PUREBERG® FF29WW Flange water separator

€2,290.00

Net

€2,725.10*

Available, delivery time: Approximately 2-3 weeks

Product number: 1380990029
Manufacturer: BERG Kompressoren GmbH
Stock: 10
Product information "PUREBERG® FF29WW Flange water separator "
Flange water separator PUREBERG® FF29WW
1760Nm3/h@7bar

What are flange water separators?

Flange water separators are devices used to remove liquid water and oil from compressed air systems. They are typically installed at the outlet of a compressor or at various points in the compressed air distribution system. The flange water separator works by using a combination of centrifugal force and gravity to separate the liquid water and oil from the compressed air stream. The separator typically consists of a housing with an inlet and an outlet, and it contains internal components such as baffles, coalescing elements, and drain valves. When the compressed air passes through the separator, the heavier liquid water and oil droplets are forced to the outer edges of the housing due to centrifugal force, where they coalesce and collect at the bottom of the separator. The collected liquids are then drained from the system using a manual or automatic drain valve. Flange water separators are important components in compressed air systems as they help to protect downstream equipment and processes from potential damage caused by moisture and oil contamination. They are commonly used in industrial applications where clean, dry compressed air is essential for the proper operation of pneumatic tools, machinery, and other air-powered equipment.

Technical data "PUREBERG® FF29WW Flange water separator "
Flange water separator PUREBERG® FF29WW
Operating pressure [bar] 0 - 16
Pipe Size [DN] 80
Flow Capacity [m3/h] 1760
Flow Capacity [Scfm] 1024
Dimenstions (AxBxCxD) [mm] 720 x 400 x 165 x 219
Weight [kg] 33
Operating temperature [°C] 1,5 - 65
Material carbon steel
Included BEKOMAT 20

Operating pressure - Correction factors
Operating pressure (bar) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Correction factors 0.63 0.75 0.88 1.00 1.13 1.25 1.38 1.50 1.63 1.75 1.88 2.00 2.13

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