Case Study: Installing a dust extraction system at rural NSW High School to collect wood dust

An Ezi-Duct dust collection system was customised for installation at a
High School in rural New South Wales. The dust collector was required to extract
wood dust from two industrial arts classrooms at the school.

A key challenge for Ezi-Duct was the installation location, which had
very limited space and height. As a leading Australian manufacturer and
designer of dust collectors, Ezi-Duct was able to customise one of their eCompact
6000 dust extraction systems for the customer.

The modified eCompact 6000 dust collector provides powerful suction of up
to 6000 m¬≥/h @ 3000 pa and works under negative pressure to prevent ‘dirty air’
from passing through the high efficiency, energy-saving 7.5 kW fan. Ezi-Duct modular
steel ducting and Ezi-Flex flexible ducting were also supplied with the new dust
extraction system.

Ezi-Duct can custom design and build dust extraction systems to meet the
specific requirements of their customers, addressing various issues including space
and budget constraints, noise, or problematic and dangerous dust.

The eCompact 6000 dust collector automatically cleans its filter bags
every time the unit is shut down, via a PLC incorporated into the control panel
supplied with the unit. This ensures the dust collector operates at 100% efficiency
the next time the extraction system is used.

Ezi-Duct’s eCompact 6000 dust collector installed at the NSW High School
is designed to deposit the collected waste dust directly into two 240L wheelie
bins, ensuring operational ease and eliminating OH&S issues associated with
emptying the waste.

Australia’s leading supplier of dust collection equipment, Ezi-Duct
offers a huge range of dust collectors, fume extractors, modular ducting,
flexible ducting, fume arms, fans and spray booths among others ex-stock.
Ezi-Duct operates branches in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane and is a proud
Australian Manufacturer.

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