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|CAPACITY (SIZED BY COMPRESSOR)
|< 20 PPM
|(4) 1/2" NPT
|19.7 x 8.5 x 10.1 IN
|SERVICE KIT PART #
Compressed Air USA’s Micro Clean line offers proven performance, quality, and reliability. The 120CFM oil water separator offers a complete and cost effective solution to compressed air treatment.
Our MICRO CLEAN oil water separators are the most reliable and highest performing separators available on the market. Safe, simple, reliable, economical on-site treatment of compressed air condensate with discharge quality that exceeds U.S. EPA standards through to end of life. The advanced STERLING filtration media is non-carbon based, made from 100% recyclable materials, and is the most effective solution to oil water separation with its long life and outlet concentrations as low as 5 ppmv, even with synthetic lubricants.
In just 1 year a 15 horsepower compressor will produce 2000 gallons of condensate. Left untreated, that is enough oil to cover and de-oxygenate several hectares of water, causing environmental damage and loss of plant and animal life. Discharging oily waste inhibits the operation of waste water processing plants, and is also illegal. Oily condensate from compressors may be 99% fresh water, don’t waste thousands of dollars per year for storage or settling tanks and removal. Eliminate the hassle of other treatment options. Treat it at the source with the most efficient and lowest cost of ownership, and then discharge it down the drain.
HOW IT WORKS:
Condensate from compressors, refrigerated dryers, coolers, or other drain points are piped directly to the Micro Clean separator. Here it enters the primary filter which: depressurizes condensate, traps solid particles which protects the secondary filter, and catches bulk hydrocarbons with a high capacity oil absorbent. Next, the condensate passes through a deep bed of STERLING filtration media which absorbs oil providing oil concentrations of 5 ppmv or less. The remaining water can be disposed of safely and in compliance with environmental regulations.