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  • New Sonic Variable Temperature (VT) Tank Dryer Brochure Now Available

    The latest generation of Sonic Air System Inc.’s patented VT (Variable Temperature) tank dryer is featured in the company’s new four-color brochure.   The bulletin details all of the features and benefits of Sonic's exclusive heaterless, 160°F, high air volume, portable...

  • Dust Collection & Air Pollution Control Focus - August 2010

    Cyclonic Dust Collector The “S” Series dust collector uses centrifugal force to efficiently separate out fine particles beginning at 20 microns. This collector can handle dusts such as saw dust, fly ash, sand, coffee, and many others. Units range in size from 50 to 18,000 cfm and...

  • Editor's Choice

    Portable Fume and Dust Collectors The MikroFlex line of portable collectors for fume and dust capture are ideal for: source capturing contaminants such as weld fumes and smoke, gas vapors, aerosols, oil fumes, and dust; keeping welding areas clean; and preventing fumes from entering the work...

  • Instrumentation & Process Control Spotlight - August 2010

    Dual Timer Capacitance Probes These dual timer capacitance probes feature a flexible time delay for covered and uncovered conditions. This feature allows the user to set a probe to react either immediately or with up to a 30-second delay when it detects a covered or uncovered state. For...

  • Particle Analysis Spotlight - 2010

    Particle Size and Shape Analyzer The Haver Tyler CPA 2-1 is a photo-optical particle size and shape analyzer that is designed for laboratory use for measuring dry, free-flowing, and non-agglomerating particles. What typically takes a test sieve and shaker analysis to complete in 15 to 20...

  • Pneumatic Conveying Spotlight - August 2010

    Dense-Phase  Pneumatic Conveying System The Dense Flow System differs from many of its competitors with the absence of air boosters along the pipeline. The system is able to achieve equal or greater results in many instances without the use of boosters. Some of the advantages to not...

  • Using a Cyclonic Dust Collector as a Filter Pre-Treatment

    Bart Eggert, Aerodyne bart@aerodyneus.com At one time mechanical dust collectors were the industry standard in dust collection and air pollution control. However, with an ever-increasing focus on air quality, EPA regulations regarding dust collection have steered the manufacturing world...

  • What Does It Cost to Own Your Dust Collector Filters?

    By Tomm Frungillo and Tony Supine,  Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control When it comes to choosing filters for a cartridge dust collector, powder and bulk processors sometimes regard these items as more or less of a commodity. If Filter A and Filter B both offer the same rated efficiency and...

  • What to Do When Old Dust Collectors No Longer Comply With New Standards

    By Ed Ravert, United Air Specialists Thousands of dust collectors are used in manufacturing processes each day. Some are more modern, equipped with the latest and greatest safety features and energy-efficient design; while others may be more than 20 years old and still working as good as new,...

  • The Problem with Measuring Levels

    By Joe Lewis, BlueLevel Technologies Inc. Why do we measure the level of powder and bulk solid materials in bins and silos? I’m not talking about material presence or absence detection for high- and low-point detection. I am referring to measuring the level or height of the pile of...

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