Large Capacity Down-Flow Type Industrial Dust Collector System
In normal pulse jet collector operations, air enters the hopper and flows
upwards. When bags or cartridges are pulse jet cleaned some dislodged dust
is re-entrained, thus reducing the cleaning and filtering efficiency. But
down-flow design reverses the direction, forcing dislodged dust to fall directly
into the dust collector hopper. This results in much cleaner filters and
lower operating pressure drop. High filtration velocity and fine particulate
applications applications will be especially benefited by down-flow design.
Compact modular design
A number of factory-assembled modules are available to meet varying space
requirements. For those areas with low headroom, specify modules two elements
high (8 elements/module). Where floor space is at a premium and headroom
is not a consideration, specify modules either three elements high (12
elements/module) or four high (16 elements/module). A typical unit can save
much as 40% in floor space and from one to three feet in high in height compared
to standard collectors of the same capacity.
Designed for easy maintenance
Two-element high-units can be serviced without the need for walk-ways or
platforms: a benefit of down flows unique front cartridge removal design,
three- and four-high units can be accessed from a short platform or scaffold.
Service personnel gain entry into cartridge compartment through convenient
access portholes. Unscrew the knob/handle and remove the door to expose
cartridges. Workers are always outside the unit, on the clean air side, away
from hazardous conditions.
Down-flow flexibility for custom system design
You can specify for present anticipated filtration needs, or you can install
a small unit now and expand it later with additional modules. Standard packages
are as large as nine modules long, with air handling capacities up to 60,000
cfm. These may be joined in the field to meet ant system requirements.
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