Penn Inline Separators create a centrifugal spinning action
that separates out liquid entrainment droplets in steam, air,
or other gases. Each are Inline type designed to fit in existing
The most efficient type is our "T" type
design. The downward tangential inlet directs the flow to
the outside walls of the vessel creating a low pressure votex
area that the clean flow follows to the centrally located
outlet. Our PuC cone provides additional centrifugal force
necessary to wring out the smaller droplets. The cone also
provides a space where entrainment droplets fall harmlessly
from the stream minimizing reentrainment. The open flow design
keeps pressure loss low.
Our other Inline Design is a "straight thru"
that uses a helical baffle to create the centrifugal separation.
The body of the separator follows the line requiring less
space for installation. These separators are available in
horizontal, upflow, or downflow models. All Penn Inline Entrainment
Separators are designed and stamped ASME code in threaded,
150# flanged or 300# flanged. Special pressures are also available.