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Dust collector includes which major categories

2023-11-24

Industrial dust removal equipment The equipment that separates industrial dust from flue gas is also called industrial dust collector. The performance of the dust collector is expressed in terms of the amount of gas that can be processed, the resistance loss of gas passing through the dust collector and the dust removal efficiency. At the same time, the price of the dust collector, the cost of operation and maintenance, the length of service life and the difficulty of operation management are also important factors to consider its performance.


Dust collectors are essential for maintaining a clean and safe work environment, protecting workers from harmful airborne particles and preventing potential hazards such as explosions and fires caused by accumulated dust. There are many types of industrial dust collectors available on the market, each designed to handle specific types of dust and particulate matter.

Classification and characteristics of dust collector


1, wet dust collector : Spray tower scrubber





2::Filter dust collector: bag dust collector

A device for separating and trapping dust by a dusty air stream through a filter material.The air filter with filter paper or glass fiber filling layer as filter material can be mainly used for gas purification in ventilation and air conditioning.Using cheap sand, gravel, coke and other particles as filter material particle layer dust collector. It is a dust removal device that appeared in the 1970s, which is eye-catching in the field of high temperature flue gas dust removal.

Bag dust collector using fiber fabric as filter material. It is widely used in dust removal of industrial exhaust gas.








3: electric dust collector: dry dust collector, wet dust collector


Electrostatic precipitator is the process of ionizing dust-containing gas through high voltage electric field, so that dust particles are charged. And under the action of electric field force, the dust particles are deposited on the dust collecting pole, and the dust particles are separated from the dust containing gas.

The fundamental difference between the electric dust removal process and other dust removal processes is that the electrostatic force directly acts on the particles, rather than on the entire airflow, which determines that it has the characteristics of small energy consumption and small airflow resistance. Because the electrostatic force acting on the particle is relatively large. So even submicron particles can be effectively captured.

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