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Champion Process, Inc's “LL” series cartridges are designed to coalesce immiscible non-continuous phase liquids from continuous phase liquids. As fluid passes through these LL coalescers and across the media the tiny suspended droplets of the non-continuous phase are brought together into larger droplets. These larger droplets respond faster to gravity and the two phases separate.
At Champion Process, we provide liquid-liquid coalescers to clients in the U.S. and across the globe. Some of our industry partners include refinery, petrochemical, pipeline, wastewater/municipalities and much more. Below are some of the typical applications for liquid-liquid coalescers.
- Removal of Water from Hydrocarbons (Glass or Nylon)
- Removal of Amine from Hydrocarbons (Nylon)
- Removal of Caustic from Hydrocarbons (Nylon)
- Removal of Oil from Water Phase (Depth Polyester)
- Removal of Water from Strong Solvents (Nylon)
- Longer Service Life Requirements (Pleated)
- Absolute Micron Rating: 0.5 to 70 micron
- Droplet Removal Efficiency: Up to 99.99%
- Will coalesce droplets as small as 0.3µm
- Interfacial Tension (IFT) as low as 10 dyne/cm
- Maximum Temperature: 180 ºF (Polypropylene), 220°F (Glass), 300°F (Nylon)
- Initial Pressure Drop: 1 - 2 psid
- Recommended Changeout: 15 psid
- Discontinuous Phase concentration: up to 3% (30,000 ppm)
- Lengths Available: 14.5” to 80”
- Outside diameters: 3.75”, 4.5”, 6”
- Core: Metal, Polymeric, Coreless
- End caps: Threaded, O-ring, or DOE
- Media: Nylon 66, Glass Fiber