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Oleopator P – Coalescing Oil-Water Separator

Oleopator P – Coalescing Oil-Water Separator


Model Number
Maximum Flow
gpm (l/s)
Pipes Size D
in (mm)
Volume solids trap
gal (L)
Volume oil storage
gal (L)
Total capacity
gal (L)
H
in (mm)
H1
in (mm)
H2
in (mm)
Weight
lbs (kg)
Part Number
NS3/670 50 (3) 4 (100) 177 (670) 64 (240) 263 (995) 63 (1,594) 1,230 (48) 1,210 (48) 82.8 (182.6) 3913.80.00
NS3/950 50 (3) 4 (100) 251 (950) 64 (240) 339 (1,280) 74 (1,865) 1,500 (59) 1,480 (58) 83.8 (184.8) 3923.80.00
NS6/660 95 (6) 6 (150) 175 (660) 62 (235) 257 (970) 63 (1,594) 1,210 (48) 1,190 (47) 90.8 (200.2) 3906.80.00
NS6/1210 95 (6) 6 (150) 320 (1,210) 62 (235) 404 (1,570) 84 (2,129) 1,740 (69) 1,720 (68) 100.7 (222.2) 3916.80.00
NS10/1080 160 (10) 6 (150) 286 (1,080) 69 (260) 427 (1,615) 84 (2,129) 1,740 (69) 1,720 (68) 104.7 (231.0) 3910.80.00

 NS3/450 NS3/670 NS3/950 NS6/660 NS10/1080 NS6/1210 NS6/1210 Part Number
Pedestrian Duty
T in (mm) 23.0
(585)
23.0
(585)
23.0
(585)
23.8
(605)
23.8
(605)
23.8
(605)
538
(244)
418969
35.4-39.8
(900-1010)
35.4-39.8
(900-1010)
35.4-39.8
(900-1010)
36.2-41.0
(920-1040)
36.2-41.0
(920-1040)
36.2-41.0
(920-1040)
92
(202.8)
418970
35.0-78.0
(890-1980)
35.0-59.0
(900-1500)
35.0-59.0
(900-1500)
36.2-80.3
(920-2090)
36.2-73.2
(920-1860)
36.2-73.2
(920-1860)
244.7
(111)
418971
Heavy Duty
T in (mm) 34.0-77.9
(870-1980)
34.0-77.9
(870-1980)
35.4-80.3
(900-2040)
35.4-80.3
(900-2040)
35.4-73.2
(900-1860)
35.4-73.2
(900-1860)
432.0
(196)
418972
ProductPart No.Weight lbs (kg)
ACO idOil - 30 high level/oil alarm85409987.0 (3.17)
ACO idOil - 30 control unit only 8540564 1.5 (0.68)
ACO idOil - 30 oil sensor only 85407051.5 (0.68)
ACO idOil - 30 liquid level sensor only 85407061.5 (0.68)
ACO idOil - 30 sludge level sensor only 85407041.5 (0.68)

ACO Oleopator P Oil/Water Separator

ACO Oleopators are a range of light oil separators that allow sediments and light oils to be separated out simultaneously in one tank. Oleopator light-oil separators have an integrated sludge trap, eliminating the need for an additional sludge trap, usually positioned upstream of the light-oil separator.

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