dust separator

dust separator

[′dəst ‚sep·ə‚rād·ər]
(engineering)
Device or system to remove dust from a flowing stream of gas; includes electrostatic precipitators, wet scrubbers, bag filters, screens, and cyclones.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The MJ3 unit also removes dust and fines from the material during loading, as well as being equipped with a cyclone dust separator that collects the dust and drops it into a catch container.
Cooling: 3-stage air filter with Turbo 3 cyclone dust separator
Product from the Disintegrator is collected in a cyclone separator and then is discharged into a bulk packing system with the ultra fines from the cyclone being carried over to a dust separator filter collection unit.
The mixture of spent oil shale and heat carrier from the reactor is separated from the vapor-gas mixture in the dust separator (5) and fed by the screw-conveyor (6) to the heat regeneration furnace (HFR).
To help your fan seal out sand, you can now get a dust separator adapter kit, NSN 4240-01-5265468.
Some of its dust/pollution control products include the "VFA," "VFB" and "VFC" prefilters, the "TFB" and "TFC" rotary drum filters, the "JFB" jet filter, the "SAA" dust separator and the "ZSA" high efficiency cyclone.
The dust separator range has been joined by the HFS--Horizontal Fluid bed Separator--which is available for relatively low throughput rates (upwards of approximately 800 kg/hour) and so, says Coperion, is suitable for the cleaning of plastics pellets and granules.
Summit Systems has extended its range of products, with the new Moretto Roto Dust Separator.