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Oil Separators

The design of oil separators is standardized and features low oil carryover and reduced oil consumption.

There are two types of installations:

Vertical installation oil separator

The coolant-oil mix is led to the oil separator bottom. This type of oil separator has two chambers, where the three-phase separation of the oil from the refrigerant is carried out.

Horizontal installation oil separator

The coolant-oil mix is inserted into the first part of the oil separator. In this case the oil separators have three chambers. The first chamber uses gravity separation. The hot gas flows through the smelter out of the first chamber and into the second one. The separated oil is collected in another chamber. Both chambers work simultaneously as an oil collector.


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