Model ACL 17220
Our smallest AcoustiClean Sonic Horn is used to fluidize material inside hoppers, bins and boilers. The effective cleaning distance is up to 15’ in front of the horn and 6’ in diameter. The frequency is 220Hz and the sound pressure level 149dB.
Our newest horn, modeled after the Analytec 600, has cleaning characteristics similar to the ACL 17220, however is designed to be installed with the bell unit inside the hopper, bin, or silo.
Model ACL 34230
This two‐section horn can be used on bins and silos to break up rat‐holing and plugging as well as on boilers to keep tubes clean. The effective cleaning distance is up to 30’ in front of the horn and 15’ in diameter. The frequency is 230Hz and the sound pressure level 149dB.
Model ACL 9475
The largest AcoustiClean sonic horn is typically used in baghouse, SCR and ESP applications however can also be used effectively on top of bins and hoppers to break up bridging and rat‐holing. The effective cleaning distance is up to 60’ in front of the horn and 20’ in diameter. The frequency is 100Hz and the sound pressure level 148dB.
Model ACL 53100
This curved horn, with the same effective cleaning characteristics as the ACL 9475, was developed to overcome space limitations found in many installations. It is often a good choice when considering maintenance requirements and the need for future access to the hub unit. The frequency is 100Hz and the sound pressure level 148dB.
Maintenance Note: After several years of constant use, the sound generator will need to be re-machined back to original specifications, or replaced. The Titanium Diaphragm should be replaced each year, or earlier if the horn stops “sounding” properly.
We are often able to rebuild sound generators from sonic horn models that were not manufactured by us, such as a Drayton, and may also be able to adapt it to one of our horns, or our sound generator to another vendor’s horn.