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88 series units

An 88/3000 package unit with controller.The series 88 systems are the high end of the Suparator® product range. Standard systems are available with a capacity of up to 20 m3/h!

Different from all other Suparator® systems, the 88 series units do not require a constant incoming flow. In fact they are designed for direct feed with integrated buffer capacity.

Skimmer, skimmer pump, effluent pump, sensors, controller and all interconnections; everything is integrated and fully assembled prior to shipment. It makes the 88 the easiest to integrate with your process with minimal on site installation cost.

The 88 series are the primary choise for automotive pre-treatment applications.

More about the 88 series systems.

The series 88 models.

Model Capacity
m3/hour(gpm)
Volume
liter
L
mm(inches)
W
mm(inches)
H
mm(inches)
Data sheet
88/735/... 1,5-2,5 (..) 735 ..(..) ..(..) ..(..)    
88/3000/... 5-7,5(..) 3000 ...(...) ...(..) ...(..)    
88/4500/.. 7-9(..) 4500 ...(..) ...(..) ...(..)    
88/6000/.. 9-12(..) 6000          
88/9000/.. 13,5-18(..) 9000          
88/12000/.. 18-24(..) 12000          

Series 88 package units.

An 88 unit with the covers removed.In all 88 systems, all equipment is fitted onto the unit, mounted behind the characteristic blue panels. All integrated, easily accessible for maintenance purposes.

 The integration of all equipment reduces the on site installation activities to a minimum. If the system is supplied with its own control system, all that needs to be done is to connect the inlet, outlet and drain connections and the utilities (power, air and water).

 

 

 

The configuration of the 88.

The following sketch shows the configuration of a full featured 88 package unit.

The process diagram of an 88 package unit.

  • The incoming flow enters the system at (A), if possible by gravity feed. Valve (11) is used to control the incoming flow if necessary.
  • Inside the main tank, oil  traces will concentrate in the upper layer and are skimmed off by the integrated Suparskim skimmer (2).
  • Circulation pump (3) pumps this medium, with a high oil concentration, into the sub-tank with the Suparator device (1).
  • Inside the Suparator device the oil traces are collected and concentrated to build an oil layer. The oil is than separated without any water and discharged via outlet (C). The aqueaous phase runs off, back into the main tank.
  • Solids and particles settle to the bottom area of the tank, adding to the oil separation and the quality of the returned medium.
  • The treated medium is taken off by the effluent pump (4) and returned to the process.
  • If the effluent is pumped to a Q-Filter, the valves (21) will be adjusted to cause the effluent pump to pull partially from the bottom section of the tank, removing the accumulated dirt in the bottom area.
  • Overflow (22) and drain connections (23) and (24) are combined in connection (D).

Options.

The following options are available for the 88 package units:

  • No-drip covers.
  • Insulation; a layer of insulation material with stainless steel outer sheeting.
  • Flush header for automatic, in line, cleaning; reduces the need for periodic cleaning.
  • Automatic inlet shut-off valve.
  • Foam knock-off bar; used to stop foam from being separated with the oil.
  • Rake skimmer; used in cases where the floating matter is not liquid but more like a paste or grease of scum.