CONVENTIONAL OIL SEPARATORS
The task of conventional oil separators is to separate oil from discharge refrigerant correctly and ensure oil return to the compressor most effectively. The purpose is maintaining crankcase oil level and increasing the efficiency of the system by minimizing excessive oil circulation.
Conventional oil separators have float system inside. Float system;
On standard products- ODS connections are used for inlet & outlet,
- Oil return connection 3/8” SAE is used as standard,
- Deep drawn housing is used for OS.33b.12.1 - OS.33b.28.1 models.
- Deep drawn housing is used for OS.F.33b.12.1 - OS.F.33b.28.1 models,
It is strongly recommended to use oil separators under the following conditions: low evaporation temperature applications, capacity controlled systems, parallel connected compressors, flooded evaporators, blast freezer, two-stage compressors, cascade systems, long line systems.
Oil separator selection is made according to the refrigeration technical rules and oil separator connections must not have smaller diameter than discharge line size.
Please ensure that the float system is not damaged and it is working properly.
Please contact us for R600a, R290 & R1270.