N.R. Murphy brings clean air to schools across CanadaDecember 17, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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N.R. Murphy has been meeting the dust collection needs of a wide range of industries for more than 70 years, with 14,000-plus installations across the globe. The education sector is one of the many industries that rely on the company’s products to improve air quality.
Meeting the needs of schools
N.R. Murphy is heavily involved in the educational sector, and has supplied more than 1,500 of its systems to elementary, secondary and post-secondary institutions across Canada.
BCIT, for example, uses N.R. Murphy dust collection equipment to combat the airborne dust resulting from its carpentry and woodworking programs on campus. In addition, Mohawk College uses the company’s dust collectors in the cabinetmaking shop of the school’s Stoney Creek, Ont., campus.
The company has two models, in particular, that are geared towards the needs of educational institutions. The FB Series is one of them. These self-contained dust collectors feature a cylindrical design and tube-style filters with mechanical cleaning. The units fit low ceiling areas, take up a minimal amount of floor space, and are suitable for both inside or outside applications. They offer an efficient performance, low maintenance, as well as easy installation and operation.
The MK Series is also an option for schools. These dust collectors are suitable for both inside and outside installations. They feature a heavy gauge all-welded construction in a square or rectangular design, and tube style filters with mechanical cleaning. The self-contained units are flexible and compact, quiet and require minimal maintenance.
The FB and MK Series are available in various sizes to suit a wide range of needs.
An industry leader
N.R. Murphy is dedicated to solving the air pollution problems of its growing list of customers in a wide range of industries, from education and woodworking, to metalworking, textiles and more. The company continually improves its products and services to ensure that its customers have the best possible air quality — a major reason the company has been in business, and has continued to grow, since it was founded in 1943.
To learn more about its products and the sectors it serves, contact N.R. Murphy.