Air Compressor Accessories

CompAir Oil/Water Separators

  • The CCSD Series oil/water separators work effectively with PAO/POE base lubricants that quickly and easily separate from water
  • CompAir’s CCSE design features allow the separator to use the most economical and efficient means to separate emulsified, slowly demulsible, or high volume condensate loads

Condensate generated by lubricated type air compressors is comprised of atmospheric borne water vapor and lubricant from the compression process. Post compression, condensate is dropped from the air stream in the cooling, refrigerated dryer, and filtration phases of the air treatment process. Regardless of site conditions, it is virtually impossible to remain legally compliant with local discharge regulations without proper separation equipment.

The CCSD Series are ideal for use with CompAir PAO/POE type lubricants. The CCSE Series separators are ideal for emulsible lubricants which use PAG as their base fluid. The CCSE should not be used with Food Grade fluids.

CCSD Series-oil/water separator- demulsible

  • The CCSD Series oil/water separators work effectively with PAO/POE base lubricants that quickly and easily separate from water. These oil/water separators are designed for 90°F at 90% RH summertime conditions and can separate oil/discharge water to levels of 15 ppm. Using the most advanced technology for reducing the volume of compressed air condensate destined for disposal, the CCSD offers greater reliability, longer filter life and cleaner discharge water quality than ever before.

CCSE Series- oil/water separator-emulsible

  • CompAir’s CCSE design features allow the separator to use the most economical and efficient means to separate emulsified, slowly demulsible, or high volume condensate loads. The fully automatic CCSE Series oil/water separators were designed to effectively separate emulsified compressor condensate to levels of 15 ppm or less without premature element failure and backup spillages by using two unique features. Simply determine the highest cfm flow possible with the application and then make your selection of the appropriate unit size.