The solid material, resting on the filtering membrane is rotated by a gearmotor with inverters extracted by a series of tangential openings to the drum, which have the function of cleaning the various sections of the membrane.
The polluted air passes from outside to inside the filtering membrane, separating the largest particles from the rest of the material.
The particles rest on the filtering membrane while the air flows inside the support drum of the membrane to continue towards the other static filtration stages (2).
There is a process fan downstream of the system, which guarantees negative pressure and extraction of the entire filter.
The solid material, resting on the filtering membrane is rotated by a gearmotor with inverter, is extracted by a series of tangential openings to the drum, which have the function of cleaning the various sections of the membrane.
Here, extraction is guaranteed by a series of specific fans, which allow constant negative pressure to be maintained near the openings.
The extracted air is sent to the dust recovery system which, based on the application, can be:
– Directly re-introduced on the production line
– Pre-filtered inside a cyclone for dust selection to just use a specific part of it
– Finely filtered for complete recovery of the dust, before re-introducing it in the process
The Cyber Filter PRO machinery includes the functionality testing and control system, connected to an electric box with PLC and an intuitive HMI which can be remotely operated.
Particular attention to routine and extraordinary maintenance, via the special windows and doors, completes this solution.