Hengst Maintenance Indicators for Filters

Easily monitor filters with Hengst maintenance indicators, engineered to indicate the exceedance of a pressure differential or back pressure in the filter, and thus prevent system faults.

Hengst maintenance indicators for filters are distinguished by:

  • Modular structure
  • Mechanical/visual indicators with 1 switching point & a memory function
  • Electronic switching element with 1 or 2 switching points
  • Possibility to suppress signal during cold start
  • Optional improved resistance through differential pressure indicators in stainless steel

 

Maintenance Indicators

Find out more about our Maintenance Indicators for filters


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Why use maintenance indicators from Hengst?

 

Hengst is a world-renowned brand with its maintenance indicators for filters distributed across sub-Saharan Africa by Group Compnay Hytec Fluid Technology (HFT).

These maintenance indicators for filters offer the following features:

  • Pressure differential indicators for filters in pressure lines
  • Backpressure indicators for return line filters
  • Electronic switching element
  • Nominal pressure of 10, 160 & 450 bar
  • Operating temperature from -30° C to 85° C

 

Hengst Filtration GmbH is an ISO-accredited organisation, certified compliant with ISO 45001:2018, ISO 14001:2015 and 9001:2015

 

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