Farr's Gold Series GS4M Mini dust collector controls emissions from small airflow applications

Farr Air Pollution Control has introduced a Gold Series GS4M Mini dust collector that controls emissions from small airflow applications up to 2,000 cfm. It incorporates the features of Farr's Gold Series cartridge collectors — rugged construction, durability, high filtration efficiency and ease of service — into a compact and competitively priced unit. The collector's quiet performance and small footprint make it well-suited for indoor applications, especially where noise and/or space constraints are a concern.

The collector is a fully assembled and pre-wired unit complete with a low-noise fan (<70dB), controls, motor starter, filters and cleaning system. It contains four HemiPleat flame retardant filter cartridges with 788 total square feet of media rated at 99.99% efficiency on 0.5 micron particles (MERV 12). The automatic, reverse pulse cleaning system is activated by an on-demand control panel that ensures more efficient cleaning and optimizes cartridge life. A safety monitoring filter is also included to allow recirculation of the filtered air downstream of the collector for energy savings.

The Gold Series GS4M collector uses a three-horsepower fan motor designed to handle 1,000 cfm at nine inches w.c. or 2,000 cfm at five inches w.c. static pressure. The footprint of the collector is approximately 38 inches square with a height of less than eight feet. Maintenance features include a spark trap inlet for fire prevention, aluminum dust drawers and a cam-lock system that allows fast and easy cartridge removal with no tools required. An optional explosion vent is available for combustible dust applications. Different filter media, inlet configurations, a dust hopper and leg support structure, aluminum and stainless steel flex ducts, and a spark-resistant flex hose are among the other available options.

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