Portable Pump/Separator Cleans Tramp Oil

A new high-capacity portable pump/separator Model #465 by Keller Products can clean tramp oil and floating chips from 10+ sumps as large as 2,000 gallons. It is the company's largest tramp oil/pump separator. Because the 1/2" air-operated diaphragm pump has a suction lift of 10 ft.

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A new high-capacity portable pump/separator Model #465 by Keller Products can clean tramp oil and floating chips from 10+ sumps as large as 2,000 gallons. It is the company's largest tramp oil/pump separator. Because the 1/2" air-operated diaphragm pump has a suction lift of 10 ft., the separator can be used to clean large pit-type sumps, which are below floor level. The portable, cart-mounted separator (only 38" × 24") can clean a sump in a few hours and then may be moved to another sump and set up for operation by making one hose connection and a 1/4" compressed air line connection (no electric). The pump pulls oily coolant from the surface of a sump via a floating inlet device, through a large bag filter to remove chips and fines, and then pumps the filtered oil/coolant mixture through a permanent plastic separator elements immersed in a 25-gallon tank. The separator elements, cause the drops of tramp oil to form a layer that rises to the top of the separator tank, and the cleaned coolant continuously returns to the sump. The oil layer collected in the separator tank is drained into a waste oil container by opening the oil drain valve occasionally, usually once per day.