Uses include general dust collection as a primary or pre-collector, and as a product receiver for pneumatic conveying. Air and product enters the cyclone through the inlet pipe running tangentially to the cyclone body.
As the air and product spiral down the body the product releases from the air stream and falls through the outlet, while the air vents up through the thimble and the top outlet.
Efficiencies are affected by a variety of factors such as size of cyclone for a given:
particle size, shape, density
air to product ratio
The quality of manufacture including the smoothness of the internal cone welds, the smooth radiused inlet transition when entering the cyclone reduce turbulence and increases efficiencies.
Efficiencies can be calculated when all the parameters are known. Larger cyclone receivers can be made to order from a range of materials.
The outlet of the cyclone can be provided with a vortex box, rotary valve, double dump valve etc to suit any given application.
Standard Features of Cyclone Receivers:
Welded body and cone section
Inlet and outlet tube connections
Standard outlet flange
Materials of Construction - Cyclone Receivers:
304 Stainless steel
316 Stainless steel
Other Options for Cyclone Receivers:
Access hatch in cone
Feet on cone
Wall or floor mounted
Vortex chamber on outlet
Abrasive resistance inlet
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