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Dust Collector Filters

Melissa Shea-Brooks

There are many applications for a dust collecting system. A dust collector is used to reinforce the surrounding air quality that may be discharged from commercial and industrial processes. They can collect dust and other impurities that are in the air.

Agricultural Filtration

In order to keep the crops safe from pests, farmers use pesticides. These pesticides can grow into pollutants if misused, overused and/or ignored. Air pollution from agriculture is due to the spray drift, the chemicals caught by the wind when they are being applied. Using a dust collection system can trap the chemicals and the residual dust before it can cause pollution.

Filtration for Food and Drink

Whether you are allergic to some things or nothing at all, it is important for our food to be prepared and made in a way that prevents it from interacting with other foods. Filtering the air in our food preparation areas can get rid of unnecessary particles and bacteria. When the packages for our food are being created (and if they are in the same building), they may release gases. The filters will catch the gases before they can contact the food. Filtering also protects the qualities of the product and does not allow anything to tamper with the taste. When filtering for the manufacturing drinks, chemicals and bacteria are caught to make sure the drinks are sterile for consumption.

Pharmaceutical Filtration

Filtration for pharmaceutical use focuses on liquids, gases, and sterilizing the air and those substances. The filters should be adaptable due to the variety of substances being used and emitted. The filters can catch any tested material that was released.

Metalworking Filtration

Metalworking processes produce a lot of excess particles and debris. Whether it is grinding, buffing, or polishing; fragments or chemicals of some sort are being released. Filtering the air in a metal workshop not only protects the health of the worker, but it extends their machines' life. Keeping the air clean will make their finished product have better quality as well. Metal shavings or fumes can lead to some serious health issues if there are not any precautions in place inside of the workshop.

Mist Collectors

Whether it is oil mist or water mist, it can create some serious damage. Unwanted moisture can lead to mold, rust, and growth of bacteria and allergens. Oil pollutes water and can also lead to health problems if consumed unknowingly and if ill-prepared.

Cement Filtration

The dust/powder that is created my cement and concrete often goes unnoticed. And many deem it as unimportant. Along with the ability to increase allergy and asthma symptoms, the dust can also create labored breathing to those who do not normally suffer from any sorts of breathing issues.

Welding Filtration

Air filtration for welding keeps air contaminants out of the welder's breathing area, and prevents oxygen rich or oxygen deficient atmospheres and also prevents the accumulation of flammable or combustible gases/vapors. Filtration protects the welder from smoke, dust, and fumes that can lead to health issues.

Paint Booth Filtration

A paint booth is an isolated environment that is controlled by the amount of pressure that is being used. They can be used for numerous processes such as spray-painting, woodworking, and more. Many of the processes that the booths are generally used for give of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) that can not only affect humans, but the environment as well.

Dust Collector Filters

We recommend our Burnett Process Dust Collector filters. These filters have the capability to catch very fine particles and ho;d the power to keep he air clean and safe. Depending on what the filter will be used on, the MERV rating will differ. The rating can be anywhere from 1-10 all the way to 11-20. Higher rated filters generally have a higher efficiency and can pick up more fine particulates.

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