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Multi-stage filter system for insulation drying units
Get to know the advantages of the multi-stage filter system and combine it with your needs
Low-pressure drying employing water separators to protect the vacuum turbine against water and coarse particles for years have been the state of the art in the drying sector.
Qualified specialist companies nowadays mostly only use the hitherto deployed standard procedure of excess pressure drying in unoccupied areas.
A comparison of both procedures as well as further information have been compiled for you in the "practical process information".
Due to the sensitization to allergens, carcinogenic microfibres, dust, asbestos, mites and the entire mould and bacteria issue, which has increased by a breathtaking pace over the years, the low-pressure procedure is not only preferable, but in some cases absolutely necessary, e.g. when mould has formed or mineral wool was used as insulating material.
Because during restoration work high concentrations of hazardous fine particulates, microfibres from the mineral fibre insulation as well as mould spores and bacteria from the insulation layer are inevitably released.
Only when using fine particulate air filters of the corresponding class they can reliably be filtered and their exposure can be prevented!
A precisely attuned filter system separates particles sized up to 0.3 micrometres to 99.97 % and ensures optimum purification of the process air before it is fed back to the air in the room or outdoors.
MultiQube multi-stage filter system – more than the sum of its individual parts...
Water separator, micro and HEPA filters are perfectly well-matched special constructions designed by specialised engineering consultants and regarding filter surface and nominal performance especially geared for a maximum air flow rate of the vacuum turbine of the MultiQube insulation dryer units.
Therefore, all Trotec filters come with a manufacturer approval for the use of vacuum turbines with pressure differences of more than 250 mbar!
But the MultiQube multi-stage filter system
can accomplish even more...
With an uncompromising eye on the practical benefits for users, all modules are constantly advanced and complemented by performance-improving innovations.
Hence, the new WA 4i filter cartridge provides hardly any resistance to the air flow and the new HEPAControl function avoids a reduction of the drying air flow caused by contaminated HEPA filter elements.
Therefore, take advantage of the benefits of the multi-stage filter chain with individual Trotec modules...
The combination of Trotec water separators, micro filter elements and compressors enables the installation of an effective three-stage filter system.
Depending on the degree of pollution of the air and the application environment, the system can be installed as 4-stage filter chain by integrating the Trotec HEPA filter module.
Find out more about the individual system components and become convinced by the benefits of the flexible Trotec modular design philosophy by seven exemplary installations!
- Drying control unit (1)
- Water separator with integrated micro filter system (2)
- HEPA filter (3)
- Insulation drying unit (4)
- Silencer (5)
The new TTKwic quick coupling enables a time-saving installation of a single central water drain for all used drying units and with the new drying control unit DA 4, thanks to Efidry, 30 to 70 % shorter drying periods can be realized.
All in all, with the MultiQube system you benefit not only equally from optimum air filtration at maximum air current and thus from an increased compressor efficiency, but also from longer compressor lifetimes, need-based and cost-saving combination possibilities of all individual modules – and with the drying control unit DA 4 from the currently fastest insulation drying system on the global market!
The main idea of our modular design philosophy is that in line with demand you can determine all required devices for your specific task and have the respectively ideal overall system at your disposal for all combinations.
This claim cannot be realized with combination devices which have several components already integrated invariably. Furthermore, devices with complete fixed installations are usually larger, heavier and more difficult to handle, plus all elements will be in use even if only few are needed.
Dehumidifier in the compressor housing?
HEPA filter in the water separator?
These solutions not only increase the costs for acquisition, but also for maintenance and cleaning.
With the modular system you are set for any task yet to come...
With the Trotec modular solution you can specifically combine only those components needed for the respective drying application.
If all you need is a compressor, then a compressor is what you will be using.
No problem, just install silencers.
Additionally combine water separator and micro filter.
Hygiene-sensitive areas, contamination hazard?
Add a HEPA filter to the drying installation.
Extremely accelerated low-pressure drying?
Install drying control unit DA 4 MultiQube.
The advantage is that all modules are exceedingly well-matched and can yet be combined equally at random or used individually.
The system thus unites high economic efficiency and simple handling with the greatest possible flexibility!
These two exemplary installations point out the benefits of a modular system:
Installed in the construction on the left is a filtration chain without HEPA filter. This structure is typical for approx. 50 % of all applications. Owing to the modular design, only few steps are required to realize an appropriate structure with HEPA filter stage as shown in the figure on the right.
Your advantage: All individual modules of the Trotec filter chain are calculated precisely for the requirements of insulation drying using a vacuum process and exceedingly well-matched with respect to performance level, proportion of filter surfaces, flow resistance and suction capacity!
Allow yourself to be convinced of the benefits of the flexible Trotec modular design philosophy by seven exemplary installations...