Device for separating liquid components from a gas flow with...

Gas separation: processes – Deflecting – Centrifugal force

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C055S424000, C055S459100, C055S466000

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07410527

ABSTRACT:
A separator for separating liquid components, in particular oil components, from a gas flow is disclosed including a cyclone and a tank. The liquid separator has a cyclone1with a separating chamber2including gas supply3and gas discharge4and a tank5which is connected to the cyclone1via a connection opening6. The interior of the tank5is filled at least partially with a porous open-pore material7in order to interrupt the flow, dampen the flow, dampen the oscillations and/or discharge the liquid.

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Derwent English Abstract for DE 40 37 983 (1 page), Jun. 4, 1992.
Derwent English Abstract for DE 198 38 247 (1 page), Feb. 24, 2000.

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