This week, AAF International, a global pioneer in air filtration technology, announced the launch of the RotoClone™ DownVent wet dust collector. AAF applied their superior wet collection technology to the product, which makes the DownVent the perfect complement to their RotoClone™ product line.
The RotoClone™ DownVent excels in the efficient collection of light metals in metalworking environments to prevent the accumulation of explosive dusts and to ensure operators aren’t exposed to abrasive dust particles. The unit can be used on a variety of applications, including cutting, grinding, buffing and polishing, and is perfect for de-burring and bench-grinding operations.
It is a self-contained workstation combining both the downdraft table work surface and dust collector in a single compact arrangement. It features stainless steel wetted surfaces and a compact, ergonomic design to give plant managers placement flexibility and reduced space constraints, and requires minimal installation. Several sizes are available to meet individual location requirements. New to the unit are adjustable tool shelves and a powerful LED work light to improve product quality and efficiency of production.
The RotoClone™ DownVent is designed to meet NFPA 484: Standard for Combustible Metals. It requires less maintenance than a dry collector system since there are no filter elements to replace.
For more information on the RotoClone™ DownVent, please contact Pam Henley, Manager of Marketing and Communications – Power & Industrial Division, at email@example.com.
AAF International, a member of DAIKIN Group, has been providing world-class air filtration products and services since 1921. Based in Louisville, Ky., AAF maintains operations in 26 countries and has more than 3,500 employees worldwide. AAF designs, develops and manufactures air filtration solutions for commercial, healthcare, cleanroom, transportation, nuclear, diesel and gas turbine power applications, and specializes in providing industry-leading filtration equipment for all industrial applications. More information can be found online at www.aafintl.com.