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The importance of using an oil mist separator to remove oil mist

 2021-06-21 | View:103

In the past ten years, repeated outbreaks of respiratory problems in manufacturing plants have raised concerns about exposure to oil mist and oil fume, and more attention has been paid to oil mist removal in manufacturing, automotive, food, and welding workshops. A large number of respiratory disease cases reported in automobiles, machinery processing and even some food processing plants have prompted researchers to carefully study the potential dangers of exposure to various oil mists. The behavior of oil mist depends in part on its semi-volatile nature, but it can be controlled by enclosing the process and venting the housing with oil mist filters, oil mist separators, and air filtration equipment that can capture and retain oil mist droplets.

In the past ten years, repeated outbreaks of respiratory problems in manufacturing plants have raised concerns about exposure to oil mist and oil fume, and more attention has been paid to oil mist removal in manufacturing, automotive, food, and welding workshops. A large number of respiratory disease cases reported in automobiles, machinery processing and even some food processing plants have prompted researchers to carefully study the potential dangers of exposure to various oil mists. The behavior of oil mist depends in part on its semi-volatile nature, but it can be controlled by enclosing the process and venting the housing with oil mist filters, oil mist separators, and air filtration equipment that can capture and retain oil mist droplets.

Oil mist separator

It is difficult to control mineral oil mist and oil mist removal because its composition is semi-volatile. Therefore, they will partition back and forth between the vapor phase and the droplet phase, depending on the composition of the liquid and environmental parameters (such as temperature). The concentration of hydrocarbon vapor stripped from the filter used to collect mineral oil mist may be in the mg/m3 range, several orders of magnitude higher than the outlet droplet concentration. When the air stream from the oil mist separator and collector cools, the steam will condense on the cooled surface to coat the oil, or even condense in the air to form additional oil mist. This problem is also related to the fog measurement method, because the sampling method using the filter is affected by the evaporation of the sample.

Therefore, to choose the right oil mist filtration system to ensure the safety of employees, we use new technology to design and manufacture oil mist separators and air filtration equipment. These equipment will solve all the problems faced by enterprises, including space, airflow, cost, efficiency and your Challenges specific to your industry. Another very important consideration is the size and type of oil mist filter that is more suitable for the system you choose.