Koch-Glitsch’s DEMISTER mist eliminators collect liquid particles from 2 to 5 microns in diameter. It is an assembly of knitted mesh supported on, and held down by, high open area grids. When a vapor steam carrying entrained liquid droplets passes through the mist eliminator pad, the vapor moves freely through the knitted mesh, but the inertia of the droplets causes them to contact the wire surfaces, coalesce, and ultimately drain as large droplets.
The mist eliminators are customizable; specially designed materials can be used for specific applications. Stainless steels and exotic alloys are fully annealed to provide corrosion resistance.
For more information, visit www.koch-glitsch.com.
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