BERG Water separator

Water Separator with comprehensive rate and outstanding efficiency

PURBERG water separator have been developed for high-efficiency removal of bulk liquids from compressed air and vacuum systems up to 20 bar. Inside the housing, there is an insert with vanes that creates a controlled rotation of the air. As a result of centrifugal action liquids (water, oil) and large particles are forced to the housing wall, slowed down and accumulated at the bottom of separator housing as condensate. The turbulent free zone in the lower part of the filter housing prevents condensate from being picked up and "carried over" into the airstream. To discharge condensate from the F-WW water separator it is essential to install automatic or electronic condensate drain.
 

Function of Water Separator

Compressed air enters the water separator through the curved inlet and then specially shaped guide vanes ensure a special rotational movement at high speed and force the compressed air into a circular movement. After the resulting centrifugal forces direct the water droplets to the outside of the filter housing, the droplets flow down into the collection chamber due to gravity. Shielding the collecting area Calms the air flow in this area in order to effectively avoid whirling up and entrainment of already separated liquids. In water separator a specially designed riser tube prevents particle transfer to the upward rotating flow of the compressed air, which has largely been cleaned of condensate. The innovative water separator rectifier leads the compressed air to the outlet and reduces flow losses to a minimum.

 

Excellent flange water separator rates

PURBERG flange water separators are designed for highly efficient removal of bulk fluids and large contaminants from compressed air systems. Inside the case is an insert that allows a controlled rotation of the air. As a result of the centrifugal action, liquids (water, oil) and large particles are pressed against the housing wall, decelerated and collected at the bottom of the separator housing as condensate. The turbulent free zone in the lower part of the cyclone housing prevents condensate from being taken up and “entrained” in the airflow. In order to remove condensate from the cyclone separator FF-WW, it is necessary to install an automatic or electronic steam trap.

To see the details of each water separator, you can refer to the page of that product. Also, for a brief overview of all models of this product, refer to the bottom of this page.
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Technical Data of BERG Water Separator

Filter housing size Pipe size Max. oper, pressure Flow rate At 7 bar(g), 20°C Dimensions (mm) Weight
inch bar Nm3/h scfm A B C Kg
F01WW 3/18 20 72 42 187 88 20 0.7
F02WW 1/2 20 96 56 256 88 20 0.8
F03WW 1/2 20 150 88 278 106 25 1.3
F04WW 3/4 20 216 127 278 106 25 1.3
F05WW 1 20 287 166 252 125 32 2.1
F09WW 1 1/2 20 510 300 450 125 32 3.2
F15WW 2 20 888 522 605 160 43 5.1
F24WW 2 1/2 20 1440 847 685 160 43 6.3
F46WW 3 20 2760 1624 800 240 60 12.9
 
 

Technical Data of Flange water separator

Filter housing size Pipe size Max. oper, pressure Flow rate
At 7 bar(g), 20°C
Temperature oper. Range Dimensions (mm) Weight
inch bar Nm3/h scfm °C °F A B C D Kg
FF29WW 80 16 1760 1024 1.5-65 35-149 720 400 165 219 33
FF37WW 100 16 2200 1307 1.5-65 35-149 890 460 236 244 45
FF66WW 125 16 3940 2331 1.5-65 35-149 980 550 250 273 58
FF88WW 150 16 5300 3108 1.5-65 35-149 1040 570 250 300 81
FF97WW 200 16 5820 3426 1.5-65 35-149 1110 690 256 350 107
FF142WW 250 16 8520 5015 1.5-65 35-149 1330 800 360 480 207
FF180WW 300 16 10770 6357 1.5-65 35-149 1470 820 408 550 280
FF209WW 350 16 12550 7381 1.5-65 35-149 1670 920 471 622 379