dust filter

dust filter

[′dəst ‚fil·tər]
(engineering)
A gas-cleaning device using a dry or viscous-coated fiber or fabric for separation of particulate matter.
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A magnetic dust filter is installed behind the panel.
Dust ambience: Embedded dust filter reinforcement of ambience protection; native IP42.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 1, 2015-Donaldson Buys Dust Filter Maker IFIL USA
The MITSAIO-PF includes control, trim intakes, duct, fan, silencers, cutter, dust filter, air/material separator and a receiver all housed in an attractive powder coated steel cabinet.
JSP reports it is now offering a new generation of gas and vapour filters in addition to the highly-efficient P3 dust filter for its Halfmask Press to Check system, enhancing the range of filtration and making Press to Check even more effective in safeguarding the wearer from inhaling harmful substances.
The VakuuCar+ is available with one vacuum pump with dust filter, one suction cup 0 ca.
Respra is fitted with Multi-protection layers including an inner and outer layer of pure cotton, unwoven dust filter and a layer of activated carbon cloth.
A pneumatically-driven piston with integrated components cleans the furnace area, including a metal dust filter and the extraction nozzle with a downward stroke after each analysis.
Another challenge was strategically locating the dust filter to prevent explosions from build-up.
Thereby, the fine dust is retained in the cyclone by the HEPA dust filter.
These robust units are available with coalescing filter grades for the removal of water and oil aerosols, solid particulates and micro-organisms, plus dust filter grades for the elimination of dry particulate and micro-organisms.
The Superb, however, is bursting with quality features, including dual-zone climate control along with a cooled glovebox and a pollen and dust filter, cruise control, an excellent music system, parking sensors - and even an umbrella stored in a rear door.