Biomass boiler dust collector

The treatment process of the biomass boiler bag filter is to treat the flue gas generated in each boiler production process separately. The flue gas produced by the boiler. The dust enters the cyclone dust collector from the dust suction pipe. At this time, the large particles in the dust dust are separated by the centrifugal force of the cyclone dust collector, and the large particle dust is discharged by the cyclone dust collector, and the fine particle dust enters the bag filter. Filtered through the filter bag, the dust adhered to the surface of the bag is first concentrated in the ash hopper of the dust collector by pulse blowing, and is recycled or utilized by the blanking controller. The clean air after being treated by the bag filter is discharged into the atmosphere by the chimney through the fan. The treatment of the dusty flue gas of the boiler by the bag filter can reduce the pollution of the dust to the surrounding environment and achieve the purpose of clean production.
Biomass-fueled boilers still emit a lot of black smoke, and it is impossible to discharge directly without installing dust removal equipment. Due to the nature of biomass boiler soot, only bag filter equipment can be selected to remove soot. There are two main types of biomass boiler fuels: one is mainly sawdust shavings produced after wood processing: wood pellet fuel, sawdust pellet fuel, and the like. The other type is mainly straw crops, etc., which are pressed into a block of fuel: like straw briquetting fuel, peanut shell briquetting fuel and furfural slag to make briquette fuel. When biomass boilers burn these fuels, there will be unburned sparks in the exhaust pipe. When the bag filter is used to deal with the soot, if you do not take measures to prevent Mars from entering the bag filter, then these Mars will be easy. Burn the bag and cause unnecessary damage.