The dust-laden air stream enters the separator tangentially at the top, creating a rotating airflow (vortex). By centrifugal force, the dust particles are moved along the outside wall where they are separated and, in a spiral motion, deposited to final collection point. In the lower part of the housing, the air stream is forced to reverse and flows upwards through the vortex.
The cyclone separators are particularly suitable for the separation of dust with low content of fibers and granules.
Cyclones with return air plenum combine high separation rates with low pressure loss through the use of a pressure regain piece in the head piece. These types of cyclones are used for larger air volumes, and combined with a spiral inlet, can manage very high material loads with the best separation rates.
The cyclone separators operate within an air volume up to to 70,000 CFM. Their robust design and protective interior lining ensure a long service life and the highest degree of reliability, safety and dependability.
Application in various industrial sectors
- Paper & cellulose
- High separation efficiency
- Easy separation of fine and finest particles
- Continuous operation
- Robust design
- Can be operated with positive or negative pressure
- Reduction of pressure loss through a pressure regain piece in the top portion
- Exact adaptation to any air volume due to an extensive variety of available sizes