Justrite 28230 Aerosolv® Super System 7000 With Counter For Recycling Aerosol Cans, Padlock/key, Filter, Wire, and Goggles
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The Aerosolv® 7000 Super aerosol can puncture device is a safe and efficient method for recycling spent aerosol cans. It offers all the features of the original Aerosolv® Standard System plus greater vapor reduction, easy tracking, and added security. Its colormetric carbon filter indicates filter saturation. Lockout and shut-off mechanism seals the system and drum when not in use to eliminate the escape of hazardous vapors to meet OSHA requirements. Easily comply with your ISO 14001 program by using the built-in counter. Includes a combination coalescing/saturation indicating carbon filter, a padlock with key, anti-static ground wire with C-clamp, and safety goggles.
EPA compliant and ETV certified, it is designed to eliminate entire RCRA waste stream from operations.
EPA compliant and ETV certified
A variety of replacement filters and parts are also available.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to puncture cans with Aerosolv®?
It only takes 15-20 seconds for the can to be depleted after puncturing. The Aerosolv® system has the capability to puncture as many as 500 on a one-man eight hour shift.
How does the filter work?
It is composed of two parts: a coalescing lower portion and an activated carbon upper portion. The coalescing portion collects microscopic airborne liquids from the gas and combines them into droplets which collect within the filter chamber. The activated carbon adsorbs hydrocarbons and removes odor from the dry gas which has passed through the coalescing portion. It effectively reduces VOCs from the escaping gas, resulting in total hydrocarbon emissions 75% less than the 300 ppm desired limitations.
When does the filter need to be changed?
Filter life is 9 months or 2,250 cans with changing the Carbon Cartridge (upper portion) twice; cartridge life is 3 months or 750 cans; more frequent change-outs may be necessary based on use. The activated carbon will meet its maximum adsorption at this time and require replacement.
Why is the anti-static wire necessary?
There is an OSHA requirement for grounding of vessels to prevent any build-up of the static electricity transferred to a drum discharge when transferring flammable liquids or gases. The anti-static wire grounds the drum and the Aerosolv® unit simultaneously.
Must Aerosolv® be installed only on 55-gallon drums?
No, all industry standard drums have 2" openings, which is all that is required for an Aerosolv® system to be installed. However, Aerosolv® should not be installed on a drum smaller than 30-gallon capacity to allow proper displacement of compressed gas released during puncturing.