Design principle of pipeline electrostatic dust collector

The main difference between the pipeline electrostatic dust collector and the ordinary electrostatic dust collector is the setting of the ventilation duct. It generally has two forms, one is a separate ventilation duct, and the other is a concentrated ventilation duct. Generally the concentrated ventilation duct is used in a pipeline electrostatic dust collector.

In contrast, the single wind net pipeline is generally relatively simple, and the air volume is easily adjusted and controlled. However, the investment in equipment is large. Each machine is equipped with a fan and a motor, which has relatively increased the difficulty of occupying land and arranging. In the case of a pipeline electrostatic dust collector with centralized wind net piping, the power consumption, equipment cost, and maintenance costs are relatively economical, and dust treatment and recycling are relatively simple.

However, the specific type of ventilation duct used for pipeline electrostatic dust collector is still determined according to the actual situation. When centralized ventilation ducts are used in pipeline electrostatic dust collector, certain principles must be followed. First the dust extracted from the equipment should be similar in quality.

Secondly, the gap time of the machine work should be the same, that is to say, the machine equipments that are combined in the same net should work for the same time, so that the fan's compliance can be kept stable. If the machine or the suction point in the wind net shuts off the suction due to the stoppage from time to time, it will cause frequent changes in the wind speed in other air ducts, thus affecting the process effect.

Of course, the pipeline electrostatic dust collector pipeline design needs to be simple and economical and reasonable, which requires the distance between the machines combined in the same wind grid to be short; and after installing the fan in the pipeline electrostatic dust collector, in order to reduce dust on the fan wear.http://www.icleairs.com/