Dust problems caused by emptying bags of fine, aerated or volatile powders are eliminated with the Spiroflow DBE range. This equipment not only eradicates the dust problems caused by manually emptying bags, but also the subsequent disposal of empty bags. This ensures a healthy environment is maintained in the process area as well as reducing maintenance and repair problems caused by powder contamination to surrounding machinery.
Bag Dump Stations
The basic DBE comprises an open fronted bag dump cabinet with a dust extraction outlet for connection to a separate dust collector or existing extraction plant. A bag is placed on the mesh support shelf and manually slit, the contents falling directly into the inlet of a flexible screw, aero mechanical or vacuum conveyor.
DBE with hinged door, top mounted dust extractor and empty bag compactor. The type and size of the conveyor is determined by the flow rate, conveying distance and flow properties of the product.
A new addition to the range is the DBE5. It comprises a cabinet with hinged door and bag support mesh shelf. Large integral cartridge filters are fitted in the back of the cabinet. A side mounted empty bag compactor may also be fitted.
Basic bag dump hopper with dust hood and spigot for connection to plant extraction system.
Mobile bag dump with integral dust hood and flexible screw conveyor.
Features and options:
- Robust sack support mesh shelf.
- Empty bag compaction auger with safety cage.
- Vacuum bag lifter.
- Hinged door or strip curtain.
- Safety knife for sack slitting.
- Mobile frame.
- Integral conveyor (flexible screw coveyor, aero mechanical conveyor or vacuum conveyor).
Dust extraction methods:
- Integral filter cartridges.
- Top mounted filter unit.
- Hepa filter unit.
- Simple spigot for connection to plant dust extraction system.
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