CLL 1.0 coalescer cartridges are used in a wide range of liquid/liquid separations in the chemical, flavor and fragrance and biotechnology industries.
The CLL 1.0 coalesce media contains a tapered layer pore construction structure. The emulsion first enters from the inside of the cartridge and passes through a pre-filter to remove the coarse particles, extending the service lifespan.
The liquid then encounters a fine media layer that initiates the coalescing process to form larger droplets. The coalescing process will be completed by a coarse media later that maximizes the coalesced droplet size before the fluid exits the outer layer of the cartridge.
The presence of difficult to separate emulsions can be a costly problem in the chemical, flavor and fragrance, and biotechnology industries. The liquid contaminants can cause the end products to be made off-specifications, deactivate expensive catalysts, foul contactors and stripping trays, which leads to corrosion and delays in downstream storage tanks, hence increasing the costs for wastewater treatment. With the implementation of the CLL 1.0 coalescers, production costs can be avoided for the users.
Brother Filtration CLL1.0 coalescer filter cartridge can remove oil from amine liquid, alkali liquid, acid liquid and urea liquid. Also, it can remove lemon oil from alcohol solution, and remove organic compounds from alkaline pharmaceuticals.
|Code||Cartridge Material||Outer Diameter||Cartridge Length||Connection Type||Core Material||Seal Material|
|CLL 1.0||FS-Glassfiber mesh module
PF-Fluorocarbon Polymer Media
D-Duplex Stainless Steel
|B-Buna N Rubber