Hydro Quip, Inc. is a manufacturer of a complete line of high efficiency above and below ground oil water separators for the removal of free and dispersed non-emulsified oil and settleable solids with a variety of features and options, in a range of sizes from 2 GPM to 3000 GPM.
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The oil water separator is a special purpose prefabricated parallel corrugated plate, rectangular, gravity displacement, type oil water separator. The separator shall be comprised of a tank containing an inlet compartment, separation chamber, sludge chamber, and clean water outlet chamber. Read more
Hydro Quip’s design meets and exceeds API 421, which is based on Stokes Law. However, API does NOT address the importance of a Reynolds Number. Since Stokes Law is based on zero velocity, a low Reynolds Number is required to achieve the rise times of the oil for better separation. We use the... Read more
The separation chamber will contain parallel corrugated plates for enhanced oil/water separation. The plates will be spaced for optimum removal of free oil and settleable solids, and the corrugations will have a 45 to 60 degree angle with respect to the horizontal. Flow through the plate pack... Read more