New two stage separatorsNew two stage separators remove entrainment and particulates from gas streams.These knockout vessels use vane type and wire mesh type mist eliminators. The vertical vessel design has a small footprint and is especially effective in process and pollution control applications with fouling tendencies, the company notes.The vessels are equipped with spray cleaning systems to deal with fouling. Cleaning can be intermittent, continuous, or pressure drop activated. Click here to enlarge imageDuring operation, the gas or vapor passes first through the vane to remove the bigger droplets, fouling substances, and solid particulates. The wire mesh type mist eliminator located...

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