Pneumatic cyclones are designed to separate product carried by air. The product (air & product) is carried into the cyclone through an exhaust fan, and once it enters the cyclone, the product is rotated within the cyclone and falls to the bottom where it is removed by an airlock.
The air inside the cyclone is discharged through the aluminum shaft mounted on the cyclone, and captured by the collector pipe, and pumped into the jet filter.
Aluminum valves are manufactured by compression with injection cast technology, and since there is no air space in the cast, there is no air leakage, and the pneumatic system thus offers energy savings.
The number (quantity) of pneumatic cyclones varies according to the diagram. In a system where several pneumatic cyclones are connected in parallel on a table, power is supplied by a single motor.