The contaminated air enters the lower section of CORAL AIRCOMPACT and, due to the unit’s specific design, the velocity is immediately reduced allowing the larger particles to fall out of the air stream into the waste bin.
The fumes or dust then enter the central filter section at very low velocity allowing the filter cartridges to capture the smaller particulate. Clean air then exits the unit.
During operation, CORAL AIRCOMPACT is always operating at a perfect level of efficiency thanks to the fully automated pneumatic cleaning system. High pressure compressed air stored in a small storage tank is suddenly released inside the cartridge creating a violent counter-current wave, which reverses the direction of air flow and forces the solids collected on the cartridge surface to fall to the collection bin below.
The pulse-jet self-cleaning system is electronically controlled and is constantly monitoring the difference in pressure between the clean and dirty side of the filter. The electronic controller will automatically adjust the cleaning cycles and increase or decrease the frequency of cleaning depending on the level of contamination and the pressure drop across the filter cartridges.