Ejectors have no moving parts in contact with the process fluids and, as such, they are reliable and require no maintenance. However, we do offer ‘best practice’ guidance.
Ejector Maintenance : Best Practice
Ejectors are pipe work / pipeline installed items and in most cases are easy to install and remove. Pipework surrounding an Ejector will usually have a recommended service or inspection schedule. Therefore, for best practice, our advice is to visually inspect the Ejector at the same time as any routine pipework inspection. Of course, we provide project-specific guidance for each respective Ejector project.
Unlike other compressor types, the simple construction allows Ejectors to handle solids, liquid slugs, high temperatures and corrosive fluids, robustly and reliably.
Transvac’s patented Universal Design technology enables Ejector Internals to be replaced if the process conditions change, without affecting the Ejector body or surrounding pipework.