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Condensate inevitably occurs during the generation of compressed air. The condensate contains oil and dirt particles and can cause corrosion in the compressed air lines and at the consumer if it is not safely discharged.
With ALMiG ALM-D condensate drains you can achieve reliable condensate drainage.
The ALM-D 10 is a level-controlled condensate drain without compressed air losses for smaller compressed air systems. The ALM-D 10 contains a reliable, direct operated valve with FPM seal and covers pressure ranges from 0 to 16 bar (up to 230 PSI).
With an inlet height of only 74 mm, the ALM-D 10 is a very compact solution with unique installation flexibility and reliability.
Typical application is in refrigeration dryers and filters due to its compact size and low weight of less than 500 grams. The maximum compressor capacity of this trap is 10 m³/min (350 CFM).
The ALM-D 100 removes all types of condensate from compressed air systems up to 100 m³/min without air loss. Due to the air loss-free characteristic, energy savings can be achieved. The compact and robust aluminium housing, the 2/2 way direct operated valve with large passage, alarm NC or NO and the integrated strainer ensure that the ALM-D 100 is the most reliable solution for all compressed air applications.
The ALM-D are level-regulated, electronically controlled condensate drains which are used wherever effective, reliable and cost-effective condensate discharge is needed.
Condensate is formed during the generation of compressed air. This condensate is contaminated with oil, which is drawn in from the ambient air and used for cooling in the compressor stage. Since the contaminated condensate must not be discharged into the sewerage system, it must be separated from the oil.
The ALM-OWS series of oil-water separators reliably removes oil from condensate produced in compressed air systems.
For the safe separation of oil from water, the condensate passes through several separation stages and is filtered through several filter elements.
The oil adsorbing elements combine different types of adsorption technologies to achieve a residual oil content of less than 10 ppm. The first oil adsorbing element has a saturation indicator and offers a visual control, allowing visual monitoring of the separator (even at a distance). The element compositions are always analysed and combined based on the latest, different adsorption technologies.
The final stage contains specially selected activated carbon to separate the remaining impurities.
The ALM-WS prepare compressed air condensates with an average oil content of 5% which makes them too environmentally damaging to be discharged in waste water without treatment. Their purpose is to obtain limit values that are in conformity with permissible discharge values.