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Clarcor Industrial Air launches new addition to the DustHog portfolio

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Clarcor Industrial Air launches the DustHog Plug-n-Play (PNP) cartridge dust collector. This new addition to the DustHog portfolio provides a convenient, clean air solution for numerous manufacturing processes including welding, robotic weld cells, plasma & laser cutting, stone, bulk powders and more.

Having the right solution for a customer’s specific application and dust collection challenge is critical. The PNP delivers a complete combination of high performance dust and fume collection in a convenient package that reduces installation and service time while saving energy and operational costs.

“Customers are genuinely excited about the latest technology we have incorporated into the PNP. The touchscreen controller that simplifies operation and maintenance plus the Auto Flow option, which measures airflow and automatically adjusts the fan speed to maintain a specified target airflow as the process or filter pressure drop changes,” said Mark Gerken, Vice President Engineering with Clarcor Industrial Air.

The PNP is powered with the new ProTura DH nanofiber filter media which is highly efficient (MERV 15) and capable of capturing respirable, submicron particulate. ProTura DH filters feature surface loading technology which reduces compressed air consumption during filter cleaning therefore extending filter life; benefit customers won’t find with others filters. Clarcor offers a large range of technologies to help ensure the dust collection solution is most effective for the customers’ specific application and dust collection needs.

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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