Manufacture and Sell the Most Advanced Technology Dust Collection Products
Dust collector spark arrestor applications: welding, plasma and laser cutting, grinding, wood and sawdust, steel mills, foundry, secondary aluminum, automotive, bio-mass boilers, furnaces, power plants, metal processing, fabrication facilities, any and all industries which generate contaminants and sparks.
CLEARANCE SALE: Wet Scrubber / Dust Collector slightly used 5000 CFM 15 HP, and, 8000 CFM 20 HP are available for immediate delivery. Priced to go!
Quencher Dust Collector Spark Arrestor
QUENCHER; In-line device (cut it into the ducting), requires no power or extra dropout or discharge conduit. This is the original spark arrestor developed in 2003 from long established principals dating back to the 1960s. Unequivocally the global leader in spark arresting technology, with proven designs capable of extinguishing sparks in airflow ranges from 500 to 157,000 CFM, 6″ to 80+” duct diameters as standard. Custom designed and built units can meet any airflow and/or duct size required. Every 60 seconds around the world, Quenchers are safely handling billions of cubic feet of air and extinguishing hundreds of millions of sparks or embers in dust collection systems as well as some quite exotic applications. See the remarkable QUENCHER spark arrestor.
Mini-Quencher; It is an extension of our acclaimed QUENCHER spark arrestor line, designed for use with 2″ and 4″ vacuum systems, and 100 to 500 CFM. Light-weight with slip connections to easily install in the vacuum piping. See the Mini-Quencher spark trap.
Wide Selection of Dust Collectors
CLEARANCE SALE: Slightly used 5000 CFM, 15 HP and 8000 CFM, 20 HP wet scrubbers available for immediate delivery.
Baghouse Dust Collector; Ultra-Flow, 6th Generation Baghouse Dust Collector utilizes proven advanced technology, know-how and innovation. Unmatched efficiency, lowest operating cost, these dust collectors are designed and built for each customer’s specific application and need. Ultra-Flow units are rugged, dependable and provide significant cost savings over the life of the equipment. Operating ranges are 500 to 100,000 CFM. See our exceptional baghouse dust collector
Wet Scrubbers; also referred to as wet dust collector, used to filter hazardous and combustible dust such as aluminum, magnesium, titanium. They are all stainless steel construction. Models are available for 2000 to 20,000 CFM. See all the Wet Scrubbers
Downdraft Table and Benches, both dry and wet; Dry available for 2500 to 5000 CFM, table top surfaces of 42 x 50, 42 x 76 inches. Wet available up to 20,000 CFM, dual table top surface of 36 x 72 inches or 36 sq.ft. See the Downdraft Tables.
Portable Dust Collector and Fume Extractor; suitable for fume and dust extraction. Models are available with articulated source capture arms, downdraft bench, and side-draft bench. Carbon odor, HEPA, hydro-oeliophobic filter options. See the available portable dust collectors.
Fume Extractor Arms; for effective point source capture of fumes and dust. See the source capture arms.
Selecting and the application of a dust collector is a science, not a quick “off the shelf” one size fits all proposition. Consult our “Dust Collector Selection Guide and Correspondence Course” for the complexity of properly selecting a dust collector.
Booster – Duct Cleaner
The QAM’s Booster – Duct Cleaner; is a proven low cost innovation which boosts low air flow conditions and cleans dust drop-out in existing duct work. The unit can propel dust 25-50 feet, and for longer runs, can be installed in series, thus reducing the risk of fire and explosive conditions in duct work. Reduces the hazards of structural damage to the duct work, from the extra weight. Acts similar to but simpler to install and operate as a booster fan. Get more information on the Booster.
Exclusive Retrofit and Consulting Service
Retrofit and Rebuild Existing Dust Collectors; 90% of all existing dust collectors are retrofit candidates. Unique to QAM, not just a filter change. We convert the dust collector from old conventional technology to new advanced technology. Optimize efficiency, lower power consumption, a faction of the old operating cost. One to one and half year payback on the investment. Baghouse Retrofits and Cartridge Collector Retrofits.
Consulting Service; Engineered solutions for dust collection applications, troubleshooting new and existing systems. Our professional design team is highly qualified to assist you the design of dust control systems. See the capabilities of our Consulting Service.
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Baghouse Dust Collectors; History of Fabric Collectors
posted on 2016/04/21
The first pulse jet collector was developed by Pulverizing Machinery of Summit New Jersey in the early 1960’s, to collect dust from their Pulverizers. They had tried to use the Blow Ring design but it could not handle the dust (powder) loads as Pulverizers became bigger. The typical load to the collectors were between 50 and 300 grains per cubic foot.
Old Conventional Dust Collector Technology vs. New Technology
posted on 2016/03/14
OLD Technology; Old dust collector technology represents 85-90% of today’s dust collection market, and is sold by all the big conventional suppliers. There are major design flaws that have perpetuated for decades which limits their performance and reliability.
New Advanced Technology; Circa 1979; NEW “Advanced Dust Collector Technology” first appeared. It is a proven technology but little known or understood in the industry. This new technology produced 95% less dust emissions, allowing for safe re-circulation to work area, thereby saving energy costs. Other startling benefits are 25-40% lower power consumption, 50-80% lower operating and maintenance cost, and a 30-40% smaller footprint.