TIDEVANE Mist eliminators

TIDEVANETM  type mist eliminator types are widely used in industry to separate liquid droplets from gas streams.
In all the applications where a contact between liquid and flowing gas is involved, tiny mist droplets are carried away with the gas.

TIDEVANETM type mist eliminators of AWS are specifically made to remove mainly liquid droplets together with solid particles from an air or gas stream.
Unlike filters, which hold particles indefinitely, TIDEVANETM mist eliminators of AWS separate fine droplets and drain the liquid away from the gas stream.

TIDEVANETM  mist eliminators of AWS are made of zig-zag baffles that cause the mist laden gas to change direction quickly as it flows through the oriented baffles or blades.
The liquid droplets, due to their momentum, impact on the baffles and are separated from the gas flow as they are unable to follow the gas streamlines.

TIDEVANETM are inertial separators because liquid droplets are removed due to their inertial momentum.

TIDEVANETM mist eliminators collect essentially 100% of all particles greater than 8 to 40 microns in diameter, depending on design parameters and operating conditions.

Materials of construction:

  • Standard stain steel
  • Alloys
  • Titanium
  • Polypropylene
  • FRP
  • PVDF
  • Many other materials available on request



In order for an FGD System to operate continuously and stay within guaranteed levels of particulate emissions, a mist elimination system must be installed at the outlet of an absorber. This is necessary because, as flue gas passes through the spray zone, it carries out of the absorber the ne droplets produced by the recycle sprays.
Materials : PP


AWS TIDEVANETM intake moisture separator systems are designed to handle visible moisture entrainment and heavy sprays from air streams entering into turbines, ships’ engine rooms, ventilation air intakes and similar marine and off- shore applications.

  • 316L SS
  • Aluminium

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