Pall Corporation introduces SepraLYTE

Pall Corporation, a provider of filtration, separation and purification solutions, introduces SepraLYTE liquid/gas coalescers, a solution designed to meet the increasing demand for efficient separation of electrolyte aerosols from gas in green hydrogen production processes.

Leveraging advanced separation technology,  SepraLYTE coalescers excel in the separation of water or electrolyte aerosols (30% potassium hydroxide solution) from hydrogen, ensuring the purity of hydrogen produced from electrolysis processes. They are highly suitable for a wide range of separation applications where minimal pressure drop is crucial for downstream processes.

Green hydrogen is one of the cleanest ways to produce hydrogen and Pall provides solutions that enable production.

"Our new SepraLYTE coalescers represent Pall's commitment to serving our customers in energy transition markets. Pall continues to innovate to address new and challenging customer needs in fast growing markets like green hydrogen," said Greg Sears, Vice President and General Manager of Pall's Fluid Technologies and Asset Protection business unit.

"Pall's coalescers enable our customers to optimise their plant design, maximise the lifetime of their critical equipment and improve overall efficiency, reliability and output," said Sears.

These coalescers feature Pall's proprietary melt blown media technology, which achieves liquid mist separation with low differential pressure. The compact design incorporates coalescer media that ensures compatibility with various chemical applications. Other key advantages of SepraLYTE liquid/gas coalescers is the ease of maintenance, compact size and waste reduction.

Utilising SepraLYTE liquid/gas coalescers, customers gain significant advantages over conventional separation products. These advantages include reliable, consistent and verifiable separation performance, high gas flow and liquid removal in a compact cartridge, which allow for smaller systems with low capital, operating, and maintenance costs.