Cement Dust Collector
According to different production needs and scales, the models are different, and the common ones are the DLMC series, XLP series, PFC series, etc.
cement silo dust collector Features
A cement silo dust collector is a dust purification equipment used in industrial production.
It is mainly used to filter and collect dust and pollutants generated in the production process to improve the cleanliness of the production environment and the health and safety of employees. Its main functions and features are as follows:
Dust Collector adopts multi-stage filtration and automatic dust removal technology, which can effectively reduce dust and pollutant emissions in industrial production, and ensure the cleanliness of the production environment and the health of employees.
Cement silo dust collector can fix dust and pollutants on the surface of filter bags or filter cartridges, and the purified gas is discharged through fans, which can not only reduce energy consumption, but also reduce pollutant emissions, and achieve the purpose of energy saving and environmental protection.
The filter bags and filter cartridges of cement silo dust collector are made of high-quality filter materials, which have the characteristics of high-efficiency filtration and can filter out fine dust with a diameter of less than 1 micron to ensure a clean production environment.
Cement silo dust collector has complete safety protection devices, such as overload protection, leakage protection, overheat protection, etc., which can guarantee the safe operation of equipment and the personal safety of employees.
Cement silo dust collector has a variety of models to choose from. Different types of equipment can be selected according to different production needs and scales, which can meet the needs of different industrial fields.
Cement silo dust collector has the characteristics of easy cleaning, easy disassembly, assembly, etc., which can facilitate the maintenance and maintenance of equipment and reduce production downtime.
How Cement dust collectors work
Cement dust collectors, also known as cement dust extractors or cement dust filters, are devices that are used to capture and remove airborne dust particles generated during cement manufacturing and other related industrial processes.
The main function of cement dust collection is to filter the dust-laden air and collect the dust particles, which are then disposed of or recycled.
The basic working principle of cement dust collection involves the following steps:
cement dust collection systems
A cement dust collector, also known as a cement dust extractor or cement dust filter, is a complex machine consisting of several components.
The main components of a cement dust collector include:
The inlet duct is the entry point for the dust-laden air into the dust collector.
The size and design of the inlet duct depend on the specific application and the amount of dust generated.
The filter housing is the main body of the dust collector that houses the filter bags or cartridges.
It is usually made of steel or other durable materials and is designed to withstand the harsh conditions of cement manufacturing.
The filter bags or cartridges are the heart of the dust collector, responsible for capturing and retaining the dust particles.
They are made of various materials, such as polyester, polypropylene, nylon, aramid, PTFE, or fiberglass, and come in different sizes and shapes.
The cleaning mechanism is responsible for removing the accumulated dust from the filter bags or cartridges to restore airflow.
The cleaning mechanism can be either mechanical or pneumatic, such as shaking the filter bags or cartridges or using a blast of compressed air to dislodge the filter cake.
The hopper or bin is located at the bottom of the dust collector and is designed to collect the dust particles that have been filtered out.
The size and design of the hopper or bin depend on the amount of dust generated and the frequency of disposal.
The discharge valve is used to empty the hopper or bin when it becomes full of dust.
The control panel is the brain of the dust collector, responsible for monitoring and controlling the various components of the dust collector, such as the pressure sensors, cleaning mechanism, and discharge valve.
Cement dust collection scope of application
The cement dust collector is suitable for use in many different industrial situations and industries, especially production processes where dust and pollutant emissions need to be controlled.
Here are some examples of occasions and industries where cement dust collection is suitable:
Cement dust collection can be used in the cement production process to control dust and pollutant emissions from limestone, gypsum, coal, and other raw materials, purify flue gas, and protect the environment and employee health.
Cement dust collection can be used in the production process of blast furnaces, converters, and steel rolling in the iron and steel industry to control dust and oxide emissions and ensure the cleanliness of the production environment and the health of employees.
This product can be used in the process of wood processing to control the emission of dust and harmful gases such as sawdust and wood powder, so as to ensure the cleanliness of the production environment and the health of employees.
Dust collection can be used in the mine production process to control the dust and gas emissions of coal gangue, ore, ash, and other materials to protect the environment and employee health.
Dust collectors can be used in the oxidation, reduction, synthesis, and other production processes in the chemical industry to control the emission of harmful gases and dust to protect the environment and the health of employees.
types of filter bags for dust collector
Dust collectors are essential devices for many industrial processes to collect and filter airborne particles and dust.
Filter bags are an essential component of a dust collector system.
There are different types of filter bags available for dust collectors, each designed for specific applications and industries.
Here are some common types of filter bags:
|Working Air Quantity (m3/h)||1000 -2000||1500 -2000||2000 -3000||3000 -3400||3480 -4200||4200 -5200||5200 -6000|
|Resistance of Dust Collector (Pa)||1200||1200||1200||1200||1200||1200||1200|
|Filter Area (m2)||10||14.48||20||25||26||35||40|
|Filter Speed (m/min)||≤2.5||≤2.5||≤2.5||≤2.5||≤2.5||≤2.5||≤2.5|
|Collecting Efficiency (%)||＞99.9||＞99.9||＞99.9||＞99.9||＞99.9||＞99.9||＞99.9|
|Blower Power (KW)||2.2||3||5.5||5.5||7.5||7.5||11|
|Deashing Motor Power (KW)||0.25||0.25||0.25||0.37||0.55||0.55||0.55|
|Blower Motor No.||Y90L-2||Y100L-2||Y132S1-2||Y132S1-2||Y132S1-2||Y160M2-2||Y160M1-2|
|Deashing Motor Power Type||Y801-4||Y801-4||Y801-4||Y801-4||Y801-4||Y801-4||Y801-4|
dust collector in cement plant installation instructions
The dust collector in the cement plant should be installed near the equipment that generates dust and pollutants during the production process, so as to collect and treat dust and pollutants.
The installation location should also consider factors such as the location of the device’s discharge outlet and ventilation conditions.
Dust collector in a cement plant is usually installed on the ground through feet or brackets.
When installing, make sure that the equipment is stable and properly fixed.
The dust collector in the cement plant should be connected with the production equipment through pipelines to collect and treat dust and pollutants.
The diameter and length of the pipeline should be selected according to the design requirements of the production equipment and Cement Dust Collector.
- All safety regulations need to be followed during installation to prevent electric shock and other hazardous situations.
- Before installing equipment, check that equipment and piping are clean and remove any obstructions or dirt.
- In order to ensure the normal operation of the equipment, it is necessary to avoid installing the equipment on the ground with vibration or slope during installation.
- When installing equipment, it is necessary to ensure that the connection between the pipe and the equipment is tight and use sealing material to seal the connection point to prevent the leakage of dust and pollutants.
- After the installation is completed, the equipment and pipelines should be regularly checked for damage or blockage and cleaned and maintained in time.
In conclusion, many factors need to be considered when installing Cement Dust collectors, including installation location, installation method, connection method, etc.
During the installation process, all safety regulations need to be strictly followed to ensure that the equipment can operate safely and stably, and through regular inspection and maintenance to ensure the normal operation of the equipment and effective dust and pollutant control.
Instructions for use
- How to start: Before using the Bag Type Dust Collector, make sure the equipment and plumbing connections are installed and check that all connection points are tight.
Then, turn on the power of the device, and start the device according to the requirements of the device manual.
- Operation process: During the use of Bag Type of Dust Collector, it is necessary to regularly check the working status of the equipment to ensure the normal operation of the equipment.
Regular cleaning of filters and replacement of filter bags is an important step in maintaining the normal operation of the equipment.
- Check the filter and filter bag regularly, clean the filter, and replace the filter bag in time.
- Regularly clean the interior of the equipment and pipes to remove dust and dirt and ensure smooth ventilation.
- Regularly check the operation of electrical components and mechanical parts to ensure the safe operation of the equipment.
Precautions for use
- Before using Bag Type Dust Collector, please read the equipment manual carefully, and use the equipment correctly according to the requirements of the manual.
- Do not touch the inside of the equipment and the pipes when the equipment is running to avoid danger.
- When replacing the filter bag and cleaning the filter, be sure to operate in accordance with the requirements of the equipment manual to avoid damage to the equipment and filter bag.
- Regularly check equipment and pipelines for damage or blockage, and clean and maintain them in time.
A: There may be several reasons why the Cement Dust Collector may not work properly, such as damaged equipment, blocked pipes, power failure, etc.
You can check equipment and plumbing for damage or blockages while checking that the power supply is working properly.
If the problem cannot be solved, please contact the equipment manufacturer or professional maintenance personnel for maintenance.
Answer: The filter bag needs to be replaced regularly according to the actual situation, and the specific replacement time depends on the concentration and content of dust and pollutants.
It is usually recommended to replace it every 6 months to 1 year, but it also needs to be judged according to the usage conditions and the requirements of the equipment manual.
Answer: For the specific method and steps of cleaning the filter, please refer to the equipment manual. It is usually necessary to remove the filter, wash the filter with clean water or a specific cleaning solution, and then dry it or use specific drying equipment to dry it.
When cleaning the filter, it is necessary to pay attention to the operating specifications to avoid damage to the filter.
A: The key to avoiding air leakage from Cement Dust collectors is the tightness of the pipeline. When installing the pipeline, it is necessary to pay attention to the tightness of the connection points to ensure that there is no air leakage at all connection points.
In addition, during use, it is necessary to regularly check the tightness of the pipeline connection points and the equipment itself, and carry out maintenance and repair in time.
Answer: The maintenance of the Cement Dust Collector needs to pay attention to the following items: regular cleaning of filters and replacement of filter bags, cleaning of equipment interior and pipelines, checking the operation of electrical components and mechanical parts, etc.
When performing maintenance, it is necessary to operate in accordance with the requirements of the equipment manual to avoid damage to the equipment and filter bags.
At the same time, it is necessary to regularly check whether the equipment and pipelines are damaged or blocked, and clean and maintain them in time.