How do the cartridges equipped in our Oil Mist Separator work?
The oil demister sets a vacuum in the tank by sucking the oil mist.
The oil is present as very little droplets caught by the coalescing process.
The coalesced oil returns to the tank.
What is the coalescence ?
The coalescence is the capacity to gather very little droplets to forma bigger drop, therefore heavier. The air speed is no more sufficient to take the drops away. They run out on the medium under their own weight. The flow is now clean.
The coalescent cartridge is composed of several medias with decreasing density. It’s finished with an oleophobic and hydrophobic treatment which lowers the surface energy of the media.
Efficiency of our cartridges
Our filtration media has a value of 99.99%. and a solids removal rate of 0.3 (μm)
Oil rejections have been measured according to EN 13284 relative to atmospheric pollution. Oil concentration at the oil demister outlet is less than 0,009 mg/m3. The efficiency in normal operating conditions is more than 99,99 %.