Cyclone Collector


Cyclones are basically centrifugal separators, consists of an upper cylindrical part referred to as the barrel and a lower conical part referred to as cone. They simply transform the inertia force of gas particle flows to a centrifugal force by means of a vortex generated in the cyclone body. The particle laden air stream enters tangentially at the top of the barrel and travels downward into the cone forming an outer vortex. The increasing air velocity in the outer vortex results in a centrifugal force on the particles separating them from the air stream. When the air reaches the bottom of the cone,it begins to flow radially inwards and out the top as clean air /gas while the particulates fall into the dust collection chamber attached to the bottom of the cyclone.


Dust collectors are used in many processes to either recover valuable granular solid or powder from process streams, or to remove granular solid pollutants from exhaust gases prior to venting to the atmosphere.


Single type, twin type, Multi cyclone type.

Cyclone Collector