Cleaning Cells – Avoid These Mistakes – Electrostatic Mistbuster & Trimist Units
Tips for Cleaning Cells There comes a time where your equipment is running smoothly and then all of a sudden everything comes to a standstill. Cleaning cells in sources capture equipment on a CNC machine is crucial to reducing machine downtime. Soak the cells using a non-etching soap that will not degrade the aluminum. Cell.
Is Your Indicator Light Blinking on Your Industrial Air Filtration Unit
Blinking Light on your MistBuster, Tri-Mist or Coolblaster? What to do When the Indicator Light Blinks? A Ground in the Unicell Assembly. The metal fins within the unicell cannot touch one another or the electrical current running through the charged cell will ground out. When the indicator light is blinking please follow the procedure below.
Washing MistBuster and Tri-Mist Cells – Do’s & Don’ts
Getting The Cells Cleaned Effectively to Ensure Proper Operation 1. The collection plates that are stacked closely together which make up each unicell assembly have a large surface area and can only be cleaned by submersion in a non-etching cell soap. (Cell soak 2000) If the soap used is too acidic, then the cell will.
Reduced Air Flow – Slippery Factory Floors
The Residue Ends Up Everywhere In many factories I find a thin oil residue on all the equipment, floors, and sometimes even the boxes for finished products. I see that all the CNC units have Air Filtration units attached like Tri-Mist and MistBusters, and in many cases they even have HEPA filters attached. The HEPA.
Why is Service of Electrostatic Air Filtration Equipment Important
Routine Maintenance = Clean Air Because most units are used in source capture applications. Without an inspection and service plan they stop working. Wash the electrostatic cells frequently enough so that they are not too hard to clean. Schedule time to INSPECT each air filtration unit and put a SERVICE PLAN into action. Routine Maintenance.