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How Cyclonic Dust Collector Technology Can Improve Your Bottom Line

Posted by Tom Hobson on Jul 5, 2011 11:52:51 AM

A recent discussion on LinkedIn emphasized the value of cyclonic dust collector technology for recovering highly valuable materials in production. The example given was from the manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) through drying systems. Using a bag or cartridge filter for this application could result in contamination problems and product hold-up. However, a counter-cyclonic dust collector is specially designed to collect fine, low-density particles with exceptional efficiency and reliability. If you increase the efficiency of your product reclamation—especially when the material is expensive— you dramatically boost the bottom line. An additional economic advantage results because a cyclonic dust collector has no major moving components and requires minimal maintenance. The unique design of the SplitStream™ counter-cyclonic dust collector ensures that a minimal amount of particulate comes in contact with the interior walls, which eliminates excessive wear and makes your investment last longer. The SplitStream can be configured vertically or horizontally, offering additional versatility and ease of installation. To view a free online demo of this innovative, money-saving technology, please visit http://www.dustcollectorhq.com/dustcollectors-demo.html .

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At Aerodyne, we choose to take a different approach to collecting dust and handling materials. Our cyclones are unique in design to address common issues such as problematic dusts and space constraints. Our airlocks are chosen to fit your specific application instead of hastily installing traditional equipment options. We believe that when we see things differently, we can solve problems effectively. That's why so many people turn to us for help in solving their tough dust problems.

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