All compressor condensate usually contains trace amounts of oil. Accordingly, it's common in most cases to comply with local rules which requires a maximum oil content before condensate to be fed into the regular sewer system.
Oil-water separators play an essential role in the systems where Oil injected screw compressors are deployed. For all of their benefits, oil-injected compressors have a slight drawback: they generate a condensate that includes traces of oil, as a byproduct
Through different filters and filtration media, Our oil water separators effectively remove the oil from the water so that it can then be safely and properly disposed of