The offline jet dust collector has closed inlets and outlets and releases compressed air into the blowpipes above the vertical bags. The air flow is controlled by a pneumatic damper system. This type of jet dust collector requires a very low level of maintenance and is usually able to handle high temperatures. High temperature pulse valve diaphragms are available for this type of dust collector.
High temperature pulse valve diaphragms
High temperature pulse valve diaphragm design can simplify installation and maintenance processes. A one-piece diaphragm eliminates the need for special tools and a large release hole helps promote faster closing. One-piece diaphragm designs can reduce overall air consumption by as much as 35 percent. One-piece diaphragm design can reduce valve response time by as much as eight to fourteen milliseconds. One-piece designs can also reduce the downtime needed for installation and maintenance.
Pulse valves can also enhance efficiency in other ways. They can reduce the amount of compressed air required, which can be costly for processing facilities. If multiple dust collection systems are installed in a facility, the compressed air usage could become very large. A pulse valve’s response time will determine how much compressed air it uses. Faster response times are more efficient, while slower response times can result in more compressed air usage. A one-piece diaphragm design can also reduce compressed air consumption by as much as 15%.
Diagnosing a dust collector’s pulse valve is not difficult. It requires a few simple steps. First, make sure the pulse valve is operating properly. If the pulse does not have a “pop,” then the diaphragm is defective. If the pulse does not sound like it is pulsing, try manually pulsing the valve.
High temperature polyester filter bags
When you are choosing high temperature polyester filter bags for your jet dust collector, it’s important to choose the right material. The type of synthetic material used will determine how the filter bag will perform under extreme conditions. C&R is one company that offers these types of bags. They are designed to handle high temperatures and are also available in an acidic and alkaline variant.
Fiberglass is the most common and cost-efficient high heat filter media. It is also resistant to most acids and oxidizing agents. However, it has poor resistance to flex abrasion and is subject to hydrolysis under certain conditions. Additionally, fiberglass requires at least 20 vertical wires to be supported properly.
PTFE filter bags are suitable for harsh environments. They are used in coal boiler power plant ash handling systems and waste incineration flue gas filtration. They have excellent heat insulation properties and are easy to clean. Compared to other high-temperature-resistant filters, PTFE filters have a longer life span.
Bin vent pulse jet dust collectors
Pulse jet dust collectors are designed to eliminate a wide range of contaminants from the air. They use compressed air to blast debris out of the filters, improving the efficiency and longevity of the filter media. Pulse jets are typically available with different filter media and can be configured to handle a range of air volumes. This type of system can also be installed with existing fans to ensure maximum efficiency.
Bin vent pulse jet dust collectors have many applications, such as filtration of dry goods and reducing the loss of finished products. The pulse jet system removes dust and loose material from the filter, and the collector uses an electronic timer to maintain a constant pressure and air flow. They can handle grain loads of up to 100 grains per cubic foot.
Bin vent dust collectors are a self-contained, pulse jet style dust collector that captures particles and debris from bins and silos. They use a filter bag or cartridge to capture dust particles in the displaced air and release clean air back into the environment. Some models are equipped with a reverse pulse jet that cleans the filter material with compressed air.
Low maintenance jet dust collectors are among the most popular types of dust collectors. These collectors feature a fast valve opening and closing system that enables them to clean bag filters efficiently. The design also minimizes the amount of compressed air that is used during the cleaning process. This reduces wear on filter bags and reduces maintenance costs.
The most important feature of a low maintenance jet dust collector is its ease of operation. It requires only a minimal amount of maintenance and is very effective in almost any industrial environment. It operates efficiently and can be scheduled to fit into your business’s schedule. In addition, these collectors don’t require a lot of downtime.
Many different industries can benefit from a jet dust collector, from the pharmaceutical industry to the cement, iron and steel, and petrochemical industries. Many of them are capable of removing toxic and explosive materials. These dust collectors can also be used in central vacuum cleaning applications.