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Nederman Cyclone Filter 4000 cfm with stand

Item #: C-4000
Brand: Nederman
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Reg Price: $2,736.00

Our Price: $2,736.00

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Nederman Cyclone Filter 4000 cfm with stand


Applications



  • Heavy Moulding

  • Grinding

  • Planing

  • Cabinet Shops

  • Dust Transfer Systems

  • Material Separation




Features



  • Cost effective

  • Indoor or outdoor placement

  • Excellent for high volumes of waste

  • Barrel or air lock discharge

  • Available with after filters

  • Positive or negative configurations

  • High efficiency design



How It Works





A Positive Pressure Configuration:



  1. During normal operation, the dust travels down the supply duct, into the material handling fan From there, it is blown up into the cyclone.

  2. Upon entering the cyclone, the air and material are diverted into a spiral motion around the inside perimeter. The centrifugal force applied by the side wall allows the heavier material to fall out of the air stream and into the collection bin (or through a rotary air lock).

  3. The air and some of the finer dust is then exhausted out of the cyclone via an inner cone An outlet “volute” is a weather cowl that also acts as a transition for those applications which require a secondary filter.

  4. The air and some fine dust exits the ”volute” where it may be exhausted to atmosphere or into a secondary filter.




A Negative Pressure Configuration:



  1. During normal operation, the dust is drawn down the supply duct and into the cyclone

  2. Upon entering the cyclone, the air and material are diverted into a spiral motion around the inside perimeter. The centrifugal force applied by the side wall allows the heavier material to fall out of the air stream and into the collection bin. (Or through a rotary air lock).

  3. The air and some of the finer dust is then exhausted out of the cyclone via an inner cone.

  4. The air and some fine dust then passes through the main fan where it may be exhausted to atmosphere or into a secondary filter.