The degas separator, part of the Mazzei GDT™ system, is a patented centrifugal vortex unit that separates entrained and stripped gases—such as ozone, chlorine, or methane—from water based on the density difference between the gas and liquid. Its unique, compact design quickly and effectively separates entrained gases and requires far less space than traditional gas separators. It enables gas separation with pressure differentials of 5% or lower and at variable flows. The self-cleaning design significantly reduces maintenance and downtime, and it includes no moving parts that can wear out, break down, or require service.
In Mazzei degas separators the water-entrained gas mixture enters the top of the separator tangentially, which causes it to spin. The water spins and flows down through the separator to the bottom where it is discharged. The entrained gases collect at the vortex where they pass through a collector and flow out the top of the separator. The separated gases exit the separator through a degas relief valve.
Take a look at the GDT animation and see what part the degas separator plays in the process.
AVAILABLE MATERIALS FOR DEGAS SEPARATORS:
- Type 316L stainless steel
- Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride/fiber reinforced polymer (CPVC/FRP)
- Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF)
Mazzei has experience with fabrication for special uses in alternate materials, ASME and CRN Codes and operating pressure ratings. Please contact Mazzei to discuss your needs.
AVAILABLE OPTIONS TO MODIFY DEGAS SEPARATORS:
- Connection types (i.e. flange or sanitary flange)
- Clean for oxygen service
- ASME stamp
- Removable or permanent supports