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Practical Guide to Wet and Dry Dust Collectors – Part 2

Pros and cons of dry and wet dust collectors

In our last publication, we shared the basics of differentiating a dry dust collector from a wet one. Now it's time to go into greater detail on their respective advantages and disadvantages, in order to determine how they actually fit your needs. Explore your options!

Recall that these two systems differ primarily in their aerosol separation technique: a wet unit uses immersion, whereas a dry unit uses filtration or centrifugation.

Challenges of the Economic Recovery: Airex is Innovating and Adapting!

Economic Recovery

Good news: global markets are picking up steam and the economic recovery is coming faster than expected! Many companies are having to respond to new needs that emerged during the pandemic or upgrade their equipment, while some are expanding or relocating.

As a result, in addition to the manufacturing sector not being up to full speed yet, the demand for new dust collection systems is increasing, and this exceptional situation is affecting our time lines. So this month, we want to point out the role you can play in making a successful request using this checklist of our new procedures.

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