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|Name:||Single Bag Filter Pulse Bag Filter Dust Collector Equipment Cement Silo Top Dust Collector||Resistance Loss:||10Pa|
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Boiler bag filter has been widely used in various industrial sectors for a long time. It is used to capture non-cohesive and non-fibrous industrial dust and volatiles, and dust particles can reach 0.1 micron. But when it is used to treat gases containing water vapor, condensation problems should be avoided. pot
Furnace bag dust collector has a high purification efficiency, that is, the efficiency of collecting fine dust can reach more than 99%, and its efficiency ratio is high.
Boiler bag filter is a kind of unit combined dust removal equipment with large air handling capacity, good dust removal effect and reliable operation.
Working Principle of Boiler Bag Dust Collector:
Boiler bag filter is a kind of dust-laden gas which enters each unit ash hopper from the guide pipe. Under the guidance of the ash hopper diversion system, large particles of dust are separated and directly dropped into the ash hopper. The rest of the dust enters the filter area of the middle box with the air flow. The filtered clean gas is discharged through the filter bag through the upper box, the lifting valve and the exhaust pipe. With the process of filtration, when the dust concentration on the surface of the filter bag reaches a certain amount, the lifting valve is closed by the dust cleaning control device according to the set procedure, the electromagnetic pulse valve is opened for injection, the dust on the filter bag is shaken off, and the dust falls into the ash hopper is discharged by the dust unloading valve.
Installation Points of Boiler Bag Dust Collector:
(1) Gravity sedimentation: When dust-containing gas enters the bag filter, the dust with large particles and large proportion will settle under the action of gravity, which is exactly the same as that of the sedimentation chamber.
(2) Screening - When the particle diameter of dust is larger than the gap between the fibers of the filter material or the gap between the dust on the filter material, the dust is blocked when the airflow passes, which is called screening. When the dust accumulated on the filter material increases, this effect becomes more significant.
(3) Inertial force action - When air flow through the filter material, it can pass around the fiber, while under the action of larger dust particle Zai inertial force, it still moves in the original direction, and then it collides with the filter material and is captured.
(5) Thermal movement - light and small dust (less than 1 micron), moving with the air flow, very close to the airflow line, can bypass the fibers. But when they are collided with gaseous molecules in thermal motion (i.e. Brownian motion), they change their original direction of motion, which increases the contact opportunity between dust and fibers and enables dust to be captured. The smaller the diameter of the filter material, the smaller the void fraction and the higher the capture rate, so it is more conducive to dust removal.