Everyone knows that oil and water don't mix. But what happens when they do and you need to get them separated? The oil-water relationship is a problem for any company running an air compressor where oily condensate forms a stable emulsion or is difficult to separate. ConDePhase is the solution.

Simple, effective oil water separation

  • Simple: ConDePhase Plus uses gravity separation, which means it doesn’t need to be plugged in, has no moving parts, and is virtually maintenance-free.
  • Automatic: Just set your air compressor’s condensate to drain into the ConDePhase Plus and let the three-phase separation automatically do the work. 
  • Effective: The unique separation design and activated filter have achieved water effluents containing less than 15 ppm in most compressor oils and 50 ppm or less with polyglycols.
  • Economical: The ConDePhase Plus is constructed with impact-resistant, high-density polypropylene that offers long life without an expensive design. The magic is in the science, not the construction.

Sized to fit your operation


We offer eight different ConDePhase Plus sizes to accommodate your unique needs. You just need to know the: 

  • Viscosity grade of the lubricant 
  • Lubricant base stock 
  • Compressor capacity (SCFM) 

Check out our sizing chart or contact us to be connected with an expert who will make sure you get the right ConDePhase for your operation.  

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  • Get to know more about our innovative options to properly separate and dispose oily condensate. Our ThermaPhase and ConDePhase Plus oil water separators safetly separate the oil from the water and make it easy to dispose both.


How it works


The condensate enters the Expansion Chamber through Coupling A. The air is dissipated through the top which allows the oily condensate to gravity flow from Portal B into the main tank through Portal C. The condensate then enters into Chamber 1 where the condensate flows through the first Coalescing Filter Pack

The small particles of oil coalesce, joining to form larger “drops.” Because oil has a lower specific gravity than water, the oil then rises to the top and exits through Coupling D. The oil that is accumulated is ready for environmentally safe disposal. Meanwhile, “separated” water slowly sinks to the bottom where it is collected by the Pick-up Hose 1. From there the water travels through Coupling E to Chamber 2 for further separation.  

The effluent then travels through the Coalescing Filter Pack 2 to remove the maximum gravity separable oil. The separated oil in Chamber 2 exits through Coupling F for proper disposal. The water then exits Chamber 2 through Pick-up Hose 2, passing through Coupling G and proceeding to the Patented Exterior Activated Carbon Filter Polishing Unit

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