The filter separator can separate the different materials according to different separation principles. One is to separate the mixture by using different components, and the other is to separate the mixture by the size of the dispersed particles. Filter separator which specific separation method?
The filter separator can separate the material by gravity sedimentation. Due to the different density of the gas and the liquid, the liquid will be gravitationally charged when flowing with the gas, resulting in a downward velocity; while the gas is still flowing towards the original That is to say liquid and gas have a tendency to separate in the gravitational field. The downward liquid adheres to the wall to be collected and discharged through the discharge pipe.
The filter separator can also separate the gas from the liquid as the principle of baffle separation, which is because gas and liquid flow together, if encountered a barrier, the gas will baffle and go, and the liquid due to inertia, continue to have a forward Of the speed, forward liquid attached to the barrier wall due to the role of gravity down together together, through the discharge pipe discharge.
Centrifugal force separation is also a separation method used by the filter separator. Centrifugal force applied to the liquid is usually greater than that of the gas. Therefore, the liquid tends to be centrifuged. The liquid adheres to the separation wall and collects downwards due to gravity. discharge.
Due to the different particle sizes of the gas and the liquid, when the liquid is mixed with the gas and flows together, the gas passes through the screen if it has to pass through the screen, while the liquid is intercepted and remains on the screen and flows under gravity To the bottom of the separator discharge, this is the filter separator screen separation.
In addition, the filtration separator separates liquids and gases by ultrafiltration and packing separations to meet the user's treatment requirements for such mixtures, resulting in a purer liquid or gas.