Filson Vane Separator
- High separation efficiency up to 100% of 8 micron entrainments
- Available in horizontal and vertical configuration design
- Optional construction material and available choice of type
- Self-cleaning vane making virtually no maintenance costs
- Less downtime, continuous internal flow, and large dirt loads
- One-stop solution, perfect after-sale service and competitive prices
Equipped with drain and vent valves, level instrumentation, pressure and temperature gauges, Filson vane separator ensure normal operation of the separation process. And its separation efficiency is up to 100% of 8 micron or larger.
- Construction material: stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum
- Dimension: generally from 8 inch to 20 inch
- Separation efficiency: 100% of 8 micron solid and liquid particles
- Filtration grade: 8micron, 10 micron, 20 micron
- Working temperature: ranging from -15℃ to 65℃
- Maximum working pressure: up to 740psi
- Accessories: inlet and outlet valves, drain and vent valves, level instrumentation, pressure and temperature gauges
- Quality certification: compliance with ISO 12500 and CE certification
Note: listed above are for reference purpose, please consult Filson for customization.
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Filson Vane Separator
Your Dependable Vane Separator Manufacturer in China
The presence of liquid aerosols in the gas stream could damage downstream critical equipment, it is essential to eliminate unwanted liquid particles from fluids. Filson vane separator is deigned to remove liquid particles from gas flow.
Filson vane separator housing is generally made of 304/316L stainless steel, carbon steel or other alloys, depending on the type of fluid. And Filson vane pack is made of stainless steel which is assembled in the internal of vessel.
There are two types of Filson vane type separator to meet varying applications. One of Filson vane separator is straight line type, where inlet and outlet nozzles are on the same line. And the other type is the inlet at the lower part and the outlet at the higher part of the vessel.
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