The inlet and outlet air volume refers to the speed at which air flows through the filter cartridge, which is an important indicator for measuring the performance of the filter cartridge dust collector. Properly setting the inlet and outlet air volume can maximize the effectiveness of the filter cartridge dust collector and avoid inefficiencies caused by excessive or slow pressure loss due to excessive wind speed.
Ideal set value for the inlet and outlet air volume of the filter cartridge dust collector
Generally speaking, the inlet air volume of the filter cartridge dust collector should be within the range of 4-6 meters per second per hour, and the outlet air volume should be between 7-8 meters per second per hour. However, this should also be adjusted according to the actual situation and the capacity of the filter cartridge.
How to set the air intake volume?
According to the air quality to be processed and the total demand in the room, set an appropriate intake air volume, and generally calculate the optimal intake air volume through a formula.
How to set the air volume of the air outlet?
The air volume at the outlet should not be higher than that at the inlet, otherwise it will cause an increase in internal pressure of the equipment and affect work efficiency. It is recommended to set the air volume at the outlet at a speed that is 15% -20% lower than the air volume at the inlet.
The specific steps are as follows:
Firstly, determine the size of the space to be processed and the degree of purification;
Calculate the area and capacity of the filter cartridge;
Set the inlet and outlet air volume based on the calculation results to ensure the purification effect while controlling the wind resistance;
Pay attention to indoor and outdoor temperature differences to prevent excessive pressure loss;
Conduct experimental adjustments to find the most suitable range of air flow.
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