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The new CTS Eliminator II has been designed as an effective and reliable means of treating lubricant contaminated compressor condensate.

Compressed air is discharged at elevated temperatures in a saturated condition. Any cooling which takes place through aftercoolers, dryers, or pipelines cause the water vapor to condense into a liquid form, which then mixes with any oil carryover of a machine. This contaminated condensate cannot be disposed of into sewer systems, or onto the ground, without being properly treated.
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Max CFM Capacity at 90 ºF/90%RH

Max CFM Capacity at 70 ºF/70%RH

Ambient Temperature

Inlet Temperature

Weight

CTS15 N/A 150 cfm N/A 357 cfm N/A +32-120 ºF N/A 120 ºF N/A 53 lb
CTS30 N/A 300 cfm N/A 714 cfm N/A +32-120 ºF N/A 120 ºF N/A 77 lb
CTS60 N/A 600 cfm N/A 1428 cfm N/A +32-120 ºF N/A 120 ºF N/A 120 lb
CTS120 N/A 1200 cfm N/A 2856 cfm N/A +32-120 ºF N/A 120 ºF N/A 240 lb
CTS180 N/A 1800 cfm N/A 4284 cfm N/A +32-120 ºF N/A 120 ºF N/A 360 lb
CTS240 N/A 2400 cfm N/A 5712 cfm N/A +32-120 ºF N/A 120 ºF N/A 480 lb
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