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ACT 4-64 Dust Collector

With millions of CFM going through operating A.C.T. Dust Collectors every day worldwide, we have the solution to every application. Custom designed and built systems are common, and our engineering team can help find the system that's right for you.

Dirty air from the dust source enters the A.C.T. Dust Collector at the top of the main housing. There are inlets on the roof and optional inlets on the front for the most efficient connection. As air enters the A.C.T. Dust Collector, dust accumulates on the outside of the filters as air is drawn through the high-efficiency media. The air flowing down through the system greatly assists the fallout of dust into the hopper where it is discharged. When the pulse clean system activates, and accumulated dust is released from the cartridges, the air flowing downward through the collector assists dust fallout again. This avoids dust from getting re-entrained and accumulating on the filter again. Systems with vertical filters, with air entering from the side or below, struggle to avoid dust getting picked back up in the airstream or "re-entrained".

Case Study:  A manufacturer of stone working equipment uses an ACT 4-64 dust collector on each of their blast booths »

Case Study: A company that specializes in the redesign & remanufacture of power transformers uses an ACT 4-64 for their blast booth »

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