Type 40 Exhaust Heads are designed to separate entrained water and oil from exhaust air, gas or steam prior to being discharged directly into the atmosphere. They will remove up to 99% of liquids and solids over 10 microns in size from the discharged flow, reducing maintenance costs on roofs and surrounding objects.
The moisture laden gas, air or steam enters at the inlet of the exhaust head where it is directed into a centrifugal upward motion. The entrained solids and moisture droplets are separated out by a reduction in velocity. Separated material falls into a drain reservoir.
Eaton separators have no moving parts. All components are either bolted or welded into place. Therefore parts lists are not available. The separators are bolted, threaded, or welded into the lines. They are self-cleaning, and do not need lubrication or maintenance. For this reason, lubricating, operating and maintenance manuals are not available.
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