Strong in separation performance. Small in energy consumption.
ULTRAVENT® Electrostatic filter cells allow the high-grade separation of smoke, dust, fine mist and also sticky or greasy aerosols. “Blue haze” caused by the use of release agents gets separated effectively as well.
The energy consumption of our electrostatic filter cells for an exhaust air volume of 5.000 m3/h meets the energy consumption of a 100 W light bulb.
The ionization electrodes generate a strong electrical field with very low use of energy. Dust particles, smoke and aerosols are attracted by the collector plates due to the electrostatic forces. The electrostatic filter is regularly cleaned by an automatic cleaning system to avoid the accumulation of emissions on the collector plates and to ensure its high separation performance.
The filter cells are characterized by the particularly robust design: frame and carrying bars made of stainless steel, insulators in oil-resistant ceramics, optimized design for the separation of liquid or viscous substances. These features make sure that the electrostatic filter is an economical and durable filter medium for many applications.
Often two categories of contaminants are captured in the electrostatic collection cell. One kind of the filtered substances is liquid, drips off the collection plates, and is collected in a recuperation tank. The oil separated here can often be reused. The second type forms a greasy, oily or encrusted deposit on the filter surface.
Unsuitable filter types can quickly plug and become ineffective, leading to excessive costs associated with filter replacement and disposal. However, electrostatic precipitators never obstruct the air flow through the exhaust system.