We use this technique as a priority when the pollutant emission zone is very difficult to access and installation of a collection device directly on the tool would hinder the smooth running of your process. This method is mainly used for oil mist; we define, during the design phase, the pneumatic values (flows, total pressure, dilution, speed) and the electrical values (voltage, power, efficiency) required for reliable, efficient operation of the installation. Inductive collection consists of transporting the air inside a device outside the emission zone, it requires faster collection speeds, depending on the distance [housing-pollutant]. Using measurements and products to be installed, defined with you on site, we are able to offer this solution and guarantee its results. E.g.: Concentration in the air of particles with a diameter of less than 10 μm, < 40 μg/m3. The type of pollution,intended concentration, method of checking and test load must be defined beforehand and accepted by both parties. The advantages of inductive collection:
- Customised hood and housing: Optimal operation, adaptable.
- Remote action, not directly incorporated into your equipment: No negative impact on your process, productivity maintained.
- Very little maintenance: no wear, no maintenance.
- Guarantees observation of European regulations on the environment and working conditions: improves the quality of the work environment and reduces the risk of occupational disease and equipment wear.
Use of inductive collection: mainly for oil mist and fine particles with micro-lubricated or dry method.