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The Klarol Vacuum Dehydration Machine is recommended to be used where the turbine / FRHF/ hydraulic oil sump has water content in free and emulsified state and the oil has to be dehydrated in operation.
This machine works on the principle of Vacuum Dehydration. Fluid taken from the reservoir is made to flow through the Klarol pre heater. It is heated to 50 degrees centigrade. From the pre-heater it is supplied to a specially designed chamber at a regulated flow rate. A Vacuum pump creates a vacuum of maximum 700 torr, to reduce the boiling point of water.
The fluid is made to flow down the heated chamber walls in form of a thin film. The thin film of oil ensures that water is now on the surface. The creation of this thin film helps to evaporate water very quickly without heating the oil further. Continuous operation of the vacuum pump ensures removal of evaporated moisture out of the chamber which can be either vented out or collected for disposal.
The Klarol Dehydration Chamber is recommended to be used where the oil sump has high water content and needs to be removed quickly. This chamber works on the principle of thin film evaporation. Oil from the Klarol pre heater is supplied to a specially designed chamber at a certain flow rate.
The oil is made to flow down the chamber walls. The chamber walls are heated and air is passed over the oil flow. The creation of this thin film helps to evaporate water very quickly without heating the oil. The air evaporates and carries the moisture out of the chamber which can be either vented out or collected for disposal.