A cyclone collector, also known as a cyclone separator, is a device used to remove particulate matter (such as dust, ash, and soot) from a gas or air stream. It works by creating a vortex or cyclone within a cylindrical or conical chamber, which causes the particles to be separated from the gas or air stream and collected at the bottom of the chamber.
The cyclone collector works by introducing the gas or air stream tangentially into the cylindrical or conical chamber, creating a high-speed vortex. As the gas or air stream spirals downward, the centrifugal force causes the heavier particles to be thrown outward and downward towards the walls of the chamber, while the lighter gas or air stream spirals upward towards the center of the chamber and exits through an outlet at the top.
The collected particles are then removed from the bottom of the chamber through a discharge valve or outlet. Cyclone collectors are often used as pre-filters before other air pollution control devices, such as baghouses or electrostatic precipitators, to reduce the load on these devices and improve their efficiency.
Cyclone collectors are commonly used in industries such as cement, mining, and woodworking, where large amounts of dust and particulate matter are generated. They are also used in household vacuum cleaners and other small-scale applications.
XFG cyclone collector: Dust collection device suitable for powder collection. Model: φ250-1200φ.