Separator Systems for Light Liquids
Separator systems for light liquids are subject to CE marking and meet the requirements specified in appendix ZA of UNE-EN 858-1:2002/A1:2004 Standard, “Separator systems for light liquids. Part 1: Principles for product design, characteristics and testing, marking and quality control”. This is why Remosa offers an extensive range of class I hydrocarbon separators with CE marking.
Separator of Hydrocarbons: Separation between hydrocarbon and water occurs through specific difference in gravity, with the hydrocarbon being separated and confined inside the equipment to form a floating layer.
Models With Desander: Prior to separation between the hydrocarbon and water, solids are decanted from the polluted water.
Models With Coalescence: Coalescing lamellae are fitted inside the equipment to achieve higher separation performance.
This filler favours contact with hydrocarbon droplets to form larger drops through grouping. The larger-size drops are more easily separated.
Models With Automatic Sealing System: They incorporate a safety device that prevents hydrocarbons from being released to the outside when the equipment is full, thus preventing a possible polluting spillage.
Models With Bypass: During a storm, they guarantee the evacuation of surplus surface runoff water by bypassing them directly to the sewer system.
The equipment can bypass up to 4 times the nominal flow volume.