After separation the discharge condensate contains so little residual oil that it can be drained away without damaging the environment or infringing on strict pollution regulations.
The OSC’s simple yet robust design enables easy installation without special set-up, and trouble-free filter replacement.
No oil collection bottle is required, eliminating the possibility of contaminating previously separated condensate.
Most condensate emulsions can be divided. Polyglycol condensate can be separated, although some unit deration is necessary in order to maintain filter lifetime.
Maintenance and blockage indicators tell you when filters need to be replaced, eliminating the need to run additional special tests.
No standing or stagnant water is present in the OSC, eliminating potential health risks and reducing the need for regular cleaning.
- Condensate enters through the mufflers and depressurizes in the expansion chamber
- The oil water mixture continues on to tower A and seeps through the white oleophilic filter.
- The filter absorbs the oil, but not the water.
- Significantly cleaner condensate flows from tower A to tower B.
- Tower B contains a bag of activated carbon, absorbing any residual oil from the condensate.
- Clean condensate exits from tower B with almost no residual oil content, which means it can be discarded safely.
For assured performance and maximum maintenance intervals you should use the specially designed OSC service kits. The following options are available and can be fitted on site:
- low-temperature environment kit
consisting of tower heating and insulation
- multiple inlet manifold
for easy connection of several condensate lines into one unit
- anti-bacteria kit
further improving the natural anti-bacterial mechanism
- photo-electronic alarm sensors
for condensate overflow and filter replacement