For compressed air systems where excessive free liquid and solid contamination is a problem, choose Gardner Denver Liquid Separators. Our unique design of the air compressor water separator combines the techniques of centrifugal action and other mechanical separation principles (Impingement, Separation, Laminar Flow, and Stokes Law) to remove large quantities of liquid and solid contamination.
Typical applications include water separation downstream of aftercoolers and intercoolers, on refrigerant dryers, and on the protection of refrigerant and desiccant dryers. Additional applications include water separation downstream of air receivers at strategic points in large scale pipework installation and other liquid/gas separation duties where the volume of water and solids pose a real problem.
Maximum Operating Temperature: 150°F
Maximum Pressure: 300 PSIG
Less than 1 PSIG differential pressure
High Flow Rates
Lightweight cast aluminum housing with 1" to 3" NPT connections
Externally epoxy painted for maximum corrosion protection
Ribbed Bowl with provision for "C" spanner for easy removal
Cast zinc housing with 3/4" and 1" NPT connections
Standard equipped with quick disconnect bowls for ease of service
Three different optional models of automatic drain available