Air Oil Separators
An air/oil separator is used to seperate compressed air from compressor oil. The compressor oil collects at the bottom of the separator tank and the compressed air continues to the air receiver. A standard rotary screw separator reduces the lubricant entrained in the compressed air to 2-3 ppm. Under normal operating conditions an oil separator's service life is 3,000 to 6,000 operating hours.
|Maximum Pressure||:||20 Bar|
|Working Temperature||:||From -20*C up to +120*C|
|Flow Rate||:||At working pressure of 7Bar|
|Spin-on Filters from 0.6 to 5.5m3/min
Other Filters from 0.4 to 39m3/min
|Wrap Type Air/Oil Separators|
|The wrap style oil separator was the original design to remove oil aerosols from compressed air streams. These are glass fiber elements with a consistent pore size.