Reflux Separators - Manually Operated

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DN
(mm)

DN1
(mm)

L
(mm)

L1
(mm)

L2
(MM)

Cat Ref

80

25

190

115

82

GRDA3

100

25

255

145

95

GRDA4

150

25

255

145

100

GRDA6

225

25

380

150

115

GRDA9

300

25

380

150

110

GRDA12

450

40

610

275

150

GRDA18

On this type of reflux separator, a valve is fitted to the outlet pipe. When it is open the condensate flows only through the product off-take connection, but it can be partially or fully closed so that some or all of the condensate returns to the column as reflux giving coarse reflux control. 

FLOW DATA

Cat Ref

Minimum cross
sectional area
available for
vapor flow
cm2

Maximum Rate
of liquid product
or reflux expressed
as water at 20°C
liters/hour

GRDA3

10

300

GRDA4

20

475

GRDA6

40

700

GRDA9

150

900

GRDA12

170

1100

GRDA450

670

1500

 

Reflux Separators - Automatically Operated

In applications where there is need for the reflux to be at a fixed value, then it is advisable to fit an electro-magnetically or pneumatically operated reflux separator in conjunction with a timer.

   

Reflux Separators - Magnetically Operated 

This type of reflux separator uses a swinging funnel mechanism. The funnel, which has a soft iron core sealed into it, is operated magnetically from outside the column so that the condensate can be removed from the column and reflux returned to the column in correct ratio. Activation of the electromagnet moves the funnel into the off-take position. 

The electromagnet (shown dotted) and timer should be ordered separately. Details can be found below. 

DN
(mm)

DN1
(mm)

L
(mm)

L1
(mm)

L2
(mm)

Cat-Ref

80

25

380

75

75

GRHM3

100

25

455

90

90

GRHM4

150

25

455

90

90

GRHM6

225

25

560

100

100

GRHM9

300

25

685

140

430

GRHM12

Flow Data

Cat-Ref

Minimum free
cross-section
for vapors
(cm2 )

Maximum distillate
volume in relation
to water at 20°C
(l/h)

GRHM3

10

90

GRHM4

20

180

GRHM6

40

300

GRHM9

150

525

GRHM12

170

675