The iCue service will be standard on specific Donaldson industrial dust collectors purchased after 30 March 2021.
The iCue service will be standard on specific Donaldson industrial dust collectors purchased after 30 March 2021.

The Donaldson Company has announced that its iCue connected filtration service will be a standard feature on its most popular industrial dust collector models, allowing maintenance teams, on-site or via a partner, to monitor and manage operational performance in real-time.

The iCue service will be standard on specific Donaldson industrial dust collectors purchased after 30 March 2021, including the DFO and DFE Cartridge Collector models and the RP, LP and RF Baghouse models. Additional models will be included later this year. The hardware, standard monitoring sensors and a free iCue service trial subscription are included with the purchase.

The subscription-based iCue service provides maintenance teams with automated reports, an online interface for more detailed analysis, and real-time alerts for assessment and action if the dust collection system shifts outside set parameters. Teams can also purchase additional sensors to meet specific facility and industry needs for dust collection system performance and reporting, such as HEPA filter and outflow particulate emissions monitoring.

The iCue service does not require IT integration with an internal automation network, and is available in the US, Canada and Europe.