Also called mechanical separators, centrifugal separators use cyclonic motion to force liquid water out of compressed air. The spinning causes the condensate to join together on the separator walls.
When the condensate gains enough mass it falls to the bottom of the separator bowl, pooling in the sump. It is then flushed out of the system by the automatic float drain valve. Remove condensates to avoid corrosion of exposed metal components throughout your compressed air system.
Providing protection for critical tools and equipment! Centrifugal water separators are installed downstream of after-coolers and air receivers. Our Twister Dryer Turbo Separator design features an internal spinner that removes large quantities of condensate by cyclonic action.