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Deltech Oil/Water Separators

Deltech Oil/Water Separators

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Hydroclean® OWS Series, Carbon Media, 150 - 2,400 SCFM

Deltech Hydroclean OWS FeaturedCondensate...The Byproduct of Air Compression
Condensate generated by lubricated type air compressors is comprised of atmospheric borne water vapor and lubricant from the compression process. Post compression, condensate is dropped from the air stream in the cooling, refrigerated drying, and filtration phases of the air treatment process. Regardless of site conditions, it is virtually impossible to remain legally compliant with local discharge regulations without proper separation equipment.

Targets Demulsible Lubricants
"Gravity Separation" Condensate Separators are ideal for applications that use a single lubricant and rapidly separate in <5 minutes into 2 distinct layers. Excellent candidates tend to be proprietary PAO (polyalphaolefin) based lubricants marketed by compressor manufacturers.

OWS Series Separators use a large tank of water that allows separable lubricant to float to the surface. Incoming condensate displaces cleaner water from the bottom to flow through a bed of activated carbon to remove trace lubricant to 15 ppm.

 


Models

Model Specifications

Select by Hydroclean® OWS model below to see pricing, product information, or to order. Contact our customer service toll-free: 866-650-1937 with any questions on our Deltech Oil/Water separators or to place an order.

Model Number* Max SCFM @
90°F/90%RH**
Max SCFM @
70°F/70%RH
Height (in.) Width (in.) Depth (in.) Condensate Inlets Water Outlet Oil Container
Vol Gal.
System Weight (lbs.)
OWS150 150 357 30 26.5 19 (3) 1/2" 3/4" 1.5 53
OWS300 300 714 39 34 21 (3) 1/2" 3/4" 5 77
OWS600 600 1428 39 35 31 (3) 1/2" 1" 5 120
OWS1200 1200 2856 39 72 31 (3) 1/2" (2) 1" (2) 5 240
OWS1800 1800 4284 39 109 31 (3) 1/2" (3) 1" (3) 5 360
OWS2400 2400 5712 39 146 31 (3) 1/2" (4) 1" (4) 5 480

*The OWS is not recommended for use with emulsifying lubricants such as Polyglycol, ATF, or Motor Oil lubricants with heavy additive packages.
**The above ratings are based on a rotary screw type air compressor standards of 2-3 ppm carry operating on an ISO32/46 PAO or Turbine Lubricant with the best demulsibility in their class. The maximum CFM capacity ratings listed may be increased by 25% if a refrigerated air dryer is not used.

Features & Benefits

  • Real life reliability designed for 90°F @ 90% RH summertime conditions
  • Improved filter design exclusive submerged reverse flow pre-absorber & extra-wide filter beds result in long service life and cleaner discharge water. Especially during hot and humid weather conditions.
  • Reduced maintenance filters typically last up to 40% longer.
  • Flow indicator verifies when carbon bed requires replacement. Stores evidence of decreased flow condition until manually reset.
  • User friendly diffuser rotates at 90° intervals to make it easy to pipe your Condensate Drains to three 1/2" NPT inlet piping connections.
  • Elevated carbon bed handles (AS30/60>) to keep you cleaner.
How it Works

Targets Demulsible Lubricants
"Gravity Separation" Condensate Separators are ideal for applications that use a single lubricant and rapidly separate in <5 minutes into 2 distinct layers. Excellent candidates tend to be proprietary PAO (polyalphaolefin) based lubricants marketed by compressor manufacturers.

OWS Series Separators use a large tank of water that allows separable lubricant to float to the surface. Incoming condensate displaces cleaner water from the bottom to flow through a bed of activated carbon to remove trace lubricant to 15 ppm.

Deltech Hydroclean OWS How it Works

Active Media

Pelletized activated carbon adsorbs trace lubricants

Deltech Hydroclean OWS ActiveMedia

ASTM #D-1401 Test Results...
The Key to Separator Selection
Equal parts of fresh lubricant and distilled water are blended in this laboratory test performed by the lubricant manufacturers. Due to each unique formulation, test results will vary from manufacturer-to-manufacturer for what appears to be the same type of lubricant. Results range from complete separation in <1 minute, to a homogenized emulsion that never separates. Comprehensive lubricant identification is critical to ensure the proper Condensate Separator is selected.

Series Lubricant (ml) Distilled H2O (ml) Emulsion (ml) Time (min.)
OWS 40 40 0 1

* Computerized sizing program ensures proper selection. Consult your distributor.

Performance

Gravity Separation - Demulsible Condensate Separator

Condensate...The Byproduct of Air Compression
Condensate generated by lubricated type air compressors is comprised of atmospheric borne water vapor and lubricant from the compression process. Post compression, condensate is dropped from the air stream in the cooling, refrigerated drying, and filtration phases of the air treatment process. Regardless of site conditions, it is virtually impossible to remain legally compliant with local discharge regulations without proper separation equipment.

Condensate Volume...It Changes with the Weather
Changes in ambient temperature, relative humidity and plant air demands leaves the ratio of lubricant-to-water, commonly referred to as parts per million (ppm), in flux. Condensable water vapor varies from practically nothing during frosty winter conditions, to large volumes produced during the heat and humidity of summer.

With average ambient conditions of 70°F/70% R.H., a 500 scfm (100 HP) air system can fill two (2) 24-foot swimming pools every year. Rather than store the condensate and pay to have it hauled away, both economy and ecology dictate the installation of the proper Deltech Condensate Separator to target the undesirable lubricant.

Targets Demulsible Lubricants
"Gravity Separation" Condensate Separators are ideal for applications that use a single lubricant and rapidly separate in <5 minutes into 2 distinct layers. Excellent candidates tend to be proprietary PAO (polyalphaolefin) based lubricants marketed by compressor manufacturers. OWS Series Separators use a large tank of water that allows separable lubricant to float to the surface. Incoming condensate displaces cleaner water from the bottom to flow through a bed of activated carbon to remove trace lubricant to 15 ppm.