All sorts of pollution can develop in the indoor air within a production hall. This includes wood dust (wood processing), textile dust (textile sector), metal dust and welding fumes (metal fabrication), paper and cardboard dust (packaging industry) and dusts produced during preparation of food products (food industry). Despite the fact the source extraction is often used in these sectors, the small dust particles remain suspended in the air and eventually settle on the products or semi-finished products. The dusts floating in the air endanger the health of the personnel. When they settle on surfaces, they lead to machine malfunctions, result in high cleaning costs, are damaging to the company’s image and pose a risk to hygiene. Therefore dust extraction in the production hall is essential.
At many companies with a production hall the machines are fitted with source extraction, but this only removes the large dust particles. The small, fine dust particles can only be removed with a whole-room air cleaning solution.
Euromate has designed a dust extractor specially for a production environment that reduces pollution in the air by more than 90%. Less dust in the production hall results in lower cleaning costs, less absence due to illness, higher productivity and a better image.
What makes Euromate dust extraction units unique is that they are not connected to the central dust extraction system. They are plug-and-play units that draw in the air, filter it and blow clean air back into the hall. The Euromate dust extractor is also installed for free, stand-alone, plug-and-play and versatile.
Improvement of the air quality in the production environment through dust extraction provides benefits, such as:
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