QWIK-PUREÂ® and Ãƒâ€“WAMATÂ® Oil-water Separators
For the processing, the oil-containing condensate first flows under pressure into the pressure relief chamber . Here, the pressure is reduced without causing turbulence in the downstream separation tank for the separation of free oils . Any entrained coarse dirt particles are retained in a removable receiver [3a]. Applicable only to the Ãƒâ€“WAMAT line, in the separating tank, the oil settles on the surface of the effluent as a result of gravity separation and is fed into the spill-proof oil receiver [3b]. The filter makes the difference: The condensate then flows through the
oleophilic prefilter , which boasts a large active filtering surface. With a flow from the inside to the outside, it binds the remaining oil droplets and also absorbs any residual floating oil in the filter chamber. However, at the core is the OEKOSORBÂ® primary filter with cartridge technology : here, residual oil fractions are reliably retained. What remains is water which may be directly
introduced into the sewer system.