Blade Drift Eliminator Modules use a series of sinusoidal-shaped PVC (or HPVC) blades to achieve excellent drift droplet removal by forcing the leaving air to make 3 distinct changes of direction. The more open 1.200″ (35 mm) blade spacing allows for high performance at low pressure drop and affordable cost.

The blades are held together with one-piece end caps, forming an assembled module that is lightweight but strong enough to span up to 6 ft. (1.8 m) between supports, saving material & labor costs and reducing air blockage.

Credit: Brentwood Industries

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