Cyclonic Tube Separators
Product Code: Cyclonic Tube Separators

  • In-line and multiccyclone separators provides protection down to the 3-5μm range of liquids and associated solids
  • Overall removal efficiency of 99.9% of normal pipeline contamination
  • Robust construction can operate in conditions where normal separators cannot, and where momentary flow rates above design conditions need to be tolerated without replacing filters continually.
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Two-phase Gas Separators use inlet diffusers to deal with slugs of liquids and two-stage mist eliminators to effectively remove high liquid loading in the gas.
Common vapor-liquid separation technologies used throughout the process industries are Impingement Separation Technologies i.e. knitted wire mesh mist eliminators and vane packs.

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Some natural gas applications have high liquid contaminant rates and also contain solids that plug typical mesh or vane separators. Larger single body cyclonics typically do not have the efficiencies needed to protect critical downstream equipment. In cyclone spin tube separators, centrifugal forces can act on an aerosol at a force many times greater than gravity.

  • In-line and multiccyclone separators provides protection down to the 3-5µm range of liquids and associated solids
  • Overall removal efficiency of 99.9% of normal pipeline contamination
  • Robust construction can operate in conditions where normal separators cannot, and where momentary flow rates above design conditions need to be tolerated without replacing filters continually.

Typical applications for the cyclonic tube separator are:

  • Pipeline cleanup and liquid recovery
  • Removal and recovery of lubricants in fuel gas streams
  • Removal and recovery of amines and glycols from gas streams
  • Dessicant bed protection
  • Liquid hydrocarbon and water recovery from high-pressure wellhead streams