Cost Saving Tips for Your Dust Collector

Quick Summary

Explore our top cost saving tips for running and maintaining a dust collection system. Includes an overview of on demand cleaning, automatic parts delivery, blanket orders, and preventative maintenance. You will also get access to a dust collector change out check list you can download for free!

Are you looking to explore cost saving options for your new Dust Collector? Here are some tips and tricks that you can take advantage of now.

On Demand Cleaning: This is a feature that comes standard on our equipment. On Demand Cleaning can help improve Dust Collector performance and efficiency while decreasing the maintenance and labor costs over time. To learn more, download our guide on the benefits of on demand cleaning.

Subscription Program: Consider purchasing your filters and parts on a scheduled two or three year term

    • Get discounted pricing when you lock in your pricing for a fixed term
    • Eliminate the hassle of lead times entirely by getting your parts on schedule when you need them year over year without having to lift a finger.
    • Never have to worry about price inflation for the length of your subscription.
    • No more running around to get replacement parts the last minute!  Your parts are automatically shipped to you based on a schedule you specify.

Blanket Order: An alternative to our Subscription Program, a Blanket Order for replacement parts provides you with cost savings and allows you the flexibility of a 1 year time frame.

Preventative Maintenance: By using leak detection powder as part of your preventative maintenance program, it allows you to address any issues before they become a bigger problem.  Leak powder can quickly and efficiently pinpoint any leaks, holes, or tears in your dust collector filters, seams, or cell plate. If you are looking to order leak detection powder, we keep those in stock and are able to ship to you same day.  To learn more about how to use leak detection powder, download our guide here.

If you are looking to speak to an equipment specialist, you can contact us with any questions or concerns at 888-221-0312.


Related Resources:

Dust Collector Change Out Check List

1 Comment

  1. Levi Armstrong

    I like your advice about purchasing dust collection filters through a subscription program, so I wouldn’t have to worry about price inflation during the subscription period. My husband plans to have a commercial facility built soon. It would have a dust collection system, so I will suggest this tonight when he gets home. Thanks!

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