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13' (4 Meter) Dry Dust Collector & Extractor
Dry Dust Collector With Arm, Automatic Dry Dust Collector, Granite Dust Collector, fiberglass Dust Part # TEC715ARM


 
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Filter Project 13 Ft (4 meter) Automatic Self Cleaning Dry Granite Dust Collector with Arm Attachment is made to trap 99% of Dust from Granite, Marble, Engineered Stone, Quartz, Quartzite, Fiberglass, Ceramic, Porcelain, and other airborne particles.

Features

Filter Project 13 ft (4 meter) dry dust collection booth with extractor offers a stainless steel cabinet that is heavy duty and is made to eliminate 99.99% of dust particles. The extractor arm attachment is a 10' movable dust extraction arm that is perfect for work specific projects like sculpting and special grinding applications.

The extraction arm has its own on/off shutoffs at the control panel that allows the arm to be used independently from the main dust collection system. With the additional requirements initiated by OSHA for silica in various materials including stone, fiberglass, porcealin and many others, the Filter Project clean air dry dust collection booths will be a major advantage in removing silica dust from the air.

Controlling Dust With Airflow

Filter Project automatic dry dust collectors vacuum air from the bottom of the unit. That means that the air flow is coming from below the knees, creating a downward pull of air. The major advantage of this air flow movement is that the dust is pulled down from the work table immediately away from the face. This design is the absolute best way to reduce as much dust from the workers as fast as possible.

Operation

The operation of the dry dust collector is extremely simple. Simply push the button and work in front of it. The dust will be vacuumed horizontally into the dry dust collector without the fabricator breathing any of the dust.

How do the Automatic Dry Dust Collection Booths Work?

The Filter Project Dry Dust Collectors with extractors have specially designed cloth filtering sleeves inside the Dry Dust Collector. When turned on the Dry Dust Suction Walls very powerful motors create a strong vacuum that pulls the dust particles horizontally from the work bench area and then pulls it down to the bottom of the wall and inside theunit. Inside the dust collector the many cloth filtering sleeves trap the dust and captures 99.99% of the dust. Only clean filtered air comes out the top of the Dry Dust Cabin.

The dust is then collected in the catch basin drawer at the bottom of the dryd ust collection booth. Every day or once a week, depending on use, simply empty the dust that has been collected in the bottom of the catch basin.

Functionality

The Filter Project Dry Dust Collection Booth comes with a 3 ft (1 meter) extension enclosure that provides additional dust control and greater vacuum efficiency. 6 ft (2 meter) extension enclosures are available as options.

Cleaning Mode

Dry Dust collection system with dust extractor is a self-cleaning system with compressed air, made by a pressurized tank, and a series of membrane electrovalves with specific blowing tubes are inside the cloth filter sleeves and controlled by an automatic sequencer. So the unit is self cleaning. Once the Dry Dust Collector is turned off, the system will automatically go through an air cleaning cycle to blow the dust out of the sleeves and the dust will settle at the bottom inside the dust drawers.

Availability

Filter Project Dry Dust Collection Booths are available in other sizes in both Manual Dust Collection and Automatic Dust collection:

  • 6 1/2 ft (2 meter) Automatic Cleaning Dry Dust Collection Booth. (special order)
  • 10 ft (3 meter) Automatic Cleaning Dry Dust Collection Booth

Designed to trap 99% of Granite Dust, Marble Dust, Engineered Stone Dust, Quartz Dust, Concrete Dust, Natural Stone Dust, and other fine airborne particles. These dust collectors are the best way to remove granite dust, quartz, dust, marble dust, out of a fab shop.

These units are the best dust collection systems for stone fabrication and removing granite dust, marble dust, quartz, and engineered stone dust out of the environment.

Electrical Requirements

  • 220 (208) 3 Phase Power 30 Amp Breaker
  • Also required is a 90 PSI, minimum 2 CFM air connection

Care and Maintenance

Filter Project Granite and Stone Automatic Dry Dust Collectors come with a complete set of Dust Sleeves already installed on the dry dust collectors.

Once the dust collector sleeves are worn out they will need to be replaced.

Filter Project Automatic Dry Dust Collectors make it very simple and easy to change the bags. Simply loosen the clamp and slide them off. Watch the video below to see how to change out the filter sleeves.

Replacing Filter Sleeves

After 6 months to a 1 year, remove the sleeves, blow them out, and wash them with water. Let them dry and reinstall them.

When the Dry Dust Collector starts loosing vacuum power, it will be time to change out the Sleeves.

Filter Project Dry Dust Collector Booths can be used for all types of airborne particles:

  • Granite Dust Collection
  • Marble Dust Collection
  • Quartz Dust Collection
  • Quartzite Dust Collection
  • Concrete Dust Collection
  • Cultured Marble Dust Collection
  • Fiberglass Dust Collection
  • Porcelain Dust Collection
Dry Dust Collector Sleeves Required Per Dust Collector
Dust CollectorNumber of Sleeves Required
6 Ft (2 meter) Dry Dust Collector36 Sleeves
10 Ft (3 meter) Dry Dust Collector52 Sleeves
13 Ft (4 meter) Dry Dust Collector72 Sleeves

Not all dust collectors are designed for all kinds of dust. Some tasks produce combustible dust. Determining whether your dust is combustible or not depends on various factors unique to your tasks. A good place to begin your research on combustible dust collection is: Combustible Dust Chart. You may also give us a call and we can assist you in determining if our systems are right for your use case.

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