The equipment must be efficient and thrifty in all tasks that it is intended to accomplish. The technical tasks that the cleaning device is responsible for include:
1. Obstruction or collecting of contaminating substances
The filter elements are responsible for this task. There is a huge number of types and forms of them. Most widespread among the dry forms of filtration are baghouses and cartridge dust collectors, as well as absorbents. Among the wet worms are water and other liquids with various reagents.
Aside from the forms of the filtered elements themselves, also important is the size of the filter element, the shape, as well as its positioning within the equipment. In other words, equipment can be made to be similar in terms of its description, but different in terms of its shape and elements. For instance, if filter elements are to be placed very close to each other, the filter device will become stuffed with dust quicker and require technical maintenance and its filters will require replacement more often. Conversely, if the filters are placed a bit father apart (thus increasing the frame), there won't be any issues. The choice of the placement method of filter elements depends on the nature of the dust.
2. Collecting contaminated substances
A large amount of additional inclusions come into the gas pipes along with the air which require collection after they are caught. That is what the dust collector is for. It can come in different forms – as a conical hopper, as an extended hopper with a worm, a dust box, a big bag, a sack, and other accumulators.