Push Pull Dust Collector
The right tool for extracting welding smoke and fumes
Welding units need a Push Pull Dust Collector to extract harmful vapors. In the welding industry, when bulk types of machinery are welded with the constant change of welding positions, it leads to a change in the source of contaminants which generates toxic fumes. Extracting these hazardous welding smoke or fumes directly from extraction hoods is not easy.
How the Push Pull Dust Collector can benefit you
The Push Pull Dust Collector helps in curtailing contaminants through several filter technologies. It also adjusts the temperature of your production unit with a fresh air feed that works automatically, lowering your facility’s energy usage.
The Teldust Push Pull Dust Collector is an effective and price-worthy way to clean air in industrial plants and facilities. It comes with certain benefits. Firstly, it offers better air designs to pull smoke out. And it pushes the dirty air to the filter intake of the adjacent air cleaner by using power clean exhaust.
A complete solution
Our filtration unit, the Push Pull Dust Collector, is a complete solution that helps the environment and the employees. With the collector in place, industrial plants won’t have to worry about releasing contaminated air into the atmosphere. The collector also fulfills official rules, guidelines, and safety standards concerning these possibly hazardous fumes and smoke.
The Push Pull Dust Collector can also be termed a Horizontal Cartridge Dust collector and Vertical cartridge dust collector. The filter unit is compact in design and covers small amounts of space. Its small size enables it to fit nicely in a standard container for cost-friendly shipping.
The Push Pull Dust Collector can remove the most difficult dust and adhesive kinds of dust. With all its features and benefits, the Push Pull Dust Collector is creating a huge demand in the market.
A bit about the solution
3000 – 400.000 m3/h (1765 – 235431 cfm)
- Operating temperature standard up 2 to 85°C. Spec. -50 to 85°C
- Operating temperature standard up 35,6 to 185°F. Spec. -58 to 185°F