SDC Provides New Nozzle Design Feature

Company says new design allows users to achieve superior performance at lower compressed air levels.

  • April 9, 2013
  • CDR Staff

Scientific Dust Collectors (SDC), Alsip, Ill., has announced the newest generation of nozzle cleaning technology for reverse pulse jet dust collectors. SDC’s new cleaning nozzle provides an improvement in cleaning technology that achieves superior performance, even at lower compressed air levels; possibly as low as 80 pound-force per square inch gauge (PSIG).

SDC has used nozzle based cleaning systems for pulse jet collectors in the manufacturing industry for more than 32 years. According to the company, the key to the performance of this cleaning system is the scientific design of the cleaning nozzle. This patented technology provides more induced cleaning air into the filter media than any other system available. SDC’s nozzle is able to increase the cleaning velocity to supersonic flow even at these lower compressed air levels thus saving energy and money.

To support the new nozzle design, SDC has released a new technical paper that explains the feature.

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