The SeparatorTypeis the representation of a condensate separator and extends its supertype by specific Nodes. According to ISO 5598, a condensate separator retains contaminants by means other than a filter element, e.g. specific gravity, magnetism, chemical properties, density. It is illustrated in Figure 30and formally defined in Table 40.

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Figure 30– SeparatorType Illustration

Table 40– SeparatorType Definition

Attribute

Value

BrowseName

SeparatorType

IsAbstract

False

References

Node Class

BrowseName

DataType

TypeDefinition

Other

Subtype of the CASComponentTypedefined in 7.7, i.e. inheriting the InstanceDeclarations of that Node.

The following nodes override nodes added by the CASComponentType

0:HasComponent

Object

Design

SeparatorDesignType

O

0:HasComponent

Object

ProcessFluidCircuit

FluidCircuitType

O

When instantiating this ObjectTypethe Identification Objectshall use one of the concrete subtypes of the MachineryItemIdentificationType, either MachineIdentificationType or MachineryComponentIdentificationType, depending on the concrete usage of this Component. The ModellingRule of the Property DeviceClass remains as mandatory and its Value Attributeshall match the value stated in Table 9.

The InstanceDeclarationsof the SeparatorType have additional Attributesdefined in Table 41.

Table 41– SeparatorType Attribute values for child Nodes

Source Path

Value Attribute

Description Attribute

ProcessFluidCircuit

FluidType

1

Enumeration of possible process fluid types.