Air and Dirt Separators: On Cutting Costs, Reducing Your Carbon Footprint and Maximising Your HVAC’s Performance

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Your HVAC can perform better with an air and dirt separator. Here’s why.

HVAC systems work hard to dissolve gases for better thermal comfort, but more often than not, air and debris build-ups negatively affect their performance. Get rid of this air and debris with an air and dirt separator.

Removal of Air and Dirt

Micro bubbles in your HVAC are often a bad sign. They form due to changes in temperature and pressure, allowing gas to bubble out of crevices and holes. If they frequently happen to your HVAC system, a separator should be its permanent companion.

Our range of Optivent Hydraulic Separators allows excellent separation of primary and secondary circuits for various heating and cooling systems. What a separator does is create a low head loss zone that enables the two circuits to be hydraulically independent of each other. This way, air and dirt are removed, and the HVAC system runs at its optimum performance.

Economical and Environmental Advantages

Other than its obvious functions, a hydraulic separator is economical equipment that requires less power consumption than other separating machinery in the market. They also don’t need ongoing maintenance and can reduce your spending on servicing labour down the track. With an Optivent Hydraulic Separator, you can see an astounding return on investment.

Furthermore, the less energy you need for a machine, the fewer emissions you release into the atmosphere. Air and dirt separators minimise your carbon content, leading to fewer chemicals in your water treatment system.

Find out more about our air and dirt separators here.