The extensive OWS series from Pneumatech uses patented technology to separate all kinds of compressed air condensate, even stable oil water emulsions
Condensate is the unavoidable byproduct of oil-lubricated compressors. It poses an environmental hazard that has to be handled responsibly. This is done by separating the oil and water contained in the condensate, thereby preventing polluted wastewater from harming the environment. It’s not just the right thing to do, in many countries it's a legal requirement.
Pneumatech's OWS 25-5300 is the choice of decisions makers who will only settle for the most reliable and effect solution in the market. In the first stage of the dual-stage filtration system, the condensate flows through a polypropylene filter which separates out the oil in two steps: first as the condensate passes through it, and second when it fills in the chamber below which traps the oil that rises to the top. In the second stage, the condensate flows through a another chamber where either activated carbon or organoclay, filters out any remaining oil particles in the condensate.
What you get at the outlet is condensate with less than 10 ppm of oil. The presence of oil can be as low as 5 ppm dependingon the set-up.
In the first stage, oil is separated out with a polypropylene filter. From there the condensate flows into the second stage, where, depending on the cartridge you choose (either activated carbon or organoclay), any residual oil in the condensate will be filtered out. This ingenious process results in much cleaner wastewater that complies with the toughest environmental standards.
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