Jet Dust Collectors Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of jet dust collector manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source jet dust collector manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate jet dust collector companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture jet dust collectors for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading jet dust collector manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for jet tools, pulse jet collector, or non-compartmentalized dust collectors.

Related Categories

More Jet Dust Collectors Companies Click


  • Heat Wave Stirs Up Dust

    There has been a recent heat wave across the Midwest, and Michigan was not spared by the sweltering temperatures. The beach has become more crowded than a mall on Christmas Eve, and people that are not lucky enough to live in air conditioning are migrating to cooler temperatures. While I was doing my daily check of the weather for the coming week in order to plan my outfits (dorky, I know) I was almost blown away by the temperatures I saw on the computer screen. Temperatures were expected to hit...

  • Jet Dust Collectors: Cleaning with Blasts of Compressed Air

    There is a popular brand of small, portable dust collectors called JET; however, the following refers to jet dust collectors as any unit that uses compressed air to clean its filters. In a large facility, a central dust collection system can do the work of many individual air cleaner units and consists of different types of dust collection equipment, including inertial separators like cyclones that act as pre-sorters to remove large chips; then media collectors (cartridges or bag houses) remove the fine particles. If we go deeper inside the media...

  • The Vortex Jet Dust Collector

    One of the main problems in any woodworking factory is the high amount of dust and sawdust created through the process of manufacturing and cutting wood pieces. The dust is dangerous, because not only can it cause health risks in employees- like eye problems, lung damage, and reduced visibility- it can also cause problems in the factory itself. Too much dust can clog machines, leading to performance problems that can cause the cutting equipment to dull, grease and dust to mix and gum up motors and other equipment, and even...

  • Explosions and Fires in Dust Collectors

    by Gary Berwick, P.Eng., Quality Air Management *** A note from the Editor: As bizarre as it sounds, dust explosion is a very real danger for manufacturers - particularly manufacturers dealing with powder bulk solids. In one incident alone last year, 14 workers at Imperial Sugar plant died in a sudden dust explosion, and MSNBC reports that "more than 300 dust explosions have killed more than 120 workers in grain silos, sugar plants and food processing plants over the past three decades". John Bresland from the Chemical Safety Board makes...

Industry Information

Jet Dust Collectors

Jet dust collectors, also called pulse-jet dust collectors or reverse-jet dust collectors, minimize air particle contamination in workshops, plants and manufacturing facilities using short bursts of compressed air. Jet dust collectors offer continuous operation and cleaning without interrupting the air flow because the short burst of air is so minor compared to the total volume of contaminated air in the device. As a result, jet dust collectors are typically not compartmentalized.

Jet dust collectors are one of the most widely used types of dust collecting systems because they require little maintenance, can clean high density dust and offer excellent filter efficiency. However, jet dust collectors take up more space than most other types of dust collectors, often requiring outdoor installation. Industries that benefit from jet dust collectors include pharmaceutical, cement, iron and steel, petrochemical, agricultural, food processing, automotive and mining. Ideal applications for jet dust collectors include product recovery, dust capturing, separating and filtering explosive media, metalworking chips, toxic media, central vacuum cleaning and pneumatic conveying.

A type of bag house, jet dust collectors utilize fabric filters, or bags, to capture contaminated gas particulates and release clean air back into the workplace. In jet dust collection, the bags lined up in a row and are supported by a metal cage, which is fastened onto a cell plate, also called a tube sheet, at the top of the jet dust collector. As contaminated air enters the jet dust collector, it flows from the outside to the inside of the bags. The metal cage ensures that the bags do not collapse from the additional weight. The bags are then cleaned by short bursts of compressed air that are controlled by a timer control board that utilizes a solenoid valve enclosure and a diaphragm valve on the outside of the filter housing. The compressed air is then injected through a compressed air manifold that is mounted at the top of the jet dust collector over the row of bags. The compressed air is then accelerated due to venturi nozzles, nozzles that reduce fluid pressure resulting from fluid flowing through a constricted section of pipe, that are mounted over the top of each bag. About 0.01 seconds, the burst of compressed air is so short that it acts as a rapid-motion air bubble, traveling through the entirety of the bag and causing the bag surfaces to flex. When the bag surfaces flex, the bag breaks the dust cake and the dislocated dirt falls into the storage hopper down below. The clean air then rises and exits out of an exhaust output at the top of the jet dust collector.

Jet Dust Collector
Power Dust Collector
Jet Dust Collectors - J.D.B. Dense Flow Inc.
Jet Dust Collectors - APC Technologies, Inc.

Move to Top