Coking plants are enterprises that produce products such as coke and coal tar, and their production process generates a large amount of dust and harmful gases.
Characteristics of dust and exhaust gas in coking plants
Fine dust particles: The dust particles generated by coking plants are often very small, some even reaching the micrometer level, and these small particles are difficult to be captured by conventional dust collectors.
Harmful gases: The exhaust gas from coking plants contains various harmful gases, such as hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, benzene compounds, etc. These gases are not only harmful to human health, but may also corrode dust removal equipment.
Temperature and humidity vary greatly: The production process of coking plants involves high and low temperature environments, and the exhaust gas may contain moisture, which can affect the performance and lifespan of dust removal bags.
Based on the characteristics of dust and exhaust gas in coking plants, selecting a suitable dust removal bag needs to consider the following aspects:
Material selection: For high temperature, high humidity, and highly corrosive working conditions, dust removal bag materials with high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, and high strength should be selected, such as aramid, polyimide, etc.
Filtering accuracy: Due to the small size of dust particles, dust removal bags with high filtering accuracy should be selected to better capture small particles.
Breathability: Dust removal bags with good breathability can improve the performance of dust removal equipment and reduce energy consumption. Meanwhile, for waste gas containing moisture, dust removal bags with waterproof properties should be selected.
Cost effectiveness: On the premise of meeting performance requirements, reasonable and cost-effective dust removal bags should be selected to reduce the overall cost of dust removal equipment.
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