The ODM multifunctional dust collectors
We offer two types of ODM collectors: ODM-P with pleaded filter cartridges (called ‘patrons’) and ODM-K with cassette filter cartridges – in both cases the cartridges are produced of high quality filter fabrics.
The ODM dust collectors are also available in ATEX compliant versions.
The ODM dust collectors are of modular structure and are produced of panels that are bolted together with the use of connectors. In the connections there are additional bendings, which work as structural reinforcing ribs both horizontally and vertically. The base of the dust collector consists of posts and cross-beams made of half-open C-channel sections. The whole structure is produced of continuously galvanized and cold formed carbon steel sheets. The dust collector is produced of standardized filter modules that can be combined together and this way it is possible to extend the filter by additional modules. Such solution increases efficiency of a dust collector.
How does ODM dust collector work?
- Dirty air inlet
- Filter cartridges (pleaded or cassette)
- Clean air collective duct
- Cleaned air outlet
- Compressed air collector
- Explosion vents /ATEX/
Dust collector emptying methods:
- directly into containers
- with the use of an additionally connected rotary valve
- with the use of a screw conveyor and a rotary valve
Methods of filter cartridges cleaning
ODM dust collectors are available with an automatic cleaning function (that is cleaning during filter operation) – with the use of compressed air.
The number and frequency of the cleaning process depends on dust type and the filter load. The cleaning is run by a programmed electric controller. As an option, the cleaning process can take place depending on the measured pressure difference and in case when the pressure exceeds a set limit, the cleaning porcess is initiated.
- ODM-K25 – filter cassettes
- ODM-P200 – pleaded filter cartrides
Filter cassettes of K25 type:
- solid and compact structure
- big filtration surface
- easy mounting and maintenance
- very high filtration efficiency
- individual choice of the filtration material for the cassettes
- available models:
- 4 rows per cassette (filtration surface ca. 7 m2/cassette)
- 6 rows per cassette (filtration surface ca. 10,5 m2/cassette)
|Filter cassette type||Basis weight||Material||Temperature resistance |
|Acid resistance||Alcalic resistance||Hydrolysis ressitance|
|POL/STD||500 g/m2||polyester (standard)||150||good||very low||none|
|COATED||550 g/m2||PTFE coated||150||good||very low||none|
|POL/AS||500 g/m2||antistatic polyesther||150||good||very low||none|
|POL/PTFE||550 g/m2||PTFE membrane||150||limited||low||none|
|POL/SPAW||550 g/m2||polyester, micro unwoven fabric||150||good||medium||very low|
ODM-K dust collector type
|Number of filter cassettes||Filtration surface|
|Max. efficiency of ODM-K dust collector|
Pleaded filter cartridges of P200 type
Pleated filter cartridges are commonly used in dedusting technology. As a rule the working side is on the outside of the cartridges (this is where dust settles).
Depending on the type of dust, there are different materials the pleaded cartridges are produced of: paper or plastic unwoven fabrics, or needled unwoven fabrics. The filter materials are produced according to quality control requirements and are admitted to use as elements which provide filtered air back to the work stands.
|Pleaded filter cartridge type||Material||Air permeability|
[m3/m2/h at 200 Pa]
|NANO||polyesther, micro unwoven fabric||180||M|
Note: for dust collectors with ATEX compliance, the material of the filter cartridges is additionally coated with antistatic layer.
|ODM-P dust collector type||Filter cartridge height||Number of cartridges||Filtrating surface|
|Max. efficiency of ODM-P dust collector |