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Oily Water Separator Product Spec
Separator which separates oil and water


The Oily Water Separator supplied by Hamworthy plc are used in the subsea oil and gas industry. oily water separator is an advanced plate type separator which separates oil and water using the natural density differential to achieve IMO standards of performance..


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Category: Wastewater management systems




Oily Water Separator by Hamworthy plc, The Hamworthy oily water separator is an advanced plate type separator which separates oil and water using the natural density differential to achieve IMO standards of performance. This leading-edge design is also more compact, more efficient and more reliable than standard filtration equipment and is built and supplied as a complete package. The plate pack configuration allows solids drawn in with the liquids to gravitate down through the pack to collect in the bottom. This prevents possible blockages caused by the build up of solid material.
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