A Cyclone Collector is a compact device capable of processing large volumes of effluent; however, pressure energy is expended in its operation. It removes particles from the effluent stream less effectively than bag filters or electrostatic precipitation.
A device that removes solids from an effluent stream (solid/liquid or solid/gas) using gravitational settling. The input stream enters a vertical tapered cylinder tangentially and spiral fins or grooves cause the stream to swirl. The centrifugal force created by this swirling action causes particles to settle out of the input stream. These solids are concentrated at the walls and move to the bottom of the tapered cone. The solid-free fluid or gas is removed along the centerline of the collector via a vortex finder. A cyclone collector is a compact device capable of processing large volumes of effluent; however, pressure energy is expended in its operation. It removes particles from the effluent stream less effectively than bag filters or electrostatic.
In terms of filtration abilities, cyclone separators are known to remove the following particulate matter from flue gases:
Other production plant exhaust
Cyclone separators work as a buffer against damage to enhanced filtration systems that can be adversely impacted by large and abrasive particulate matter. This, in turn, can negate the pollution control process applicable to flue gases emanating from production plants.
Cyclonic separator types vary in size based on the scale of industrial operations, from between five feet or less and 30 feet or more. In an industrial setting, the size of a cyclone separator depends largely on the amount of exhaust gas that needs to be filtered . As such, cyclone separators can stand a few feet above the ground or as high as a three-story building.
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