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Coalescing first starts as the product enters the vessel. Due to the substantially reduced velocity, free water will fall out by gravity. While the product progresses through the mass packed media, further coalescing occurs by impingement of water droplets on the media. At the same time, solids tend to fall out as the liquid enters the housing at a reduced velocity, but are further removed by filtration as the flow continues through the mass media.
All Facet HP Series single-stage water coalescer housings are built to ASME Code, Section VIII, with many standard and optional accessories available to facilitate individual installation requirements.
Facet HP Series single-stage coalescers use wafer repacks to remove gross amounts of water and solids from fuel. They are available in several standard sizes to accommodate flows from 10 to 2000 gpm (38 to 7570 lpm). They provide protection to filtration systems from gross amounts of water and solids that are commonly carried through inbound transport pipelines.
HP Series housings offer an option of using coalescer cartridges for more efficient solids separation and liquid-liquid water separation. Use of an adaptor kit permits returning to the use of repacks at any time.
HP Series housings have no internal moving parts and are designed for easy servicing, thereby reducing maintenance costs. Each housing is manufactured with quality workmanship and materials to give long-lasting and dependable service.