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Scientific Dust Collectors Receives Two Patents

April 25, 2011
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Scientific Dust Collectors (SDC) recently announced it has been issued two new patents by the U.S. Patent Office for a cleaning nozzle. The nozzle provides an improvement in cleaning technology that achieves superior performance when compared to existing technology.

SDC has used nozzle-based cleaning systems on reverse pulse jet collectors in the manufacturing industry for 30 years. The key to the performance of this unique cleaning system is the scientific design of the cleaning nozzle. The patented technology provides even more induced cleaning air into the filter media than any other system now available.

For additional details, visit www.scientificdustcollectors.com.

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