Hydrocyclone Filtration System
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Hydrocyclone Filtration System

Working of Hydrocyclone Filtration System

Mode of Operation

The separation of solids within the hydrocyclone depends on following criteria

  • Size & shape of suspended particles.
  • Specific gravity of solid materials & viscosity of liquid.
  • Relative pressure differences inside cyclone body.
  • Physical size of cyclone.

The bottom limit for the size of particle, which can be removed, is given by the density of the solid & the density of liquid. For example it is possible to achieve filtration /separation of steel particles in water of approximately 10 microns.


The dirty liquid is fed into the cyclone through the tangential opening, which leads directly to the Vortex tube, inducing a circular flow, which creates the primary vortex. As the vortex approaches the lower nozzle, which is part of the underflow orifice, results into a throttling effect in the nozzle creating a secondary vortex moves upward towards the vortex outlet, allowing the clarified liquid to pass through the outlet pipe.

The high centrifugal force created within the primary vortex causes the solid particles to accumulate on the outside walls of the cone, where they slips down & exit through the nozzle.


Durable construction for long service life
Increased coolant life
Improved surface finish of components
Can be mounted on existing coolant tanks
Works as a pre-filter for other filtration systems


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