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84 series systems

An 84 type unit.The series 84 are the logical next step up from the 86 series. The special Suparator® construction is incorporated as a module that is fitted in tanks of different size and shape.

The 84 series are meant for more demanding applications and processing of larger volumes of aqueous media. Special constructions like slanted bottoms for sludge accumulation are possible.

 

 

 

More about the 84 series systems.

The series 84 models.

Model Capacity
m3/hour(gpm)
Volume
liter
L
mm(inches)
W
mm(inches)
H
mm(inches)
Data sheet
Flat bottom V-bottom
84/540/xxx 1 - 2,5 (2.2-3.3) 540 1500(....) 600(....) 600(....)  pdf-doc-2  pdf-doc-2
84/810/xxx 1 - 3,5 (2.2-4.4) 810 1500(....) 600(....) 800(....)  pdf-doc-2 pdf-doc-2
84/1080/xxx 1 - 5 (2.2-6.6) 1080 1500(....) 900(....) 800(....)  pdf-doc-2 pdf-doc-2
84/1800/xxx 1 - 8 (   ) 1800 2500(....) 900(....) 800(....) pdf-doc-2 pdf-doc-2

The configuration

The sketch at the right shows a cross sectional view of an 84 tank.The 84 series arrangement.

  1. The aqueous medium, with the oil, enters here.
  2. Part of the flow, the main flow, comes up here and enters into the Suparator® device, carrying the oil traces along.
  3. Part of the flow, the bypass flow, passes through here and over the effluent weir into the effluent compartment.
  4. The ratio main-flow - bypass-flow is set by adjusting the height of the effluent  weir.
  5. The aqueous medium which collects in the effluent compartment is discharged through this outlet.
  6. The actual separation of oil takes place here, in the Suparator® device, with the patented construction. Here the oil traces are collected, concentrated and than separated.
  7. Pure oil passes over the weir, into the oil trough, and is discharged via the outlet at the side.
  8. A coalescing filter is possible but strongly advised against. It adds little in terms of efficiency while accumulation of dirt will make frequent cleaning necessary.

Video of an 84 system in use.