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Parker PVS Portable Oil Purification System

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Your Price: $13,375.00
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Item #: PVS 600
Mfg: Parker
Mfg. Part #: PVS 600
Parker PVS 600
Portable Oil Purification System

The PVS 600 Portable Purification System, is used to draw water contaminated fluid out of a system, remove the water content and return the ‘clean’ fluid to the reservoir.

Product Features:

• PVS 600 draws water contaminated fluid out of a system.
• Removes water, air and particulate content and returns the ‘clean’ fluid to the reservoir.
• Maximum flow 38 l/min (8.3 gpm).
• Reduce the catastrophic results of water contamination.


Flow rate: 38 lpm (8.3 gpm).
Height: 1638.3mm (64.5”).
Width: 1117.6mm (44”).
Length: 1549.4mm (61”).
Weight: 408.2 kg (900 lbs).
Seal material: Fluorocarbon (EPR opt.).
Condensate tank: 15.5 ltrs (3.4 gals).
Dispersal elements: 2.
Minimum operating capacity: 22.7 ltrs (5.0 gals).
Vacuum (max): 25 In/Hg.
Viscosity (max):
    108 cSt (500sus) – disposable.
    460 cSt (2150 sus) – packed tower.
Outlet pressure (max): 4.1 bar (60 psi).
    1” JIC (male) inlet.
    1” JIC (male) outlet.
FLA (full load amps): 24-38 amps. (Depending on options & voltages).


This equipment and been USED, but is in very good operating condition.  Complete with NEW Parker Elements:(2) COALESCING (2) 933180(1) 10 MICRON MICROGLASS (1) 932667Q.  New Suction and Discharge Hose assemblies Included.

Effects of Water Contamination

Water is one of the most common and destructive contaminants in a fluid system. When water contaminates a system, it can cause serious problems such as:
    Corrosion by etching metal
    Fluid breakdown, reduction of lubricating properties, additive precipitation, and oil oxidation
    Reduced dielectric strength
    Abrasive wear in hydraulic components

Principles of Operation

Contaminated oil is drawn into the Parker portable purification system by a vacuum of 25 In/Hg. The oil passes through the in-line low watt density heater/s where the oil is heated to an optimum temperature of 66°C (150°F). The oil then enters the distillation column where it is exposed to the vacuum through the use of dedicated dispersal elements. This increases the exposed surface area of the oil and converts the water to a vapor form, which is then drawn through the condenser by the vacuum pump. The vapour returns to water and drops into the condensate holding tank - this can then be drained off at a later stage. The water-free oil falls to the bottom of the vacuum chamber and is passed through a final particulate removal filter by a heavy duty lube oil pump. Clean dry oil re-enters the reservoir/system via the outlet port.

NOTE:  This equipment must ship via common carrier.  If you email us your Zip Code, we will gladly furnish you with a shipping quote.

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