In the mineral processing industries, such as calcination or catalysts production, solid intermediates and products are regularly handled in the fine powder form.
There is a need to recover these powders from the exhaust streams of calciners, fluid bed dryers, incinerators, and storage silos, often at critical temperature conditions.
Client's needs include an efficient cyclone either for minimizing the escape of particles to downstream sections of the process at very high temperatures or to recover the maximum amount of valuable powder products.
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Advanced Cyclone Systems, S.A. (ACS) is a company exclusively dedicated to the development and commercialization of high efficiency cyclone systems, worldwide.
The company works in a very close cooperation with its clients in order to design custom made cyclone systems that really solve their unmet needs.
ACS has grown to be a turnkey project provider in any part of the world, whenever cyclones are part of the solution.
· Particulate Matter (PM) Emission Control in boilers, furnaces and dryers and general dedusting;
· Product (powder) Recovery in the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries.
In multiple industries stated below, products are manufactured in the powder form. Examples go from milk powders to pharmaceuticals and from fertilizers to nano-particles. The separation of these products from the air after processes such as drying or milling is unavoidable. Multiple industrial filtration systems can be used for that purpose.
Cyclones have the advantage of easily handling a wide range of operating temperatures, pressures and moisture conditions, unlike other dust collectors, e.g. bag filters. By its simple and aseptic design, without any moving parts, cyclones have very low maintenance costs and can be easily and effectively cleaned, minimizing bacteria contamination or product cross contamination.
ACS cyclones can be designed both to increase product yield and to comply with strict particle emission limits, frequently exempting the use of other filters downstream.