Learn how to avoid the hassle of excessive and costly change-outs by considering the benefits and features of each dust collector you look at. To help you save money on future maintenance costs, we’ve created a list of the easy maintenance design features you should look for.
How to avoid the mistake of purchasing a dust collector that requires more maintenance than it’s worth.
Don’t get lured in by a low price or a name brand, and then forget the long term costs of maintenance on a dust collector. To avoid the hassle of excessive and costly change-outs you will want to consider the benefits and features of each dust collector you look at, and how it can save you money now but also in the future.
Listed below are some of the easy maintenance design features to look for. These design features will help you save time and money over the lifespan of the dust collector, and you are going to want them included.
-On-demand cleaning for reliable performance and reduced wear and tear
-Cold climate kit to protect valves from freezing
-Modular design with low profile options for easy expansion and access
-Filter change-outs performed outside the collector
-No special tools or equipment required to perform change-outs
-Quick removal access filter covers
-Change-outs performed in 30 minutes or less
-Multiple cartridge filter options for a variety of applications
How to Get the Right Dust Collector for your Application
It’s good to know that you should look for dust collectors that have a filter change-out outside of the collector to save time and money. I remember my uncle telling me yesterday that he needs to install a dust collector outside of his plant. He should look at ones with these specific features to find one that fits his plant.
Thanks for the tip to get a duct collection system that allows for filter change-outs to happen on the outside.