FILTRONIC / MODULE FILTRONIC
FILTRONIC. Electrostatic filtering unit, including a fitted ventilation unit, for the extraction of fumes (e.g. extractor cowls in industrial kitchens), with filtering of particles as small as 0.01 microns. The flow volumes range from 2,500 m3/h to 5,000 m3/h. FILTRONIC MODULE. Electrostatic filtering system for positioning in air conduits. This is the same as the Filtronic but without a ventilator. The basic difference between both models lies in the possibility of adapting the Filtronic module to pre-existing installations. Outstanding features: It can be adjusted to all kinds of ventilation boxes. It can be fitted in any conduit.
The FILTRONIC systems have been designed to purify air in ventilation conduits in offices, hotels, restaurants, etc., or directly in industrial premises, discotheques, dance halls, warehouses, etc. It is also used for foodstuffs packaging halls, computer rooms, and laboratories. With the appropriate modifications to the interior filters, it has been successfully used in industry to filter oil mists and welding fumes.
- GALVANIZED STEEL OUTSIDE CONSTRUCTION. STAINLESS STEEL CONSTRUCTION CAN BE SUPPLIED TO ORDER.
- Mesh filter made of MO type material, as in UNE 23727-90.
- Self-extinguishable filtering mat filter, class F1, according to Standard DIN 53438. EU4 according to Standard DIN 24185.
- Fan built according to Standard CEE EN 60204-1.
- Foam-filtering filter PPI impregnated with active carbon. Average filtration surface: m2/gr = 750.
All versions of the FILTRONIC electronic purifier include a triple filtering system: Mechanical: stopping particles as small as 3 microns. It has two filters positioned in series, a mesh filter and a blanket filter. Electronic: stops particles as small as 0.01 microns. Active carbon: this is made up of a foam filter impregnated with active carbon, which is very efficient at absorbing unpleasant smells. The FILTRONIC systems are fitted with a pressostat to detect the static pressure generated when the ventilator is on or when the covers are open. This manometer stops electrostatic cells starting up before sufficient air is flowing through them. Once the cells are connected, the pilot light, which has been designed to warn the worker that it is in operation, takes a few seconds to come on to let the ventilator reach its nominal speed.