CCL - Cyclone Tank

The cyclone tank is designed to separate the product conveyed into the production lines from the dust-laden air.

The dust-laden air that is discharged from the top of the cyclone is filtered through static or bag type filters, while the product collects inside the cyclone tank. The product maximum and minimum levels are monitored by two vibrating probes that control product feeding. The bottom of the cyclone tank is equipped with a vibrating base that facilitates the discharge of product and avoids clogging at the outlet.

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