The Winston/Royal Guard Type 62-MM Liquid Liquid Coalescers employ a knitted wire mesh media pack and gravitational settling for the separation of two immiscible liquids
The Type 62HW-MM-1S is a single stage Liquid Liquid Coalescer used for the separation of two immiscible liquids, such as small amounts of water from a hydrocarbon (oil, gasoline, benzene, etc.). The coalescer can be designed for varying customer micron removal requirements.
This unit utilizes a knitted wire mesh media pack for the coalescence and gravitational dropout of enlarged dispersed phase droplets.
The Liquid Liquid Coalescer can be provided with various styles of coalescing media packs including several wire filament densities which can also be inter-wound with fibers such as polypropylene, polyester, nylon, fiberglass, and Teflon® for more efficient coalescing.
Wire filaments in the coalescer media packs are available in various metals to include 300 series stainless steels, monel 400, nickel 200, hastelloy C276, Inconel 600 and others. The media packs are also available in Teflon®, Kynar®, and polypropylene.
The Type 62HO-MM-1S, similar to the 62HW, is a single stage Liquid Liquid Coalescer used for the separation of small amounts of hydrocarbon (oil, gasoline, benzene, etc.) from water. In this case, the boot is located on top of the vessel.