Unit for Nuisance Dust Control
Jun 12 2009 Read 1344 Times
Two strong brands in the air quality sector have been brought together in a strategic partnership providing industry with solutions to nuisance dust problems Eximo (Australia) has released its new Unimaster dust control unit based on the technical expertise of dust handling giant, Donaldson Australasia. The Unimaster dust control unit is an economical and effective solution for the
diverse range of nuisance dust problems encountered during industrial processes. Contaminated air from the dust generation source is drawn through the inlet to the filter by the fan. Initially some pre-separation takes place as heavier dust particles lose momentum and fall into the collection bin or hopper.
Finer dusts are carried up to the filter elements where they are retained on the surface of the filter fabric. The cleaned air passes through the filter fabric into the fan chamber and is discharged back to atmosphere. For cleaning, when the fan is switched off the filter fabric cleaning cycle is automatically activated. The dust is dislodged from the filter elements by the
oscillating motion of the shaker motor, and falls into the collection bin below. The Unimaster is an ideal dust collector for intermittent operations in plant processes. Several small self-contained Unimaster units can be placed at the points of dust generation. This approach results in total dust capture and flexibility of operation.
This integrated concept brings many benefits including lower capital cost: lower operating and energy costs, simplified maintenance, plant flexibility, and minimisation of safety hazards.
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