Cyclones Specification. Strommashina Corp. offers a variety of cyclone separator types. Cyclone separator is used in following areas: Mining & Minerals, Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Environment & Recycling, Agglomeration, in-house manufacturing facilities enable us to design dust separator cyclones and central dust control systems to the exact needs and specifications of our customers, as well as provide customers with all necessary spare parts for bag filter. Cyclone Dust Separator Manufacturer. The environmental protection idea is one of the Strommashina plant’s priorities. Due to the consistent implementation of technologies reducing emissions of harmful substances to atmosphere the science and technology department of our plant managed to develop and launch the production of a highly efficient dust collector series. The Strommashina brand cyclones have been manufactured for over 50 years already, and today they are one of the most popular dust collector types. They are designed for removal of the suspended dust from gases and air. They are widely used at industrial enterprises of various industries. The main advantages of the Strommashina brand cyclones: Versatility. Simple design. High purification degree. Reliability. Competitive price. The Strommashina plant can supply different brands of CN, CM, UC, RISI and SIOT cyclones. The cyclones which are the most popular and, respectively, which are most frequently supplied to the Strommashina customers are currently CN type cyclones. There are several types of them – both singular (single-cone cyclones) and pre-fabricated structure. The latter is a combined (pre-fabricated) multi-cone structures of singular cyclones consisting of 2, 4 or 6 pieces installed on the common base and bin to increase the total capacity and achieve the best result. Cyclone Separator Working Principle. Their operation principle is based on centrifugal and gravitational effects. A dusted air flow is supplied to the cyclone inlet fitting. A rotational flow is formed in the device. It is directed down the cone-shaped cyclone wall. Under the action of the centrifugal force the dust particles are removed from the flow and fall down the cone-shaped device, after which they are charged to the collecting bin. The dust waste can also be discharged using sluice valve (a rotary valve). The purified air flow is directed from the bottom up and is discharged via an exhaust pipe to the outlet air duct. More information on our website — http://strommashina.com/. The air and gas dust cyclone-based separation efficiency degree is usually determined as percentage of the full (100%) purification, and for the cyclones it is within 70 to 97%.