Treatment system for dust from combustion fumes

Mion Ventoltermica has long-term experience in designing, building and installing highly efficient and technological, treatment systems for dust from combustion fumes which are compliant with applicable standards on atmospheric emissions.
These systems allow you to reduce the level of dust found in combustion fumes from biomass-fired boilers using a cyclone or multi-cyclonic purifier, followed by a special insulated bag filter.
The entire line is kept under negative pressure by a suction system, which then sends the purified air to the chimney stack for emission into the atmosphere.

Treatment systems for dust from combustion fumes by Mion Ventoltermica are built according to the customer’s specific requirements and in relation to the application context and the combustion gas temperatures.

Treatment system for dust from combustion fumes

Further details on this system

Treatment systems for dust from combustion fumes by Mion Ventoltermica are installed downstream of a biomass-fired boiler and consist of a pre-reduction system, a reduction system and a suction system capable of purifying the air in full compliance with the provisions of the law.
In process terms, the combustion gases are sent along pipes into a cyclone or multi-cyclonic purifier, where the dust is initially reduced. Subsequently, the fumes are introduced in a special insulated bag filter and, once the dust has been removed, the gas is emitted into the atmosphere. The suction force is generated by a centrifugal fan.
The dust collected by the cyclone or the multi-cyclonic purifier and by the bag filter is deposited into waste bins attached to them so that it can be properly disposed of.

Mion Ventoltermica designs, manufactures and installs treatment systems for dust from combustion fumes by studying and analysing the specific needs of the customer, the application context and the temperatures reached by the combustion gases, in order to identify the best solution for the customer.

BENEFITS:

  • reduction of dust found in combustion fumes;
  • compliance with legal parameters on emissions into the atmosphere;
  • removal and storage of ash without allowing dust to escape.
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