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10 Reasons You Want a Reverse Pulse Dust Collector

10 Reasons You Want a Reverse Pulse Dust Collector

Many applications today need an advanced design dust collector to move the collected dust off the filter and/or to be able to store the dust created by a large size gun(s) in a cost effective blasting speed. These circumstances often require a dust collector that is larger than the blasting cabinet itself, creating a need for freestanding Reverse Pulse Dust Collector.

10 Reverse Pulse Dust Collector Benefits

  1. They allow continuous machine operation, cleaning the dust collector without stopping. This is a benefit over some models that must be shut down allowing the cleaning process to begin.
  2. The cleaning and maintenance of any blasting cabinet dust collector is the responsibility of the user. This is because of the high degree of operating variables. Daily operation, blasting pressure, part hardness, abrasive hardness, abrasive recycle rate, material be removed from the part and other factors require the user to match the cleaning cycles with their specific application.
  3. A reverse pulse dust collector has increased storage capacity, which reduces maintenance. These units include large dust storage hopper and large dust removal drum standing nine to ten feet in total height. Some companies offer a shorter dust collector height using horizontal filter but the more efficient vertical filters are best with any blasting cabinet.  These dust collectors often include monitor gauge to indicate the condition of the filter themselves.
  4. They offer longer run times, reduced maintenance and higher part production for any blasting application. These stand-alone dust collectors can work with manual and automated abrasive blasting cabinets.
  5. Large gun size, multiple guns and filthy parts require lots of dust storage capacity. If the dust collector fails so does the blasting process.
  6. Reverse pulse cleaning removes the collected dust during operation using a unique directional flow reversal through the dust collector.
  7. This type of dust collector has the slowest possible air speed through the filters that simply increase the efficiency of the filtering process.
  8. If you need this type of dust collector but instead rely on the operator to clean an undersized dust collector, more often than not the results will be a failed blasting machine.
  9. A reverse pulse dust collector can be equipped with negative pressure HEPA after filter for even greater efficiency and machine cell operation.
  10. Know that this type of dust collector it can cost more than the blasting cabinet, but under buying a low budget will result in a failed system that costs more in the long run.