JACKSON CENTER, PA, August 13, 2010 (Press-News.org) Challenge: The customer is an industry leader in document storage, data protection and document destruction solutions. At the document destruction center, an existing cartridge dust collector could not handle the paper dust. The cartridges continually failed due to the fibrous dust packing in the pleats resulting in an extremely dusty facility, rasing several health and safety concerns.
Solution: The document destruction company contacted Imperial Systems, Inc. for an answer. Jeremiah Wann, President, had the perfect solution; Imperial's SCF dust collector was designed primarily for the document destruction industry. The SCF downdraft design with glazed tube filters releases paper dust with ease. It features automated cleaning, quick filter change out and longer filter life.
The competitors' all specified a "box of socks"; the old after filter design without automated cleaning.
"We are very happy with the Imperial System's SCF Dust Collector that we purchased for our document destruction center. Our air quality has drastically improved and it has made for a cleaner and more pleasant work area. The product performs even better than we originally expected. From start to finish Imperial Systems was very good to work with. The installation crew was very professional and their quality excellent. It has been a pleasure to do business with the Imperial Systems staff. We really appreciate it very much."
The company has document destruction facilities throughout the United States. They intend on eliminating all of their existing cartridge collectors and installing Imperial's SCF dust collector.
For more information, please visit: http://www.isystemsweb.com or please call 800.918-3013.
About Imperial Systems, Inc.
Imperial Systems, Inc. is a leader in the dust collection industry, specializing in offering custom design, falsity and complete package systems. We maintain a large inventory of dust collection components. We can ship most components within 24 hrs. As a customer-driven solutions provider, we acquire credibility and establish successful relationships by exceeding expectations with professional service and attitude.
Almost each manufacturing process generates dust. We design dust collection systems and components for just about each industry, including, but not limited to: recycling, seed, grain, woodworking, steel, mining, aggregate, biofuels, food processing, pet food, fiberglass, agricultural, chemical processing and paper scrap.
Nearly each manufacturing process generates dust. We manufacture dust collection systems and components for just about each industry, including, but not limited to: recycling, seed, grain, woodworking, steel, mining, aggregate, biofuels,food processing, pet food, fiberglass, agricultural, chemical processing and paper scrap.
The engineering at Imperial Systems, Inc. provides the finest overall quality and intelligent design. We use precision CNC high definition plasma slicing systems to cut all of our fittings. Imperial Systems technical expertise is paralleled by our knowledgeable staff and representative network.
Imperial Systems, Inc. SCF Dust Collector Outperforms the Cartridge Collector in a Document Destruction Facility
The customer is an industry leader in document storage, data protection and document destruction solutions.
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The customer is an industry leader in document storage, data protection and document destruction solutions.