Electrostatic Oil Cleaning


Electrostatic Oil Cleaning

Electrostatic Oil Cleaners are used for super cleaning of oil to NAS 1638 grade level. Efficiency of this machine to super clean the oil will be in the range of NAS 6-7. These machines are available with or without dehydration attachment. They work on high voltage laminar flow principle, catch hold of magnetic/non-magnetic ferrous/non-ferrous material.

Electrostatic oil cleaner systems use electrostatic precipitation to remove sub-micron particle of insoluble material, without affecting soluble oil additives. Tiny particles are electrostatically driven to and captured on positively or negatively charged walls of electrodes. Large particles are trapped in the resin impregnated cellulose filter. Coalescing filter in dehydration cell is used for removal of moisture/water up to 5000 PPM. Modern additives-treated oil is highly resistant to deterioration; it can continue service indefinitely if kept clean and contamination free.