Entrainment separators are also called mist eliminators, which are used to remove the liquid droplets. Although the major function of an entrainment separator is to prevent liquid carryover, it also performs additional scrubbing and recovers the scrubbing liquor, which saves on operating costs. It is therefore usually an integral part of any wet scrubbing system. Entrained liquid droplets vary in size depending on how the droplets are formed. Drops that are torn from the body of a liquid are large (10-100 micrometer in diameter), whereas drops that are formed by a chemical reaction or by condensation are of the order of 5 micrometer or less in diameter. Numerous types of entrainment separators are used to remove these droplets that include cyclonic separator, wire mesh pad separator, chevron blade separator and impingement blade separator.