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Industrial Dust Collectors Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial dust collector manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source industrial dust collector manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These industrial dust collector companies can design, engineer and manufacture industrial dust collectors to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these industrial dust collector manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of industrial cyclone dust collector, industrial dust control, portable industrial dust collectors.

  • Cary, NC

    We recognize the commitment to our clients to make their enterprises greener, so many of our products are equipped with environmentally-friendly features. The investment in our products is an investment in high-value solutions to the problem of airborne pollution. We make unique, advanced technology industrial dust collectors.

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  • Alsip, IL

    Scientific Dust Collectors is on the cutting edge of Dust Collection Equipment – with their ‘Patented’ cleaning system, guarantee particle emissions to be less than 0.007 grains/ft³ of air or 99.99% collection efficiency down to one (1) micron, and a filter ‘life’ guarantee. SDC offers complete in-house engineering and fabrication! Expertise with combustible dust issues, OSHA Silica Standard, and dust testing services available.

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  • Las Vegas, NV

    Baghouse.com is the single source for industrial duct collectors, filter replacement services and related equipment. Products include custom baghouses, cartridge dust collectors, baghouse filters and accessories (gauges, leak testing supplies, etc.). Services include complete system engineering, turn-key installations, efficiency consulting services and preventative maintenance programs.

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  • Statesville, NC

    Since 1963, Bruning & Federle has been producing top-quality industrial dust collecting systems for the chemical, food, furniture, paper, plastics and wood products industries. We also produce fans and airlocks. Additional services include installation as well as emergency services. Contact Bruning & Federle today to get started with us!

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  • Hartland, WI

    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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  • Langhorne, PA

    With more than 60 years as a leader in air-blast equipment, Empire produces an extensive line of dust collectors including baghouses, cartridge dust collectors, room ventilation systems, media reclaimers, and vacuum recovery systems. Suitable for tough environments, our systems efficiently clear the air of dust and debris from your work environment.

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Air Separation Technologies: The Dust Collecting Specialists

Industrial Dust Collectors Located in Milton, Air Separation Technologies is Ontario's premier supplier of industrial dust collection systems, components, and equipment. Our company distributes filtration products from industry leading manufacturers, and we also offer many of our own design, engineering, and after sales services. Read More..... Read More

Industrial Stakeholders

Clean air is important in any industry. It is essential to the health of the employees as well as the health of the environment. The community and the employees are seen as shareholders in the company, and need to be take care of respectively. Shareholders, or stakeholders, are people that have an invested commitment in the company, and who are affected by actions the company takes. In the business world that means they receive dividends and certain benefits, as well as suffer the consequences when things don't quite go as... Read More

Dust Collecting Systems Help Fight Global Warming

Global Warming has been a major environmental issue for years now. Companies have been attempting to reduce their carbon foot print after Al Gore and thousands of scientists accredited global warming to carbon dioxide admissions. According to Bill Klimczak and Gary Berwick at Quality Air Management, this basic premise should be reconsidered. They have 30 years of experience as engineers in the pollution control equipment design field and have written three books on the subject. Klimzcak and Berwick claim carbon dioxide is odorless and harmless. The gas is part of... Read More

Industrial Dust Collectors: Part of Green Manufacturing

The realm of manufacturing has two environments that need to be kept as green and healthy as possible. One, of course, is the environment of the surrounding community. The other is that of the facility itself, the interior atmosphere the workers must live and breathe in day after day. The inside of an industrial plant is a far cry from being seen as green, filled with metal and machinery, but that doesn't mean it can't be kept as healthy as possible. Much particulate is created during industrial processes, and industrial... Read More

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Industrial Dust Collectors

Industrial dust collectors are devices used to minimize the presence of various pollutants in order to maintain a high standard of clean air in workshops, plants, manufacturing facilities or any commercial or industrial space. The pollutants produced in these environments, such as volatile organic compounds, hydrocarbon and solvent fumes, can have serious environmental and biological ramifications if not properly removed from the air and disposed of.

Because of the potential hazards to worker health as well as other concerns related to air quality, regulatory and insurance agencies sometimes require that dust collectors be used to maintain healthy work environments. Some regulations even require certain degrees of soundproofing be installed around these commonly loud machines to further protect workers. The employees are not the only beneficiaries of dust collection as these devices improve productivity and equipment longevity. Even seemingly innocuous amounts of dust and debris can easily become trapped in motors and other equipment causing damage and, if allowed to accumulate, failure. In removing environmental dust or dust created as a byproduct of manufacturing, dust collectors also provide the possibility of recycling or reusing sometimes valuable dust. Metalworking applications often employ dust collectors to recover valuable titanium and other exotic metal dusts for a substantial cost savings. The many benefits of industrial dust collectors are reflected in their use in a broad array of industries including food processing, metallurgical processing, aerospace, electronics, woodworking and medical.

In general, dust collecting systems consist of a blower, dust filter, filter cleaning system, dust receptacle and dust removal system. Every industrial device will employ electrostatic precipitation, media filtration, inertia separation, air washing or any combination of these techniques to remove impurities from the workplace. The five most commonly used dust collectors are inertial separators, fabric filters, wet scrubbers, electrostatic precipitators and unit collectors, each offering different methods for specific needs. There are many considerations when selecting an industrial dust collector. Dust types can vary greatly to include hygroscopic, soluble in water, sticky, hazardous and explosive dust. Industries that produce fire hazardous dust such as aluminum and titanium often must use wet dust collectors as dry processes heighten the potential dangers of these flammable byproducts. Polypropylene construction is useful for corrosive dusts in low heat environments while stainless steel construction is used in most other applications. Not only dust type, but particle shape must also be considered. System capacity, micron size, space and maintenance are further considerations for industrial dust collector selection.



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