Coalescing Filters are used in applications where sub-micron
and aerosol mists must be removed from a gas stream.
Optimum Protection for Downstream Equipment.
Removal of Liquids and Solids from Air or Gas Processing Streams.
Removal of Solid Particulate and Aerosol Mists 0.3 microns or
Ratios in Excess of 5,000
Service Life, Low Maintenance and Minimal Downtime with Easily
Accessible Coalescing Elements.
Maintenance and Operating Costs Associated with Contaminated
Of Operation: The Anderson Coalescing Filter is multi-stage
separator that provides maximum solid and liquid removal.
The primary stage of separation is designed for removal of large
particulate and liquid loads through gravitational and centrifugal
force. If a high solid or liquid load (slugging) is present,
additional separation internals are available to provide bulk
removal and extend the life of the coalescing element.
The final stage of separation consists of one or more multi-special
layered fiberglass/polypropylene coalescer elements. The entrainment
laden gas flows from the inside to the outside of the coalescer
elements. The innermost layer acts as a pre-filter to
remove submicron solids.
The fibers of the middle layer capture the fine liquid droplets
suspended in the gas and cause the droplets to run together
and form large droplets with the depth of the filter.
These large droplets emerge on the outer surface of the coalescer
and drain by gravity to the lower collection chamber.
The clean gas passes from the coalescer elements and exits
through the vessel outlet.