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Dust Collection Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of dust collection equipment manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top dust collection equipment manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any dust collection equipment company can design, engineer, and manufacture dust collection equipments to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach dust collection equipment companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of dust collection tools, commercial dust collection, and dust collection devices.

  • Cary, NC 800-267-5585

    We have been providing a definitive answer to dust collection and control equipment for more than two decades. We’re staffed by the most knowledgeable experts in the business – our professionals have over 110 years of combined experience. Visit our website or call us to learn how we can solve your contaminant and debris management problems.

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  • Alsip, IL 708-597-7090

    At Scientific Dust Collectors, the proof is in the performance. We base the design and engineering of our dust collection equipment on sound theory, sound engineering practice, and extensive field experience. We don’t sacrifice quality--we aim to put quality and value back into our dust collectors that our competitors leave out for the sake of saving costs. With our dust collection equipment, we guarantee long-term performance, efficiency, and filter life.

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  • Raleigh, NC 800-635-0298

    At Controlled Air Design, we supply industrial vacuuming and dust collection to aerospace, defense, pharmaceutical, agriculture, manufacturing, and countless others. Our custom designed and built systems are common, and our engineering team can help find the dust collection system that’s right for your application.

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  • Theodore, AL 888-281-2643

    Blast Pots, Dust Collectors (Electric & Diesel), & Vacuums (Electric & Diesel), & Air Prep Units are a specialty of MES. We can help size your project from top to bottom! From the right size Dust Collector to the right size Vacuum for your needs, we have the experience in the Sandblast & Painting marketing to be an asset to your company! Regardless of your project size, we’ve got well maintained equipment to help you complete it on time!

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  • Holland, MI 616-990-8005

    Our Ambient dust collectors operate by drawing air/pollutants into the intakes, through a series of filters starting with a spark arrestor. Next a Pleated Pre-filter removes unwanted material (filters may vary depending your filtration needs). Then finally through a 10 cell, 21” deep, industrial fiberglass bag filter. The air is then circulated through the unit and out the clean air vent located on the front of unit (VT model clean air vent is located on top of unit).

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  • Hartland, WI 800-854-0030

    Our dust collecting systems are designed to eliminate respirable airborne contaminants from the work environment. We believe that eliminating airborne contamination in the workspace can lead to better employee performance and a lower rate of absenteeism. Therefore, we focus on excellence and customer satisfaction and will handle your unique dust collection challenge.

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Dust Collection Equipment

Dust collection equipment encompasses a wide variety of devices and systems designed to minimize air particle contamination in workshops, plants, manufacturing facilities or any commercial or industrial space. The pollutants produced in these environments, such as volatile organic compounds, metalworking chips, hydrocarbon and solvent fumes can have serious environmental and biological ramifications if not properly removed from the air and disposed of.

Regulatory and insurance agencies often require that dust collection equipment be installed in areas in which air quality is threatened by industrial processes; this is done to maintain healthy work environments. Removing dust from the air not only benefits the employees, but it also improves equipment functionality, productivity, and longevity as even small amounts of dust can clog and damage motors. Industries such as coal handling, cement and metal fabrication, woodworking, agriculture, medical, electronic and even food processing utilize a variety of dust collecting systems. In many of these situations, a retrieval component is added to equipment to recover, recycle and reuse manufacturing byproducts such as metal chips and liquids that are still very valuable. Product recovery is one of many considerations involved in the selection of dust collection equipment. Airflow, system power, motor and spatial requirements, storage capacity, minimum particle size, dust type and maintenance needs  should all be carefully weighed as improper equipment can result in decreased productivity and product failure.

In general, dust collectors work by drawing contaminated air through a filter, which captures and collects particles before releasing purified air back into the workspace or atmosphere. Though specific equipment varies, most dust collectors have the same basic components. A blower, dust filter, filter cleaning system, dust receptacle and dust removal system are present in nearly every type of collector unit. While systems can be singular, most high use equipment employ multiple filtration devices, some using up to four filter components. Baghouses, cartridge collectors, wet and jet dust collectors, ambient units, collection booths, downdraft tables and overhead hoods are all specific pieces of equipment. Baghouses are the most common apparatus employed due to efficiency and versatility. Units may be portable dust collectors or stationary. Industrial dust collectors are often stationary due to size while portable systems are often smaller and more easily transported from workstation to workstation. No mater the kind or mobility, every piece of dust collection equipment uses inertial separators, fabric filters, wet scrubbers, electrostatic precipitators, unit collectors or any combination of these to effectively and efficiently remove particulates from an air source.

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