Oil-water separators are machines that remove free oil from water at a number <5ppm with the use of API/TPI , oil skimmers and coalesce column integration. Our product helps you achieve Oil and TSS limits as per PESO norms and is designed to provide end to end recycling system.

When landfill waste degrades and rain rinses the resulting products out, leachate is formed. 

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Product Description

Treatment scheme is as per
1. Pretreatment - Pretreatment is used to remove maximum amount of oil from the water by using API/CPI/TPI i.e. oil removal system.
2. Secondary Treatment - Secondary Treatment mainly uses membrane technology to remove organic matter, oil and suspended particles.



After API(Atmopsheric Plate Interceptor)/TPI(Tilted Plate Interceptor)/CPI(Corrugated Plate Interceptor) water is further treated in DGF (Dissolved Gas Floatation/IGF (Induced Gas Floatation) And in Flash Mixer, Flocculator and Nutshell Filter (Nutshell/Wallnut filter mainly used to remove oil from polluted oil water mixture)



An oil water separator is a piece of equipment used to treat wastewater, making it safe to discharge into an approved discharge point, such as a sewer. It removes oils, grease and hydrocarbons, leaving only the non-hazardous water.



  • Improved Oil Removal
  • Improved Wastewater Treatment
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Reduced Maintenance

Frequently Asked Question

What is an oil water separator and what is it used for?

An oil water separator is a device that is used to separate oil and water mixtures. It is commonly used in industrial settings such as factories, marinas, and airports to separate oil and other hydrocarbons from water, allowing the water to be safely discharged into the environment.

How does an oil water separator work?

Oil water separators work by using a combination of physical and chemical processes to separate oil and water. This can include gravity separation, skimming, coalescing, and adsorption. The separated oil is typically collected in a storage tank for disposal or reuse, while the water is discharged into the environment.

What are the common types of oil water separators?

There are several types of oil water separators available, including gravity separators, coalescers, and adsorbers. The type of separator chosen will depend on the specific characteristics of the oil and water mixture to be treated.

What are the advantages of using an oil water separator?

Oil water separators are an effective and efficient way to separate oil and water, reducing the environmental impact of industrial operations. They can also help companies comply with environmental regulations and minimize the risk of fines and penalties.

How is an oil water separator maintained?

Oil water separators require regular maintenance to ensure optimal performance. This includes regularly monitoring and maintaining the various treatment processes, replacing any damaged components, and cleaning the system to remove any build-up of impurities.

How does the oil water separator affect the environment?

Oil water separators can help reduce the environmental impact of industrial operations by removing pollutants from water before it is discharged into the environment.

What are the regulations for oil water separator?

Oil water separators must comply with the regulations set by the local and national environmental protection agency. These regulations typically include requirements for the design, construction, operation, and monitoring of oil water separators.

What are the typical by-products of oil water separator?

The typical by-products of oil water separators include separated oil and water. The separated oil can be collected in a storage tank for disposal or reuse while the water will be discharged into the environment after meeting the requirement and standard set by the regulations.