The dry suction walls or booths are shaped like a suction cabinet that can be easily positioned in front of the working area, with consequent logistic and operational advantages.
The dry suction walls or booths have been designed and developed by our technical department with 20 years of business experience and can be used for the suction of fumes, smoke or gaseous pollutants like dust generated from machining of large surfaces.
The suction booths and walls extract smoke, dust and fumes from the front and depending on the version are conveyed to the filtration stages through opposed vertical slats (fumes and dust) or an Andreae filter Panel (liquid painting).
The air extracted passes through the filters mounted at the back and is then conveyed to the electric fan, to be expelled to the outside.
The dry suction walls and booths are made of sturdy galvanised steel panels, machined with CNC punching machine and press-formed with computerised 6-axis bending.All panels are trimmed with silicone seals and bolted together with high strength bolts, screws, rivets, threaded inserts self-drilling etc.depending on the needs required by the assembly and use.
The inside of the structure contains:
High-efficiency fan with backward blade impeller, made of carbon steel and painted, it comes directly coupled to the 3-phase motor, with balanced backward blade impeller which are carefully statically and dynamically balanced to be free from vibrations, ensuring a longer life to the motor ball bearings.It is normally placed at the top of the booth, leaning on the same with a swivel connection and support bracket, it has been specially designed for the type of use required to guarantee adequate flow and the suitable prevalence to support even a suitable exhaust line of a maximum of 7/12 metres that results from our experience be a length used in 95% of extraction.It is mounted in an upward position and discharges the air extracted horizontally, it can be rotated 360° depending on the requirements of use.Several stages of filtration, designed according to the type of work and pollutant, with final efficiency never less than 98%.