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Model:   ADMC


Machine Type:  


Year of Mfg.:   N/A
Condition:   Good Condition   
Elect./Voltage:   460 V, 60 Cy, 3 Ph.
Value New:   $ 48,500
Price:   Request Quote
Region:   MIDWEST (Click for Regional Map)
EXF #:   DO-011601  
Description:   (view full)

TORIT-DONALDSON ADMC AD8  DRYFLO Cartridge Dust  Collector.  A Mist collector designed for long-lasting  high collection efficiency capture of coolant and machining oil mists in metalworking applications. Even smaller amounts of dust can be filtered in the dirty air stream.

  DRYFLO is a proprietary cartridge which outperforms electrostatic precipitators and mist collectors utilizing standard HVAC envelope and cassette filters. Filter unit features a unique air-side filter retention system allowing for quick filter changes with minimal worker contact with collected oil.

  Also feature three-stage Filtration via a.) prefilter, b.) wrap allowing, c.) the filter cartridge to drain and coalesce smaller coolant mist droplets in to larger droplets. Plus optional fourth stage HEPA filters available for applications where smoke exists or additional efficiency of discharge air is required.

  Overall data:  Capable of 17,600 CFM; (8) Filter Cartridges, 1,760 sq. ft. of filter area,

  Complete with: Ground mounted  fan powered by a 40 HP motor, belt-driven. Fan includes a variable volume inlet. In prior application clean air was not retruned to building.

  Blower currently setup for approx. 15,000 CFM with 40 HP, Baldor Super-E, 324T frame, 1.780 RPM motor.

  Enclosure dimensions: 133" long, 68" deep, 160" high. Filter weight is 7,300 lbs.

    Special Note:
    Comment: Long-lasting mist collector
    Written By: Tony Cornacchione  
    *Dimensions:Available from product manager
    *Weight:Please call
    *Dimensions & Weight data are based on 3rd party information and could be incorrect; please verify & confirm if accurate dimensions & weight are required.

    Dust collectors are pieces of equipment used in factories, plants, and warehouses to manage air pollution to maintain environmental safety requirements. Type of pollutants can differ, therefore dust collectors are designed specific to the hazardous particles dispersed. Shaker dust collectors function through a shake cleaning baghouse system, either cleaning off-line when the airflow is temporarily halted or sections the baghouse into compartments. Compartmentalized designs offer continuous cleaning of the unit while allowing for the individual compartments to be taken offline for servicing. Shaker dust collectors are common where it is impractical to supply compressed air for bag cleaning, such as foundries, steel mills, power plants, smelting plants, and mining plants. Pulse-jet dust collectors have a bag cleaning system operated via a rapid, high pressure air jet cleaner that sends a blast or shock of air through the bag that shatters and discharges the dust cake for disposal. Pulse-jet dust collectors are most useful in environments where bulk solids are processed, including chemical/mineral production, food processing plants, and metal fabrication. Cartridge collectors have a fabric filter that is designed for specific applications. Is smaller; however, provides the same airflow and purification, requiring less filters than a larger baghouse system. Cyclone dust collectors purify air by separate dust from a gas stream through centrifugal force, removing heavier/oversized particles mixed with dust. These dust collectors are typically used as “pre-cleaners” before bag houses, often being used in woodworking, pulp/paper manufacturing, shot blasting, mills, grain/agriculture, and recycling plants. Electrostatic precipitators separate soot, ash, and dust from exhaust gasses using static electricity by negatively charging airborne particles while they flow through an ionized field between the electrodes. Electrostatic precipitators are often used to purify industrial power plants managing fossil fuels, oil, and coal.