Processing Magazine

Brochure highlights technology used in high-efficiency dust collection

October 21, 2009

The brochure describes updated technology for the high-efficiency dust collection of soluble and insoluble particulate, 3 microns and above. Highlights of the dust collector include low maintenance and operating expense advantages. The brochure also discusses new “green” technology, which lowers waste volume and recycles the small amount of water the systems uses and includes application profiles from Kraft, Barnes Aerospace, Florida Tile, Musashi Auto Parts and others, describing how the technology is used to collect particulate generated by their process. Detailed illustrations and chart show the system''s standard capacities which range from 500 cfm to 50,000 cfm. Materials of construction include polypropylene, 304 and 316 stainless steel, PVC and alloy materials. The unit is a frequently specified dust collection system for the collection of coal, aluminum, fertilizer and sugar dust. It satisfies the dust elimination requirements of stone finishing and battery manufacturing. The system is ideal for controlling emissions from solar panel manufacturing. It is the leading dust collection alternative wherever metal or plastic grinding or finishing generates variable dust loadings. The dust collector is advantageous for materials recovery. Processes that were not formerly candidates for materials recovery become good candidates as a result of the system. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the dust collection in your facility, the company offers a Pilot Plant Program. To view the brochure in its entirety, click here.