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5/28/2015

Machine-Mounted Mist Collector Delivers High Efficiency, Reduced Lifetime Costs

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Clarcor Industrial Air has extended its MSH series with the UAS Smog-Hog MSH-11, a compact, machine-mounted mist and smoke collector.

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Clarcor Industrial Air has extended its MSH series with the UAS Smog-Hog MSH-11, a compact, machine-mounted mist and smoke collector. According to the company, this machine delivers filtration efficiency at 0.3 microns better than 90 percent for single pass and 99 percent for double pass. Some cost advantages include lower motor energy consumption resulting from low airflow resistance, a variable speed controller to optimize airflow for machine requirements and reusable filters. An included mist-stop filter combined with adjustable airflow increases intervals between servicing, according to the company. The mist collector includes flexible configurations such as horizontal and vertical airflow direction (left to right and right to left), single- or double-pass filtration and a variety of options and accessories to ease installation.

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