LEBANON, PA — Process equipment manufacturer Van Tongeren America located in Lebanon, PA has unveiled a line of industrial cyclone separation systems. Specified to separate dry particles from a stream of air or other gas and remove momentum, the Van Tongeren cyclones are custom-engineered for dust collection, particle classification and/or material recovery to achieve maximum collection efficiency based on the desired cut point, material load, airstream velocity and other factors.
Ideal for installation downstream from dryers, coolers, boilers, combusters, pneumatic conveyors, and from other dry processing equipment, the industrial cyclones excel in processing aggregates, cement, foods, pharmaceuticals, metals, and a diverse variety of other particulates.
The cyclones are designed with no moving parts for low maintenance and may be manufactured with a range of proprietary linings for long-term protection against wear due to abrasive, corrosive and/or high-temperature gasses and materials. Cyclones engineered for sterile, cleanroom and other controlled and difficult environments are also available.
Van Tongeren pioneered the use of cyclones for dust collection in 1927 and its concepts form the basis of nearly every industrial cyclone operating worldwide. Today, the cyclones are designed in the company’s Lebanon, PA headquarters.