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CJC Separator versus Centrifuge_RBO_Feb09

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removal of free and dissolved water, absolute filtration ratio, energy consumption, sealing water, intensiveness of installation, manual adjusments required for different oil types and viscosities.

removal of free and dissolved water, absolute filtration ratio, energy consumption, sealing water, intensiveness of installation, manual adjusments required for different oil types and viscosities.

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  • 1. CLEAN OIL Oil Maintenance : CJC v.s. Centrifugation BRIGHT IDEAS www.cjc.dk Oil Maintenance: CJC™ Seperator v.s. Centrifugation C.C.JENSEN A/S, Présentation Alstom Power F-Levallois le 26 février 2009, Roland Bouzon, 25/02/2009 Page 1
  • 2. CLEAN OIL Oil Maintenance : CJC v.s. Centrifugation BRIGHT IDEAS www.cjc.dk Performance CJC™ Filters Centrifuges High filtration and separation level yes yes Particle, water and oxidation no, yes removal with one system only particle and water no, High dirt holding capacity yes (if system is not self cleaning) Absolute filtration ratio yes no Removal of oil degradation yes no products (resins) Removal of free and dissolved no, yes water only free water High oil temperature needed no yes C.C.JENSEN A/S, Roland Bouzon, 25/02/2009 Page 2
  • 3. CLEAN OIL Oil Maintenance : CJC v.s. Centrifugation BRIGHT IDEAS www.cjc.dk Environment CJC™ Filters Centrifuges Energy consumption (e.g. E-motor, low high preheating, compressed air) Waist (dirt) filter elements sludge yes/no yes Waist (water) (depends on amount of water (waist water from the oil and from in the oil) the sealing water) yes High oil consumption no (if system is self-cleaning) Requires sealing water, heat and for no yes self-cleaning version compressed air C.C.JENSEN A/S, Roland Bouzon, 25/02/2009 Page 3
  • 4. CLEAN OIL Oil Maintenance : CJC v.s. Centrifugation BRIGHT IDEAS www.cjc.dk Installation CJC™ Filters Centrifuges Intensiveness of low high installation Installation of sealing yes no water supply (for sealing water) Installation of sludge no yes drain line Installation of waist yes yes water drain line Installation of yes compressed no (if system is self air line cleaning) C.C.JENSEN A/S, Roland Bouzon, 25/02/2009 Page 4
  • 5. CLEAN OIL Oil Maintenance : CJC v.s. Centrifugation BRIGHT IDEAS www.cjc.dk Maintenance CJC™ Filters Centrifuges Maintenance cost and intensiveness low high Spare part costs low high Standard periodic spare parts cost no yes Special tools are required for no yes maintenance Skilled engineer required no yes Manual adjustments required for different oil types, viscosities and sporadic yes gravities Worldwide sales and service yes yes network Price Purchase price normal high Spare parts low high C.C.JENSEN A/S, Roland Bouzon, 25/02/2009 Page 5