Camfil APC launches new Gold Series X-Flo industrial dust collector
Built on 20 years of proven performance
The new Gold Series X-Flo (GSX) industrial dust collector from Camfil APC is the industry’s best-in-class dust collection system built on 20 years of successful performance of the company's award-winning Gold Series collector. GSX dust collectors are ideal for industrial applications that produce or process fine, fibrous and heavy dusts and fumes.
GSX collectors are designed in modules, so they are easy to build and assemble. Each module handles airflows up to 6,000 cfm using four Gold ConeTM X-Flo filter cartridges. Camfil designed these new filter cartridges with more pleated media and surface area than ever before, so they can move more air and process more dust without increasing the collector’s overall footprint.
The collector also features a newly-engineered inlet and unique baffle configuration that creates a more uniform airflow, which extends the life of the filters. When the filters are pulse cleaned, more dust is channeled directly into the hopper instead of into the adjacent filters.
GSX dust collectors exceed OSHA mandates for indoor air quality and are tested to meet NFPA and ATEX standards. They are available with many explosion protection options including explosion vents, isolation valves, integrated safety monitoring filters and fire-retardant filter cartridges.
GSX collectors are ideal for use in the pharmaceutical, mining, food and chemical processing industries. They also provide a safer work environment in metalworking applications like welding, thermal spray, plasma cutting, laser cutting and abrasive blasting.
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About Camfil APC
Camfil APC is a leading global manufacturer of dust, fume and mist collection equipment and is part of Camfil, the world’s largest air filtration company. For further information, contact Camfil APC at 1-800-479-6801 (U.S./Canada) or 1-870-933-8048 (Latin America); email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.camfilapc.com.