Recent adoption of electrostatic recirculation in the same cyclone system has successfully proven to further reduce particle emissions, even in the [1;5]µm particle size range, assuring future regulation compliance, particularly where legal limits are very tight, with the objective of bag filter redundancy.


A DC high voltage is applied to the concentrator, allowing the recirculation of very fine nanometric particles, more resistant to centrifugal forces, to the cyclone collector. After having been separated in the recirculator and concentrated in the recirculation flow, electrically charged fine particles are attracted by the cyclone walls, while agglomerating with larger particles entering the system - both promoting their easier capture.


Since particles are not captured on the walls of the recirculator, contrary to ESPs, ReCyclone® EH systems avoid the problem of dust accumulation and condensation.

Additionally, ReCyclone® EH systems have low sensitivity to either low or high dust electrical resistivity and the HV required power is only 10 to 15 % of that used in ESPs.


Electrostatic recirculation for fine particle capture was the winner of the Portuguese Environmental Press Award in 2008 and nominee for the European Environmental Press Award 2008.

EH (Dedusting) <<brsxil
ReCyclone EH System for emission control of a Clinker Cooler Dedusting System in a cement manufacturer in Brazil (95 250 m3/h at 250ºC)
  • Inlet concentration (mg/Nm3) [48 000]
  • Guaranteed emissions after Hurricane System (mg/Nm3) [50]
Confidential
Brazil
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MH (Steel) iltimo
ReCyclone EH System for collecting dust originated in a sponge iron kiln (51 000 m3/h at 190ºC)
  • Inlet concentration (mg/m3) [35 000]
  • Efficiency (%) [>99.80%]
Confidential
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ReCyclone EH
ReCyclone EH
Biomass and Coal Combustion
ReCyclone EH
ReCyclone EH
Nanoparticles
ReCyclone EH
ReCyclone EH
Steel and Ferroalloys
ReCyclone EH
ReCyclone EH
Biomass and Coal Combustion