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4/18/2016

Mist Collector’s Coalescing Filter Provides Efficient Particle Removal

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Clarcor Industrial Air introduces its SMH SmogHog media mist collector, which uses a three-stage filtration process that progressively reduces the mist concentration for particle removal efficiency of more than 99 percent.

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Clarcor Industrial Air introduces its SMH SmogHog media mist collector, which uses a three-stage filtration process that progressively reduces the mist concentration for particle removal efficiency of more than 99 percent. The primary filter features Peco Engineered Applied Conical Helix (PEACH) saturated depth coalescing filter cartridges or optional fiberglass bags. This coalescing filter media utilizes a 100 percent synthetic blend of layered fibers and creates three distinct airflow paths, increasing the virtual area. The increased airflow of the filter results in increased capacity and removal efficiency for extended periods of time. The media is incorporated into a filter arrangement that maximizes filter area and is said to ease service and maintenance. The unit can be mounted directly onto machining centers or remotely, connecting one or more machines with ducting. 

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