Contaminated Air Entry: the Damper Plate
Our filter design saves our clients money by enabling them to replace their bags less often. A dust chamber is installed in front of the filters so that the dust settles right into the hopper and reduces the wear on the bags.
The grooves help ensure more even distribution of the gas flow along all the filter bags, which extends the filters’ service life and improves air cleaning, since the load on the bags is even and allows for operational cost savings.
Vibration Cleaning Filter System
Gradually, the internal portions of the bags become covered in dust, which increases the filter’s resistance. In order to prevent the resistance from getting too high, the filter elements must be cleaned every once in a while.
Vortex Vibro CP is equipped with a built-in vibrational cleaning mechanism. Vibrational cleaning of the dusty bags can be performed using periodic vibration. For that purpose, a vibration slab with a vibrating board is installed in the body of the filter.
The bags are shaken automatically based on a timer via specified time intervals. The length and period of the vibrational shaking are set independently via a controller installed on the vibration filter frame. The cleaning system doesn't have to be stopped for the filter bags to be cleaned.
The vibration motor shakes the planks which the filter bags are attached to. The dust settled on the bags falls into the hopper or other dust discharge system, which the filter is packaged with and is extracted by the dust discharge system customized for the specific filter.