Erin Deibert  | 

Hydro Separators take the guess work out of the equation for the installing contractors. Often mistakes in closely spaced tee systems happen because the installer is required to make the piping fit the space he is given in the mechanical room. Some very inventive pipe around corners and with offsets can violate the principles required to maintain proper primary/secondary piping.
When installing contractors are given this as a piece of equipment, they treat it as just a component that is to be installed as planned. This makes for less field alterations of the piping design and ensures the intent to create primary/secondary piping is maintained.