High-performance water filter with cylindrical structure made from St37 steel sheet. Limited water consumption: if used occasionally, there's no need to connect the device to the grid.
Nella parte inferiore è posto il contenitore del materiale filtrato che, essendo dotato di ruote, facilita lo spostamento per la manutenzione
La quantità di acqua evaporata corrisponde alla riduzione di livello nella macchina, pari a circa 15mm/h a temperatura normale
The container of the filtered material is located at the bottom. The container is equipped with wheels, to ensure mobility under maintenance.
The quantity of evaporated water corresponds to the reduction of the level in the machine, which is equal to approximately 15mm/h at normal temperature.
The machine is specific for aluminium dust and is delivered complete with:
The cyclone is a reduction system with a cylindrical upper body and a truncated conical base.
The principle upon which the system relies is that of the centrifugal force, The system relies on centrifugal force to separate dust particles from a rotary motion gas flow.
The rotary motion is induced by the tangential inlet on the cyclone body which generates a centrifugal acceleration that acts on particles in an analogous way to the weight force, but in a radial direction.
The effectiveness of separation depends upon the peripheral speed of the flow and the inverse of radius.
For this reason, we try to increase the flow speed and produce rotary motions with small curvatures.
Given the same peripheral speed, the increase in the cyclone diameter decreases the centrifugal effect and the effectiveness. However, too much high speed increases significantly head losses.
The efficiency of reduction that can be reached varies from 60 to 80% depending on particle sizes.
HOW IT WORKS
Cyclones work by influencing the motion of an aeriform cloud, changing its movement from straight to circular to helicoidal.
In this way, the suspended particles are subject to the action of centrifugal forces that because of their prevalence prevent the aeriform matter from following the trajectories of the fluids. In the case of a more linear motion, suspended particles tend to crash them against the device walls, causing a loss of their kinetic energy produced by motion.
The aeriform flow enters in the upper part of the cyclone with straight motion (tangential inlet), changing it in helicoidal.
The flow of the aeriform matter becomes whirling, usually in vertical direction towards the bottom part.