Reverse pulse dust collectors use filter cartridges which are cleaned whilst the collector is in operation ensuring the efficiency of the collector is maintained. A short pulse of air causes the dust accumulated on the cartridges to fall into collection bins below at pre-determined intervals keeping the cartridges clean whilst the collector is in operation. Reverse pulse dust collectors can be used with high specification filters on hazardous dust applications and can be operated in conjunction with secondary or HEPA filters for increased efficiency.
Bag type dust collectors use pocket bag filters to remove any airborne dust from the system. The retained dust is removed from the filter bag by a short vibration cycle where all material is dislodged which falls into the collection bin. The shake cycle is carried out automatically when the unit is powered down at the end of the shift. Different types of filter material are available for a wide range of applications. The efficiency of our units exceed the requirements of both the EPA and COSHH legislation. The key to low running costs is the extra filter material we use in our collectors which extends the life of the filter and increases the visiblity in your shot blast booth.
Our portable range of site dust collectors use a principle of operation identical to our reverse pulse dust collectors. They differ from our portable range as they are designed specifically for robust handling on site. The low centre of gravity prevents accidents during movement around site and damage from high winds. These portable units make them ideal for use on bridge maintenance contracts and in shipyard environments. The units are available with secondary HEPA filtration on applications where the hazardous nature of the coating is unknown. Our unit is available rated at 8000 cfm and is fitted with two 14″ diameter inlet spigots.
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