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Exhauster

 

an obsolete name for a fan, usually a centrifugal fan, that creates a suction and is designed to remove dust, flue gases, and other harmful impurities from the air of production areas. Exhausters are also used in pneumatic conveying systems for the removal of the waste materials generated in certain industrial processes.

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884 has all safety equipment required by IRI, FM and NFPA standard 86 for gas-heated equipment, including a 975 cfm, 1 hp powered forced exhauster.
The over features safety equipment required for handling flammable solvents including explosion-venting door hardware, powered forced exhauster with airflow safety switch and purge timer.
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Tenders are invited for design, engineering, manufacture/supply of steam turbine driven exhauster inclusive of all auxiliary facilities as well as supervision during erection, testing and commissioning, stabilization and demonstration an estab.
This cabinet oven features 4" insulated walls, an aluminized steel exterior, a Type 430 stainless steel interior, a brushed stainless steel control panel face, heavy duty doors and door frame with explosion-venting latches, and a 325 cfm powered forced exhauster.
To maintain and manage a clean environment where conventional vacuum cleaners were not an answer, the solution--installation of a pipe work system interconnecting strategically positioned hose connection points, these are connected to a vacuum plant comprising filter separator and exhauster package.
This oven includes a 325 cfm powered forced exhauster, as well as a motorized damper on the exhaust for accelerated cooling.
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