Improving operating efficiency with a medium-pressure dust collector
The amount of energy a dust collector uses to remove dust from its filters strongly affects the collector's operating efficiency. A medium-pressure dust collector, which uses medium-pressure air to remove dust from its filter bags, can provide effective bag cleaning while requiring less energy than either a low-pressure or high-pressure dust collector, improving the collector's operating efficiency and reducing operating cost. This article introduces you to medium-pressure dust collectors, their operation, and factors contributing to their operating efficiency.
When selecting a dust collector for either single-point or whole-plant dust collection, you need to consider the unit's ability to handle your dust and plant environment. You also need to consider the dust collector's operating efficiency.