How Coalescing Filtration Works

Borosilicate glass microfibers are considered to be the ideal filter media available for the coalescing of liquid aerosols. This material is neither liquid adsorbent nor absorbent and consequently, is superior for retaining its original properties while in service. The C-Type element has a two-layer structure, an inner particle capture-layer and an outer drainage layer. Liquid […] Read more »

Why Specify Headline Coalescing Elements?

Borosilicate glass microfibers are considered to be the ideal filter media available for the coalescing of liquid aerosols. This material is neither liquid absorbent nor adsorbent and consequently, is superior for retaining its original properties while in service. This is extremely desired in analytical service so that the composition of the sample is not altered. […] Read more »