Surfex extends its expertise for right selection of Dust Collector as choice of the correct model of Dust Collector is integral to any closed Blasting System. We supply 3 latest varieties of Industrial Dust Collectors of different capacities of international product quality.
Dust Collector Cyclone Type
The dust laden air enters into the cylindrical/conical body of cyclone tangentially at the top and the flow assumes a vortex pattern as it travels helically downward. The centrifugal force from the air’s tangential velocity causes the heavier dust particles to move radically outward towards the cyclone’s wall. When the particles reach the wall, friction and gravity force them to descend and discharge into a receiver at the bottom of the cyclone. The clean air spirals upward and exists at the top of the cyclone.
Dust Collector Fabric / Shaking Type
The dust collector consists of an air filter bag chamber and a dust hopper. By the suction of air exhaust blower, the dust laden air enters into the filter bags and passes to air bag chamber through air filter bags. The dust particles are trapped into the filter bags and dust free air is conveyed to the exhaust chimney through blower. In the filter bag chamber, the filter bags are hanged on an auto shaking hanger. Thus the filter bags are cleaned, releasing trapped dust by auto shaking arrangement coupled with a geared motor. The dust particles fall away from the filter bags and into the dust hopper for removal.
Dust Collector Reverse Pulse Jet Type
The dust collector consists of an air filter cartridge chamber, exhaust air chamber and a dust hopper. By the suction of air exhaust blower, the dust laden air enters into the filter chamber and passes to air exhaust chamber through air filter cartridges. The dust particles are trapped into the filter cartridges and dust free air collected into the air exhaust chamber, from where it is conveyed to the exhaust chimney through blower. An air manifold is provided with the filter chamber, the pressurize compressed air is collected into the air manifold and purges into the air filters cartridges through nozzles controlled by solenoid and auto sequential timer. Thus the filter cartridges are cleaned by a pulse of high velocity compressed air expanding against the inner surface of the cartridges. The expanding air momentarily reverses the air flow, releasing trapped dust. The dust particles fall away from the cartridges and into the dust hopper for removal.