Bekomat helps you remove condensation water from your compressed air and achieve the optimum quality for your application
Condensation occurs at almost every point along the compressed air treatment process.
In most cases, it contains oil and dirt particles that should not enter the compressed air system.
The electronic level-controlled drain valves have become synonymous with efficient condensate discharge. Volume controlled and with intelligent electronics that prevent compressed air loss, minimizes energy consumption and costs.
This is not only our opinion, but also with many well known compressor manufacturers who recommend Bekomat as they consider it to be the safest and most economical drain valve available in the market.
Condensate treatment is bla. automatic drainage of condensate collected in several places in the compressed air system.
Including compressor cooler, filter drain, refrigeration dryer, bottom of the air receiver and other low points in the system.
In many cases, drains are electronically controlled and monitor the build-up of condensate with liquid level sensors.
It detects and knows when it is absolutely necessary to empty the condensate, which minimizes the pollution of already compressed air.
Condensate treatment is also an oil / water separator which is installed as part of the compressed air system.
It simply reduces the oil concentration in the collected condensate to a level that is permissible for discharge. See more here.
Once oil saturated condensate has been effectively removed from a compressed air system, it cannot be discharged directly to drainage without the oil content being reduced to values within the legal disposal limits.
An oil / water separator is the solution to remove oil saturated condensate.
This separation allows a larger amount of pure water, up to 99.9% of the total condensate, to be discharged safely into the sewer.
And that the relatively small amount of concentrated oil is disposed of legitimately and economically justifiably.