Maxi series soot filter system
Maxi is a high-efficiency filtering device suitable for soot and dust, which can easily filter the soot dust generated in the metal processing industry. The processing capacity of this series of filters can reach up to 80,000m³/h air volume; they can meet the customers by configuring filters of different materials. The need for special working conditions such as high filtration efficiency and anti-static.
The Maxi filter is equipped with an automatic pulse cleaning system to achieve online cleaning of the filter. If necessary, offline cleaning can be achieved. Both
air permeability and high filter accuracy filter core materials are considered.
According to the needs of explosion-proof, it can be configured as an explosion-proof smoke and dust filter
module Design, processing, and assembly to easily meet customer needs for various processing air volumes
Soot Purifier Selection Table
Maxi filter advantages
Abundant product models to meet customers' various air volume requirements
According to different dust characteristics, choose filter elements with different filter materials
Modular design, free assembly, superb processing technology
Mass production, quality controllable
Equipped with a turbo fan with excellent performance, it can realize the perfect combination of large air volume and high negative pressure
Optional nano-fiber filter material can effectively filter 0.3-1 micron micro particles to achieve higher filtration efficiency
Through PTFE coating, meet the needs of special working conditions such as antistatic, flame retardant, oil-proof and waterproof, ultra-fine dust, etc.
Superb technology, computer design, simulation test
Optimized airflow design
Efficient imported filter material
Welding generates smoke and dust and releases harmful gases and particles. Welding-related operations, such as grinding, cutting, and polishing, also produce the above-mentioned harmful substances. The smoke particles are mainly formed by the evaporation of metals and flux. As the steam cools, the steam condenses and reacts with oxygen in the atmosphere to form fine particles.
At the welding source, the diameter of welding fume particles can be from 0.01 to greater than 0.1 μm . When the particles reach the welder's breathing area, polymerization has occurred and become particles of 1-2 μm in size. Particles greater than 5 μm are attached to the upper respiratory tract. Particles in the range of 0.1-5μm, including welding fumes and dust, can penetrate the internal cells of the lungs and settle down, causing harm to the human body
In addition, many processes produce various gases (carbon dioxide and ozone are the most common, but there are other gases at the same time), and these gases can also be dangerous if there is insufficient ventilation.
Welding dust removal of metal workpieces Plasma cutting soot purification
Metal workpiece polishing soot purification Robot automatic welding soot purification