Pulse Jet Dust Collector

Pulse Jet Dust Collector handles Heavy Loading from Fluid Bed Dryer

06/13/2013 | Editor: Marcel Dröttboom

A major manufacturer of masonry products has successfully employed a new, specially adapted pulse jet dust collector from Sly, Inc.
A major manufacturer of masonry products has successfully employed a new, specially adapted pulse jet dust collector from Sly, Inc. (Picture: Sly, Inc.)

A major manufacturer of masonry products has successfully employed a specially adapted pulse jet dust collector from Sly. The 40,000 ACFM collector vents a sand and aggregate fluid bed dryer operating at 60 °C (140°F).

Inlet loading is 6800 kilogram per hour (15,000 lbs/h). The Sly Model STJ-3215-10 collector features a high side inlet and large drop-out section, slowing velocity to remove heavy particulate before it is filtered by the collector’s 16 oz polyester filter bags. Because the dryer being vented occasionally is fired by high sulfur fuel oil, special design considerations were made. The collector has a stainless steel tube sheet, internal epoxy coating and 3 inch of fiberglass insulation to address potential corrosion.

Sly furnished inlet duct, outlet duct, stack, supports, access platforms, screw conveyor and exhaust fan for the project.

Sly will exhibit May 8 – 10 at the Powder & Bulk Solids/PTXi Show in the Donald Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL. See them at Booth 2627.

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