The cyclone dust collector is a traditional de-dusting unit designed to ensure that less material dust is released into the environment. Since the cyclone has a centrifugal effect, a dual vortex is required to separate air from material/fine dust. The main vortex spirals downward and carries most of the dust particles. The inner vortex, created near the bottom of the cyclone, spirals upward. This upward stream is cleaner air, which nonetheless still carries a small amount of dust particles. All the material/dust that has been separated by the cyclone is received and stored in the dust collector underneath. The dust collector is a small pressure tank that is pressurised when full and can be discharged to another destination.