Industrial Fluids


Separator Spares and Equipment, LLC is an Authorized Distributor for GEA Mechanical Equipment US, Inc. (GEA Westfalia Separator Division) for the Gulf Coast region. We provide complete GEA Westfalia Separator packages, spare parts, engineering support, and service.

GEA Westfalia Separators for industrial fluids have been designed to separate cooling lubricants, washing liquids, oil-water mixtures, lube oil, fuel oil, waste oil, etc. The separator of the enclosed design is equipped with an oil-level sight glass and driven by a 3-phase AC motor. Power is transferred to the bowl spindle via a flat belt. Depending on the GEA Westfalia Separator, the hood of the separator might be hinged, and all bearings are splash-lubricated from a central oil bath.

Most metalworking operations utilize a coolant to remove the heat generated in the process. Fluid coolants are widely used since they lubricate the contact surface between tool and workpiece, inhibit corrosion, and wash away swarf fines from the work area.  They are prolonging the life of the tools and improving the quality of work. By extending the useful lifetime of working fluids, you reduce consumption and maintenance costs. By keeping them constantly purified, you also reduce wear on machines and tooling.  

Separator Spares & Equipment can help you choose the most economical systems for your industrial fluids application. 

For Industrial Applications, the GEA Westfalia Separators are designed for the separation of:


Hydraulic Oil


Lube Oil


Metalworking Coolant Emulsions


Oily Water


Rolling, Cutting, & Grinding Oil


Waste Oil & Oily Waste Water


Washing Liquids


Neat Oil Coolants

The primary contaminants in neat oils are solid particles, water, and other oils. The solids include metallic and other fines originating from tools, carbon, and oxidation products resulting from repeated heating. Neat oil coolants must be either clarified or purified.


Tramp Oil Separation

Circulating water-based coolants tend to pick up traces of hydraulic, lubricating, and other oils. The presence of this oil is undesirable because it tends to hold very fine particles in suspension and carry them back to the work area. It impairs the coolant properties of the working fluid. It encourages the growth of bacteria that precipitate iron and also gives rise to unpleasant odors. 

How does GEA Westfalia provide a cost reduction in industrial fluids treatment?
  • Service life extensions of the liquids save procurement and disposal costs
  • Efficient production process thanks to shorter set-up times
  • Longer service life of the machines, tools, and bearings
  • Greater availability of the tools, machines, and bearings increase the productivity of the manufacturing processes
  • Less scrap in the production thanks to improved surfaces and lubrication properties

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Industrial Fluids Treatment

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