The mist eliminator filter is a very important component that’s been seeing increasing use in many industrial processes. Its primary purpose is to filter gas streams, removing mist and heavy liquid particles from them.
The benefits from it are twofold.
- First, the removal of mist from gas streams means less harm to the environment, as otherwise this mist, containing pollutants would be released into the atmosphere.
- The second benefit is protecting downstream equipment that may suffer from erosion caused by the contaminants in the mist. The factory or plant itself is also made free of this pollution, increasing the wellbeing of workers in it.
Among the common applications of mist eliminator filters are:
- Chlorine or alkaline processes
- Acidic processes decontamination
- Abatement of organic fumes
- Heavy oil particle removal
The additional bonus of this is not allowing too much water (which is often essential for equipment cooling) to leave the plant. The mist eliminator filter traps it and from there it cascades back down the shaft to the reservoir where it can be filtered and used again.
This means not only a more eco-friendly but also considerably more efficient manufacturing operation.
Our inline mist eliminator technology is comprised of tiny fibers that, with the help of Brownian motion, separate the heavier liquid particles (mist) from the gas stream as it passes by and through the filtration system.
Inline Mist Eliminator Filter - Benefits and Specifications
Kimre mist eliminator pads allow for very flexible implementation and can be built to your exact needs and requirements. They are made to be perfectly compatible with your original equipment so no changes need to be made to your setup in order to implement. They are made of extremely durable materials (options include glass, carbon, polypropylene, PTFE and others) depending on your industry and the specific needs of your plant or manufacturing facility.
The flexibility of our mist eliminator filter options is made to adjust to any of your requirements such as
- Specific materials to filter
- Installation space constraints
- Range of mist particle dimension
- Mist particle velocity and travel pattern
- Type and size of collection mechanism
- Level of pressure and pressure loss
- Level of mist removal efficiency
Feel free to browse our site and read more about this extremely efficient solution for mist elimination, or contact us directly. We will be glad to assist and help you set up an efficient system of mist elimination in your plant or manufacturing facility.