Air separator is designed to separate air from water and eject it from the system. Modern air separators create regions of reduced pressure as water passed through. The lowered pressure causes dissolved gases in the water to form into bubbles. Once formed, these bubbles are guided upward into a collection chamber where an automatic air vent expels them from the system. The process of separating air from water in enhanced as the water is heated. For the best result, the air separator should be located where water temperatures are highest in the supply pipe from the heat source.
Air Set Cements are suitable for thin film bonding and coating applications from 2 to 125 mils. The curing mechanism involves the evaporation of water, working time is indefinite and final cure occurs between 18 and 24 hours. These are based on a ceramic material. These can be applied in the layers to allow the water to evaporate. This is a thermal shock resistant and thermally conductive. It resists oils, solvents and most acids.