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Being a well-established-organization, we are engaged in providing a distinguished range of TXP Ceramic Cyclone Dust Collector. The inner shell and the components are built using ceramic barrels to ensure their anti-wear properties. Optimum performance, enhanced service life, high efficiency and durability are features of offered dust collector. The offered dust collector is manufactured by our adroit professionals using premium grade raw material & ultra-modern technology. Also, these provided TXP Ceramic Cyclone Dust Collector is in compliance with market standards, thus widely demanded by our valued customers.
TXP ceramic cyclone dust collector is a new type of dust collector designed on the basis of different kinds of cyclone dust collectors and adopts Stayman's highest optimization coefficient structure type. The inner shell and the components are built using ceramic barrels that ensures its anti-wear properties. Not only the service life is guaranteed, but also the steel consumption is reduced, which reduces the cost of the equipment and the maintenance cost.
Dust removal mechanism
TXP ceramic cyclone dust collector utilizes the effect of the peak of the velocity field distribution in the cyclone drum with the rise of the smoke and sets up the riser, the secondary separation chamber and the intermediate exhaust pipe. The flue gas swirls from the inlet into the barrel at the desired speed, and the dust is then separated by the centrifugal action. The dust is separated from the top and bottom settles along the barrel to the ash tank. The flue gas rises along the diameter of the cylinder around 0.6 at the peak speed of the swirling flow. The part of the flue gas containing higher concentration of fine dust, swirls along the rising drum wall into the secondary separation chamber at higher speed and then returns to the cone through the bypass duct.
The secondary separated dust then falls to the bottom of the cone and sinks into the same separated dust. The separated flue gas is discharged from the middle exhaust pipe through the outlet. Since the swirling speed of the rising cylinder is much higher than that of the main cylinder, the fine dust can be effectively separated.
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