Oil and water don’t mix, but sometimes they don’t like to separate either. When the nature of the lubricant forms a stable emulsion or is difficult to separate, then our ThermaPhase unit is the right choice for the job. ThermaPhase was developed to solve the toughest applications.

Steam the water out of your oil

  • Powerful: ThermaPhase handles a broad variety of synthetic (polyglycol, diester, synthetic hydrocarbons, silicone, polyester and mixtures) and petroleum-based compressor lubricants.
  • Economical: With ThermaPhase, there is no longer a need to pay a licensed company to dispose of your condensate. Its quality parts and construction are built for a long life with little to no maintenance.
  • Environmental: An excellent choice for companies proactively engaging in environmental management. ThermaPhase offers a solution to many forms of adverse environmental impacts and helps companies who are pursuing ISO 14001 registration.

Sized to fit your operation


We offer seven ThermaPhase sizes to accommodate your unique needs. You just need to know the:

  • Inlet air temperature 

  • Relative humidity 

  • 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 ThermaPhase 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


ThermaPhase unit is a thermostatically controlled, electrically heated evaporation unit that separates air compressor condensate from spent compressor lubricant. The condensate water leaves the unit as atmospheric steam and the lubricant is periodically drained from the unit. 

The unit uses special low-density heating elements for long life and low maintenance. The heating elements are staged to go on sequentially. (Time of sequence between elements is variable but fixed by design.) When the maximum operating temperature is reached, the heating elements automatically turn off until the temperature falls below the boiling point of 212º F, and at this time the heating elements will restart. This system minimizes power surges, helps balance the load and reduces power consumption. There is a low level cut-off switch which provides protection for the heating elements.

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