KASRAVAND vertical tube separation system has proven to yield the highest efficiencies of any mechanical or non-disposable separation device. KASRAVAND cyclotubes are used in production as initial liquid separators, on gas coalescer and filter separator inlets as bulk liquid knockouts, as multistage compression separators, process liquid reclaimers downstream of contact towers, and in many other critical locations. Units are available with or without slug capacity, in vertical or horizontal configurations and in diameter sizes ranging from 8" through 120". Designs in all major design codes and certifications are available.
Cyclonic separator is a high-efficiency filtration system. It is able to effectively remove large amounts of solid and liquid particles from a gas stream at a relatively low pressure.
It also works effectively at extremely high pressures, especially when used to filter viscous impurities or other wax-like particles. With its capability to withstand a wide range of pressure differences, it offers the benefit of a low maintenance cost.
The solid/liquid impurities collected inside shall be periodically blown away to maintain stable equipment efficiency.
(Not necessary to replace filter element).
The dirty gas enters the gas distribution chambers through multiple inlets into multiple cyclonic tubes. Through centrifugal action, each cyclonic tube will cause the impurities to separate from the gas to collect on the inner walls of the cyclonic tube. With all the cyclonic tubes working in synergy, all the impurities will be effectively removed and collected at the end of the separator for removal.Cleaned gas flows into collector through upper output tube and is exhausted through outlet.
With greater R&D and innovation, Cyclonic Separators now operate at an even higher efficiency and precision, improving its past designs.
Compared with traditional cyclone separator, our efficient cyclone separating system has the following design advantages:
Special gas flow splitting design
The core of cyclone separator is a group of coils. In traditional design, single coil normally generates uneven cyclone distribution which affects integral separating effect.
Out solution is to adopt circular coils distribution design.
The best circular distribution structure is a closed loop and gas flows into it from middle part and thus is evenly distributed.
Best design of gas inlet direction:
Gas inlet direction is another important factor affecting separating efficiency which is normally used for protecting gas filter from being blocked by liquid or particles. Incorrect gas inlet direction design can cause solid/liquid impurities going into separator dispersedly and thus affecting filtering effect.
Single-level separator: most suitable for directly filtering gas which contains little amount of liquid.
Dual-level Separator: This separator can be deployed as an auxiliary separator to Cyclonic Separator in filtering misty streams with high percentages of liquid particles in the beginning or end stage. This is to prevent blockages in the main filtration system.
Multi-level Separator: As an auxiliary separator to Cyclonic Separator''s end stage, this separator can increase the efficiency of the main unit when finer particles are caught and filtered off for removal.