G series water separators are designed to remove bulk liquid water and other particles from pressurized air. Unique centrifugal action removes air contaminants with low pressure drops that provide less energy consumption for overall system to balance the pressure level.
G series offers different models from 1/4” to 3” NPT pipe sizes and up to 2200 m3/h flow rate.
To increase the filtration efficiency of the overall pressurized air system and to remove the final traces of oil, water and other particles in the pressurized air, additional equipment like coalescing and particle filters is required as the filtration condensate efficiency of condensate separators are limited.
MODELS AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION
|Model||Capacity||Connection Size||Maximum Working Pressure||Maximum Working Temperature||Housing Dimensions (mm)|
|G 25 WS||0.42||15||G ¼”||16||80||102||257||235||155|
|G 100 WS||1.67||59||G ½”||16||80||102||257||235||200|
|G 200 WS||3.33||118||G ¾”||16||80||123||280||253||270|
|G 300 WS||5.00||177||G 1”||16||80||123||280||245.5||370|
|G 600 WS||10.0||353||G 1 ½”||16||80||123||295||259.5||460|
|G 1200 WS||20.0||706||G 2”||16||80||160||481||440||565|
|G 2200 WS||36.7||1295||G 3”||16||80||194||547||490.5||585|
G series water separators are designed to separate bulk liquid water and other particles from pressurized air. The unique centrifugation process eliminates air pollutants with very low pressure losses, allowing less energy to be used to balance the overall system pressure level during this process.
G series has different model options with 1/4 “to 3” NPT pipe diameters and flow capacity up to 2200 m3 / h.
As condensation separators have limited filtration efficiencies, additional equipment is needed, such as joint filtration and particle filtration to increase the filtration efficiency of the general compressed air system and eliminate the last traces of oil, water and other particles in the pressurized air.
Automatic drain valves are offered as standard in G series water separator models.
To calculate the required maximum flow rate, multiply the table flow rate value by the corresponding correction factor of your working pressure.