Clean Tower Separator Systems
Engineered for Performance - Grit, scale and troublesome solids are no longer a problem with the Wingert Clean Tower Separator System. Whether the application requires the removal of solids from a cooling tower basin or a recirculating loop, the Wingert Clean Tower Separator System is ready to go to work on even the toughest of applications.
With ten standard models to choose from and flow rates from 38-1200 GPM, these compact filtration systems come fully assembled, factory tested and ready for installation. All systems are designed with a 90 TDH pump, pre-strainer, separator, recovery tank and a NEMA 4 control panel.
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Carbon steel separator has no moving parts or internal slots
End suction pump designed with 90 TDH, TEFC motor and
cast iron housing
Carbon steel pre-strainer with internal 1/8" perforated stainless
Carbon steel liquid recovery tank (internally epoxy coated)
with stainless steel basket and 25 micron PE filter bag
Service indicator package that detects loss of flow on the clean
side of the recovery tank (no parts exposed to solids)
NEMA 4 control panel with IEC starter and overload, main
power switch, pump H-O-A selector switch, 120 volt control
power, ready-to-use external auto and service hook-ups,
Coated with water based enamel paint
All carbon steel and brass piping
Brass/bronze isolation valves
(2" and below are ball type / 3" and up are butterfly type)
Carbon steel skid, 1/4" thick deck plate, 4" channel side rails,
lifting lugs and forklift slots
150 PSI maximum working pressure
150° F maximum working temperature
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