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Nederman brings dust collector solutions

 Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Nederman Insight control panels are empowered with IntelliPULSE technology to minimize redundant cleaning to provide more effective filtration and longer filter bag life. The basis of IntelliPULSE technology is an innovative algorithm that minimizes filter pulse cleaning while keeping a constant pressure differential (dP) setpoint over a range of dust input loads. Whenever a Nederman pulse jet dust collector employs the Insight control panel, the off time between pulses is automatically optimized to keep the differential pressure drop across the filter element constant. As a result, compared to set-point modification and continuous cleaning, the energy needed for filter cleaning can be reduced by up to 40% and 90%, respectively.

Since filters are cleaned with fewer pulses, micro-tears in the filters occur much less providing a longer lifetime and reducing filter replacement costs up to 40%.

Reduce energy consumption for filter cleaning
Electricity used to power the fans and compressed air used to clean filters in dust collection systems may represent a considerable source of energy consumption. Compressors are notoriously inefficient energy consumers because, on average, only 10 to 20% of the energy they consume is used where it is intended and the remainder is lost as heat, leaks, or other waste.

“Nederman future-proof technologies prepare the factories for today and tomorrow.”
Energy conservation mostly involves optimizing energy use, but diagnostic technology is also crucial. Constantly updated Nederman insight control panels with new features serve as a foundation for upcoming enhancements.

Real-Time Condition/Health Monitoring capabilities will allow for the immediate detection of open and shorted solenoids that cause DP to rise and clog filters, as well as the location of ruptured/lazy/frozen diaphragms that quickly waste compressed air and leaks before emissions are even visible. With IntelliPULSE technology, pulse rates on most filters can be reduced by up to 90% compared to continuous cleaning mode, lowering compressed air usage from level A to level B. Further, ruptured diaphragms will be identified and corrected with the aid of forthcoming “Diagnostic Failed Diaphragm Detection” features before they leak air for an extended period of time. As a result, it is anticipated that compressed air consumption will decrease from level B to level C, resulting in an overall energy reduction of up to 60% in compressed air.

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