Cartridge Dust Collection Filters

Unlike baghouse dust collectors, cartridge dust collectors use a pleated cartridge filter instead of bags. The filters have a pleated design, which provides a larger total filtration surface area per cubic meter per square meter and reduces the air-to-cloth ratio and size of the dust collector. Cartridge dust collectors are cleaned using the method of compressed air pulsing.

Advantages Cartridge Dust Collection Filters

With various types and configurations available, cartridge dust collectors have become a preferred choice for general filtration needs for several reasons, including:

Efficiency: Cartridge dust collector filters offer high efficiency. They can achieve efficiencies close to HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) standards, reaching up to 99.97% efficiency for particles as small as 0.3 microns. This ensures effective capture and removal of dust and particles from the air.

Size: One of the key advantages of cartridge dust collectors is their compact size combined with quality filtration. This makes them ideal for indoor or operations with limited space. They occupy less space compared to larger filtration systems and provide flexibility in installation.

Flexibility: Cartridge dust collectors are available in various types and configurations to accommodate different application requirements. You can choose from different filtration capacities, airflow rates, and operating features. This offers a wide adaptability for use in various industries and operational environments.

Ease of Maintenance: Cartridge dust collectors are cleaned using the method of compressed air pulsing. This facilitates the cleaning and removal of accumulated dust. The maintenance process is quick and practical, reducing operational downtime and increasing efficiency.

These advantages have made cartridge dust collectors a popular choice and a go-to solution for general filtration needs. They offer efficient and compact filtration, making them well-suited for a range of applications, including indoor and small area operations.

Cartridge Dust Collection Filters

Cartridge collectors are highly effective for applications involving very fine and lighter loading of dust, such as welding, plasma and laser cutting, and other smoke or fume applications.

Nanofiber Filter: This filter is available in standard or flame-retardant versions and is highly efficient in capturing very fine particles.

Polyester Filter: This filter is a heavier/thicker media and is more durable, making it ideal for abrasive dust applications.

Using the wrong filter type results in an inefficient dust collector. However, selecting the right filter is only part of the equation. Industrial dust collector systems require regular filter changes to maintain optimal efficiency. When the filter becomes clogged with dust, airflow is restricted, causing the dust collector to work harder and become less efficient. When filters are new and clean, air can pass through more effectively as it captures dust particles. Filter changes and regular maintenance result in a dust collector that operates with less energy consumption, greater efficiency, and cost savings in both time and economics.

Cartridge collectors come in various sizes and configurations, offering the industry’s best high-efficiency ratings. These filters can remove up to 99.99% of particulates from the airflow. Each of our cartridge dust collectors is equipped with a venturi-assisted reverse pulse filter cleaning system and a digital, solid-state pulse control panel. The controls utilize a built-in pressure switch that allows on-line, on-demand, and time-off cleaning. A weather-resistant enclosure ensures the longevity of the cartridge dust collectors. Carbon steel and stainless steel materials are used in construction for maximum durability in any environment. MDSJ AIR ENGINEERING has over 32 years of experience in manufacturing and installing hundreds of dust collectors. They carry out their production under the brand name MDSJ AIR.

Cartridge filters are designed to meet the specific needs of industries such as welding, grinding, cutting or sanding, and woodworking foundries. They produce industrial dust collectors tailored to your requirements.