Mist Eliminators Articles

  • The Evolution of Glycol Contactors

    The dehydration of natural gas is an integral part of many gas processing applications. Dehydration with triethylene glycol (TEG) is effective and has been successfully employed in both onshore and offshore facilities. The dehydration of natural gas is an integral part of many gas processing applications. Water can form hydrate crystals with hydrocarbons and acid gases (CO2 and H2S). ...


    By Sulzer Ltd.

  • How to: control process mist eliminators

    A structured-media mist eliminator is less prone to plugging than conventional knitted-mesh mist eliminators, achieves higher removal efficiencies per unit of pressure drop, and has lower energy consumption and operating costs. Many process air and gas stream problems involve mist carryover and mist eliminator plugging. This often results in reduced product yield, excessive energy usage, ...


    By Kimre Inc.

  • Kimre Mist Eliminators in Sulfuric Acid Plants

    B-GON® Mist Eliminators are widely used in the gas cleaning and contact section of sulfuric acid plants. Metallurgical, Oleum Producing, Sulfur Burning, and Regeneration Plants rely on the mist eliminators in the drying towers, absorption towers, and many other units to protect the quality of the product acid, protect downstream equipment from corrosion, protect the catalysts, and ultimately ...


    By Kimre Inc.

  • Basics of Mist Elimination

    Mist eliminators have evolved over the years from packed bed types to knitted mesh mist collectors. Knitted mesh mist eliminators achieve much greater efficiency than the packed bed types where dumped packing is used as a collection device and impingement types where wave-like plates are used to collect mist. This presentation will discuss the basic concepts of mist elimination, whether the ...


    By Kimre Inc.

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