CONSTRUCTION OF EXHAUST MIST ELIMINATOR HOUSINGS
Standard construction is of welded carbon steel, coated with an industrial enamel finish, providing strength and durability. Sidco’s exhaust mist eliminator housings are also available with stainless steel construction for additional strength and durability.
Sidco Filter housings may be modified or customized to meet your specific requirements.
- Cap closure: Used for ambient pressure conditions
- Bolt closure: Used for pressures up to 5 PSIG
- May be modified or customized to meet your specific requirements
- Optional legs are available
- Optional gauge taps are available
- Sizes of 2.0″ to 24.0″ are available
- Male NPT (MT) or plate flanges (FF) are standard
- Flanges match diameter and drilling for 150# ANSI
- Optional connections available: Right angle base for side mounts (AF), female NPT (FT), bevel (BV), and plain cut (PE)
Exhaust mist eliminator housings provide high-efficiency separation of oil mist and oil smoke from air or gas exhaust streams. They exhibit effective removal of visible oil, smoke and mist from rotary and mechanical vacuum pump discharge air with flow rates up to 12,000 SCFM.
ELEMENTS FOR EXHAUST MIST ELIMINATOR HOUSINGS
Tube style filters consist of layers of fiberglass wound on a perforated, galvanized core. Typical pressure drop (clean) is 2 PSI or more. Efficiencies up to 99% for particles that are 3µ and larger.
Low pressure drop filter elements are a pleated filter with a fine, high-density fiberglass, constructed with a larger filter area, providing a less expensive filter with a much lower pressure drop.
Chart indicates sample dimension only.
Sizing may be subject to change without notice. Please contact our engineering department for more information.