Drift Eliminators in panels

SEP

ThermoTrade s.r.l.’s drift eliminators  in panels used to separate water droplets in vertical airflows, which have high levels of separation and thermo-mechanical resistance. Drift eliminators used with cross-vertical flows, as their geometric design made for two changes in flow direction. The eliminators are made of pre-formed PVC sheets assembled with each other, and offer optimal resistance to both the elements and inorganic chemical agents.

Modello SEP 20

SEP 20 data sheet

Fields of application

Cooling towers

Scrubbing towers

Paint booths

Gas turbines

Features

  • Two-direction-change drift eliminators used in induced draft cooling towers.
  • Mainly manufactured in blocks to make moving and placing inside towers easier.
  • They have 99% efficiency (with a nominal speed of 3 m/s) measured, depending on the amount of water expelled from air, in proportion to the eliminators’ cross-section.
  • Drift eliminators allow for optimal air distribution, maximizing the use of contact surface and therefore enhancing performance.
  • Used in air intake hoods, for vertical airflows, because they prevent water droplets and dirt from entering turbines.

Modello SEP 25

SEP 25 data sheet

Fields of application

Cooling towers

Scrubbing towers

Paint booths

Gas turbines

Features

  • Four-direction-change drift eliminators designed for induced draft cooling towers.
  • Mainly manufactured in blocks to make moving and placing inside towers easier.
  • Thanks to their rectangular and modular shape, they can be used to cover water distribution systems with precision.
  • These drift eliminators are ideal for forced ventilation systems with centrifugal fans.
  • Used in air intake hoods, for vertical airflows, because they prevent water droplets and dirt from entering turbines.
  • They have 99% efficiency (with a nominal speed of 3 m/s) measured, depending on the amount of water expelled from air, in proportion to the eliminators’ cross-section.

Modello SEP Mist

SEP Mist data sheet

Fields of application

Cooling Towers

Features

  • Three-direction-change drift eliminators have been designed primarily for vertical flows, but can also be used in cross-flow applications.
  • Mainly manufactured in blocks to make moving and placing inside towers easier.
  • Thanks to their rectangular and modular shape, they can be used to cover water distribution systems with precision.
  • They have 99% efficiency (with a nominal speed of 3 m/s) measured, depending on the amount of water expelled from air, in proportion to the eliminators’ cross-section.