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Journal Textile Coloration and Finishing
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2023 / V.35,no.4,Dec
Title Characteristics of Cyclone and Electric Dust Collection Oil Filters for Selective Removal of Fiber Tenter Air Pollutants
Authors Jin Ho Jung, Seung Hwan Ryu, Soon Duk Kwon1, and Yoon Hyun Cho1
Institution/Affiliations DYETEC, 1GETEC Co., Ltd
Pages/Total page pp.256 ~ 273 / 18
Language Korean
Abstract Among the dyeing industries, the tenter process is a process that improves the quality of fibers by drying and ironing (heat treatment) dyed fabrics, and drugs such as water repellents, antistatic agents, and fiber softeners are mainly used in these tenter processes. These drugs are vaporized in the process of treatment by high temperatures (180 ~ 230℃), and are observed in a complex form such as white smoke, oil mist, and fine dust, causing odor. To treat the complex exhaust gas at the rear end of the tenter facility, most companies operate by installing a wet scrubber and an adsorption tower alone or in parallel, but there are many problems. In particular, the insoluble oil mist at the rear end of the tenter has significantly low processing efficiency in the cleaning dust collection facility, and there is a problem in the facility by adsorption due to the occlusion phenomenon caused by the oil mist. In addition, the odor gas at the rear end of the tenter contains a lot of aldehydes, and in order to improve these various problems, a complex exhaust purification device using cyclone and electric support collector was developed. This study examined the applicability of economical and efficient technology by removing complex air pollution at the rear end of the tenter and applying improved technology than the existing technology.
Keywords textiles dye industry, air pollution prevention facility, aldehyde, tentering, odor
Reference http://koreascience.or.kr/journal/OSGGBT.page