Cyclone Dust Separator
The polluted particles and fluids go into a rotational movement when they enter the cyclone dust separator. The main parts of the cyclone dust separator include separator inlet, separator body, and collecting tank. Through rotation and gravity, it’s possible to separate polluted particles from the fluid and store them in the collecting tank which is a part of the cyclonic dust separation system.
The main body of the separator has a conical or cylindrical shape called a cyclone. The polluted fluid enters the separator through the inlet at the top and then moves while it rotates in the body. The cylindrical shape, with the help of gravity, forces the polluted particles to move towards the bottom of the body. Once the polluted particles accumulate in the tank, removal will take place. The clean air is separated from contaminated particles as it moves further in the system.
Cyclonic dust separator can be an economical and efficient approach for dust collection problems and can be used alone without any filters inside. This method can be an excellent solution to prolong the operational lifetime of the pipeline. Dust separation eliminates or significantly reduce the time required for removal of any sediments or sludge, especially those accumulated with time before using the method.