Don’t let liquids block your sample from advancing through your chromatograph—keep your sample analysis going with a Welker LE Liquid Eliminator. Installed as a standalone unit or as part of a conditioning system upstream of your analyzer, the LE removes free liquids from gas samples to help prevent costly damage and operational shutdowns. Depending on the composition of the gas and sampling conditions, a liquid eliminator from the LE series is a good first step in sample conditioning and analyzer defense.
As the sample stream flows into the LE’s body, gas rises to the outlet while liquids and particulates collect in the separation chamber. Blocked by a screen and hydrophobic copolymer filter element, these contaminants drain from the bypass port.
The liquid separation chamber creates a circular downward path for the rejected liquids to follow. A pressure drop across the inlet and bypass ports allows the liquids and particulates to drain from the separator body, preventing them from reaching your analyzer.
When ordered as a standalone component, the LE comes with a bracket for mounting. Secured to a panel, all ports are readily accessible for easy installation and maintenance.
Where space is a concern, the LE-3 is the perfect fit. Though smaller in size, it provides the same level of filtration and protection as the LE-2.
The LE-5, the newest model in the LE series, features a screw-on cap. Hand tight, the threaded cap doesn’t require any tools for removal, making cartridge maintenance even easier.
|Materials of Construction||304 Stainless Steel, 316/316L Stainless Steel, Copolymer Filter Element, Delrin®, Viton®||304 Stainless Steel, 316/316L Stainless Steel, Copolymer Filter Element, Teflon®, Viton®|
|Connection||1/4" FNPT||1/8" FNPT|
Threaded Housing Cap
|Operating Pressure||1440 psig @ -20 °F to 120 °F||2160 psig @ -20 °F to 120 °F|
3600 psig @ -20 °F to 120 °F
|1440 psig @ -20 °F to 120 °F||2160 psig @ -20 °F to 300 °F|
|Industry Standards||GPA 2166|