Kitchen Innovations in Melbourne, a leading manufacturer of kitchens in Victoria, recently commissioned Australian Dust Control to design and install a more efficient central dust collector system to replace its old mobile dust collector system.
Tailored to meet the individual needs of each customer is the key factor. In Kitchen Innovations case, Australian Dust Control custom designed a Reverse Flow Dust Collector system with a 75kw fan.
The Reverse Flow Dust Collector has the advantage of being a modular dust collector system which allows for additional modules to be added should the company expand its manufacturing operation in the future.
The system also included Solenoid Control Blast Gates which assists in reducing electrical power savings.
This large scale Reverse Flow Dust Collector consisting of 6 modules was a significant achievement for the Australian Dust Control team. Just as important was to maximise the energy efficiency of the Reverse Flow Dust Collector and to significantly reduce energy bills.
A Variable Speed Drive Control, which is unique to Australian Dust Control, was an added option fitted to the Reverse Flow Dust Collector.
The waste product produced in the manufacturing process is saw dust and shavings from MDF and particle board and this is discharged into 2 x 3 cubic metre waste bins directly from the Reverse Flow Dust Collector.