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1. WO1992015386 - SEPARATING APPARATUS

Publication Number WO/1992/015386
Publication Date 17.09.1992
International Application No. PCT/GB1992/000409
International Filing Date 09.03.1992
Chapter 2 Demand Filed 25.09.1992
IPC
B01D 19/00 2006.01
BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
01PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL PROCESSES OR APPARATUS IN GENERAL
DSEPARATION
19Degasification of liquids
CPC
B01D 19/0057
BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
01PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL PROCESSES OR APPARATUS IN GENERAL
DSEPARATION
19Degasification of liquids
0042modifying the liquid flow
0052in rotating vessels, vessels containing movable parts or in which centrifugal movement is caused
0057the centrifugal movement being caused by a vortex, e.g. using a cyclone, or by a tangential inlet
Applicants
  • MERPRO MONTASSA LIMITED [GB]/[GB] (AllExceptUS)
  • WEBB, David, Andrew [AU]/[AU] (UsOnly)
Inventors
  • WEBB, David, Andrew
Agents
  • GILL JENNINGS & EVERY
Priority Data
9104803.307.03.1991GB
Publication Language English (EN)
Filing Language English (EN)
Designated States
Title
(EN) SEPARATING APPARATUS
(FR) APPAREIL DE SEPARATION
Abstract
(EN)
An apparatus for separating a mixture of gaseous and liquid phases comprising a tubular screen (3) containing a helical vane (4) which defines, with the screen, a helical passage. The passage has an inlet (1) for the mixture under pressure at one end of the screen (3) and an outlet (8) for the gaseous phase at the other end of the screen. In use, the mixture is caused to follow the helical passage and the liquid phase migrates centrifugally towards, and passes out of the passage through the screen (3).
(FR)
Appareil destiné à séparer un mélange de phases gazeuses et liquides qui comprend un tamis tubulaire (3) contenant une aube hélicoïdale (4) qui définit, avec le tamis, un passage hélicoïdal. Ledit passage comporte un orifice d'entrée (1) pour le mélange sous pression à une extrémité du tamis (3) et un orifice de sortie pour la phase gazeuse à l'autre extrémité du tamis. A l'utilisation, on pousse le mélange à suivre le passage hélicoïdal et la phase liquide se déplace de manière centrifuge vers le tamis (3) qu'elle traverse, s'échappant ainsi du passage.
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