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Development of Intelligent IoT Exhaustion System for Bag Filter Collector

백필터 집진기의 지능형 IoT 탈진 시스템 개발

  • 장성철 (한국폴리텍IV대학 충주캠퍼스 기계시스템과) ;
  • 이정원 (에스엠티(주) 기술연구소)
  • Received : 2019.03.17
  • Accepted : 2019.06.03
  • Published : 2019.06.30

Abstract

A bag filter collector is a kind of air purifier that organizes several or dozens of filters to purify fine dust and release clean air into the atmosphere. If the bag filter length is less than 5m, the dust and fume attached to the bag filter could be effectively removed by passing the compressed air generated by the diaphragm valve through the venturi. Injectors that are more efficient and economical are urgently needed to achieve satisfactory results for long-bag exhaustion of more than 7 meters. In the case of existing domestic and foreign injectors, a number of blow tubes were dismantled during maintenance, and the injector and blow tube were combined to pose a number of problems, including inconvenience of work due to weight increase. In this study, injector flow for the development of the best use of interpretation of the coanda effect and the fourth round of industrial technology Intelligent automation of exhaustion, have been engineered energy than standard equipment. lowering costs and filter life to radically improve the commercial studies.

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