A new brochure from Tri-Mer describes the company’s updated Whirl Wet technology for high efficiency dust collection of soluble and insoluble particulate, 3µ and above. The literature highlights the product’s low maintenance and operating expense advantages, and discusses new green technology, which lowers waste volume and recycles the small amount of water the systems uses.
The brochure also includes application profiles from Kraft, Barnes Aerospace, Florida Tile, Musashi Auto Parts and others, describing how the technology is used to collect particulate generated by their process. Detailed illustrations and charts show Whirl Wet standard capacities, which range from 500-50,000 cfm. Materials of construction include polypropylene, 304 and 316 stainless steel, PVC and alloy materials. To view the brochure in its entirety, visit tri-mer.com/pdf-files/WhirlWet_brochure.pdf.