What is it?
Why use it?
The coalescer also acts as a manifold, allowing up to six breathers being used in conjunction.
Lastly, the telemetric over pressurization gauge will automatically send a signal to the operator if any significant pressure changes have occurred.
How does it work?
During an inhale cycle, a breather will draw in ambient air and pass through the coalescer's plumbing and through the standpipe into the gearbox, tank, or reservoir being protected.
1. During an exhale cycle, the gearbox or reservoir will exhaust dirty oil laden air into the central standpipe. 2. As the air travels up the standpipe, the air passes around several aluminum fins which cause the oil mist to cool and condense, allowing for the oil to drain back into the gearbox or reservoir and PREVENT any contamination to the desiccant medium. 3. The over pressurization gauge will indicate if a pressure drop has occurred. 4. Clean air flows into breathers