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Dust Control Systems Ltd DCS 99E Substantial Baghouse Dust Extraction Unit

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BAE Systems Brough, UK
Condition
Seen working by RSW, Excellent Condition
Location
Brough, Yorkshire, UK
Stock No
EA1826S
Manufacturer
Dust Control Systems Ltd
Model
DCS 99E/11kW 5PCL
Year of Manufacture
1998
Serial
10450
Condition
Seen working by RSW, Excellent Condition
Approx Duty CFM / M³/Hr
4800//8000
Filter Area ft² / m²
1065//99
Other Info
Was Working Aluminium chips & coolant
Location
Brough, Yorkshire, UK
External Dimensions (WxDxH mm) [?]
3550 x 2250 x 3530mm

Description

** High Standard Professional Removals to begin July through to August 2021  **

DCS 99E/11kW 5PCL Dust Control Systems Dust Extraction Unit

Suitable for the collection of all types of dry nuisance dusts, for various applications that generate medium to high volumes of dry light dust

FEATURES

This well proven copy of the  DCS 99E filter unit includes features such as:

• Weatherproof for location anywhere.
• Clean air side maintenance to make bag changing and servicing a healthier task.
• Suitable for potentially explosive dusts in categories St1, St2 and St3, with the roof mounted explosion relief panels fitted.
• Pre-wired fan and shaker motors to speed installation.
• Combination of inverted filter bag design and efficient top mounted shaker ensures quick efficient cleaning and maximum bag life.
• No need for compressed air.
• Compact dimensions.
• 99m2 filter area
• Triple waste collection buckets
Bucket balance
11kW //15hp

Former BAE Systems Machinery

This plant is one of several machines acquired during BAE System's reorganisation of their manufacturing facility at Brough, UK.
Their worldwide reputation for quality is reflected in the machinery and maintenance of their manufacturing plant.
Many of these machines include features that are necessary for the manufacture and servicing of high quality aviation and aerospace components,
but can provide a benefit to any industry.

Design

The filter body, with full width opening front access door, is fitted with a multi vee-pocket filter bag secured by a clamping frame at its lower end. The upper end of the bag is suspended from a frame with quick release bungee cords, which can pivot about its central axis. This is in turn linked by a connecting rod to the shaker drive motor, robustly located within the unit top, below the silencer enclosure.

The filter body is mounted directly on the  steel hoppers. The hoppers are fitted with quick release bin mechanism and 3 x rectangular steel Bins of 25 l capacity each. 

The controller units, for remote mounting, are fitted with starters for the fans and motors as well as the built-in timed sequencer to operate the shaker mechanism.

With its large filter area in relationship to the fan size this unit is ideal for lighter dust application that would otherwise blind normal ratio's of filters, on such applications as powder coating, powder tipping and flour mills etc

OPERATION

During normal operation

1. During normal operation, the dust laden air from the plant travels down the supply duct

2. The standard baffle is mounted at the inlet of the filter to break up the air flow and direct the dust downward into the hopper section while protecting the filter media from abrasive dust.

3. The lighter dust collects on the inside of the envelope bag as clean air passes through. Finally, the clean air travels through the air handling fan where it could be returned to the plant or exhausted outdoors.

4. The heavier dust settles in the hopper section where it can be discharged into the metal bins.

CLEANING

1. Each time the filter unit is turned off, there is a 2 minute delay to allow the extraction fan to run down and then the automatic timer activates the shaking motor.

2. The shaft of the shaker motor is attached to a simple cam which, in turn is attached to the shaking mechanism. The shaking mechanism pivots vigorously from side to side which causes the dust to break free from the inside of the filter bag.

3. The dust then falls into the quick release metal bins located at the bottom of the filter unit ready for easy disposal.

 

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Additional files

Photographs taken prior refurbishment. Our refurbishment service is not available on all machines.