Testing ceramic filter elements
It is shown that for cleaning hot (above 350°C) gases from highly disperse dust (carbon black) to low residual concentrations of it (not more than 1 mg/m3), it is advisable to use heat-resistant ceramic filter elements in which aluminosilicate fibers are used as filler and a mixture of organic and inorganic substances as binder. A schematic diagram of the experimental plant and the results of determination therein of the operating parameters of the filter having ceramic filter elements for cleaning synthesis gas from carbon black at 370–400°C and 0.3 MPa excess pressure are given.
KeywordsHydraulic Resistance Black Reactor Filter Element Carbon Black Concentration Carbon Black Content
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