Sonic Horns

Sonic Horns

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IAC Sonic Horns fluidize unwanted particulate buildup with high intensity, low frequency sound waves in air pollution control, food and dairy spray drying, and material handling process equipment.

IAC Sonic Horns fluidize unwanted particulate buildup with high intensity, low frequency sound waves in air pollution control, food and dairy spray drying, and material handling process equipment.

IAC has been supplying Sonic Horns to a variety of industries for over 25 years. Specific industries and products require different frequencies, sizes and materials of construction of the horn, which IAC can provide for you! Please view our informative 70 page IAC Sonic Horn Catalog. Sonic Horns can be used in the following industries: Cement, Grain, Wood, Food, Foundry, Steel, PVC Compound, Kaolin Clay, Carbon Black, Power Generation, Spray Dryer Operators and Boiler Operators as well as others. Sonic Horns have removed unwanted particulate build-up in all of the following applications:

 

 

 

  • Baghouses – cleans filter bags and hoppers
  • Food and Dairy Spray Dryers – removes sidewall build-up from dryers, baghouses and cyclones
  • Electrostatic Precipitators – reduces build-up on collector plates, electrode wires, hoppers, inlet distribution devices
  • Cyclones – eliminates sidewall build-up and discharge plugging
  • Bins & Silos – reduces funneling of powdered material and eliminates discharge plugging
  • Heat Exchangers and Economizersreduces and eliminates tube build-up
  • Ducts and Conveying Lines – eliminates wall build-up and plugging
  • Selective Catalytic Reduction Systems – removes build-up on and in catalyst
  • Fans – prevents material build-up on fan wheel

 

 

 

In some cases, IAC offers a Sonic Horn Free Trial Test. Please contact an IAC representative for complete details. 1-800-334-7431

Full Sonic Horn Catalog

  

CASE STUDIES
Blue Grass Dairy Sonic Horn Application
Sonic Horn Improves Cheese Drying
Sounding out Acoustical Energy
Sonic Horns Sounding off Against Flow Problems