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CYCLONE TECHNOLOGY

We have been working with separation of air in oil since 1999 and we are constantly developing new solutions. Today we have several different technologies, but they all use the principle of separation. Oil is heavier than air and we can force air in to the center of a rotating oil flow.  We can offer tanks from 4 liter of oil up to several hundred liters. The technology reduces space and weight by 50 to 90 % in hydraulic systems.

A Cyclone insert is arranged to be placed in a surrounding tank with the possibility to integrate a return filter. Prepared for flexible inlet and outlet as well as various filter sizes. All together this gives a complete "turnkey" hydraulic tank.

The CycloneConcept means that the required tank size is determined by the volume change that the application requires - not by the maximum pump flow.

Use the calculator below to estimate potential savings for your specific application. Please note that the calculator generalizes results and your actual savings may vary depending on your specific circumstances.

Disclaimer: Results provided by this calculator are approximate and based on generalized data. Actual savings may vary depending on specific conditions and variables not considered by this calculator.
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CYCLONE TECHNOLOGY

We have been working with separation of air in oil since 1999 and we are constantly developing new solutions. Today we have several different technologies, but they all use the principle of separation. Oil is heavier than air and we can force air in to the center of a rotating oil flow.  We can offer tanks from 4 liter of oil up to several hundred liters. The technology reduces space and weight by 50 to 90 % in hydraulic systems.

A Cyclone insert is arranged to be placed in a surrounding tank with the possibility to integrate a return filter. Prepared for flexible inlet and outlet as well as various filter sizes. All together this gives a complete "turnkey" hydraulic tank.

The CycloneConcept means that the required tank size is determined by the volume change that the application requires - not by the maximum pump flow.

Use the calculator below to estimate potential savings for your specific application. Please note that the calculator generalizes results and your actual savings may vary depending on your specific circumstances.

Disclaimer: Results provided by this calculator are approximate and based on generalized data. Actual savings may vary depending on specific conditions and variables not considered by this calculator.