Portable dust collectors offer convenience and performanceNovember 1, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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N.R. Murphy has been in the dust collector business for close to 75 years. Over this time, the manufacturer has developed a broad portfolio of high-quality and reliable dust collectors suited for many different industry applications, ensuring that it is able to meet any customer need. For customers who require a portable solution that can handle one or more machines, N.R. Murphy’s MRX Series dust collector is the perfect fit.
An economical solution
MRX Series dust collectors are an economical solution that offer the convenience of being portable without compromising on performance. These efficient units sit on heavy-duty casters for ease of movement, and are specially designed to handle one or several machines in close proximity to one another. They are ideal for saws or other machines where the material volume is low and the particle size is fairly large, and for areas with low headroom, as they require a ceiling height of eight feet and occupy minimal floor space. These dust collectors are also well suited for connecting to machines in remote locations.
Two models are available — the MRX-5 and the MRX-7. The MRX-5 has a five-inch fan inlet diameter, a two-horsepower motor, and can deliver 771 cubic feet per minute at 5,650 feet per minute. The MRX-7, on the other hand, has a seven-inch fan inlet diameter, a three-horsepower motor, and can deliver 1,443 cubic feet per minute at 5,400 feet per minute. Both models are available as two or four bag units, which are quick and easy to assemble and install. Various voltages are available to suit the customer’s application.
If a portable solution is not required, N.R. Murphy carries a wide variety of other high-quality dust collectors in a range of sizes, capacities and more, each suited for different industries and applications.
To learn more about its comprehensive selection, contact N.R. Murphy.