Nederman is a world leader in dust and smoke extraction, exhaust fume extraction, hose and cable reels and workplace partitioning.
With sales in more than 50 countries and its own distribution network, Nederman is the best-known brand in the industry on a global basis.
The October edition of EMS magazine is now available to read online in page turning digital format or PDF format. This edition contains articles on achieving best practice in condition monitoring and plant maintenance as well as the latest products, news and case studies.
• 3 metre long 304 grade S/S dust extraction arm
• 2500m3/hr centrifugal fan with 1.5kw EExd II B T5 Motor
• 9m2 multi pocket, anti static, polyester needlefelt bag filter
• Automatic filter cleaning by timed shaker with 0.55kw EExd II B T5 Motor
• Secondary HEPA filtration
• Dust collection bin
• Electrical control panel requireing 415v 3ph supply
• 304 grade S/S construction
These vacuum cleaner systems are certified for explosion proof / ignition proof hazardous locations by an independent lab and can be used to vacuum up flammable and explosive materials. Qualified for categories 1, 2, & 3 as defined in the ATEX directive 94 / 9 /EC.
The DC 1800 is equipped with a steel container and a plastic bag can be used inside the container. It is equipped with a brushless motor (for spark-free operation) and is certified to IP5X standard.
Based in Huddersfield, Extract Technology designs and manufactures a range of
The high sensitivity of the Model 60i requires as little as one quarter the flow rate of other instruments, exposing the analyzer and sample conditioning system to less particulate and water for more dependable operation. The Model 60i also possesses a wider dynamic range than other multi-gas analyzers, requiring less configuration.
Significant health risks. Fibreglass dust makes you itch just by looking at it
In this article, Dustcontrol highlights problems associated with dust pollution in modern production facilities and illustrates how integrated high vacuum systems can provide competitive advantage. Intense workloads and pressure to produce quality products are
creating demand for cleaner production facilities. However,manufacturing intensity seems to make this need harder than ever.
Airborne dust and particulate waste from manufacturing processes are increasingly nacceptable in facilities trying to achieve efficient working environments. If physical concerns over product quality and environmental health are not enough, external pressures from COSHH and recent ATEX regulations, add to the burden.
While it may seem that air cleaning through large-scale ventilation is a primary option, many businesses could improve their facilities through on-tool extraction.This involves high vacuum systems that transport waste to a centralised location for easy disposal or intermediate pre-separators for potential recycling. Such systems can also be used as general in-house vacuums, negating the need for sweeping (which creates hazardous airborne dust) and mobile vacuums.