Micro Air Wet Collectors

Wet Dust Collectors that Meet OSHA Combustible Dust Regulations

Grinding, cutting, and deburring non-ferrous metals are some examples of tasks that omit particles that can easily combust. Fires, and even explosions, can result from working with these types of metals, making industrial wet dust collectors a necessity for OSHA and NFPA compliance.

At Spartan Air, we know what it takes to not only stay in compliance but to keep your valued employees, customers, and visitors safe in your facility. Let’s get started with a discussion about wet collectors today.

How Do Wet Dust Collectors Work?

Wet dust collectors—also known as wet collectors—use water to gather dust particles from the air. The resulting sludge settles within the wet collector system for easy clean up.

When Wet Collectors are Necessary

There are a variety of different metals such as magnesium, titanium, stainless steel, and aluminum that can become combustible when moved through the air into a sealed chamber such as a dust collector. These types of metals can be safely collected with the use of wet dust collectors. Failing to do so can result in combustion and/or explosion and can even increase the risk of developing certain types of cancer.

Spartan Air wet dust collectors meet the National Fire Protection Agency’s National Fire Code and help to ensure you are safely gathering potentially hazardous waste particles.

Wet Collector Features

Industrial wet dust collection systems offer features such as different types of cut-off switches and filters with alarms. And when you work with our designers and engineers, you can add all the functionality you need to make staying in compliance easy and reliable.

Wet collectors come in a few basic configurations, and we can help you decide which one is best for your company’s tasks.

Spartan Air Meets Your Wet Dust Collector NeedsEasy as 1,2,3

Spartan Air will help you choose the type of wet dust collector that’s appropriate for your facility. Get in touch with us today and we will:

  1. Visit your facility to assess your needs.
  2. Talk about how to achieve OSHA and NFPA compliance.
  3. Provide an estimate for your wet dust collection project.

It really is that easy when you work with Spartan Air for all your wet collector and air filtration needs!

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