EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE: Temprite's 920 Series coalescent oil separators set the industry standard for energy-efficient performance. Unlike conventional separators, Temprite’s 920 Series are not dependent on velocity for efficiency.
Coalescent oil separators maintain the same level of effectiveness down to 20% of maximum flow.
The 920 Series performs with equal efficiency in all types of systems;
in ultra-low temperature applications;
even or uneven multiplex systems, dual suction systems, low, medium and A/C;
during refrigeration load shifting/matching.
920 SERIES RATED FOR CO2: All of the 920 Series separators are rated for 45 bar operating pressures and are widely used in subcritical CO2 (R744) applications.
UNIQUE FILTERING SYSTEM: All Temprite coalescent oil separators are equipped with the Temprite Standard Filter. The Standard Filter uses a matrix-type borosilicate glass fiber material to do the work formerly done by impingement screens in conventional oil separators. The filter’s borosilicate fiber matrix causes the aerosolized oil to vibrate and collide with other oil molecules, creating bigger oil droplets. As the oil droplets are pushed to the outer edges of the filter by refrigerant flow, the accumulated droplets fall to the bottom of the separator through gravitational setting.
MONEY-SAVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY: The high-efficiency performance of the 920 Series reduces energy consumption, lowering costs and decreasing carbon emissions by reducing the amount of oil traveling through the system, coating the walls of the condenser and evaporator tubes. Less oil in the system means more refrigerant and more BTUs. Higher efficiency means better heat transfer through the coils, translating into significant kW savings. Temprite's 920 Series delivers the:
Highest measured capacity of refrigeration.
Lowest kilowatts required per unit of cooling (per ton).
EXCEPTIONAL CONTAMINANT REMOVAL: Two of the biggest energy drains on any refrigeration system are dirt and contaminants and excess refrigerant oil. In addition, the new refrigerants coming onto the market have an enhanced solvent effect, meaning more contaminants than ever can be clogging your system.
Because the Temprite Standard Filter is finer than any other filter/drier, it will pick up all effluent and dirt in the system down to 0.3 microns in size.
BETTER SYSTEM PERFORMANCE: Eliminating solid contaminants and excess oil from the system enhances the entire system's performance. Solid contaminants in the system are harmful to sensors, valves and other delicate components: Thermostatic Expansion Valves (TXV) work more efficiently and desiccant in filter/driers is more effective when not logged with oil, preventing moisture from being absorbed. The oil stays cleaner, significantly reducing the need for periodic oil changes.
COST SAVINGS/LARGE SCALE REFRIGERATION: The savings scale up with the size of the refrigeration system. In large parallel rack/multiplex systems with long lines, dirt and excess oil put an even greater drag on the system. Both these problems can be eliminated with the 920 Series coalescent oil separator, increasing system capacity and efficiency and lowering energy costs.
EASY ACCESSIBILITY FOR FILTER CHANGES: All 920 Series units can be easily opened to change the filter, allowing you to clean the system of contaminants, dirt and excess refrigerant oil. Other products require disassembling and re-welding the separator just to change the filter.
CLEAN & GREEN REFRIGERANT CONVERSIONS: Changing to environmentally friendly refrigerants is a mandate in most countries.
Make your system as clean and green as possible with Temprite.
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The leader in oil separation innovation, Temprite specializes in energy-efficient coalescent and conventional oil separators and refrigerant oil management products, including oil level controls and oil reservoirs, for all refrigerants from ammonia to CO2 (R744). The 130 Series of coalescent oil separators is designed specifically for transcritical CO2 applications. Temprite’s 920 and 920R Series coalescent oil separators are compatible with both ammonia (NH3) and subcritical CO2 refrigeration systems.
Every Temprite product is engineered and manufactured to enhance total thermal efficiency while reducing carbon emissions and providing the highest possible return on investment. Temprite products are the solution to rising energy costs, longer system life and reduced carbon emissions.
Founded in 1924, Temprite was a pioneer in the refrigeration industry and one of the first companies to specialize in refrigeration components. Early Temprite products included beer coolers and dispensing valves for soda fountains and water coolers.
But the Temprite reputation for innovation arose when the company originated some of the earliest refrigeration components including the conventional oil separator in its current configuration: Every conventional oil separator is a copy of a Temprite oil separator.
In 1988, Temprite was the first company to design and manufacture coalescent oil separators and oil reservoirs with the introduction of the high-efficiency 900 Series. The 920 & 920R Series were developed in 1990-1991 to meet customer needs for energy savings, lower carbon emissions and increased system life.
Temprite's Commitment to Customers
Temprite will provide the highest quality refrigeration component products available, as well as the best operational specifications available, worldwide.
Since December 2001, all products conform to the European Pressure Directive (PED). As customer refrigeration systems can vary greatly, each Temprite product is designed using a variety of parameters. All Temprite components are UL, ULC, CE and CRN certified.
The Temprite plant is located in West Chicago, Illinois, USA, with distribution facilities in Tokyo, Japan; Glasgow, UK; Stuttgart, Germany; Ankara, Turkey; Bangalore, India; and Sydney, Australia. Temprite has worldwide distribution through wholesalers and direct sales to original equipment manufacturers, retailers and medical organizations, and through strategic partners in the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Turkey, India and Australia.