Oil Fuel Separators – Interseptor

Water, especially the drinking water is the most important resource in the World. Contaminants such as oil and fuel are the potential threat for water quality. One single drop of fuel is enough to contaminate 1000 liters of water, which is why environmental damage must be prevented at an early stage. Therefore, an oil & fuel separator is needed where the oil & fuel exist such as car parks, terminals, petrol stations, ports, etc…

Usage of an oil fuel separator designed in accordance with en858

Remedicon oil / fuel separators are designed and produced in accordance with EN 858 standard “Separator systems for light liquids (e.g. oil and fuel)”.

Class 1 Separators

EN 858 requires that coalescence separators have hydrocarbon outlet concentrations at or below 5 mg/liter.


Class 2 Separators

EN 858 requires that oil/fuel separators have hydrocarbon outlet concentrations at or below 100 mg/liter.

Separator Types


A Bypass Oil Separator is used in a ‘low risk’ environment where there is no requirement to provide full treatment for the flow; for example, a car park where the risk of a significant spillage is small.

Full Retention Separators

A full retention oil separator is used where there may be a ‘high risk’ of a significant fuel spillage, such as vehicle workshops.

Forecourt Separators

A forecourt oil separator, which has minimum 7600 liters of oil / fuel capacity, is used where a ‘significant risk’ of oil contamination exist.