Vacuum degasser is a high-efficiency in-line module that removes dissolved gases from HPlC Solvents. Its unique design assures reliable continuous operation and the highest level of continuous performance available without the need for helium degassing. Up to five solvent lines maybe degassed simultaneously by one unit. This type of equipment is part of the final polishing stage of a water treatment process to produce ultra high purity water.

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How to works of vacuum degasser

Vacuum degasser work by creating lower pressure inside a vessel so air or other gaseous impurities can be removed from a substance, such as water or even molten steel. The air is siphoned from the vessel after pressure is lowered enough to force the gas from the substance. A high-vacuum process environment is maintained for a variety of product testing and laboratory application.

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Features of vacuum degasser

1.Negative pressure degasser can efficiently separate gas and liquid, filter out impurities and ensure smooth exhaust;
2.During the working process of water ring vacuum pump, it always stays in isothermal condition, which is suitable for the suction of flammable and explosive gas and the performance is safe and reliable;
3.Drilling mud hit the wall through the window of a rotor at a high speed, bubbles in the mud broken thoroughly, the degassing efficiency is high and more than 95%.
4.The application of gas water separator will not make the water and gas discharged simultaneously and the discharge pipe is always clear.

Vacuum degasser are positioned downstream from mud/gas separators, gumbo removal equipments (if utilized), shale shakers and mud conditioners (if utilized), while hydrocyclone desander and Decanting centrifuges follow in the arrangement.

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