Air volume: 1500-105000m³/h
Application: suitable for dust collection with particle size of 5-10μm or more.
An industrial cyclone dust collector or cyclone dust filter, industrial cyclone separator, dust collector cyclone separator, is one of the most important dust collection devices just like baghouse dust collector, ESP electrostatic precipitator in the cement production line. It is mainly used in the raw material crushing and clinker production systems of cement plant to collect and remove the dust generated during the crushing and clinkerization operations.
Specifically, the applications of industrial cyclone dust collectors in a cement plant include:
- Coal Mill System: The coal mill is an important part of the cement production process for fuel preparation. In the coal mill system, cyclone dust collectors are primarily used to collect coal dust to ensure a clean production environment.
- Clinker Preparation System: During the clinker preparation process, cyclone dust collectors are used to remove dust generated from crushing equipment, internal combustion engines, material handling, and other operations.
- Kiln System: In the cement kiln system, cyclone dust collectors are used to collect and remove exhaust gases and particulate matter generated during the process.
- Cooling System: During the clinker cooling process, installing cyclone dust collectors helps prevent environmental pollution caused by clinker dust being carried away due to high airflow velocity.
Why choose AGICO CEMENT?
AGICO can determine the air volume, air velocity, fan power, installation position, and installation space of the dust collector based on the working conditions, dust particles, and dust concentration. We will design, select, and provide structural drawings and technical parameters according to the above parameters, and arrange for production after your company’s approval.
Our company has various departments, including the Drawing Department, Technical Department, Research and Development Department, Production Department, Quality Inspection Department, Assembly Department, Installation Department, Procurement Department, Sales Department, and After-sales Service Department.
The manufacturing process of the dust removal equipment includes:
- cutting materials according to the drawings,
- inspecting the dimensions of the cut materials,
- welding in the workshop,
- assembling the welded parts,
- comprehensive inspection,
- conducting a trial run after completion,
- painting, finalizing new products,
- delivery, on-site installation,
- customer acceptance, and project completion.
Advantages of industrial cyclone dust collector
- The industrial cyclone dust collector is suitable for purifying dust with high density and particle size larger than 5μm but not suitable for cleaning highly adhesive dust.
- It has no moving parts, making it easy to manage and maintain.
- Compared to other dust removal equipment handling the same airflow, the industrial cyclone dust collector has a smaller size, simple structure, and lower cost.
- When dealing with large airflow rates, multiple cyclone dust collectors can be used in parallel, and the efficiency and resistance are not affected.
- It can withstand high temperatures of up to 400°C. By using special high-temperature-resistant materials, it can withstand even higher temperatures.
- With the addition of wear-resistant lining inside the dust collector, it can be used to purify exhaust gases containing highly abrasive dust.
Specifications of industrial cyclone dust collector
Our industrial cyclone dust collector is a dust removal device that utilizes the centrifugal force generated by rotating airflow to separate dust particles from the incoming dusty airstream. It has a simple structure, small size, requires no auxiliary equipment, and is cost-effective. It operates with a medium resistance, has no moving parts inside the device, and is easy to operate and maintain.
The industrial cyclone dust collector is a type of dust collector with a conical body and a slanted bottom. The dust concentration at the inlet should be less than 50g/m3, the inlet velocity should not be less than 18m/s, and the dust particles in the dust should not exceed 1mm for the dust collector to work effectively.
Industrial cyclone dust collectors are suitable for various industries such as mechanical processing, petrochemicals, metallurgy, power generation, and building materials. When appropriately equipped internally, they can be used in applications involving large wear or corrosive environments, but they are not suitable for handling sticky dust. They are primarily used in general industrial ventilation and dust removal systems, as well as for the recovery of heavy materials from industrial exhaust gases.
Working principle of industrial cyclone dust collector
The working principle of a industrial cyclone dust collector involves the following process: The dusty gas enters through the inlet and starts spiraling between the inner and outer cylinders. As the gas enters the inner cylinder, the circular motion generates centrifugal force, causing dust particles to separate from the airflow and collect on the walls of the device. The purified gas is then discharged upward from the inner cylinder, while the captured dust particles fall into the hopper due to gravity.
The diameter of the cylindrical body is a fundamental dimension of the cyclone dust collector. The tangential velocity of the rotating airflow is inversely proportional to the centrifugal force generated on the dust particles and the diameter of the cylindrical body (D). With the same tangential velocity, a smaller diameter (D) results in a smaller rotating radius of the airflow, leading to a stronger centrifugal force and easier capture of dust particles. Therefore, an appropriate smaller cylinder diameter should be chosen. However, if the diameter is too small, the distance between the device’s wall and the exhaust pipe becomes too close, allowing particles to escape easily. It may also lead to blockage, especially with sticky materials.
When dealing with large airflow rates, the limited capacity of a single cyclone due to its smaller diameter can be resolved by using several cyclone dust collectors in parallel operation. The parallel operation handles the combined airflow of all the dust collectors, and the resistance is only the sum of the resistance for each individual dust collector. However, parallel usage can be more complicated to manufacture and requires more materials. It’s important to note that too many units used in parallel can lead to increased resistance if gas flow is blocked at the inlet, so the number of units used in parallel should not be excessive.