A mist collector is another name for electrostatic precipitator collector. Because the exhaust emitted by industrial processes is typically smoke, fumes and/or mist, the name is accurate for what the electrostatic precipitator (ESP) mist collector does.
The Smog-Hog PSG series commercial cooking exhaust systems are some of the most popular products we offer at Matrix Systems. Here are a few of the features that our customers like about them.
The Smog-Hog was born in 1970 at a small company, United Air Specialists, Inc. (UAS) that was founded in 1966 in response to a growing demand for improved air quality for industrial plants at the time. The Smog-Hog was the first electrostatic precipitator to hit the market addressing these needs. When OSHA was passed later that year, it established UAS as the industry leader in industrial air quality. UAS also created the “Dust-Cat”–the ancestor of the Dust-Hog line of dust extraction equipment–around that time in order to fill a need within the market for industrial-quality media-based dust air filtration solutions.
Installing a commercial air filtration system is not a magical solution for air pollution control. These complex systems require several services in order to make sure that the system functions as designed. Here are 5 services that you will need for your commercial air filtration system:
Matrix Systems provides the latest in air filtration technologies through its Smog Hog commercial kitchen exhaust filtration systems, and mist collectors, and Dust Hog dust collection systems. But commercial air filtration has come a long way from its modest origins.
A commercial cooking exhaust system is a significant, and important, investment in your restaurant or commercial kitchen. So, it is important to find the right provider to make sure that both the purchase meets your immediate needs and is serviced and maintained properly in the future. Here are 4 things you should be looking for in an excellent commercial kitchen exhaust filtration systems provider:
To keep your UAS or Smog-Hog system operational at all times, it is a good idea to keep some of these commonly needed spare Smog-Hog parts on hand in order to minimize down time.
Matrix SP7 DetergentIt never hurts to keep a couple of 5-gallon pails of Matrix SP7 Detergent on hand for your Smog-Hog, UAS and Trion units. Keeping your units clean keeps them working efficiently.
A cyclone dust collection system, such as the DustHog C Series High Efficiency Cyclone Separator, is specifically designed to remove large to moderate-size particles such as sawdust, chips, bits of metal and other larger contaminants from the air. It separates the larger particles from the smaller, sometimes invisible particles in an airflow. It does this by using a long-tapered cone, an inlet that pushes air rapidly into the cone–somewhere between 800 and 13,000 Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM).
SmogHog fume extractors or SmogHog Mist Collectors, remove harmful smoke, fumes and mist that are created as a result of industrial processes and releases the clean air after the process. These provide a lot of additional benefits that you may have never considered.