Twin Cross

Multi-function Hydraulic Balance Separators

The multi-function hydraulic balance separators can effectively deal with hydraulic disturbance caused by temperature and pressure differences between production facilities and between secondary loops when there are many production facilities and pumps in the system, or the primary and secondary circulation pumps exist in the system respectively, and is capable of air exhaustion and dirt removal, which is convenient and efficient. 

Characteristics:

Each by-pass can work independently; 

The discharge rate of primary gas produced by water flowing through the air release assembly is 80 percent;

The gas content of the system can be reduced by more than 50 percent after system’s operation for 4-6h;

The gas content of the system can be reduced to 0.4 percent after operation for a period of time;

Get rid of hydraulic disturbance by discharging the dirt that is separated and collected at the same time of air exhaustion;

The dirt content is reduced by more than 96 percent after 50 cycles (with flow rate being 0.5m/s);

Suitable for systems with refrigerating fluid reaching 50 percent;

The minimum bubbles that can be removed is 10μm, the minimum particle of impurities that can be removed is 5μm;

Conforms to PED/DEP 97/23/EC(CE);

General construction with stainless steel filter cartridge consisting of diamond-shaped mesh; the barrel is made of carbon steel and applied with quality powder; the air release valve on the top is made of brass;

The pressure loss is so small that the water flow rate will not affected. 

Applications: 

Suitable for heating, domestic hot water, utilization of terrestrial heat, centralized heat supply by the power plant, regional heating by boilers, ice storage air-conditioning as well as refrigerating and heat exchange, etc.;

Suitable for power, petrochemicals, ferrous metallurgy, paper-making, textile, food processing, aerospace, maritime, automobile as well as domestic heating (refrigerating), etc.; 

Suitable for systems where constant and variable flows exist at the same time.