New heavy-duty dust collector meets high pressure, high vacuum challenge (3/15)

Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control announced in a recent press release that the company has introduced a new Gold Series® High Vacuum (GSHV) dust collector that controls emissions in applications up to 17 inches Hg vacuum or 8 psi positive pressure. It combines the proven features of the company’s Gold Series collectors — rugged construction, high efficiency cartridge filtration and ease of service — into a heavily reinforced dust capture vessel designed for use as a central vacuum system, positive or negative product receiver or high pressure bin vent in a full range of industries and processes.

The GSHV collector comes with a choice of two or four Gold Cone™ HemiPleat® filter cartridges, available in two efficiencies: 99.99 percent (MERV 11) or 99.999 percent (MERV 15/16) on 0.5 micron particles. A cyclonic tangential inlet knocks out most of the dust as it enters the collector, minimizing dust contact with the filters for prolonged service life. The unit can be configured as a stand-alone dust collector or can be used for bin vent applications without the hopper and support structure. It also has a pulse-cleaning system regulated by a user-friendly solid state control panel.

Optional features include a horizontal explosion vent for combustible dust applications, a bag-in/bag-out (BIBO) access door and continuous liner discharge for pharmaceutical or hazardous dusts, and a 55-gallon drum or self-dumping hopper for collection of discharged dust.

For further information on Gold Series GSHV dust collectors, contact Camfil Farr APC at (800) 479-6801 or (870) 933-8048; fax (800) 222-6891; or write to Camfil Farr APC, 3505 S. Airport Road, Jonesboro, AR 72401; e-mail filterman@farrapc.com; web www.farrapc.com; direct link http://farrapc.com/products/high-vacuum/.

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