20180830122721904
  • 20180830122721904
  • 20180830122721904

Customer case 1 filter cartridge dust collector

Customer case 1 filter cartridge dust collector

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Customer case 1 filter cartridge dust collector

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Due to the potential danger of fire accidents caused by sparks in the precipitator, it is necessary to avoid the dust phase generated by the combustible materials such as polished flannel, paper, wood dust and magnesium powder and ferrous metal during the grinding process. mixing.

Under no circumstances should the equipment operator throw any unfired cigarettes or other burning objects into the dust-controlled suction hood or duct.

In order to be cautious, users of STR equipment should consult and comply with national and local fire codes or other appropriate specifications when determining the installation location of the precipitator and before putting it into operation.

When the dust collector is used to collect flammable or explosive dust, the dust collector must be installed outside the factory. In addition, fire-fighting equipment installers familiar with such fire accidents and local fire regulations should be consulted. They recommend and install the corresponding fire-fighting equipment. The dust collector itself is not equipped with fire-fighting equipment.

In some cases, a venting port needs to be set. To this end, consult the insurer or consult the National Fire Protection Association manual to determine the appropriate venting area ratio. For dust control equipment installed in the factory, the upper venting port must be led to the outside to minimize the possibility of secondary explosion. To do this, please consult the relevant department to determine the appropriate method of venting and venting. When ordering, the dust collector usually does not include a venting door if there is no special requirement.


Customer case 1 filter cartridge dust collector.JPG

Due to the potential danger of fire accidents caused by sparks in the precipitator, it is necessary to avoid the dust phase generated by the combustible materials such as polished flannel, paper, wood dust and magnesium powder and ferrous metal during the grinding process. mixing.

Under no circumstances should the equipment operator throw any unfired cigarettes or other burning objects into the dust-controlled suction hood or duct.

In order to be cautious, users of STR equipment should consult and comply with national and local fire codes or other appropriate specifications when determining the installation location of the precipitator and before putting it into operation.

When the dust collector is used to collect flammable or explosive dust, the dust collector must be installed outside the factory. In addition, fire-fighting equipment installers familiar with such fire accidents and local fire regulations should be consulted. They recommend and install the corresponding fire-fighting equipment. The dust collector itself is not equipped with fire-fighting equipment.

In some cases, a venting port needs to be set. To this end, consult the insurer or consult the National Fire Protection Association manual to determine the appropriate venting area ratio. For dust control equipment installed in the factory, the upper venting port must be led to the outside to minimize the possibility of secondary explosion. To do this, please consult the relevant department to determine the appropriate method of venting and venting. When ordering, the dust collector usually does not include a venting door if there is no special requirement.


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