Dust collector, Mechanical Engineering

Dust Collector:

            Dust collector system is to collect the blast burrs or waste particle created during the blasting process. During the blasting process, this dust collector will suck all dust and polluted air into a collector bin. Inside the collector bin which is heavy particle will drop into the bottom of the shell. On the other hand, the air will flow into a filter which will remove the finer waste particle. Filtered clean air will flow back into the blasting room.

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