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Base for Castor Wheels

Mobile dust collectors installed on a castor wheel base may be readily moved using one of two methods:

Sliding: The compressed stiff castor wheels of the dust collector are crucial characteristics that allow for easy transportation. Lifting: At each corner of the machine, there are four designated lifting lugs that allow modules to be hoisted into place. Castor wheels are available with or without brakes, and may be customised to meet platform rails if necessary.

System of Hydraulic Stepping

Another major component is the Hydraulic Stepping System, which drives four legs that pull the units up

while a pair of skates assist in forward/backward movement. The movement can be repeated until the required trip distance is reached.

Drag Skid

Dust Collectors installed on a skid base are a low-cost alternative.

The four towing points at each end of the machine can be used to drag the skid, or the four lifting lugs can be used to transfer the skid by crane.

Fan with a centrifugal force. Enhanced durability, improved air flow, and energy economy.

DCPE’s Mobile Dust Collectors include a centrifugal fan that is specifically designed for the air flow and pressure needs of the application. Centrifugal fans are more energy efficient and durable, allowing them to run in even the most corrosive conditions. To create system pressure, one engine and one impellor are utilised.

One of the most important features of our mobile dust collectors is the typical incorporation of a Variable Speed Drive (VSD). The VSD is used in combination with a high-precision Air Velocity Probe to limit power usage and obtain the desired air volume. This increases the efficiency of the units and allows for a 40% reduction in power usage.

Dust Discharge System. Reversible augers with hydraulic power maximise dust discharge efficiency.

Dust particles are discharged to the site floor or 1T bulker bags using DCPE’s dust collectors, which contain hydraulic reversible auger(s) and stainless steel rotary valve(s) dust discharge system.

The auger(s) and rotary valve(s) are powered by hydraulics, which increases efficiency, while the ability to reverse the auger(s) and drive material out the clean out hatches increases uptime in the case of product buildup in the hopper and auger (s). This cuts down on maintenance time and the need for LV and HV electricians to service a mechanical component.