Farr Gold collectors get an upgrade
Increased locking strength.
A patent-pending clamping system on the door hardware increases locking strength and makes it easier to close the door. Compression leverage is increased to a 50:1 ratio when closing the door, providing a reliable seal with 6.5 psi standard strength and eliminates the need for a high-pressure door adder.
Laser-cut, welded-in brackets are used instead of bolted-in brackets to hold the clamping bars to the tube sheet. Camfil says this ensures highly accurate tolerances and allows the clamp bars to swing freely, making filter change-out easier. The welded design eliminates bolt holes between the dirty and clean air plenums.
Corner brackets are made of unpainted stainless steel to maintain grounding throughout the unit.
Camfil is a Jonesboro, Ark. manufacturer of dust collectors for industry. Canadian offices are located in Concord, Ont.