The cyclone Separators are most efficient design when the Gas and Liquid handing capacities are large volume. These types of cyclone separators are nicely fit in the Off-shore installation where the Foot-print space is the one of the major criteria for the design of the separators.
Our Cyclone separators are specially designed with the internals to handle very high GOR.
Cyclonic separation is a means of separating different liquid phases (different liquid densities), or, separating particles from a gas stream. Cyclone separators often form part of a pre-cleaning stage prior to a gas or liquid being discharged. This article focuses on the gas cyclone separator.
A cyclone separator has several colloquial names. These names include ‘dust separator’, ‘dust collector’, ‘dust extractor’, ‘cyclone extractor’ and ‘cyclone separator’. Generally, smaller units are referred to as ‘dust’ separators or extractors, whilst large scale industrial separators are referred to as ‘cyclone separators’.
There are two main designs of cyclone separator, these are the gas cyclone and hydrocyclone.
Gas cyclones are used to remove entrained particles from a gas stream.
Hydrocyclones are used for separating fluids of different densities.
Cyclone separators can be installed as single units, or in multiples, known as multi-cyclones. It is also possible to install cyclones in series, or, in parallel.
Separators can be installed with a horizontal or vertical orientation.
This article will focus on the reverse flow gas cyclone separator because this type of separator is the most common in use today. We will refer to the term collection efficiency, or simply ‘efficiency’ throughout the article. The collection efficiency -also known as the capture or recovery rate- is a measurement of a cyclone’s ability to separate particles from the flowing gas stream. Because particles have different sizes, the efficiency rating is usually given for varying particle sizes.
The volumetric flow rate and geometry of the cyclone separator define the cut point. The cut point is the point at which particles are removed from the gas stream at 50% efficiency. This measurement is an industry standard measurement and can usually be obtained from the original equipment manufacturer (OEM).
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