Oil Mist Extraction And Air Filtration
Effectively capture and filter coolant or oil mist / smoke to avoid inhalation of hazardous residue present in a foggy haze across the plant. Oily residues on surfaces, equipment and electrical panels can be reduced with suitable extraction thus cost savings can be achieved by the avoidance of equipment malfunction.
Call Lubriserv now for advice Anyone who produces coolant or oil mist and smoke knows the problems that arise if you don’t effectively capture and filter it. Without suitable extraction and oil mist filtration it causes many problems from oil stains on machinery and floors, a foggy haze across the plant, oily residues on walls, equipment and electrical panels, not to mention the hazards of personnel inhaling in high levels of oil and chemicals. Oil residue caused from oil mist is costly to clean up, may cause problems with equipment that is costly to repair.
PATENTED CONICAL FILTER TECHNOLOGY Requires far less maintenance or filter replacements than existing oil mist collection technology
- Filter life 1 – 5 years
- Designed in Europe
- 99.97% efficient
- Clogging is monitored with a pressure gauge
- Large selection of capacities
See the particle analysis in the video clip, following filtration with our AOF oil mist filter on a Star sliding head machine The oil mist filters are available in either black or white and have a manometer to indicate when cleaning of the filter is required; moreover, the three filter elements at the front have been replaced by a single removable, easy-to-clean filter element. This oil filter element is, furthermore, equipped with an air distribution plate ( which produces a ‘tornado effect’) to achieve even better separation. The other unique features of the original unit, which comprise the engery-efficient motors, vibration-free operation and high efficiency (99,97%) have of course been retained.
The new improved AOF Aircleaners are available under model numbers, AF-10P, AF-20P and AF-30P
The innovative, washable first-stage filter is built up of various layers of expanded stainless steel. This structure results in depth filtration, a process which enables the separation of extremely fine aerosol particles. The filtration of aerosol particles is further optimised by first feeding the airflow to the filter element by means of a tornado effect. This ‘Tornado’ plate is fitted to the top of the filter element. The fact that the element is made of stainless steel means that is can easily be cleaned and used again. What is more, the element is simple and quick to assemble and disassamble.