Cased Dust Collectors.
For filtering dry powders in air circuits ducted to a central point, the system's owe their compactness to the large filter areas achieved by cartridge filtration. A typical 328 by 600mm long element has an area of 10sq m, which is two or three times that of an equivalent bag.
According to Dustcheck of Unit 2, China Street, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, tel:0178 259 9454, cartridge filtration not only saves space but also improves aerodynamic efficiency, reduces energy costs and simplifies maintenance.
We understand that collectors can be supplied for any type of dry particulate of any micronic size. With the variety of filter media available, ranging from resin-impregnated cellulose to PTFE membrane and antistatic, such systems can deliver efficiencies in excess of 99.99%, they claim.
These dust collectors are housed in heavy gauge welded and bolted steel bodies.
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|Publication:||Food Trade Review|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 1, 1999|
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