Detailed description of the compressive strength of the roof dust collector

Release time:11-15-2019

The pressure resistance of the roof dust collector is b […]

The pressure resistance of the roof dust collector is based on the compressive strength of the roof dust collector. Many technicians will consult these questions when purchasing the roof dust collector. Due to concerns that the compressive strength of the precipitator does not meet the standards for your machine's operation, the following is a detailed description of the compressive strength.
  1. Under normal conditions, the top dust collector operates under negative pressure. The wall panel is invaded due to insufficient rigidity of the dust collector housing. When the pressure is released, it will make a huge noise that can be seen by the naked eye. Therefore, the standard compressive strength of the roof duster is the case where any deformation of the casing occurs during operation of the machine and the operation of the machine is stopped.
  2. The pressure resistance of the precipitator should be greater than the total pressure of the fan. Since the working pressure of the roof dust collector does not have a large total fan pressure, in order to avoid clogging of the dust collector tube, the dust collector is designed to have sufficient compressive strength. If the dust in the precipitator may burn or explode, the compressive strength needs to be greater.
  Precautions when handling the top dust collector
  The compressed air filter material is replaced every 4-6 months. After the dust collector is put into operation, special personnel should be set up for management and maintenance. They should be familiar with the working principle and technical performance of the dust collector, master the adjustment and maintenance methods, patrol inspections, and establish operational records. Compressed air oil water separators, filters, air tanks and air bags are periodically emptied and emptied.
  Regularly check the top dust collector valve and replace the consumables. Always check the pressure difference between the inlet and outlet of the dust collector. If it is above or below the specified range, check the reason. Typically, the top duster adjusts the injection cycle. The filter element should be inspected regularly (every two months) and replaced and repaired if damaged.
 Filter cartridges are typically used for 1-2 years. Always keep the main body of the roof duster clean and paint should be repaired at least once every two years. All types of rubber seals should be replaced regularly. If the vent is grayed out, check the filter cartridge for damage or damage. After each cleaning, the vents are found to be ash, excessively clean, and the cleaning cycle should be adjusted.