This AAF Fabri-Pulse Dust Collector is constructed of 12 gauge H.R.S. ASTM-A570 steel. It contains 420- 4’ bags, with a combined surface area of 1,000 square feet. The unit is a Model 4-420-1000, Design M and is in good condition.
A dust collector, such as a baghouse, cyclone or quench is commonly used with an oxidizer as the final step in the soil remediation process. The vaporized gasses and dust, a result of the soil heating and tumbling in the rotary drum, are routed into the dust collector, which acts as an air pollution control device. The dust collector filters and collects the dust, similar to a vacuum cleaner bag, and passes the collected material to the dryer’s discharge system where it is mixed with the clean soil and recycled, while the vapors pass through the oxidizer in order to be safely admitted into the atmosphere. The high temperature in the thermal oxidizer decomposes the gas, allowing the device to destroy hazardous air pollutants and break down hydrocarbon based pollutants and restore the chemical makeup of the gas to CO2 and H2O before discharging it. The dust collector releases the newly-cleaned material back into the environment so that they can be reused rather than just filling a landfill or being incinerated, making it an imperative piece of equipment in the soil remediation and waste and refuse industries.
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