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Petrol- and Coalescence separator

Petrol separators complying with DIN 1999, Part 13 and DIN EN 858-1 Class II with sludge chamber:

By enlarging the cross-sectional area of flow and the surface area, the DIN 1999 separator stills the inflowing mixture of light liquids and water. Separation is carried out using gravity alone: the lighter fractions (hydrocarbons like benzene and oils) rise to the surface and float in a layer at the top. The automatic shut-off (float) at the outlet follows the line of separation between the oil layer and the water and closes the outlet when the maximum storage amount has been reached.

Coalescence separator complying with DIN 1999, Parts 46 and DIN EN 858-1 Class I or Classes I and II
Coalescence separator

Whereas petrol / heating oil separators complying with DIN 1999, Parts 1-3 operate using gravity alone, coalescence separators additionally apply the physical processes of adsorption and coalescence. Special functional elements make it possible to separate dispersed microscopic droplets from the wastewater stream along with the buoyant oil droplets. Coalescence separators always have an automatic shut-off at the outlet. They are tested for certification according to DIN 1999, Part 5. These separators are only able to retain separable hydrocarbons, not emulsified or inseparable components.

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