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Dust Collector Models
   Collector Model       
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   Ambient Units       Ambient units are free-hanging systems for use when applications limit the use of source-capture arms or ductwork. 
   Collection Booths       Collector booths require no ductwork, and allow the worker greater freedom of movement. They are often portable. 
   Downdraft Tables       A downdraft table is a self-contained portable filtration system that removes harmful particulates and returns filtered air back into the facility, requiring no external ventilation. 
   Source Collector       The units may be portable or stationary.  Source capture arms are used for controlling dust, smoke, fumes, and mist directly at the source. 
   Stationary Unit       Stationary collectors, such as a baghouse. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized or proprietary configuration. 
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Filtration / Separation Technology
   Process Type       
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   Dry Type       Dry Type Air Pollution Control Systems rely on absorption for removal or neutralization of gases that may be corrosive, poisonous or otherwise deleterious to the environment. 
   Wet Type       Wet Type Pollution Control Systems incorporate liquids, often water, into the process either by forcing the processed gases through a bath or by addition to the gaseous stream. 
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   Separation / Filtration System      Systems for fine removal may only contain a single filtration system (such as a filter bag or cartridge).  However, most units utilize a primary and secondary separation / filtration system.  Furthermore, some units may have third and fourth stage filtration.  All separation and filtration systems used within the unit should be specified.
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   Bag-type Units (Baghouse)       A baghouse is an air pollution abatement device used to trap particulate by filtering gas streams through large fabric bags typically made of glass fibers or fabric. 
   Cartridge-type Units       Filter cartridges are made out of a variety of synthetic fibers and are capable of collecting sub-micronic particles without creating an excessive pressure drop in the system. Filter cartridges require periodic cleaning. 
   Cyclone (Centrifugal) Separators       A cyclone separator is an apparatus for the separation of fine particles suspended in air or gas by centrifugal means. 
   Electrostatic Precipitators       Electrostatic precipitators are a type of air cleaner, which charges particles of dust by passing dust-laden air through a strong (50-100 kV) electrostatic field. This causes the particles to be attracted to oppositely charged plates so that they can be removed from the airstream. 
   Impinger System       Impinger systems are a device in which particles are removed by impacting the aerosol particles into a liquid. 
   Modular Media Type       Modular media type units combine a variety of specific filter modules in one unit. These systems can provide solutions to many air contaminant problems. A typical system incorporates a series of disposable or cleanable pre-filters, a disposable vee-bag or cartridge filter. HEPA or carbon final filter modules can also be added. Various models are available, including free-hanging or ducted installations, vertical or horizontal mounting, and fixed or portable configurations. 
   Venturi       A wet scrubber, or Venturi scrubber, is similar to a cyclone but has an orifice unit that sprays water into the vortex in the cyclone section, collecting all of the dust in a slurry system. The water media can be recirculated and reused to continue to filter the air. Eventually the solids must be removed from the water stream and disposed of. 
   Wet Spray       Wet spray achieves intimate mixing by passing the contaminated gas through a constriction partly submerged in scrubbing liquor. This creates a spray in which particulate material is scrubbed. 
   Packed Bed / Column       Packed bed or column is a common type of gas absorber in which scrubbing liquid is dispersed over packed columns containing packing material. This design provides a large surface area for gas-liquid contact. 
   Dry Injection       Dry injection is an air pollution control system that injects a dry sorbent into an exhaust stream. 
   Dry Spray       Dry spray is an air pollution control device for removing acid gases where alkaline slurry is introduced into the gas stream and the pollutants absorb into the droplets and react. The droplets dry in the gas stream, leaving particulate matter to be collected by a downstream particulate control device. 
   Circulating Fluid Bed       Circulating fluidized bed systems have high air velocities (as high as 30 feet per second) and fine particle sizes.  As a result, the fluid bed is less dense (35 pounds per cubic foot) and has no well-defined top surface. Large quantities of bed material are recaptured from the gas stream and recirculated back to the furnace to maintain bed inventory. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   Automatic Shaking (Vibrating)       Automatic (continuous or timed) shaking action provides a back and forth motion. The shaking action aids separation by spreading the material around the filter and/or bouncing the material. 
   Manual Shaking       Manual shaking action provides a back and forth motion.  The shaking action aids separation by spreading the material around the filter and/or bouncing the material. 
   Pulse-jet       Pulse-jet blasts of air are used to dislodge particles and clean the filter. 
   Reverse Air       In the reverse-air technique, air is blown back through the filter material to remove dust. The compartment must be periodically shut down for the cleaning technique to effectively remove the material from the surface of the fabric filters. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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Performance Specifications
   Airflow       Airflow is the velocity of the air stream created. 
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   Efficiency       The efficiency with which the filter system controls or eliminates contaminants. 
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   Minimum Particle Size Filtered       The minimum particle size that units are capable of filtering. 
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Applications
   Applications       
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   Abrasives       Abrasives are substances that are used for grinding, honing, lapping, superfinishing, polishing, abrasive blast cleaning, pressure blasting, peening or barrel finishing. Abrasives include natural materials such as broken up nutshells, sand, garnet, emery, corundum and diamonds; and electric furnace products like aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, and boron carbide, as well as glass and various metallic abrasives. 
   Coolant / Oil Mist       Units are capable of filtering coolant smoke and mist from metal finishing and forming processes, and machining oil mists. 
   Explosive Media       The unit is capable of filtering explosive dusts, mists, and/or fumes. 
   Fine Powders       Fine powders can include carbon black, talc, pigments, oxides, and plastic compounding dusts. 
   General Cleaning       The unit is designed for general cleaning applications. 
   Litter Pick-up       A heavy-duty vacuum unit designed to accommodate large hoses for litter pick-up. 
   Non-free Flowing       Collection of non-free flowing or sticky powders and dusts. 
   Metalworking Chips / Fluids       Collecting metal scraps poses a potential health hazard to fabricated metal workers due to the oils, lubricants, and coolants that must be collected with the metal. Once picked up by an industrial vacuum cleaner, these metalworking fluids (MWFs) emit harmful aerosols that may contaminate the working environment, damage nearby equipment, and make floors slippery. 
   Reclaim / Recycle       The unit is designed to reclaim, recycle, or recover materials for reuse. 
   Spill Recovery       Spill recovery units are typically large vehicle transports designed to reclaim or recover large spills. They are often used in fire, aviation, petrochemical, and other industrial applications. 
   Toxic Media       The unit is capable of filtering toxic materials such as dust, mist, fume, or smoke from the air 
   Welding Fumes       The unit is designed specifically for the collection of welding fumes or dust; these may include flux recovery systems. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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Features
           
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   Cleanroom Vacuum       The unit is designed specifically for cleanroom applications.  Most cleanroom vacuums will be equipped with a HEPA filter or better. 
   Continuous Duty       Continuous duty units are rated for 100% duty cycle (constant use). 
   HEPA / ULPA Filters       High efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are replaceable extended-media dry-type filters in a rigid frame having a minimum particle collective efficiency of 99.97 percent for a 0.3 micron particle, and a maximum clean filter pressure drop of 2.54 cm (1") water gauge when tested at rated air flow capacity. Ultra low penetration air (ULPA) filters are extended media dry filters in a rigid frame that have a minimum particle collection efficiency of 99.999 percent for particles greater than or equal to .12 micron in size. 
   Instrument Panel       The unit is equipped with an instrument panel for user operation.  The instrument panel may be equipped with an alphanumeric keypad, gauges, safety switches, on-off switches, or timer controls. 
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