Coalescing Plate Separators
What are coalescing plate separators?
Coalescing plate separators remove suspended solids, free oils, and grease from waste water using gravity. Contaminated water is pumped into a chamber where solids sink to the bottom, and oil rises to the top. The clean water is then extracted, while the contaminants are removed.
Cleanawater has one of the most comprehensive ranges on the market – with capacities ranging from 1,000L to 5,000L per hour. Easily installed and maintained, they'll help you meet – and exceed – water authority regulations. That means a cost-effective solution that guards against fines and shutdowns.
Uses and applications
- Vehicle and equipment wash down
- Wash down bays
- Industrial, mechanical and mining workshops
- Re-fuelling areas
- Construction sites
- Transformer bunds
- Car washes
- Service stations
- AQIS wash down facilities
- Hire equipment branches
- Food and beverage plants
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Benefits of Cleanawater coalescing plate separators
- Approved and appraised by major water and regulatory authorities
- Easily installed
- Complete packages including all peripherals
- Capacities to suit your exact requirements
- Durable stainless steel construction – or budget poly models
- Easy to use – automated operation
- No consumables required
- Compact design for minimal space requirements
- Options to suit all budgets
- Minimal maintenance required
Cleanawater coalescing separators are designed to comply with all discharge standards for oil and grease removal.
They're quickly and easily installed, so your system will be up and running almost as soon as you take delivery.
We offer complete, compact systems ideal for limited space. And they're supplied with non-emulsifying pumps, float switches and controllers – everything you need to get up and running.
We can supply a customised coalescing separator to suit your site requirements, industry and budget – with capacities from 1,000L to 5,000L per hour available.
Available in stainless steel and polyethylene, our range is designed with total flexibility in mind – so there's a model to suit every operation's needs and budget.
The units' automated operation requires no consumables – saving on material costs. And they're easily maintained, saving on running costs and ensuring minimal downtime for your operations.
- TS1000 SS
- TS1500 SS
- TS2000 SS
- TS2500 SS
- TS3000 SS
- TS4000 SS
- TS1000 PE
- TS1500 PE
- TS2000 PE
- TS2500 PE
Why choose Cleanawater?
As your one-stop water treatment provider, we're committed to supplying the right solution for your business. Our award-winning products are engineered for performance, economy and ease of use. That includes both custom-built and off-the-shelf units approved by all major water authorities.
Our comprehensive after-sales service includes support from experts in your area. So you can always speak to somebody who understands your local market.
We distribute across Australia with fast, efficient delivery for off-the-shelf systems. And we'll install, service and maintain your equipment on a schedule that suits you – ensuring minimal downtime.
It means superior results and outstanding value for your investment.
Coalescing media packs are positioned in two stages to force free oil droplets to impinge on surface area. Upon impingement on media packs, droplets rise to the surface and are skimmed off into a waste oil container.
This depends on a variety of factors including budget, location, flow rates and oily water properties. Call Cleanawater on 1800 353 788 and we'll be happy to advise on the best system for you.
In most locations, yes. Call 1800 353 788 Cleanawater to confirm whether we can supply installation in your area.
This will depend on your layout and discharge requirements. Standard packages include a non-emulsifying pump, float switches, waste oil drum, galvanised support frame and a control panel.
Every 3-6 months, generally. But this depends on the amount of sludge accumulated in your process and oil influent levels.
Non-emulsifying, low shear pumps such as diaphragm pumps or helical rotor pumps must be used at all times.
Yes. Our coalescing separators are constructed from durable materials ideal for outdoor environments.
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