Housing for coalescers - liquid filtration
Coalescing is a very effective seperation technique. This technique allows the filtration of submicron particles out of the process flow, starting at 0,3 micron. Coalescers cause the submicron particles to assemble and form concentrated drops. By choosing the right parameters, there will be a seperation of the process flow and the contamination. Difference in chemical and physical characteristics of the process flow and the contamination are exploited in this process.
To guarantee the right functioning of the coalescers, the design of the filter housing is of great importance. Our filter housing is designed for efficiency and user-friendliness and meets the necessary norms (like PED, EN13445, or ASME section VIII). Client-specific norms or challenging process information is also no problem for EFC. We offer filter housing that, for example, function in heavily corrosive environments, with a working pressure of 136 bar or at temperatures of 285 degrees celsius.
We gladly help you optimize the filter housing for your process environment. Our filter housing is therefore dimensioned to find the right proportion between operating time and operational costs. Using remote filtration®, we can let you know exactly when your filter candles are functioning properly and when they are in need of replacement.