Energy costs in mist collector

Oil Mist Collector for CNC Machines – don’t ignore this big cost!

Energy costs are a significant factor to consider in mist collectors, as they can impact the overall operating cost and efficiency of the mist collection system.

Annual energy costs of mist collectors can go up to 35% to 65% of the cost of initial purchase.

Impact of energy cost on Oil Mist Collector for CNC Machines

Mist collectors are used to capture and remove airborne mist or liquid droplets generated during industrial processes, such as metalworking, machining, or coolant spraying. These mist collectors typically utilize various technologies, such as centrifugal force, filtration, or electrostatic precipitation, to capture and separate mist particles from the air. The importance of energy costs in mist collectors can be summarized as follows:
  1. Operating Cost: Energy costs can constitute a significant portion of the operating cost of a mist collection system. Mist collectors often require fans or blowers to create airflow and transport mist-laden air through the collection system. These fans or blowers consume significant electricity to operate, and the energy consumption can vary depending on the size, type, and efficiency of the mist collector. Higher energy consumption can result in increased operating costs, impacting the overall operational budget and profitability of a facility.
  2. System Efficiency: The energy efficiency of a mist collector can impact its performance in capturing and removing mist particles from the air. Energy-efficient mist collectors can provide better airflow, higher mist collection efficiency, and longer filter life, resulting in reduced downtime and maintenance costs. On the other hand, inefficient mist collectors may require higher fan speeds, increased pressure drops, or more frequent filter replacements, resulting in higher energy consumption and operational costs.
  3. Environmental Impact: By minimizing energy consumption in mist collectors through energy-efficient design, operation, and maintenance, facilities can reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to sustainability efforts.

Oil Mist collectors for CNC Machines by SFS offer the highest Return on Investment (ROI)

Here’s why? Considering energy costs in mist collectors is crucial in evaluating the ROI of such systems. Calculating the ROI of mist collectors by factoring in energy costs can help facilities make informed decisions about the economic viability and benefits of investing in mist collection technology. Energy-efficient oil mist collectors from SFS have relatively lower upfront costs as opposed to imported mist collectors. Additionally, Mist Collectors from SFS lead to significant long-term cost savings through reduced energy consumption, extended filter life, and improved system performance.


Energy costs are a critical consideration in mist collectors, as they can impact operating costs, system efficiency, environmental performance, and return on investment. Choosing energy-efficient mist collectors, optimizing system design and operation, and conducting regular maintenance can help minimize energy consumption, reduce operating costs, and improve overall system performance. Consult with mist collector experts at SFS to conduct energy audits to identify and implement energy-saving measures for mist collectors in industrial facilities.

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