REDUCE ENERGY AND SAVE MONEY WITH A DUST COLLECTOR DRYER
Tsunami’s world-class drying technology is configured specifically for dust collectors to offer a clean air package designed to maximize system performance and reduce operating costs like nothing before.
WHY DRY AIR MATTERS IN DUST COLLECTORS
It's obvious that dust collector systems play a critical role in maintaining air quality cleanliness for manufacturers. For years^ plant operators have sought for any advantage to improve pulse jet cleaning in bags (sock) or reverse flow cartridge systems. The challenge faced in every dust collector application is to maximize pulse effectiveness and extend bag life while minimizing compressed air consumption. The dust collector system is optimal when the pulses effectively remove cake from the filter^ returning the filter effectiveness to the point where the filter meets or exceeds the manufacturer's specification. In order to effectively remove cake^ the air needs to be completely free of moisture and contaminants.
DUST COLLECTOR BEST PRACTICES
p>Shown in the graphics are two plumbing setups often found in facilities using dust collector systems. Setup 1 shows a regulator being used as the sole component of the system. With this setup^ we often find the regulator set to the highest pressure possible because the small diameter piping (example: 1~ dia) creates very high pressure drops when the valves are pulsed. Not only does this affect the efficiency of the pulse or shock wave to the collector bags or cartridges^ it also causes pressure drops in the surrounding air system. This can cause further issues and reduce production on air operated equipment nearby.