Dust Collection Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Dust Collector Filters Capture Coarse and Fine Particles

    Certain dust collector filters, including HEPA air filters, electrostatic precipitators (ESP), pleated bag filters and cartridge filters, work best with specific applications. HEPA and ESP can capture the smallest dust particles that you may not even notice, but that can cause serious damage. This respirable dust can penetrate deep into the tissue of the respiratory system, past the body's mucous and other natural defenses. Inhalable dust is a bit bigger and does get trapped by the body's filtering mechanisms, but is still not good to be breathing in. For this...

  • Wet Dust Collectors: Powerful Wet-Dry Vacs and More

    In an industrial setting, there's not always just dry dust floating around, but a combination of particulates, fumes, mist, oil and other liquids that need to be safely collected and cleaned up. If your application involves filtering a combination of dust and mist from the airstream, you might consider ceiling or wall mount media collectors and/or portable dust and mist collectors. The portable unit acts as a wet-dry vacuum to capture smoke, fumes and dust at the source with its flexible swing arm. The mounted unit draws the wet and...

  • Dust Collection in the Work Place

    Dust collectors are a major piece of equipment for many different kinds of companies. They can be found in wood shops, manufacturing factories, industrial buildings and many more. With a high ranking on the safety scale many companies install these and use them on a daily basis. When production of products is taking place in a building, many toxins and particles are released into the air creating air pollution. Dust collector manufactures know how important this product is for the people that need to use them. They can help companies...

  • IQS Newsroom Featured Profile: Quality Air Management

    Dust Collecting Systems In 1992 a technical sales agency under the name of Quality Air Management began serving industry with dust collectors and accessories. By 2003 QAM changed its focus to the design and manufacture of advanced dust collection systems and innovative accessories previously unavailable. QAM has since become an industry leader in the development of new dust collection equipment. Read More......

  • Ultra-Flow, Inc. Shares Four Service Reports

    January 22nd 2013 – Ultra-Flow, Inc. is happy to provide four service reports on current projects they are working on involving powder spray booths. Ultra-Flow provided these customers with great service and solutions to their issues.  Project in Michigan- The issue was dust bleeding through filters after 89 hours of operation with a system that involved coating parts with PVC Powder. It was revealed that the problem was taking place during the pulse cleaning action the cake was also being blown off the media. The solution was to, below the...

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Dust Collection

Dust collection minimizes air particle contamination in workshops, plants and manufacturing facilities. Particles are released from material processing in nearly every fabrication industry, from large wood shaving particles or metal shaving particles to fine, respirable chemicals and smoke particles. Air particles released during manufacturing processes are hazardous to both worker and equipment health, quickly leading to a number of problems if particles are not removed from facility air.

Dust collection addresses this problem of air contamination by drawing contaminated air into a collection apparatus, trapping harmful particles and releasing cleaner air into the atmosphere or back onto the work floor. Applications requiring dust collection include sanding, sawing, or grinding almost anything, metalworking, toxic media, product recovery, scrap metal recycling, chemical processing and steel sintering. Dust collection is a vital process for coal handling, cement fabrication, metal fabrication, mining, chemical processing, woodworking, recycling and agricultural industries, among many others. State OSHA regulations require industries with smoke-, dust-, or particle-emitting processes to comply with clean air standards for their workplaces, and environmental regulations limit acceptable outdoor emissions. As the dust collection industry advances, smaller and more efficient filtering equipment is being developed to meet increasingly strict occupational safety and environmental regulations.

Different types of dust collectors can be used in dust collection systems including bag houses, cyclone dust collectors, jet dust collectors, and portable dust collectors. Baghouses, the most common dust collector design, draw dirty air in through ducts to a hopper-shaped baghouse containing fabric filters bags. A large blower creates a vacuum that draws the air from the facility into the collection chamber and then through the fabric bags, leaving behind the dust, smoke and particles; the clean air exits through the fan at the outlet, while dust particles settle into an airlock at the bottom of the hopper. Similarly, jet dust collectors are a type of baghouse that use jets of reversed air to shake the dust-caked fabric bag filters free of dirt. Cyclone dust collectors are inertial separators which use centrifugal air movement within a hopper-shaped chamber to separate particles from the air; the heavier particles hit the outer wall of the hopper and gravity brings them down to the bottom of the hopper, where they are collected. Portable dust collectors, which generally use fabric or cartridge filters, can be moved around to various workstations for localized dust collection. Wet dust collectors are special dust collection devices that can capture both solid particulate and gaseous impurities in the air using chemical reactions and absorption techniques, and are often used to collect flammable metal dusts like magnesium, aluminum or titanium.


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