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Gravity Separators


In a gravity separator or knock-out drum, gravitational forces control separation. The lower the gas velocity and the larger the vessel size, the more efficient the liquid/gas separation. Because of the large vessel size required to achieve settling, gravity separators are rarely designed to remove droplets smaller than 300 microns.4 A knock-out drum is typically used for bulk separation or as a first stage scrubber. A knock-out drum is also useful when vessel internals are required to be kept to a minimum as in a relief system or in fouling service.5 Gravity separators are not recommended as the soul source of removal if high separation efficiency is required.

Gravity Separators


In a gravity separator or knock-out drum, gravitational forces control separation. The lower the gas velocity and the larger the vessel size, the more efficient the liquid/gas separation. Because of the large vessel size required to achieve settling, gravity separators are rarely designed to remove droplets smaller than 300 microns.4 A knock-out drum is typically used for bulk separation or as a first stage scrubber. A knock-out drum is also useful when vessel internals are required to be kept to a minimum as in a relief system or in fouling service.5 Gravity separators are not recommended as the soul source of removal if high separation efficiency is required.

Gravity Separators


In a gravity separator or knock-out drum, gravitational forces control separation. The lower the gas velocity and the larger the vessel size, the more efficient the liquid/gas separation. Because of the large vessel size required to achieve settling, gravity separators are rarely designed to remove droplets smaller than 300 microns.4 A knock-out drum is typically used for bulk separation or as a first stage scrubber. A  tyt knock-out drum is also useful when vessel internals are required to be kept to a minimum as in a relief system or in fouling service.5 Gravity separators are not recommended as the soul source of removal if high separation efficiency is required.

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Table 1 summarizes each of these technologies and provides guidelines for proper selection. As you can see, for systems containing

 very fine aerosols, under 5 µm, a coalescer should be selected. Removing very fine aerosols from gases results in major economic, reliability

, and maintenance benefits in compressor systems.

 

 

Table 1 summarizes each of these technologies and provides guidelines for proper selection. As you can see, for systems containing

 very fine aerosols, under 5 µm, a coalescer should be selected. Removing very fine aerosols from gases results in major economic, reliability

, and maintenance benefits in compressor systems.

 

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Table 1 summarizes each of these technologies and provides guidelines for proper selection. As you can see, for systems containing

 very fine aerosols, under 5 µm, a coalescer should be selected. Removing very fine aerosols from gases results in major economic, reliability

, and maintenance benefits in compressor systems.

 

 

Table 1 summarizes each of these technologies and provides guidelines for proper selection. As you can see, for systems containing

 very fine aerosols, under 5 µm, a coalescer should be selected. Removing very fine aerosols from gases results in major economic, reliability

, and maintenance benefits in compressor systems.

 

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Achieving compliance in a regulatory industry

Table 1 summarizes each of these technologies and provides guidelines for proper selection. As you can see, for systems containing

 very fine aerosols, under 5 µm, a coalescer should be selected. Removing very fine aerosols from gases results in major economic, reliability

, and maintenance benefits in compressor systems.

 

 

Table 1 summarizes each of these technologies and provides guidelines for proper selection. As you can see, for systems containing

 very fine aerosols, under 5 µm, a coalescer should be selected. Removing very fine aerosols from gases results in major economic, reliability

, and maintenance benefits in compressor systems.

 

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