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4/3/2012

Mist Collector Cuts Accident, Fire Risks

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Royal Products' Filtermist FX series is designed to collect mist and smoke generated by virtually all types of metalworking machinery.

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Royal Products’ Filtermist FX series is designed to collect mist and smoke generated by virtually all types of metalworking machinery. Oil/coolant mist in the production environment can lead to slippery surfaces, accidents and pollution. It can also enable fires to spread quickly.

The oil/mist collector series is available in four sizes ranging from 275 to 1,200 cfm, and its flexible design enables it to be mounted in a variety of orientations, including directly on top of a machine tool, on a stand or suspended from a factory ceiling. The oil/mist collectors are designed to reduce maintenance and operating costs, the company says.

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