Bursting Discs, Burst Indication, Static Mixers, Heat Exchanger.

Degree of separation – also known as separation rate, is a term from process engineering describing the efficiency of a separating process. The degree of separation is defined as the ratio of the volume separated in a separator to the volume of material to be separated entering the separator, or the respective concentrations set out in the relative weight [kg/kg]. If degrees of separation are specified they always refer to the diameter of the minimum droplet size. STRIKO demisters usually achieve separation degrees of over 99%, where the degree of separation depends on the application, the material, on speed and packing density as well as on the wire diameter.