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Cyclone Separators
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MODEL 10/20/30 Cyclone Separators These cyclone separators utilize a one-piece pressure casing, eliminating temperature and pressure constraints imposed by designs using bolted and gasketed casing covers. The simple construction reduces the maintenance and inventory costs associated with more complex designs. The efficient, lightweight assembly provides lower pipe stress when inline mounted, while offering operating pressures up to 207 bar/3000 psi. One-Piece Pressure Casing. Tungsten Carbide (Model 10), Stellite (Model 20), and Stellite/Stainless Steel (Model 30) Inserts. NPT, Socket Weld, Butt Weld, or Military O-Ring Connection Chemical Processing Food Processing Metal Finishing Municipal Pipeline Pharmaceutical Power Generation Pulp and Paper Refinery Water Treatment ASTM A744 GRD CF8M: ASTM A 494 GRD M35-1: ASTM A 890 GRD 1A: ASTM A 890 GRD 4A: ASTM A 494 GRD CW12MW: 316SS Monel® 400 25-5 Duplex 2205 Duplex Hastelloy C Monel is a registered trademark of Inco Alloys International, Inc.

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Cyclone Separators Dimensional Data (mm) I Dimensional Data (inches) *N0TE: Model 30 is manufactured with E dimension located to the opposite side as shown.

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MODEL 10/20/30 Cyclone Separators Technical Data There are several operational factors that will adversely affect the expected performance of your cyclone separator. ■ Abrasive Particle Size and Specific Gravity A cyclone separator’s removal efficiency increases as the particle size increases and as the differential between the liquid and particle’s specific gravity increases. The practical lower limit of particle sizes for effective separation is 1 micron. The particle’s specific gravity must always be greater than the fluid’s. Solids Content The solids content of the pumped fluid should...

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MODEL 10/20/30 Cyclone Separators Selection Requirements Cyclone separator performance is affected by many factors, but the following procedure will normally be satisfactory for selection requirements. For further guidance, consult John Crane. ■ STEP 2 Establish the required total capacity of the cyclone separator. Total Capacity (GPM or LPM) = Clean Flow Rate x 1.4 STEP 5 If the selected separator gives a flow rate greater than the maximum acceptable, a flow controller should be fitted at position A as shown in the diagram on the previous page. STEP 1 Determine the maximum and minimum...

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