General Tech Terms
Technical and operational details
The filter is a three-speed underwater system with an automatic self-cleaning option.
Works only with water. In some cases, different reagents are used in the water for different types of pollutants.
Reagents are replaced 3 or 4 times a year, with the required dose being 50-100 g for the entire filter. Reagents are affordable and negligible cheap chemical compounds such as an 5% sodium hydroxide solution (for viruses and bacteria), sodium bicarbonate (for acids), 5% sodium hydroxide (for biological - amino acids).
The filter is tested and produces a successful 99.3% - 99.6% traceability result in capturing the mechanical and most of chemical pollutants, and 100% in capturing of biological (bacteria and viruses) pollutants.
Attaches to existing aspiration systems or works completely independently.
Depending on the volume of the room and the capacity required, the filter works in two ways:- If volume up to 5,000 m3/h - with vacuum at the outlet of the filter - If volume over 5,000 m3/h - with pressure before the filter inlet
It is used on three occasions – it cleans the air that enters the room, that is in the room, or which leaves the contaminated premises.
Noise depends on the amount of air passing through it (or through the turbine). For reference, a filter that cleans 1,500 m3/h and has the size h=1000 mm, d=200 mm works with < 62 dB, which is equal to the noise of a standard vacuum cleaner / dryer.
Consuming less power versus the most precise mechanical filters, as it works with a constant resistance level (typical for cyclone technology) - for a filter up to 2,000 m3/h, the electrical power consumption is 100-150 W/h.
Since there are no porous or lattice structures in the filter, its resistance is always the same regardless of the degree of pollutant and regardless of the amount of air that passes through it. For this reason the air conductivity is high and the air system of the factory is not loaded.
When working in a process, filter resistance is negligible, but when turned off, it turns into a siphon system, that is, it becomes a plug (the filter becomes a plug due to the rigid water barrier).