Filter cartridge of dust class M
Antistatic microfiber surface (PES) polyester
Conductive PTFE coating protects against mechanical damage
Cleaning by compressed air surges
Less filter changes
Robust against mechanical damage
Additionally collecting a very wide range of gases and odors - > neutralization by chemical bonding with attached to the substrate reactant.
Low-contamination dust disposal
Molecular sieve against gaseous pollutants
Pipes /flexible hose/extraction arm
Air return or exhaust air duct
External start of the filter cleaning process
Parameterization access for the activation of customer functions
Visual and accoustic display of the filter saturation
- Filter saturation indicator
Display that is viewing angle stable
Optical status detection visible from afar
Manual start of the filter-cartridge cleaning
Filter saturation indicator
Cleaning-in-progress indicator on the display
Wide range input 100 – 240 V
Rotor made of permanent magnet
Stator of several windings
Bridge circuit of MOSFET transistors commutating electromagnets
Easy to remove collection container
Dust bag for low-contamination dust removal
Removal through the upper opening of the system
Low-contamination dust bag removal
DIN EN ISO 15012-1 by the Institute for Occupational Safety (IFA)
suitable for W3
- fulfills protection level for safe extraction and filtering required by TRGS 528 Directive
- specifically tested by Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (IFA) in accordance with DIN ISO 15012-1 (2013) and 15012-4 (2016)
- meets high safety requirements
- safely filters smoke, vapours and dusts with particles in micrometer range
- awarded W3 and DGUV seal
- listed on "IFA positive list"
Laser can be used to process metals, wood and plastics. Due to the versatility, companies are focusing intensively on laser technology. This generates unwanted byproducts in addition to increasing efficiency, regardless of type and performance. Our TBH systems ensure a safe extraction of fine dust and laser smoke.
Metal machining processes produce many chips. Milling, turning, drilling and grinding, form tiny particles that are often barely recognizable to the eye. Due to the thermal influence of the manufactured components, pollutants penetrate deep into the lungs and can lead to serious diseases.
Welding, grinding and cutting release very fine particles from the surface to be processed. When these dangerous substances break down on the lungs, they can trigger permanent incapacity to work. There must be efficient extraction of welding fumes to prevent this from happening.
Glass production is very hot. The high temperatures required for melting allow gases to rise, which contain large quantities of environmentally hazardous substances. The hot or cold terminal layer releases tin or titanium chlorides in the acid polishing, for example, hydrofluoric and sulfuric acid. These have to be necessarily extracted because they are harmful to human health.
When working with metals, hazardous dusts are produced which are carcinogenic and pose a hazardous explosion. The extraction of metal dusts is therefore particularly important for protecting your health. TBH gives you even more flexibility with the mobile extraction.
Processes like grinding, deburring, milling, drilling, or cutting, create dusts, vapors and gases. These byproducts need to be extracted before these tiny particles can be inhaled.
Protection Class 1
Power input 1.1 kW
4 casters for mobile use