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Self-Cleaning-Industrial-Air-Filter-Air-Cleaning-BlowerWhy was the Air Cleaning BlowerTM created?  Because most people don’t want to collect the dust and contaminants removed from the air:  THEY JUST WANT CLEAN AIR

Our Air Cleaning BlowersTM (ACB) self cleaning industrial air filter blow air and remove dust and other particles from the air simultaneously without any filter elements or media.  The ACB does both while maintaining constant airflow, air pressure and energy consumption.

The most common and conventional air-filtration system use air intake-filter elements and function by blocking and collecting the dust and dirt that they remove.  As a result of collecting the debris, they require monitoring and maintenance to assure proper performance of the system.

Even intake filters that “self clean” with pressurized air or in some other way need regular attention and maintenance.  Most differently from Air-Cleaning BlowersTM, ALL media filters eventually need replacement of their filter cartridges, sheets or bags.


Air Cleaning BlowersTM work simply:

As most fans do, the Air Cleaning Blowers self cleaning industrial air filters use an impeller inside that pulls air into itself.  That wheel, along with the shape of the housing, utilize the momentum of the contaminants in the air in novel, multi-patented ways to separate the particles from the air and eject them.  They then push the cleaned air to the application.  Simple, but effective, extremely effective.


Self Cleaning Industrial Air Filters Install quickly and easily:

The ACBs in a typical installation install easily and simply without any special training.  And they need no training to operate; just give them power.  Except in special applications, they require no controls beyond an on/off switch to clean the air and maintain a constant flow of air, pressure of air, and consumption of energy.

Other Air Filter Systems:

Other types of air-intake kits that do not use filter media (such as cyclones, spin blocks, baffles and electrostatic precipitators) use separate blowers to move the dirty air through them and to collect the debris.  As they function, these types of units create large pressure drops, which cause them to consume substantial amounts of energy per unit of output.  Since these air filters work only if air blows through them, they require a separate blower or fan (and some need two) to operate.  Generally, these types of filters need special housings and controls as well.

ACBs Clean effectively:

Despite their simplicity—or perhaps because of it,—Air-Cleaning BlowersTM (ACBs) clean and blow air effectively and efficiently.  To establish their effectiveness, an internationally-recognized filter-testing laboratory tested Air-Cleaning BlowersTM to establish independently how they perform.  This testing found that our ACBs remove up to 98%+ of the mass of dust and particles in the air.  This means that they separate out and eject virtually all particles larger than 10 microns and about 40% of smaller particles down to 3 microns.  Hence, our ACBs clean the air so effectively that many types of electrical and process equipment, enclosures, offices, retail stores, and operator cabins on machinery don’t require any additional air cleaning, even in harsh environments.

Air Cleaning Blowers Particle Sizes

Self Cleaning Industrial Air Filters Eliminate Clogging:

Most media filters collect and retain the debris that they remove from the air.  As a result, they must clog over time.  That clogging slows down the flow of air and drops the discharge pressure.  Both changes force the fan to work harder, which will make it consume more electricity or other power to compensate in order to maintain the original airflow and air pressure.

In contrast, our ACBs self cleaning industrial air-intake kits maintain virtually a constant airflow and air pressure, because they use no filter media that clogs and constricts the air.  In addition, no-clogging results in a constant energy consumption.  Not having any change in the energy consumption facilitates the sizing and designing of HVAC systems because the system produces constant output and requires no compensation—particularly, oversizing—for the fluctuations in airflow, air pressure and electrical consumption.