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CYCLONE, CONDUCTIVE NYLON, 10MM

Zefon 10mm Conductive Nylon Cyclone (Dorr-Oliver style)
Item Number: ZA0080
Availability: In Stock
Manufacturer: Zefon International

$80.00

The Zefon® 10mm Conductive Nylon Cyclone (a static conductive replica of the 10mm “Dorr-Oliver” Nylon Cyclone) is used in conjunction with 37mm filter cassettes to separate dust particles by size with the respirable particles being collected on the filter and larger particles being removed. The collection efficiency curve meets the standards set forth by ACGIH/ISO/CEN for a respirable curve with a median 50% cut point of 4μ when operated at a flow rate of 1.7 LPM.

The Zefon 10mm Conductive Nylon Cyclone has been designed to precisely match the internal workings of the Dorr-Oliver 10mm nylon cyclones currently on the market. This results in performance characteristics which are identical*, but also provides the added benefit of being static conductive. The external characteristics of the Zefon 10mm Nylon Conductive Cyclone have been designed for ease of use and is one of the lightest cyclones for users to wear.

A cassette/cyclone holder is required for use. The cyclone is compatible with Zefon cassette/cyclone holder #ZA0061 or the SKC holder #225-1.

Features:

  • Meets NIOSH requirements for 10mm nylon cyclones as specified in 0600 for nuisance dust and 7500, 7501, 7601 and 7602 for silica dust
  • Conductive – Eliminates any possible bias in sampling results from static charging
  • Lightweight design – Only 3.6oz (104g) for the complete assembly including cassette and holder
  • Compatible with the Zefon universal cassette/cyclone holder

 

 FLOW RATE (l/min)  1.7  2.0
 APPLICATION  ISO/ACGIH/CEN Convention  Other Applications
 CNOMINAL PARTICLE DIAMETER (μm)  4.0  3.5
Products specifications
CUT POINT 4 micron
FLOW RATE 1.7 LPM
MATERIAL Conductive Nylon
TYPE Dorr-Oliver
Products specifications
CUT POINT 4 micron
FLOW RATE 1.7 LPM
MATERIAL Conductive Nylon
TYPE Dorr-Oliver
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