Schroeder Industries is shedding light on its economical water removal systems, the Triton A Dehydration Station.
Water contamination in hydraulic systems can severely reduce the life of systems and fluids. Schroeder’s Triton A (as part of the Triton Dehydration Station Series) eliminates 100% of free and up to 90% of dissolved water from small reservoirs, barrels, and gear boxes.
Using its patented transfer process, the Triton A efficiently removes water and particulate contamination quickly in all environments. The proprietary design also reduces aeration of free and entrained gases of returned fluid. The unit is mobile due to its cart body and portable allowing easy access to tight areas.
If you are noticing a hazy or milk-like appearance in your hydraulic fluid, there’s a good chance you have water in your system. Ambient air is conditioned to increase its water holding capability before injecting to the reaction chamber. Fluid is equally distributed and cascaded down through reticulated media and the conditioned air stream. Water is transformed to water vapor and is expelled from the unit as a moist air stream. The relative humidity of the incoming fluid is continually monitored by an integral TestMate Water Sensor (TWS) and displayed real-time on the control panel.