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Wet Dust Collector Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of wet dust collector manufacturers and suppliers. Find wet dust collector companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture wet dust collectors to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top wet dust collector manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the wet dust collector companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of downdraft tables, spark arrestors, or cyclone dust collectors of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Cary, NC 800-267-5585

    Quality Air Management manufactures a complete line of dust collectors. Our line includes baghouse dust collectors, wet dust collectors, portable dust collectors, and fume extractors. Our wet dust collector is used to filter hazardous and combustible dust such as aluminum, magnesium, and titanium. Call today to find the right product for your air management needs.

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  • Alsip, IL 708-597-7090

    Our wet dust collectors can put you at an advantage from your competitors. Our wet dust collectors are compact and are able to handle high dust loads with no precleaner necessary. Other products include baghouse dust collectors, bin vent dust collectors, cyclone dust collectors, and more. All engineering and design is handled in our office in Alsip, IL., and our staff of knowledgeable, experienced, and stable personnel are on hand to assist you with every step of the way.

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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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  • Las Vegas, NV 702-848-3990

    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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  • Minneapolis, MN 952-887-3131

    Donaldson is a designer and manufacturer of quality industrial dust collector products. Our product offerings include dust collectors, bag houses, oil mist collectors, cyclones and other dust collecting systems.

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  • Cleveland, OH 216-502-3182

    Our team of experts at Cardinal Air Design is committed to providing our customers with innovative solutions and dust collection products that they can depend on. We believe in not only meeting customer expectations, but surpassing them. That's why we work with you from the ground up in designing our dust collection equipment. We also design and install central vac systems, wet collectors, mist collectors, and ductwork.

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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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Wet Dust Collectors

Dusting is often thought of as a causal household task, but this practice is also quite important to the upkeep of industrial and commercial processes and the health of the workers performing said processes. For a job like this, the solution is a dust collector. Dust collectors enhance air quality by separating dust and other impurities from air or gas. There are four main types of dust collectors. One of these is the wet dust collector, also called the wet dust scrubber. Wet dust collectors use some sort of liquid, most commonly water, to separate and absorb dust and other fine particulates.

All varieties of wet dust collectors have one of three basic configurations: gas-humidification, gas-liquid contact (inertial impaction, interception, diffusion or condensation nucleation) or gas-liquid separation. After collection, the “cleaned” or “scrubbed” gases are normally passed through a demister to remove the added water droplets. Afterwards, the dirty water is either cleaned and discharged or recycled to the dust collector. Dust is removed using a clarification unit or drag tank chain, the latter of which will remove the sludge and deposit it in a dumpster or stockpile. There exist multiple types of wet dust collectors, categorized by pressure drop. They are as follows: low-energy collectors (0.5 to 2.5 inches water gauge and 124.4 to 621.9 Pa), low-to-medium energy collectors (2.5 to 6 inches water gauge and 0.622 to 1.493 kPa), medium-to-high energy collectors (6 to 15 inches water gauge and 1.493 to 3.731 kPa) and high-energy collectors (greater than 15 inches water gauge and greater than 3.731 kPa).

One type of low-energy wet dust collector is the gravity-spray-power scrubber. This scrubber collects atomized liquid droplets that form in its spray nozzles, which then fall through rising exhaust gases. Dirty water is drained at the bottom. Gravity-spray-power scrubbers are approximately 70% efficient on 10 µm particles, and work poorly under this threshold. They do, however, treat relatively high dust concentrations without clogging. An example of the low-to-medium energy wet dust collector is the wet cyclone, which uses centrifugal force to spin dust particles, throwing them onto its wetted wall, where the dust is then washed away by water introduced from the top. These collectors operate efficiently for 5 µm particles and above. Markets for wet dust collectors include woodworking, food processing, foundry, material handling, building restoration, plastics and resins, and much more.

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