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Cyclone & Wet Scrubbing

Cyclone & Wet Scrubbing

Cyclone & Wet Scrubbing

(OP)
We need to remove a ash.
And we don't know which one is it's better .

How can we select of them?

RE: Cyclone & Wet Scrubbing

Before anybody could make any sort of judgement you will need to provide some details on the ash.
For example
Size of the ash particles.Is there a wide range of sizes or are the particles fairly consistent.
Specific gravity
Volume to be treated
Is it dry or in a slurry

Regards
Ashtree
"Any water can be made potable if you filter it through enough money"

RE: Cyclone & Wet Scrubbing

Dear Pro
Cyclones have been used successfully to separate dusts and liquid in different kinds of plants It is generally used in a narrowly bounded operating range with very high degree of separation.
I guess it could be better to be chosen the Cyclone and we scrubbing, but
It is required to measure the loading capacity of ash, gas, and liquid first.

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