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@TRAPPACK Element
ƒgƒ‰ƒpƒbƒNƒGƒŒƒƒ“ƒg The TRAPPACK is composed of magnetically adsorptive fibers that become activated when subjected to a gas flow. When the fibers become active their strong adsorptive power adsorbs unwanted liquids to the surface of the fiber and assimilates them. The fibers that become over saturated with unwanted liquid particles drain over time, dropping the liquid into the bottom of the housing.
  Element Type
Appearance
&
Construction
TRAPPACK
Element
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Coil Element \
Installation Location Vacuum Line / Exhaust Line
Pressure Loss Very Little
Uses
1.   Brake fluid injection
2. Detergent liquid desiccation
3. Vacuum device drawing liquids
TRAPPACK Models and Element types
There is an abundance of different TRAPPACK models that vary in shapes and densities.
Coil Elements also come in various different models that are dependent on the NEW TRAPPACK model and the required specifications. For further information, please seek an inquiry from Taisei Giken.
TRAPPACK Element
Specifications Element Type

TU-KL100 DL Low Density
Element
Standard Specifications
(Exhaust Side)
Vacuum Specifications
(Vacuum Side)
TU-KL200 EL
TU-KL500 GL
TU-KL500W HL
@Adsorption Mechanism and Performance
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  At the surface of ion-exchange fibers, reactive generates (powder) are adsorbed through positive and negative ion-excitation. Through this adsorption the powder begins to build up and cause the magnetic fibers to increase in size as they become coated with this powder.
     
Element After Extended Use
  The TRAPPACK Element traps reactive generates (powder) from the Elements surface and pulls them to the inside fibers of the Element. The adsorbed liquid saturates the fibers until the liquid begins to drip to the bottom of the housing.
TRAPPACK  Element     
@Features
TRAPPACK Element
 
‚«”\ Removes even the smallest liquid particles
’ᑹˆ³ The Element has a very low density and a large amount of airspace
‘å—ʕߏW Liquid is trapped throughout the entire Element when it is pulled to the center from the surface of the Element.