The sound waves of the acoustic horn cause the particles to vibrate or move constantly. In principle, any type of dust, ash and flour - strongly dependent on the moisture content of the constituents - can be set in motion by acoustic cleaning up to a certain particle size. This prevents the particles from depositing on the surfaces. Unlike other cleaning methods, sound cleaning keeps clean surfaces clean. Since sound propagates spherically, reflections can also reach the backs of complicated structures.
Our acoustic cleaners are operated via a compressed air system (ACU) incl. solenoid valve and filter units. If compressed air is too dangerous for explosion protection reasons, other gases can be used instead. The solenoid valve is controlled via the process control station or a control unit.
Cleaning is carried out at intervals.