Pulse Jet Dust Collector

Pulse Jet Dust Collector Manufacturers

BK Air Systems is the pulse jet dust collector manufacturers and suppliers in Delhi, India, that provide various types of wind ventilators that are designed to exhaust all the industrial pollution including smoke, gases, humidity, fumes, heat, dust, and other irritants from the factory, industrial unit or other covered areas. Pulse Jet Dust Collector are used in filtering systems of dust collectors, gas turbines, and desulfurization equipment. They are commonly used to clean filters such as cartridge filters, envelope filters, ceramic filters, and sintered metal fiber filters. Here, we discuss how these valves work in a typical application for dust collector systems.

BK Air Systems offers a wide range of Cartridge Type Pulse Jet Dust Collectors / Cartridge Filter Starting from 1000 to 100,000 CuM/Hr. These cartridge filters are compact in design and real space savers and are used widely in Mineral Grinding, Pigments & Chemicals, Polymers & Ceramics, Pneumatic Conveying System, Powder Coating and many more. In the cartridge filter, the contaminated air enters the dust collector and passes through the filter cartridges. These cartridges retain the dust particles on the exterior surface allowing only the clean air, free from any pollutants, to pass through ensuring a clean and safe environment. The cartridge filters offered by BK Air Systems are available in different options with surface filtration technology, discharge device, etc.

How Does Reverse Pulse Jet Type Dust Collector Work?

In this, a metal cage is covered by using individual filter bags. This dust collector is in the shape of a Bag House, so when the dust & air enters this Bag House, the filter bags sieve the air thoroughly and finally exit clean and fresh air.

This dust collector is quite a different and most effective way of cleaning. It contains a solenoid valve which controls the compressed air and starts cleaning. A timer is also installed on it which works on controlling and giving signals to the valve.

The filters are cleaned out by using short bursts of compressed air so that the air can be fired down via bags. When this air gets burst, then dust cakes automatically disintegrate, which is collected after that. This whole process is quite different and efficient to carry on the cleaning process effectively by keeping the bags always in the working position.