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Aircel MIS Mist Eliminators (300-8000 SCFM)

Aircel MIS Mist Eliminators (300-8000 SCFM)

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1 micron 99.5% efficiency | 0.5 micron 99.3% efficiency

Mist Eliminators separate out water, oil and particulates from the air by using a coalescing filter. Aircel provides a full line of Mist Eliminators (300 - 8,000 scfm) to effectively remove oil, solids and water from your compressed air system.

The Aircel Mist Eliminator features an element with patent pending urethane threaded end. This unique design requires no internal loose parts and no internal housing center core. This provides easy, hassle-free element changeout and reduces the overall initial unit shipping weight, saving on freight costs.

The element is designed with optimum pleat spacing and fin depth to provide unsurpassed low differential pressure, dirt holding capacity, and efficiency. Filtration efficiency and permeability are based on independent laboratory testing by Interbasic Resources, Inc. The filter element will collect particles greater than 1 micron with 99.5% efficiency. Particles 0.5 micron in size will be filtered at an efficiency of 99.3%.

Product Selection
MIS-300 300 2\" 36 8 5/8 16 10 120 91 22 41 25 54

MIS-3000 3000 6\" 60 12 3/4 24 26 400 152 32 2/5 61 66 181

MIS-500 500 2\" 40 8 5/8 16 16 150 102 22 41 41 68

MIS-1000 1000 3\" 48 8 5/8 20 20 180 122 22 51 51 82

MIS-1500 1500 4\\" 52 10 3/4 20 20 300 132 27 1/3 51 51 136

MIS-2000 2000 4\" 54 10 3/4 20 24 325 137 27 1/3 51 61 147

MIS-4500 4500 6\" 64 12 3/4 24 26 500 163 32 2/5 61 66 227

MIS-6500 6500 8\" 78 16 28 36 850 198 40 2/3 71 91 386

MIS-8000 8000 10\" 88 20 32 36 1200 224 50 4/5 81 91 544

Model Capacity SCFM1 Connections ANSI OH (in.) OD (in.) C (in.) Service Space (in.) Weight (lbs) OH (cm) OD (cm) C (cm) Service Space (cm) Weight (kg)
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Dimensions

Dimensions

 

 

Overview

Aircel provides a full line of mist eliminators to effectively remove oil, solids and water from your compressed air system. In addition, this technology can serve as an efficient prefilter and contaminant separator for refrigerated and desiccant compressed air dryers.  By reducing the liquid loading potential and preventing liquid slugs from reaching the dryer, it will extend the life of your refrigerated dryers heat exchanger or the life of desiccant in regenerative dryers.

The Aircel Mist Eliminator features an element with patent pending urethane threaded end. This unique design requires no internal loose parts and no internal housing center core. This provides easy, hassle-free element changeout and reduces the overall initial unit shipping weight, saving on freight costs. The element is designed with optimum pleat spacing and fin depth to provide unsurpassed low differential pressure, dirt holding capacity, and efficiency. Filtration efficiency and permeability are based on independent laboratory testing by Interbasic Resources, Inc.

Aircel-Mist-Eliminator-Filter-ElementElement Features
• High efficiency pleated construction.
• High efficiency needled polyester outer layer particulate removal.
• Two stage borosilicate glass coalescing media.
• Unique threaded element "design" (patent pending) requires no internal loose parts and no internal housing center core.
• The filter element will collect particles greater than 1 micron with 99.5% efficiency. Particles 0.5 micron in size will be filtered at an efficiency of 99.3%.

 

 

Features

Features

  • Low pressure differential ?P 0.5 - 1.0 psi @ rated capacity under typical conditions.
  • Long service life.
  • Pressure vessel ASME U Stamped standard National Board Registered.
  • CRN available upon request.
  • Low pressure drop, maximum filter area and dirt capacity.
  • Hinged flange and lift lug standard on closure flanges.
  • Service access without breaking connections.
  • Rugged enameled steel.
  • Connections sizes from 2 to 10-inch ANSI flange.
  • Installed differential pressure gauge.
  • White enamel interior coating.

Optional Features

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  • Zero air-loss drain valve.

Energy Savings

For every 8 psi pressure drop, compressor horsepower efficiency will be reduced by 4%. Therefore, the annual energy cost to run a typical 100 hp compressor with 85% efficiency compressor/motor can be figured as follows:

  • Conventional Filter: $0.07/kW-hr x 8760 hours x 103.3 kW x 4% = $2533.74
  • Mist Eliminator: $0.07/kW-hr x 8760 hours x 103.3 kW x 0.5% = $316.72 (1 psi pressure drop = 0.5% compressor HP reduced)
  • Thats a savings of $2217.02 per year
Recommended Installation

Recommended Installation

Locating a mist eliminator downstream from the compressor effectively lengthens the maintenance cycle on all
elements, significantly reducing costs of system maintenance.

Aircel-Mist-Eliminator-installation

 

Capacity Correction

Capacity Correction Factors

The published standard capacities for compressed air mist eliminators are based on 100 psig inlet pressure and 100°F inlet temperature. When these conditions vary, a given mist eliminator will be able to filter either more or less compressed air than its standard capacity.

There are two ways in which this information can be used. The first is to start with a specific mist eliminator size and recalculate its capacity based on the known operating conditions using the correction factors given below. The other, with a given set of operating conditions, is to select the proper mist eliminator size based on applying the correction factors to the flow rate. Examples based on applying the correction factors are shown below.

Capacity correction factors for differing system air pressure

System Pressure (psig) 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 250
Correction Factor - C1 0.30 0.48 0.65 0.83 1.00 1.17 1.36 1.52 1.70 1.87 2.05 2.22 2.31

 

Capacity correction factors for differing system air temperature

System Temperature (°F) -20 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200
Correction Factor - C2 1.52 1.41 1.31 1.22 1.14 1.07 1.00 0.94 0.88 0.83 0.79 0.75

 

To Size the Mist Eliminator Capacity for Actual Conditions

Adjusted Capacity = scfm x C1 x C2

To calculate the capacity of a given mist eliminator based on non-standard operating conditions, multiply the standard capacity by the appropriate correction factor.

EXAMPLE:
Mist Eliminator Model: MIS-1000
Standard Capacity: 1000 scfm
Actual Operating Conditions: 80 psig inlet pressure: C1 = 0.83
120°F inlet temperature: C2 = 0.94
Adjusted Capacity = 1000 scfm x 0.83 x 0.94 = 780 scfm

 

To Select the Mist Eliminator for Actual Conditions

Adjusted Capacity = scfm/C1/C2

To choose a mist eliminator based on a given flow at non-standard operating conditions, divide the given flow by the appropriate correction factors.

EXAMPLE:
Given Flow: 1000 scfm
Actual Operating Conditions: 80 psig inlet pressure: C1 = 0.83
120°F inlet temperature: C2 = 0.94
Adjusted Capacity = 1000 scfm / 0.83 / 0.94 = 1282 scfm
Adjusted Mist Eliminator Model Size: MIS-1500