Tank Breathers

To allow air to enter tanks while filtering out dirt, down to 10-micron size. Three kinds: all-steel; steel with nylon base, and all-nylon, which uses NPT ports up to 1-1/2 in.that can double as filler holes.


GIANT Tank Breathers

Over-sized tank breathers provide clean, flitered air to replace liquids going out of tanks at high rates - up to hundreds of gallons per minute. They screw into NPT Ports up to 3 inches in size. Air filter elements are rated from 149 microns down to 10 microns.


Classic Tank Breathers

These "Cadillac" models of tank breather are the preferred ones when it comes to replacing those already in operation. Their rugged steel and/or stainless steel assembly are superior to most of those installed in typical compressor and blower systems.


Tank Filler-Breathers

To strain fluids being added to tanks and to filter entering air. These units are offered for top or side mounting, with choice of neck height, basket depth, inner guards, dipsticks and magnets. In all-metal, all-stainless, or all-nylon construction.


Removable Strainer Basket

This filler-breather gives you a place to insert a suction hose when fluid needs to be removed from a tank. The strainer basket pulls out to permit this, and it makes cleaning the basket easier, too.


Desiccant Tank Breathers

The desiccant tank breather is a unique, patentted air filter and water vapor removal system. These hygoscopic breathers prevent water and contaminants from entering fluid reservoirs as differential pressures occur through thermal expansion and contraction of the fluid.


Side-mounted Filler Breathers

Where top surfaces are not available for locating a filler port, this unit mounts on vertical tank walls. The housing is made of tough, glass reinforced nylon.


Tank Breather Adapter

Using these simple adapters, you can turn our spin-on filter elements into great big tank breathers. This provides you with better filtration of air entering your larger hydraulic tanks, plus much longer filter life. These adapters have straight-threads on one end to attach to the filter element, and NPT threads on the other end to go into a half-coupling welded to the tank top.