In industrial production, boiler bag filter is a key equipment. However, it may also encounter some common malfunctions that affect the dust removal effect. Let’s take a look together below
Fault 1: Damaged filter bag
Damaged filter bags are one of the common faults in bag filters. This may be caused by high temperature, chemical corrosion, or mechanical damage. When the filter bag is damaged, the dust removal effect will be greatly reduced. The key to solving this problem is to replace damaged filter bags in a timely manner to ensure the normal operation of the dust collector is maintained.
Fault 2: Abnormal air pump
The air pump is one of the core components in the bag filter, responsible for generating pressure and ensuring the normal operation of the filter. If the pressure of the air pump is insufficient or the air pump is damaged, it will lead to poor dust removal effect. The solution to this problem is to regularly check the pressure and operating status of the air pump, and promptly repair or replace any abnormal situations.
Fault 3: Pipeline blockage
The pipeline of the bag filter is also prone to blockage, which can affect the normal flow of air flow and lead to a decrease in dust removal efficiency. The key to identifying the cause of blockage is to regularly clean the pipeline and monitor for the accumulation of foreign objects in the pipeline.
Fault 4: Electrical malfunction
The electrical equipment in the boiler bag filter may also malfunction, such as switch failure, loose wiring, and other issues. These faults may cause the dust collector to fail to start or stop working properly. In this case, it is necessary to promptly inspect the electrical equipment and carry out repairs or replacements.
Fault 5: Ash hopper overflow
The ash hopper is an important component in a bag filter used to collect dust. If the capacity of the ash hopper is not large enough or not cleaned in time, it will cause overflow of the ash hopper. This will directly affect the dust removal efficiency of the dust collector. The solution to this problem is to regularly clean the ash hopper and ensure that its capacity meets the requirements.
In addition to the common faults mentioned above, the boiler bag filter may also encounter other problems, such as inaccurate pressure control, long cleaning cycle, etc. When solving these faults, we need to comprehensively consider multiple factors such as equipment operation status and working environment, and take appropriate repair measures in a timely manner.
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