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Donaldson Dryflo range of mist collectors available

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Donaldson Australasia’s Dryflo is a range of cartridge-style mist collectors specifically engineered to collect mist generated by coolants and machining oils that pollute the atmosphere and condense on surfaces such as floors and machinery to create a hazardous working environment.

Combined with a special outer wrap, and allowing gravity to aid drainage by sitting vertically inside the collector, Donaldson Dryflo allows the filter cartridge to drain preventing the collected liquid from re-entering the clean air stream.

Donaldson Dryflo mist collectors take the guesswork out of maintenance. As the cartridge filter loads, the pressure drop increases predictably, and a pressure differential gauge tells exactly when to change filters. Donaldson’s filter retention system ensures a rapid filter change and minimal human contact with the collected oil.

The Donaldson Dryflo range of mist collectors is suitable for small through to large operations. Machine-mountable Dryflo units are engineered to handle airflow from 250 to 800 cfm, require no ductwork and allow for easy changes to plant layout.

The Packaged Dryflo System handles machining operations from 600 to 2,000 cfm and is available in a pre-engineered, pre-packaged configuration. Donaldson can even engineer a customised Central Dryflo System to suit specific application handling airflow requirements from 2,000 to 22,000 cfm.

The Donaldson Dryflo range of mist collectors suit applications as wide ranging as turning centres and lathes, cold heading and forming, mills drilling boring and wet grinding, transfer lines, to high speed presses and stamping operations.

Donaldson Mist collectors are suitable for mist from: straight oil, mineral oil, water-soluble oil, and semi-synthetic coolants.

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