EATON Internal Gas Liquid Separators are designed to be installed inside of receivers, steam drums, and other vessels where they will remove 99% of particles and liquid droplets of 10 microns or larger from air, gas, or steam.

These are centrifugal separators that cause the gas stream to enter a controlled centrifugal flow. This action forces the entrained liquids and solids to the outer wall of the internal separator where they fall to a bottom drain. The exit stream is drawn from the clean and dry center of the separator, which assures a clean, dry gas stream at the outlet.

The Type 60-I has an upflow configuration, while the 70-I has a downflow configuration. Both are fabricated from carbon steel and have 304/304L stainless steel blades.


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EATON Internal Gas Liquid Separators – 60 I EATON Internal Gas Liquid Separators – 70 I

EATON Internal Gas Liquid Separators Features

  • Compact design
  • No moving parts to wear out, no required maintenance
  • When properly sized, installed, and drained, will remove up to 99% of all liquid and solid entrainment where particle size exceeds 10 microns
  • Type 60-I has an up flow configuration
  • Type 70-I has a down flow configuration

Use 65% of the equivalent air or steam flow when sizing internal separators.

Installation Considerations
To operate effectively, the internal separator must be located a minimum of 12” above the surface of the liquid, plus the pressure drop across the element in inches of water.

Maintenance and Spare Parts
EATON Internal Gas Liquid Separators have no moving parts. All components are either bolted or welded into place. Therefore parts lists are not available. The separators are bolted, threaded, or welded into the lines. They are self-cleaning, and do not need lubrication or maintenance. For this reason, lubricating, operating and maintenance manuals are not available.


EATON Internal Separators Fabricated

EATON Internal Separators Fabricated


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