When it comes to choosing filters for a cartridge dust collector, plant professionals sometimes regard these items as a commodity. But the lowest-priced filter might in fact carry the highest price tag over time. The only way to be sure is through a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculation.
TCO explores energy use, maintenance and other factors to compare costs of operating a dust collector with different filters. It helps you determine what it really costs to own your dust collector filters… and how to save money, time and energy by choosing the best filters for your application. This whitepaper will review:
- How to make sure the filters you select meet performance requirements
- How to use TCO to compare costs of operating a dust collector with different filters
- Real-life cost-saving examples