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COMPRESSOR PROTECTIVE DEVICES

Applications

Conventional Oil Separators can be used in a wide variety of applications.

Common applications include multi-compressor racks and remote

condensing units. These separators are designed for use with scroll and

reciprocating type compressors. They are not recommended for screw or

rotary vane compressors. Conventional oil separators are intended for Low

Pressure Oil Management Systems.

Conventional Oil Separators are suitable for use with HCFC and HFC

refrigerants, and their associated oils, as well as other industrial fluids non-

corrosive to steel, copper and brass.

Main Features

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ODS refrigerant connection

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SAE flare oil connections

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Low pressure drop

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No moving parts within oil separation zone

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Serviceable models available, S-19** series

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1/8” NPT oil drain

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Magnet on oil float to collect debris

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Replacement parts available

OIL SEPARATORS

Conventional

The function of an Oil Separator is to remove oil from the discharge

gas and return it to the Compressor either directly or through an Oil

Management System.

Technical Specifications

Maximum working pressure = 450 PSI (31 Bar)

Allowable operating temperature = +15°F to +300°F (-10°C to +149°C)

Henry Technologies’ Convetional OIl Separators are UL and C-UL Listed by

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Additionally, Conventional Oil Separators are

designed and registered for use in Canada. Please contact Technical

Support at 1-800-627-5148 for CRN details and list of approved provinces

and territories.

Materials of Construction

The main components; shell, end caps and connections are made from

carbon steel. The separation screens are made from brass. The float

assemblies are made from stainless steel, brass and copper.

Installation - Notes

Full instructions are given in the Oil Level Control Manual, included with each

separator.

CRN

Selection Guidelines

Henry Technologies' Conventional Oil Separators should not be undersized

(calculated DCFM greater than 125% of nominal), which would cause higher

gas velocities to pass through the inlet/outlet screens. Higher flow velocities

may cause pre-mature failure of the screens. Please contact Technical

Support at 1-800-627-5148 for assistance or recommendations when

selecting Oil Separators.

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