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Aerodyne Introduces S Series® Dust Collector

Cleveland-based Aerodyne, a manufacturer of dry-material handling systems, has debuted its S Series® Dust Collector for separating out fine particles starting at 20 microns. According to the company, the cyclonic dust collector can pick up dusts including sawdust, fly ash, sand and coffee; and can easily handle fibrous, sticky, hygroscopic and high-temperature materials that might clog or damage filter bags or cartridges. It is designed to minimize the amount of dust particulate that can come in contact with the collector walls, enabling it to handle highly abrasive materials without the need for special anti-abrasive coatings or extra heavy-duty construction. Aerodyne also reports that when installed before baghouses or cartridge filters, the S Collector significantly increases the filter media's life and lowers labor and material costs.

The S Series Dust Collector may be used as part of a manufacturing process or to meet the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's standards for dust control in the workplace. Units come in sizes ranging from 50 to 18,000 cubic feet per minute and may be mounted vertically or horizontally.

August 4, 2009

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