side. When using the AFF2C to 22C, 37B, 75B, AM 150C to  Operating Environment 550C, 650, 850 with drain cock, drain guide or ball valve, dis- charge the drain before the drainage level reaches the center Caution of the sight glass. If the drain is not discharged properly, it will flow over to the outlet side. 1. Do not use in the following environments, as this can cause failure. 1) In locations having corrosive gases, organic solvents, and chemical solutions, or in locations where these elements Sight glass are likely to adhere to the equipment. 2) In locations where salt water, water, or water vapor could come in contact with the equipment. 3) In locations that is exposed to shocks and vibrations. Drainage level 2. Be careful about the contamination of the workpie- Discharge the drain before ces due to entrainment of the ambient air. reaching the center level. If compressed air is used for air blow, compressed air blowing out from the blow nozzle may entrain foreign matter (solid par- ticles and liquid particles) floating in the ambient air, blowing it against the workpieces and causing adhesion. Therefore, suf- ficient precautions must be taken about the ambient environ- ment. Back page 5

47 Series AM  /AFF Specific Product Precautions 4 Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, and “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precautions. Maintenance Others Caution Caution 1. Element interchange 3. In the case of a type with auto drain  Following is the element dimensions for the AFF and AM • The auto drain operates when the drainage level reaches the series: top of the sight glass, and the drain will be discharged. Since elements for the same body size has the same dimen- • When using the AFF2C to 22C, 37B, AM  150C to 550C, sions, they are interchangeable. 650 with auto drain, the drain is automatically discharged However, do not interchange them easily since it can cause with the knob tightened to the “S” side. Manual drain dis- various kinds of problems. charge, however, is also possible. If interchanging the elements is unavoidable, replace the product model number label, too. A manual knob attached to the auto drain end is tightened to the “S” side in normal operation. The drain can be discharged by loosening it to the “O” side. (Be careful, however, if pres- sure remains inside the filter when the drain is discharged, the drain will blow out from the drain port.) B A ø Element Dimensions Element dimensions (Reference value) Model ø AB AFF2C, AFF2B, AM150C, AM150 42 49 AMD150C, AMD150, AMH150C, AMH150 AFF4C, AFF4B, AM250C, AM250 OS 52 58 AMD250C, AMD250, AMH250C, AMH250 AFF8C, AFF8B, AM350C, AM350 78 70 AMD350C, AMD350, AMH350C, AMH350 Close Open AFF11C, AFF11B, AM450C, AM450 88 82 AMD450C, AMD450, AMH450C, AMH450 AFF22C, AFF22B, AM550C, AM550 4. The drain exhaust parts replacement method and 118 96 AMD550C, AMD550, AMH550C, AMH550 necessary parts are different depending on when it AFF37B, AM650 was manufactured. 144 122 AMD650, AMH650 Necessary parts AFF75B, AM850 223 142 AMD850, AMH850 Manufactured Manufactured Applicable Description Jan. 2003 onwards Dec. 2002 or before size [Up to manufacturing [Manufacturing lot No. 2. About oil-free products HO onwards] lot No. GZ] The AFF and AM  series includes parts (such as resin parts, AM-SA002 Drain cock rubber parts, and elements) that does not allow degreasing 2C to 22C Drain guide AM-SA003 wash. Therefore, oil-free products with all parts degreasing 2B to 37B washed is not available. Auto drains cannot be 150C to 550C AD43PA-D N.O. auto drain replaced alone since 150 to 650 3. Degreasing wash those cannot be Certain parts such as the body and housing can be degreas- assembled without ing washed. Contact SMC after confirming the specifications. dedicated assembly (available as Option or Made to Order) tools. The entire bowl 2C to 22C assembly must be 2B to 22B 4. Change of oil AD53PA-D N.C. auto drain replaced. (Refer to 150C to 550C series, no oil such as grease is applied On the AFF and AM  150 to 550 “How to Order Bowl to parts exposed to compressed air. However, for certain Assembly” on page specifications, there are some parts to which oil is applied. 63.) It is possible to change the type of applied oil (as Option or Ball valve set AM-SA004 Made to Order). 75B, 850 Note) N.O. auto drain AD34PA-D Note) Jig (AM-SA005) for replacing auto drain is necessary for the 75B or 850. Back page 6

48 /AFF Series AM  Specific Product Precautions 5 Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to back pages 1 and 2 for Safety Instructions, and “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) for Common Precautions. Others Caution 5. Internal volume of filter container The product can be used as a small capacity air tank by re- moving the element. Following is the volume of filter containers of the AFF and  series (when the element is removed). AM Volume Inside Filter Volume inside filter (Reference value) Model 3 ) (cm AFF2C, AFF2B, AM150C, AM150 250 AMD150C, AMD150, AMH150C, AMH150 AFF4C, AFF4B, AM250C, AM250 300 AMD250C, AMD250, AMH250C, AMH250 AFF8C, AFF8B, AM350C, AM350 600 AMD350C, AMD350, AMH350C, AMH350 AFF11C, AFF11B, AM450C, AM450 1000 AMD450C, AMD450, AMH450C, AMH450 AFF22C, AFF22B, AM550C, AM550 1500 AMD550C, AMD550, AMH550C, AMH550 AFF37B, AM650 3000 AMD650, AMH650 AFF75B, AM850 9000 AMD850, AMH850 Discontinued Model and Equivalent Model The AFF and AM  series were remodeled to products introduced in this catalog in 1988. ies Along with the new models, old models were provided mainly for the purpose of maintenance. However, due to the aging of metal d and extreme decline in the quantity, the procurement of parts and consequently the maintenance of the production system became diffi- cult. For this reason, old models were discontinued in 1994, as detailed in the table below. Use the equivalent model listed th ere. Discontinued Model and Equivalent Model Production discontinuance Equivalent model Period of production Period of External dimensions External dimensions discontinuance production Product name Page of product of product Model Model for maintenance discontinuance Width x Depth x Height Width x Depth x Height parts for products 76 x 76 x 172 AFF6 100 x 100 x 253 AFF4C 122 x 122 x 259 AFF22 150 x 140 x 446 AFF22C Main Line Filter P.10 160 x 160 x 311 AFF37 200 x 170 x 526 AFF37B 220 x 220 x 461 AFF55 280 x 280 x 497 AFF75B 63 x 63 x 158 AM200 63 x 63 x 191 AM150C 76 x 76 x 172 AM300 85 x 85 x 258 AM250C Mist Separator P.18 90 x 90 x 204 AM400 120 x 120 x 236 AM350C 122 x 122 x 259 AM500 140 x 140 x 383 AM550C 160 x 160 x 311 AM600 180 x 170 x 465 AM650 63 x 63 x 158 AMD100 63 x 63 x 136 AMD150C End of March '99 End of July '94 76 x 76 x 172 AMD200 80 x 82 x 170 AMD250C 90 x 90 x 204 Micro Mist AMD300 90 x 90 x 233 AMD350C P.26 Separator 106 x 106 x 225 AMD400 140 x 140 x 380 AMD450C 122 x 122 x 259 AMD500 140 x 140 x 490 AMD550C 160 x 160 x 311 AMD600 140 x 140 x 590 AMD650 76 x 76 x 103 AMF200 80 x 80 x 153 AMF250C 90 x 90 x 132 AMF300 90 x 90 x 216 AMF350C Odor Removal P.52 106 x 106 x 151 AMF400 140 x 140 x 250 AMF450C Filter 122 x 122 x 187 AMF500 140 x 140 x 360 AMF550C 160 x 160 x 291 AMF600 140 x 140 x 460 AMF650 Note) Some models have different heights depending on the port size. They are shown in parentheses. Back page 7

49 SMC'S GLOBAL MANUFACTURING, DISTRIBUTION AND SERVICE NETWORK NETHERLANDS EUROPE SINGAPORE SMC Pneumatics B.V. SMC Pneumatics (S.E.A.) Pte. Ltd. AUSTRIA NORWAY SMC Pneumatik GmbH (Austria) SOUTH KOREA SMC Pneumatics Norway AS SMC Pneumatics Korea Co., Ltd. BELGIUM POLAND SMC Pneumatics N.V./S.A. TAIWAN SMC Industrial Automation Polska Sp.z.o.o. SMC Pneumatics (Taiwan) Co., Ltd. BULGARIA ROMANIA SMC Industrial Automation Bulgaria Eood THAILAND SMC Romania S.r.l. SMC (Thailand) Ltd. CROATIA RUSSIA SMC Industrijska Automatika d.o.o. SMC Pneumatik LLC CZECH REPUBLIC NORTH AMERICA SLOVAKIA SMC Industrial Automation CZ s.r.o. CANADA SMC Priemyselná Automatizácia Spol s.r.o. DENMARK SMC Pneumatics (Canada) Ltd. SLOVENIA SMC Pneumatik A/S MEXICO SMC Industrijska Avtomatika d.o.o. ESTONIA SMC Corporation (Mexico), S.A. de C.V. SPAIN/PORTUGAL SMC Pneumatics Estonia OÜ U.S.A. SMC España S.A. SMC Corporation of America FINLAND SWEDEN SMC Pneumatics Finland Oy SMC Pneumatics Sweden AB SOUTH AMERICA FRANCE SWITZERLAND SMC Pneumatique SA ARGENTINA SMC Pneumatik AG SMC Argentina S.A. GERMANY U.K. SMC Pneumatik GmbH BOLIVIA SMC Pneumatics (U.K.) Ltd. SMC Pneumatics Bolivia S.r.l. GREECE SMC Hellas E.P.E. BRAZIL ASIA SMC Pneumáticos do Brasil Ltda HUNGARY CHINA SMC Hungary Ipari Automatizálási Kft. CHILE SMC (China) Co., Ltd. SMC Pneumatics (Chile) S.A. IRELAND HONG KONG SMC Pneumatics (Ireland) Ltd. VENEZUELA SMC Pneumatics (Hong Kong) Ltd. SMC Neumatica Venezuela S.A. ITALY INDIA SMC Italia S.p.A. SMC Pneumatics (India) Pvt. Ltd. OCEANIA LATVIA MALAYSIA AUSTRALIA SMC Pnuematics Latvia SIA SMC Pneumatics (S.E.A.) Sdn. Bhd. SMC Pneumatics (Australia) Pty. Ltd. LITHUANIA PHILIPPINES NEW ZEALAND UAB “SMC Pneumatics” Shoketsu SMC Corporation SMC Pneumatics (N.Z.) Ltd. Be sure to read “Precautions for Handling Pneumatic Devices” (M-03-E3A) before using. Safety Instructions Akihabara UDX 15F, 4-14-1, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0021, JAPAN Phone: 03-5207-8249 Fax: 03-5298-5362 URL http://www.smcworld.com © 2008 SMC Corporation All Rights Reserved D-DN 1st printing MT printing MT 16400DN Printed in Japan. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice and any obligation on the part of the manufacturer. This catalog is printed on recycled paper with concern for the global environment.

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