Drying is a key process for several industries, but the dust generated as a result of it can negatively affect the operation if not efficiently filtered.

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Dealing with a challenging application

The drying process increases the temperature of the product to eliminate the water content, minimising the potential for hydrolysis to occur during production stops as the overall process temperature drops down. This is even more challenging when handling hygroscopic dust as it can become solid and therefore impossible to treat and impossible to be filtered.

Dust collector options for enhanced results

Proper dust collection design is necessary for ensuring efficient filtration to control indoor emissions. A stainless-steel finish, thermal insulation, or a heating system attached to the dust collectors is often necessary to ensure optimal performance.

Outdoor locations for dust collectors should be avoided, when possible, as temperature fluctuations may be greater and power consumption higher, causing a reduction in efficiency and performance. Isolation and heating systems will avoid condensation and ensure an optimum operation.

Original Equipment Manufacturing Partnership

With compact and Plug & Play options, a longer life cycle, and reduced maintenance costs, AAF’s range of dry and wet dust collectors perfectly meet drying application’s needs.

With bags and cartridge collecting options and different final layouts available, these standardised solutions and our custom services provide the perfect bundle for material processing machinery Original Equipment Manufacturers, creating a plug & play solution that simplifies the end user’s commission and start-up.

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