You are surrounded by dust or smoke during your daily working processes? Do you look for extractors or filtration systems for air purification?
The ASD equipment series covers the entire range of extraction and filtration technologies for dust and smoke.
This includes all grinding, cutting, milling and polishing as well as powder filling processes. All to be found in many producing and handcraft industries as well as laboratories.
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Please also check our leaflet on dust and smoke removal systems
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What Extraction and Filtration Technology must accomplish
What do users of extraction and filtration systems expect? Primarily, such systems must meet various requirements to guarantee minimal maintenance effort, health protection and high quality of work. This includes:
● Complete removal of all airborne contaminants occurring in dusts, smokes, vapours, odours and gases.
● Incremental filtration: Utilisation of prefilters for coarse particles (sedimentation dust > 10 µm) to avoid premature saturation of fine dust filters (for particles < 10 µm) and adsorption filters.
● Adaptation to relevant contaminants: An extraction system must absorb all particles, vapours and gases. Therefore, the capacity of the filter media must be adapted to the emitted amount of particles. For example, a large amount of coarse dust requires high-capacity filters to avoid too frequent replacement. Too low saturation conditions lead to extremely high maintenance efforts for the extraction system. On the contrary, if fine dust is largely produced, coarse filters may have low capacities.
● Adaptation to work places: In large production plants, attributes such as ‘space saving’, ‘mobile’ or ‘silent’ do not matter. However, such characteristics are welcome at individual and manual workstations. Filter technology must not be annoying – it should never disturb work routines, neither physically nor acoustically.
These requirements are met by extraction and filtration systems from ULT.