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Industry Operations

  • Industrial paper shredders
  • Corrugated box scraps
  • Printing facilities
  • Paper dust
  • Paper trim

The Farr Gold Series has proven itself to work very well in paper scrap applications, where horizontal cartridge collectors have failed because of fibrous dust and strands bridging between the cartridges. It is customized to accommodate the fibrous nature of dust. The vertical cartridge design works better and Camfil APC is one of the few companies that can handle paper scrap well.

GS108 on Paper Dust

GS108 on Paper Dust

GS48 on paper trim from shredder

GS48 on paper trim from shredder


The Farr Gold Series, with its cross flow inlet design and vertical pleated cartridges, keeps the material from bridging, especially in processes such as book binding, printing and corrugated box board production. For paper slits, cutoffs and extremely fibrous material, nylon overbags can be installed on the cartridges to prevent bridging and wedging in the pleats as well.

GS16 on Paper Dust at a printing company.

GS16 on Paper Dust at a printing company.

Disposable dust bags being used in lieu of drums under a Farr Gold Series

Disposable dust bags being used in lieu of drums under a Farr Gold Series. Photo courtesy of Ohio Blow Pipe.


New NFPA Standard

In 2008, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has changed their explosion protection guideline to NFPA 68 Standard on Explosion Protection by Deflagration Venting. Companies that handle paper and scrap are heavily impacted by this development. Take a moment to read more on this subject here: Article: New explosion venting requirements have a major impact on the paper industry (PDF).