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Cyclone dust collector

cyclone dust collector
cyclone dust collector
cyclone dust collector
cyclone dust collector
cyclone dust collector
cyclone dust collector
cyclone dust collector
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Min.: 3,500 m³/h
(123,601.3335 ft³/h)

Max.: 60,000 m³/h
(2,118,880.0033 ft³/h)


APPLICATION AREA Cyclo-filters are devices, which are applied mainly in the heat industry to de-dust grate boilers. We apply them in order to warrant dust emission not exceeding 100 mg/Nm3 for 6% O2. By today we have erected many installations with cyclo-filters, which successfully operate in many industrial objects. Standard series of types of CYCLOFILTER of ICF type comprises sizes from ICF1x630 to ICF8x800, efficiency range from 3 500 to 60 000 m3/h. Such an offer of devices and possibility to put them into series enables application of cyclo-filters to de-dust boilers of small capacity (1MW) and larger units as well (50 MW). METHOD OF OPERATION ICF type cyclo-filter is a hybrid solution which connects de-dusting functions of serial cyclones and a bag filter. We used the best features of both of the dust extractors - that is unproblematic operation of mechanical devices and high efficiency of bag filters. Method of operation of the cyclo-filter consists in entering dusted fumes into the device, and after preliminary de-dusting in a serial cyclone, streams of fumes are separated. First of them leaves similarly to fumes leaving a traditional cyclone and the second one goes through a bag filter. After leaving the device, both of the streams are re-connected and directed into the chimney by a fan. We recommend application of MOS multi-cyclone as the first stage dust extracting unit, before the ICF cyclo-filter.
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