Wet Dust Collectors
Wet Dust Collectors That Meet OSHA Combustible Dust Regulations
When companies are carrying out industrial tasks such as grinding, cutting, and deburring metals omit heavy particles. Often these particles omit heavily combustible waste. Fires or in some scenarios, explosions can be a hazard, so clean-up has to be addressed very carefully. As these tasks can cause sparks or worse a certain type of industrial dust collection system; particularly wet dust collectors are warranted.
How Wet Dust Collectors Work
Wet Dust collectors or as they are sometimes called “wet scrubbers” are able to gather dust particles by liquid drops these drops are removed by special mist filters. This becomes sludge which settles within the collector system. The water is reused.
These industrial dust collection systems offer features on various collectors that come with different types of cut-off switches, filters with alarms, as well as the ability to design the functionality you need for your industrial tasks.
There are a few basic configurations of how wet dust collectors work, and Spartan Air Purification can help you to understand what might be the best type for your company’s tasks. There are a variety of different metals such as magnesium, titanium, and aluminum that omit metallic dust that are best disposed of with the use of these wet dust collectors.
Spartan Air’s wet dust collector offerings meet the National Fire Protection Agency’s National Fire Code and helps ensure you are safely gathering these potentially hazardous waste particles.
How We Can Help with Your Wet Dust Collector Needs
Spartan Air can help you to access the type of wet dust collector that would be appropriate for your facility. Contact us today, and we can come to your facility to access potential needs and provide an estimate for industrial dust collection system.
Not sure if we serve your area? Spartan Air Purification serves the following locations and surrounding areas for your weld fume collection systems: In Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh – Harrisburg – Reading – Scranton – Wilkes-Barre – Williamsport – Erie – New Jersey: Trenton – Berlin – Maryland: Baltimore – Delaware: Newark