As experts in Air Pollution Control and particle separation technologies, our industrial cyclone separators effectively remove particulate matter via centrifugal force from air/gas streams, ensuring cleaner, safer industrial operations. As soon as the gas enters the separator, the cyclone design moves the particle towards outer wall, letting the clear gas exit with toxic particle collection at the bottom. In extensive cases, multi-cyclone configurations can also be utilised. With a blend of innovative design, engineering excellence backed by decades of expertise, and robust construction, our solutions deliver high-performance results tailored to your unique operational needs. Discover how our gas cyclone separator or cyclone dust separators can revolutionize your particle separation process and contribute to a cleaner environment.
Cyclone dust separators come in various designs to meet the needs of different applications. Here are some of the most common types:
These are the most common types of cyclones. They use a combination of rotational effects and gravity to separate dust and particles from the air stream. As the air spirals inside the cyclone, heavier particles are flung to the walls and fall to the bottom.
HECs are designed to remove smaller particles from air streams compared to gravity cyclones. They're often taller and have a smaller diameter, which creates a longer path and more time to separate particles.
As the name suggests, it consist of a group of cyclone separators arranged in series or parallel. They're typically used in applications where high amounts of particulates need to be removed, or where several types of particles need to be separated.
Remember, the choice of cyclone type depends on the specific requirements of the application, including the size and type of particles to be removed, the volume of the air stream, and any specific environmental or operational conditions.
Cyclone separators come with a wide array of benefits that make them an ideal choice for various industries. Here are some key features: