MOBILE AND FIXED INSTALATION DUST COLLECTORS
Buy, lease, or rent a BlueSky®dust collector
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Rent, lease or purchase
All three options are available. We analyze your case and help you decide what best suits your requirements and what is most cost-effective.
BlueSky turnkey service
Choosing the BlueSky turnkey service means that we handle the entire installation from the word go. It's that easy!
A BlueSky® dust collector consists of two, three or more sections
The BlueSky® dust collection system is truly modular and plug & play. Sections can be added at any time. Your dust collector grows as your need for capacity grows. This on-demand-capacity feature of a BlueSky dust collector can result in substantial energy savings.
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We did not start BlueSky to be just another dust collector supplier. We set out to solve the problems inherent in traditional dust collector designs (both mobile and fixed installation)
MOBILE DUST COLLECTORS
Operational problems concerning traditional mobile dust collectors
- Ducting inlets are located high above the ground at the top of the machine, which forces the ducting hoses to a sharp angle. This quickly causes ripping and cracking.
- Auger jams are a common occurrence while operating a traditional mobile dust collector (auger moves collected dust out of the bottom compartment). Auger jams happen when wet/dry weather conditions cause the collected dust to cake and harden. Workers must climb inside the machine to break up the hardened dust-cake to remove it.
- Filter compartments can only be accessed via the roof of the dust collector. This makes for time-consuming filter change-outs.
- Flat tires and oil leaks are very common..
FIXED INSTALLATION DUST COLLECTORS
Operational problems concerning traditional stationary dust collectors
- Ducting inlets are located high above the ground, which means duct installation requires ladders lifts or scaffolding. This is time-consuming, adds to the overall cost, and increases down-time
- Dust is collected in drums at the bottom of the machine. There are serious issues with the handling of the collected dust. Spills are common and because service personnel is chronically lax about using the required PPE (personal protection equipment), companies open themselves up to lawsuits.
- Filter change-outs are time-consuming because the filter compartment can only be reached with a ladder. Also here, service personnel is often exposed to dust.