Schroeder Industries has introduced the Schroeder 30-gpm North American Vacuum Dehydrator (NAV) Unit.
With the price of oil fluctuating, the increased cost of used oil disposal, and the pressure to maintain a 100% planned up-time schedule, the only effective solution is to maintain the fluid at the highest purity levels, and by doing so, extend the fluid service life.
This is especially critical in large reservoirs where the high price of replacing today’s synthetic oils can quickly out cost a return on investment from fluid conditioning, which in many facilities, is often less than six months.
The North American Vacuum Dehydrator (NAV) from Schroeder Industries employs a highly reliable claw foot vacuum pump to remove 100% of free and more than 90% of dissolved water and dissolved gas from oil. In addition to water and gas removal, the NAV also removes solid contaminants with filtration ranges from 1-40 micron standard options.
Where the company’s smaller units (Triton-A and Triton-E) cover flow volumes from 1.5 to 22 gpm, the NAV provides customers with a solution for conditioning fluids in a majority of the large hydraulic systems.