U.S. Air Filtration stocks and supplies control panels for a wide range of dust collection systems. Whether you are looking for a basic no-frills model, or on-demand cleaning capability, PLC integration or a custom-designed panel, we can help you get the right dust collector controls you need.
Our most popular control panel features on-demand cleaning for a more efficient dust collector system. It’s important that dust collector filters are cleaned regularly to improve airflow through the system, prevent plugging from dust build-up, and improve pick up velocities.
When you under-clean your dust collector it can result in a higher differential pressure reading and shorten the life of your filters. With on-demand cleaning, the control panel is set by the operator to clean the bags only when the differential pressure reaches a high range, then the system will pulse down to a lower range.
Cleaning pauses until the differential pressure reaches the high range once more and the system will automatically pulse down again. This continues as an ongoing cycle that is performed the entire time your dust collector is running.
Check out our short video guide below on how on-demand cleaning works with a timer.
Benefits of On-Demand Cleaning
- Longer filter life
- Reduced energy consumption
- Reduced labor costs
- Improve air flow and pickup velocities
U.S. Air Filtration, Inc. strives to meet your unique requirements by giving you options such as on-demand cleaning, NEMA rated panels, explosion-proof enclosures, magnahelic and photohelic gauges and more.
Control Panel Project Frequently Asked Questions
If you are looking for a solution to your rush order, same day or expedited shipping, we can help. You can call us at 888-221-0312 or email [email protected] and we’ll help your questions and needs. Here is a list of frequently asked questions we may ask you about your project.
- Benefits of On-Demand Cleaning
- Dust Collector Design Features for Easy Maintenance
- Dust Collector Change Out Check List
- Dust Collector Maintenance Guide
- Guide to Differential Pressure