Eaton Filtration

Eaton is committed to creating and maintaining powerful customer relationships built on a foundation of excellence. Eaton Offers Gas Liquid Seperators, Self Cleaning Filters, Cast and Fabricated Pipeline Strainers, As well as Bag and cartridge filtration.

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Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton is committed to creating and maintaining powerful customer relationships, by manufacturing products which meet a standard of excellence.

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Wright Austin History

The Wright Austin Company manufactured air/liquid separators at their Detroit, MI plant until purchased by Hayward Manufacturing in 1996. In 2005 Eaton Hydraulics LLC, Filtration Division purchased Hayward Manufacturing, transferring fabrication to their newly constructed 1,000,000 SQFT manufacturing facility. Wright Austin established the industry standard air/liquid separator designs for over 100 years.

Eaton Type T Gas Liquid Separator

With its cost effective design, the Type T is the separator of choice for most applications that require clean, dry air, gas, or steam. Centrifugal downward motion deflects moisture-laden gas as it enters the inlet of the separator. Separated liquid and solids fall into a reservoir where Eaton’s exclusive Vortex Containment Plate (VCP) ensures that they cannot be re-entrained.

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Eaton Type ST Gas Liquid Separator

For more specialized applications the Type T Gas/Liquid Separator is available as the Type ST with an integral trap as part of its design. The trap mechanism is a fool-proof design which automatically ejects the condensate, without loss of line pressure, when it reaches a predetermined level.

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Eaton Type 31-L Low Profile Horizontal In-Line Separator

Eaton’s Type 31 L-ST Gas/Liquid Separators automatically remove 99% of all liquid and solid entrainment particles 10 microns in size or larger from air, gas, and steam processes.

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