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What Is A Cyclone Dust Collector?
Most commonly found in grain and woodworking facilities where fibrous dust is handled, cyclones frequently serve as low-maintenance standalone dust collectors needing no compressed air for cleaning. Cyclone dust collectors often serve as pre-filter systems which decrease the dust packing to downstream baghouse and cartridge dust collectors. A cyclone pre-cleaner can conserve wear and tear on the filters and cleaning up systems, therefore reducing the associated upkeep and servicing expenses of the dust collectors.
Cyclone dust collectors operate via centrifugal force. The subsequent vortex within the dust collection chamber separates dust particles from the air stream by throwing them towards the external real estate walls.
In the past, we’ve done contract work with Sigrist Design who are experts in dust collectors and are even manufacturers of heavy-duty dust collectors. We’ve worked with them on a few industrial projects and their attention to detail and service is incredible.
There are a variety of factors to consider acquiring a cyclone dust collector to satisfy dust collection requirements in a centre. Here are 5 aspects that need to be considered in advance.
Dust Control Needs
The size of the cyclone dust collector system required is proportional to the volume of airflow required to catch and communicate particulates to it. A dust control assessment of the facility can assist figure out the size and kind of system needed. How large are the particle impurities to be collected? Is ventilation air to be exhausted or gone back to the manufacturing area? Is dust generated just during a particular procedure or is it created constantly? Such an examination will help figure out the cyclone dust collection system that fulfils your requirements.
When an evaluation of the plant’s dust control needs is finished, the business will be in a position to identify what type and size cyclone system to purchase. A cyclone dust collector can be less pricey upfront than a baghouse or cartridge dust collector, however, will it satisfy the long-lasting particle matter (PM) collection effectiveness requires for the centre?
In any centre, dust and particulate collection effectiveness relate to the size of the airborne particles and their circulation within the air or gas stream. In other cases, when the pollutants include particles smaller than 10 microns in size, a cyclone may serve as a “pre-cleaner” for baghouses and cartridge collectors by decreasing the dust load and pre-filtering coarser material.
An essential factor to consider is where the cyclone dust collector will be installed. A standalone cyclone system is a relatively compact, highly efficient, and economical air-material separator. If a downstream dust collector is also needed in the system, this requires more floor area and often, more headroom. A cyclone and baghouse or cartridge dust collector system result in 2 different discharge points for the collected dust, which can complicate the total system.
As soon as air-borne, the dust and particulates can provide numerous health risks to those exposed to them. If a cyclone dust collector cost-effectively satisfies the spending plan needs, it can significantly enhance working conditions for personnel.
For more information about cyclone dust collectors or any of our commercial dust control solutions please call us today!
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Since establishing our family business in 2004, we’ve always offered fixed price contracts; no hidden costs and no surprises. Your final building contract includes site costs and inclusions for fittings and fixtures following your personal Colour Consultation.