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Industrial processes that produce dust, smoke, and other particulate matter are a significant concern. Not only do these pollutants present a health risk to workers and the community, they can also cause environmental damage. To ensure a safe and healthy workplace and comply with emissions standards, every manufacturing or industrial processing facility needs an industrial dust collector.

What is a Dust Collector?

Dust collectors are configurable air pollution control systems designed to filter air so that it is safe for both humans and the planet. Large scale manufacturing and processing facilities cannot produce and manufacture goods without them. Industrial dust collectors draw in contaminated air, filter out particulate matter, and return the cleaned air to circulation. 

Dust collectors are essential for a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, woodworking, metal fabrication, chemical processing, food processing, waste management, and pharmaceuticals.

Benefits of a Dust Collector

Dust collectors have several key benefits, including:

  • Protecting workers and community members from hazardous particle pollution
  • Ensuring compliance with emissions standards, including OSHA, NFPA, and EPA regulations
  • Preventing debris from accumulating in machinery, which can cause equipment to slow down or fail prematurely
  • Maintaining product quality by capturing particles that might otherwise stick to products
  • Dust collectors are not only essential for ensuring compliance with air quality standards, but they can also help maximize efficiency and profitability by protecting products and equipment from contamination.

How Does a Dust Collector Work?

Dust collection is a simple but effective process. A powerful blower pulls air into the system's ductwork, forcing the air through filters that capture contaminants ranging from <1 micron in width to larger pieces of dust and dirt. The filtered air is then vented to the atmosphere while the particulate drops into the dust collector's receptacle.

There are four critical components that work together to make this process possible:

  1. Blower: The blower is responsible for pulling air through the system and venting it back to atmosphere. It is important to size the blower the to appropriate capacity, both CFM and static pressure, to effectively move the air through the system.
  2. Duct: Ducting should be properly designed in order to accommodate the air volume, minimize friction loss and turbulence, and maintain the desired duct velocity for the specific dust collection system.  
  3. Dust Filter: Choosing the right filter media is critical to not only ensure the integrity of the filters but to obtain the best performance from your dust collector.Filters are available in different shapes and sizes to fit different types of dust collectors.
  4. Receptacle: Particulate filtered out of the airstream is dropped into a hopper or transported through a screw conveyor or rotary valve to be recycled or discarded depending on the process. 

The Types of Pulse Jet Industrial Dust Collectors

Dust collectors vary substantially depending on the industry and the specific application. Some of the most commonly used systems are pulse jet baghouse dust collectors, and cartridge dust collectors. U.S. Air Filtration offers a full line of dust collection products, including systems, replacement parts, and accessories. Our high-performance offerings include:

  • Power Pulse Baghouses: Our baghouses range in size from 650 to 5 million cubic feet per minute (CFM) to accommodate low, medium, and high-volume applications. Our baghouses are fully automated and self-contained systems that meet or exceed safety standards. Additionally, our baghouses are carefully engineered to require less maintenance and draw less energy than traditional models.
  • CleanFlo Cartridge Dust Collectors: Our compact offerings feature a modular design that can meet airflow requirements between 1,000 and 10,000 CFM. These systems are ideal for clients who need to process low to moderate volumes of airflow within strict space constraints. Cartridge models also feature quick and easy filter changes, done in less than 30 minutes.  The modular design allows you to easily increase the system over time as your operation grows.'
  • Bin Vents: Our bin vents are pulse-jet industrial dust collectors that siphon particles into rugged housings without the need for complex ductwork. High-efficiency silo bin vents have capacities ranging from 100 to 5,000 CFM with a 99.99% filter efficiency. US Air Filtration's bin vents feature a flexible, top-loading design that allows for rapid changeouts, and the units are compatible with most standard pleated filters to simplify purchasing and maintenance.
  • Fume Collectors: Our fume collectors use a flame-retardant nanofiber filter media to achieve high-efficiency filtration on sub-micron level pollutants. These capabilities make US Air Filtration's fume collectors perfect for heavy-duty industrial applications.
  • Custom Dust Collection Systems: At US Air Filtration, we understand that every facility has its own unique air filtration challenges. Whether you're dealing with high-volume processing requirements or sub-micron level pollutants, we can design a reliable dust collector suited precisely to your facility's needs. Our custom units are engineered to your exact specifications, helping your facility achieve maximum productivity with a reasonable investment.

About U.S. Air Filtration Dust Collectors

At U.S. Air Filtration, we have over 50 years of expertise in the air pollution space, and our team has extensive experience designing and manufacturing complex dust collection systems. 

We offer both stock and custom industrial dust collectors to handle every contaminant at any processing volume. In addition to our product offerings, we also support customers with installation and maintenance services.

If you're looking to engineer a dust collector for your facility contact the engineering team at U.S. Air Filtration today. Our engineering team can help you design and fabricate the right solution to keep your facility running smoothly.


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Our power pulse baghouses are self-contained, weatherproof, and fully automated. Each pulse jet unit comes standard with on-demand cleaning. We supply and install ducting, access platforms, ventilation, instrumentation, walk-in plenums, and easy maintenance access for small or large projects. Our baghouses are engineered for a broad micron range of dust and range in size from 650 to 5 million CFM.

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