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Introduction

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About Dustcontrol, Customers

Stationary Vacuum Systems Planning and Design of Extraction Systems, Pneumatic Material Transportation

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Vacuum Producers

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Filter Units

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Turbopumps, Radial Blowers

S 11000/21000/32000/34000/34000X/46000 S 11000/21000/34000 EX, DC Hepa box

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Compact Vacuum Systems DC 11-Module, DC 3800 Stationary, DC Box

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Pre Separators DC F Mobile, DC F 2800, F 2500/3500/8000/11000/20000/30000 Discharge Arrangements, Containers

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Tubing System page 82 – 90

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Work Station Equipment Cutter 108, Flap Valves, Outlets, Shutter Valves Fume Extraction Arm, Flexpipe, Swingarms, Hose Reel

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Control Systems DC Green System

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Mobile Dust Extractors Single-Phase/Three-Phase Dust Extractors, DC 5900 Semi Mobile System, I-Line, EX-Line, Compressed Air Driven Dust Extractors, DC 25-W/50-W/75-W, Air Cleaners

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Accessories Suction Hoses, Connectors, Cleaning Accessories, Antistatic Accessories, Welding Accessories, Suction Casings, Filters, Plastic Sacks

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Dustcontrol – for cleaner production processes

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to the question: how can you capture and extract different kinds of At Dustcontrol, we are not satisfied with just selling products. We particles and pollutants in the best possible way for your business? manufacture and customize portable dust extractors and industrial extraction systems with very high levels of filtration to your requirements. We offer a complete service package, including accessories and spare parts, so you can trust we will be there to assist you as you focus on Dustcontrol was founded in 1972 on the basis of an idea for creating your core business. Our main goals are to help you achieve an efficient extraction systems to capture dust and other pollutants at the source. production process, increase productivity, improve product quality and Today, Dustcontrol has developed into an international industrial promote a safe working environment. The fact is that everything runs supplier of tailor-made solutions. so much more smoothly when you avoid being stopped or disturbed by Dustcontrol supplies solutions that can be applied in a wide range of dust and other pollutants, not to mention the better air quality that is industries. For example, we supply advanced clean room solutions the result of professional dust extraction. for the pharmaceutical and electronics industries, portable vacuum In short, Dustcontrol supplies portable machines and stationary cleaners of all sizes for construction and rental companies, clean extraction systems to help companies all over the world to achieve production workplaces for the automotive industry, and paper dust better results. extraction systems in major Our product range consists printing presses. DUSTCONTROL IN BRIEF of portable dust extractors for Number of employees: approx. 140 industrial and construction use, Representation: US, Canada, Malaysia, Korea and Europe fixed extraction installations, Head offi ce and factory: Stockholm, Sweden peripheral equipment and Founded: 1972 accessories. Dustcontrol supplies Owners: Family-owned a complete range of products and Business: Development, manufacture and sale of industrial dust extractors, construcaccessories for large and small You can put your trust in tion dust extractors and centralised installations for source extraction of companies in all types of industries. Dustcontrol. Our sales dust, fibers and fumes. We also provide expert answers organization consists of experienced technicians with Please Note: specialized skills within their areas of expertise. If you need a mobile solution, we will come to your site and show you how it works. If you • Dustcontrol products are designed, engineered and manufactured in the metneed a stationary installation, we can design and dimension the entire ric system. All raw materials used are metric guage. All threaded fasteners are system to fully match your needs. We can also take care of installation, metric unless otherwise noted, for example, NPT pipe dimensions. For exact commissioning, documentation and planning a service and dimensioning, the metric dimension is accurate. US dimensions are shown maintenance schedule. We have our own team of qualified installers for reference on the the portable products and are soft conversions, rounded with in-depth knowledge of our products. Dustcontrol works continuously to improve accessibility, service and for example, to the nearest inch or pound. Capacity information on vacuum technological support. Our project managers also train the personnel producers and airflows are exact conversions. who work with our installed products and systems. • Capacity information for Dustcontrol portable dust extractors is measured at Removing unwanted material at the source before it affects your the inlet to the unit with a clean filter, not the vacuum producer. production efficiency or causes health problems is exactly the right • Capacity information for stand-alone Dustcontrol vacuum producers is given thing to do. With a Dustcontrol solution, you can extract dust, chips, in standard air not inlet flow. You are not required to make any conversions to oil spills and other unhealthy substances at their source and transport standard air to make your vacuum producer selection. them to where you want. Our machines also do the job at a very high • Dustcontrol always states flow capacity at a specifiic vacuum level, again flow level of filtration. All of our mobile machines are equipped with a fine capacities are in standard air. filter and a HEPA filter that clean the exhausted air to 99.995%! The • Some short forms are used in the technical data tables to save space such highly efficient filters also have a long lifetime, which offers low filter as Q = Air Flow or rec’d = recommended. If you are not sure of the meaning, costs. please contact your Dustcontrol representative.

More than 40 years of experience

Technological competence you can trust

If the engineering unit given is not one that is familiar to you, several different facilities exist on the internet for quick conversion. If you do not have access to the internet, your Dustcontrol representative would be pleased to assist you.

In the information tables for the portable units, you will find recommendations for maximum hose lengths. These are a guide only and are based upon the specific unit’s performance and the laws of physics. A simple rule to remember is that you should always get the unit as close to your work as possible, both for reasons of ergonomics and extraction performance. We realize

”A Dustcontrol solution contributes to better health, a cleaner environment and a more efficient production”

that the world is not perfect so we have units that develop extremely high vacuum levels for those times when you cannot take it with you.

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1 The smaller a particle is, the deeper into the pulmonary system it penetrates.

Particles smaller than 5 thousandths of a millimetre, known as respirable dust, are invisible to the naked eye and penetrate into the deepest parts of the pulmonary system where the air moves very slowly. This makes it difficult to exhale the smallest particles. The foreign dust particles that get lodged in the lung are wrapped in nodes of connective tissue – which is the lungs’ way of protecting themselves. In time this leads to pneumoconiosis or COPD, which stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Some types of particles, such as quartz and asbestos dust, cannot be broken down by the body and are sharp, which is why they go on causing damage even after they have become lodged in the lungs.

Dustcontrol helps to ensure a cleaner – and thus a safer and more efficient – production environment by extracting dust and particles and transporting the material to wherever you want.

The best protection is achieved if the dust is removed at source and never allowed to reach the air. Dustcontrol has developed suction casings for most handheld and stationary machines, and often also produces tailormade suction casings.

Environmental Policy - ISO 14001 At Dustcontrol we strive to minimize the environmental impact of our products and services by: • • • • • • • •

Adhering to current legislation and constantly improving our efforts to minimize our impact on the environment. Meeting our customer’s requirements for environmentally friendly products and services. Prioritizing and maintaining a good understanding of environmental matters amongst our colleagues. Minimizing waste and sorting waste by type for recycling. Pursuing the most environmentally sound way to transport our products to our end users. Evaluating our suppliers products and services and changing to environmentally friendly alternatives where practical. Using environmentally friendly packaging Minimizing the use of chemicals and changing to environmentally friendly alternatives where practical.

Quality Policy- ISO 9001 Our quality policy is simple; it should exceed what our customers are expecting. This applies to the quality of our products and installations as well as the quality of our service. Our quality management system is ISO 9001 certified. Customers can expect consistent quality in all of our products and services. ISO 9001 is a standardized quality system that is recognized and respected throughout the world.

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Source Extraction

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Source extraction is the capture of pollutants as close to the point of generation as possible, for example, a suction casing on a grinder. Improve your working environment and avoid breathing hazardous particulate with a source extraction solution.

Pre-separators For applications where large quantities of material are generated and need to be collected, a separate pre-separator should be used.

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Reverse Pulse Cleaning Effective reverse pulse cleaning of filters in combination with a conical pleated cartridge design, results in compact units with very long filter life. All of Dustcontrol’s portable dust extractors utilize this effective reverse pulse cleaning system.

Dust Extractor Our dust extractors consist of a filter unit and vacuum producer unitised on a common chassis. Selection is based on capacity required, sound level and collection method desired. Dust filtration is always according to the patented Dustcontrol cyclone separation with vortex tube and pleated cartridge filter.

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Absolut Company in Åhus, Sweden 1

”The goal was not just to buy a vacuum system, rather to get a well functioning machinery ”, Per Oxelgren, Manager Engineering at Absolut Company

Absolut Company is one of the world’s best selling international premium spirit brands and has used stationary vacuum systems from Dustcontrol since the late 80s. The first stationary vacuum system was installed in their harbour warehouse to clean incoming containers. 10 years later they were looking into increasing the efficiency by delegating the machine maintenance to the operators. At the time they believed in improving quality and efficiency by increasing the operators commitment to keep everything well organized. But at the same time keeping the machines and workplace spotless has to be relatively hassle-free. Here a Dustcontrol central system with hose reels at each workstation and different nozzles attached at the wall minimises the time spent cleaning and putting everything back to place. Chances that something is not working is also minimised when everything is gathered in one place The first stationary vacuum system compared to the option of having from the late 80s. It has been used mobile vacuum cleaners at each workstation. Since they already had flawlessly ever since.

Christer Johansson, Supervisor Engineering and Christer Lind, Project Technician at Absolut Company outside the new factory “Satelliten”. Here has Dustcontrol recently installed the new Dustcontrol DC Green system to optimise suction performance and save electricity costs.

a well functioning Dustcontrol central system installed, the decision to choose Dustcontrol was easy. “The simplicity makes you clean up after yourself. If you would have to go and pick up the equipment every time it would not get done”, says Christer Johansson, Supervisor Engineering at Absolut Spirits.

Dustcontrol vacuum producer with DC Green system.

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Cleaning is most important in preventive maintenance and facilitates troubleshooting, personal security and it reduces wear. “If you keep the place clean extra work is not needed. It has to be done continuously and then a stationary vacuum system is the best option. It is also fun for the engineers to work with a machine when everything is clean and well run”, says Per Oxelgren, Engineering Manager at Absolut Company.

1 “Enthusiastic operators with greater responsibility have been a big part of our success” says Christer Johansson, Supervisor Engineering at Absolut Company.

Dustcontrol hose reels installed at each workstation.

Production line operator Mikael Persson is vacuuming up broken glass. A bottle can break if the aluminium cap being pressed on is defect.

They clean for about 15 minutes at the end of every shift and sometimes during production. If for example a bottle breaks they have to turn off the production line and then time is valuable to get everything cleaned up to be able to turn on the machines again. “You have to vacuum to minimise stops in the production line”, says Christer Lind, Project Technician at Absolut Company.

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Capture Dust with Source Extraction – Minimizing airborne dust gives major health and safety benefits – Increased productivity with no waiting for dust to clear – Clean up the messy jobs and do them on regular time – Safer work conditions with no dust to restrict operators vision – Ideal for sensitive environments, for example schools, shops, hospitals and I.T. – Keep all trades working, co-workers not interrupted by dust – Reduced set-up, hoarding of work areas and clean up – Greater customer satisfaction with minimal disruption – Ease of use and increased life of power tools and equipment

All dust on construction sites is a health hazard in the long run. Some types of dust are also hazardous following only short exposure. Today’s construction industry requires skilled and committed staff. Choosing to work in construction should not mean choosing to risk your health. Therefore, measures to minimize dust concentrations on construction sites ought to be a matter of course. Control measures do exist. By equipping all tools with suction casings and connecting them to efficient dust extractors, dust concentrations can be reduced - considerably. The suction casing captures the dust before it is released into the air, the air that all trades breathe daily. Vacuuming with a highly efficient dust extractor, equipped with HEPA filters to prevent dust release, will improve the cleaning operation. If you sweep the dust, it will whirl up once more. Consider the fact that it is exactly this airborne respirable dust that is hazardous to your health!

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JM Construction Company ”Everything is vacuumed up, not only dust Dust extraction is about quality both in construction activity as well as in life. JM is a leading developer of residential areas and housing in the Nordic region. Operations focus on production of new housing developments and single family dwellings. The main focus is on expanding metropolitan areas and densification in university towns. JM has about 2 200 employees. JM has undertaken a large construction project and have chosen to rent a semi-mobile system and a few portable units from Cramo, a construction equipment rental company. The semi-mobile system consists of a central unit, pre-separator, and a pipe system. The modular parts of the semimobile system are designed for easy assembly and dismantling. “Our biggest environmental problem is all the dust that is created during drywall sanding and concrete grinding. With Dustcontrol’s construction dust extractors we reduce the problem.”, says the JM, project manager. He adds: “Everything is vacuumed up, not only dust but also nails, screws, drywall chunks and other waste”. Profitability in a construction project depends on the right tools, materials and working methods. It may sound obvious, but in practice you need experience, knowledge and planning. Renting or investing in a high quality dust extractor system is well worth the initial cost. Long-term health benefits, motivated employees and increased efficiency are the payoffs. “It ought to be obvious to strive to minimize dust on the site.”, says the site super at JM. ”One of my tasks is to maintain a good working environment for my employees and the trades.

Jonas Nykvist, site superintendant at JM: ”It is my duty to make sure we have the right tools” He continues: “It is important to monitor the working environment. Not all people in the construction industry can work into old age without any health problems. As the site superintendant, it is my duty to make sure we have the right tools”. Large quantities of material can be transported away by the suction system. By putting suction casings on all machines and connecting them to Dustcontrol extractors, the dust level in the air is being reduced to a minimum. For dry concrete grinding machines, source extraction is practically a must since a huge amount of dust is generated. JM uses Dustcontrol’s Semi-Mobile System and a few portable units. The choice was very simple – they wanted an effective, robust and reliable system. On the first floor you find a pre-separator, which collects the coarse material. The pre-separator is designed like a wheelbarrow, which makes it easy to empty. Dustcontrol’s semi-mobile system with a wheelbarrow pre-separator is a proven and widely accepted solution. ”At Dustcontrol there is a continuous development of their products – it is very positive”, says Jonas Nykvist. ”Dustcontrol’s products are reliable with long product life”, says Bert Anderson, team supervisor at the construction site

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The suction source is the DC 5800c, 9.2 kW, which is located in the basement. When the work is finished in one bulding, you just move the whole system to another . It’s very easy to handle and very flexible.


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Invest in a Stationary Extraction System The centralised extraction system, named the DC Big Vac is a great new solution to customer requirements. The DC Big Vac can be used as a portable system. This means that the container can be docked to a temporary or permanent piping system and can easily be moved between construction sites. This was one of the reasons why Skanska AB decided to contact Dustcontrol to solve their dust problems.

”It is convenient to avoid having machines on each floor” Ronny Johansson Team Manager at Skanska AB says. The central dust collection system is used by Skanska AB for cleaning and to extract sawdust when sawing. ”It is intended that all should clean after themselves and then the central vacuum cleaner makes it much more easy to do so” Ronny says. In an article from, Skanska Focus no 4 October 2009, Ronny says that he only sees the benefits and recommend other construction sites to invest in a central extraction system. ”It is not only convenient, but it is also more efficient than conventional mobile vacuum machines” Ronny says. The suction source in the container, a TPD 30 11 kW, has been supplemented with the DC Green System, i.e. the suction source is demand controlled. In saving mode, when no outlets are used, the power consumption is approx. 10 % of max and energy consumption is limited. This contributes to financial savings and is more reliable because micro switches are not required. Stefan Ohlsson, a salesman at Dustcontrol AB adds ”The choice for Skanska to complement the DC Big Vac with the DC Green System was primarily because they want to avoid the hassles of electric installations including micro-switches. Additionally Skanska will also get a convenient installation with automatic filter cleaning”. The DC Big Vac is also equipped with an S 11000 filter unit. To this an F 11000 pre-separator is supplemented to remove the larger particles and to reduce the workload of the filter. Due to the fact that there is no access to compressed air on the construction site, a compressor has been installed to generate air for the automatic filter cleaning.

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Renovation Clean house - dust free for a safe living environment! Arnie Jorgensen’s company has landed the contract for plumbing alteration and reconditioning of bathrooms and kitchens in a large number of suburban residential apartments.

Hilti 905 breaker with a suction casing from Dustcontrol.

Hand grinder with a suction casing and the air cleaner DC AirCube as back-up.

You can connect to the central extraction system on every floor.

The company is working with a semi-mobile dust collector system to further reduce their environmental impact. This extraction system can be used directly on tools throughout the processes of floor breaking and floor grinding and also for general vacuum cleaning. The DC AirCube is used at the same time to complement the on-tool dust extraction. During the entire refurbishment period, the tenants can stay in a dust free environment. The clean up process is easier and quicker and therefore saves money for the company. The DC 5800a PTFE can be used as the central unit and located in a convenient position out of the way, such as in the basement. A hose is taken from the vacuum producer, up through the stairwell. On each floor there is a connection point to plug in the hose for the floor grinder, scaling hammer or vacuum cleaning tool. Dustcontrol’s rubber suction casing is used on the scaling hammer. A vacuum relief valve is included to allow air into the system when all working points are closed. The dust is collected directly at the source and conveyed by the hose system to the central dust extractor. The smallest and most dangerous dust particles are collected in the filter system of the central dust extractor.

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DC 5800a PTFE central unit in a semi-mobile system.


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A temporary piping system.

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Xylem Dustcontrol has installed 18 stationary vacuum systems at Xylem’s in Emmaboda, Sweden

Xylem is a global concern with over over 45 000 employees worldwide. Xylem is a leading producer of submersible pumps and mixers. The Xylem plant at Emmaboda has approximately 1 600 employees and produced 99 000 pumps in 2006. Dustcontrol has installed 18 stationary vacuum systems at Xylem’s production facility. The systems are fully monitored by computers and the extraction level is adjusted on demand to save energy. For example, if someone forgets to turn off the system, an alarm will alert the service technician. Furthermore, to save energy, the air from the vacuum system is recirculated back into the facility in the winter to reduce heating costs.

John Peterson is responsible for service work on Xylem’s vacuum and ventilation systems. He has installed Dustcontrol’s new rubber tubing system components on the most demanding applications. The durability is longer than he expected and now he wants to install more rubber components from Dustcontrol. ”Dustcontrol’s modular parts are high quality and easy to install and service” says John.

Changing the collection bag on a pre-separator.

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Clean air from the central unit is recirculated to the facility in the winter to reduce heating costs.


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Dustcontrol’s long wearing tubing components

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Now it is proven! Dustcontrol’s new long-wearing EPDM tubing system can handle even the worst wear. After a 7 month intensive test at Xylem, there was no significant wear to be found. Thanks to an internal anterior radial ridge in the bend, the wear is distributed over a larger area and the new EPDM material has good sound dampening properties.

Source extraction from hand held tools: ”It’s very effective. Plastic, paint, and gases disappear into the hose.” Dustcontrol has a lot of experience in source extraction and at Xylem we have equipped our hand held tools, such as cable peeling tools, with suction casings to collect hazardous gases and scrap materials.

Source extraction from CNC machines: A Dustcontrol pre-separator is used to separate the lubricant from the metal chip. ”The lubricant is returned to the sump and re-used. The mixed scrap is sent off site for recycling while the pure metals are put back in the process in our own foundry.”

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Material Transport In the foundry, new parts are sand blasted. This is a fully automated process. Spent sand and flash are collected in a small container, vacuumed to the top floor and then transported through a peristalic airlock down to large containers outside. This is a tough application since the process operates 24/7. The tubing system has special reinforced components to withstand the sand and metal that blasts through the tubing at approximately 4000 fpm/20 m/s.

Small tipping container used as a buffer and collection point.

It is important to clean the threads of the finished parts before proceeding to the next step in the production process.

Peristaltic airlock.

• Source extraction • Cleaning • Material transport

The large roll-off format containers outside are shunted around by truck without having to stop the automated production process. The material is recycled.

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Pharmaceutical industry

In the pharmaceutical industry, as in electronics manufacturing, it is necessary to protect products from what is commonly called particle contamination.Within the pharmaceutical industry this is important for several reasons. Even particulate that is invisible to the naked eye can carry bacteria. This can impair the transparency of liquids or block capillaries.The solution is to allow the sensitive parts of manufacturing to take place in special environments cleaned of airborne particulate. These clean rooms are graded into different cleanliness classes, depending on the manufacturing requirements.

Time for Dustcontrol The clean room needs an efficient and reliable system for collecting and removing dust and other particulate. Just the presence of a human being in a clean room is enough to free microscopic particulate. Dustcontrol has many years of experience in manufacturing systems built to the high standards required in these clean room environments. The systems are based on proven techniques including source extraction and can be entirely customized according to the client´s specifications.

Airborne particles Airborne particulate can be microscopic and still carry bacteria. Working in a clean room necessitates special equipment, which has to be antistatic and must not release dust particles.

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Complete accessory range Dustcontrol offers a complete range of different cleaning equipment, hoses, connections, and nozzles, which can easily be connected to the system, both in the clean room and other locations.


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Orion-Pharma Orion Pharma, a publicly listed company, develops, manufactures and markets pharmaceuticals, active pharmaceutical ingredients and provides diagnostic testing for global customers. Orion’s clientele consists of healthcare service providers and professionals, such as doctors, pharmacies, hospitals, healthcare centers, clinics and laboratories. In the pharmaceutical industry there is a high level of cleanliness required on both surfaces and in the air.

1 “We need effective extraction systems to ensure quality and capacity in production as well as protecting our employee’s health. We use Dustcontrol’s system mainly due to their excellent characteristics. The solutions from Dustcontrol are effective, dependable and long-lasting, which provides a superior total economic solution. The Customer Service at Dustcontrol is also something we as customers, have appreciated” says Ari Urpinen, operation technician.

Ari Urpinen, operation technician: ”We need to ensure the worker´s health”

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Aerospace and Composite

Composites have many unique qualities and are used in an increasing number of industries including automotive, marine, aviation and wind turbine. This increased use of composites and exotic materials has resulted in problems for personnel as well as production itself.

Significant health risks “Composite dust makes you itch just by looking at it” – but the problem is greater than that. Composite dust is a very low density and stays in the air for a long time. It penetrates into the trachea and lungs and promotes allergies, asthma and respiratory ailments. OSHA and the EU mandate limits on how much airborne dust is permitted within the operator’s breathing zone. The World Health Organization has classified glass fiber and other special fibers as possible carcinogens.

Disturbances in electronics increase costs In addition to the negative consequences for health, composite dust accumulates and causes disturbances in computers and other production equipment. Visibility for the operators decreases in many working situations and in most companies the cost for cleaning composite dust has increased.

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Fortunately there are efficient solutions to the problem With 35 years of experience, Dustcontrol offers a unique know-how about source extraction that collects, filters and removes the offending particulate. With source extraction, the dust is captured where it is created. The result is a cleaner working environment and in many cases, increased product quality because of lower contamination in production.

The right extraction system contributes to health and efficiency • Improved health through lower composite dust levels in the plant air. • Safer working conditions and increased productivity by improving the operator’s visibility. • Increased productivity, fewer disturbances of adjacent activities. • Greater flexibility,eliminates the need for dedicated grinding rooms. • Longer life for tools and electronic equipment. • Reduced time and costs for cleaning. • Fewer disturbances due to dust in computers and CNC machines.


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Nautor Swan, Manufacturer of ocean yachts in Pietarsaari, Finland

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Five fixed systems from Dustcontrol are installed in Nautor Swan’s factory. Dustcontrol’s products are used mainly for cleaning but also for grinding with hand held power tools with suction casings. Seven outlets can be used simultaneously on each system.The Dustcontrol installation includes a RAF 2503, S 34000, F 20000 and a tipping container.

“We are very satisfied, that’s why we’ve ordered products from Dustcontrol ever since 1988. The best thing about Dustcontrol is the reliability. The systems haven’t had any problems and the first stationary system that we installed in 1988 is still in use.” Bengt Nyström, Nautor Swan

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Airbus Industries Very strict environmental requirements prompted Airbus to choose the advanced technical solutions from Dustcontrol for their German production facility outside Hamburg. The vacuum systems are designed for continuous operation. The systems included complete installation of pneumatic, mechanical and control systems. Special emphasis was put on explosion relief equipped systems. Three of the four installations incorporate explosion relief and have been designed for use with dusts having a Kst value of <180. In addition to offering a dustless environment for such tasks as drilling, sanding and grinding, the extraction systems are used for cleaning tasks and extraction of residue materials during riveting and gluing. Also sealant materials and chromium residual products are captured. The materials that are extracted are aluminum, GLARE (glass reinforced fiber metal laminate), carbon fiber, fiberglass, epoxy, polyester, aluminum alloys and titanium.

Dustcontrol was entrusted with supplying four stationary systems with suction casings. This German order was valued at over $1 million.

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A real problem in the working environment of printing presses is the paper dust and strips of paper scrap created during the printing process. The whirling dust is both unhealthy for the personel and problematic for the process and process equipment. By equipping the presses with extraction points consisting of a number of suction casings specially designed for the machines, the dust problem can be eliminated. A number of cleaning points can also be connected to the source extraction system. The Dustcontrol system can also be used as a separate “blowing system” to make the paper “flow” over the turning rolls.

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Dust: Small but devastating Dust and fibres adversely affect the quality and profitability of the newspaper. Dustcontrol solutions improve the production process with source extraction for slitters, folders and cleaning operations.

It’s only physics Dustcontrol has provided solutions to countries worldwide and met the high standards required by the printing press market. The solutions are relativiely simple as we follow the laws of physics to guide our design. Experience and skill enable Dustcontrol to customize the system to meet the specifications and requirements for each installation.


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TBA Arnoldstein Incineration Plant

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TBA Arnoldstein is a modern incineration facility in Kärnten near the border to Italy and Slovenia. TBA Arnoldstein incinerates 10.7 tons of garbage every hour resulting in 80 000 tons of waste per year. A central system delivered by Dustcontrol takes care of the internal environment, mainly cleaning around the furnaces. Activated carbon is also transported and filtered by the system. Austria is known as a forerunner when it comes to environmental issues with strict environmental legislation and tough regulations. With modern techniques, two incineration plants have been completed as a step towards improving the environment.

Dustcontrol has actively contributed to improving the plant environment of this facility by introducing a central vacuum system. It’s a comprehensive system including 2600’/800 m of tubing, a total of 30 hp/22 kW of power and 64 outlet/connection points. The installation is designed and installed to comply with the European ATEX directive to minimize the risk of dust explosion.

Kärtner Restmüllverwertungs GmbH.

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Bakery You might think that flour is a relatively harmless material compared to asbestos or silica. Recent research has shown however, that flour is unhealthy for our tracheas. Today we have TLV’s and STEL’s for many different types of dust created from materials in the working environment, including flour. Using our experience in source extraction in hazardous environments, we also design systems for bakeries. A suction nozzle is placed at each area where flour is used. In that way the pollution is captured directly at the source instead of going into the air. All equipment and fixtures are frequently cleaned of flour and dust with highly efficient vacuum cleaning accessories. The result is a cleaner and healthier working environment. Investing in a system from Dustcontrol does not necessarily mean large fans and heavy filter units. The bakery shown here uses a stationary unit with a 4 hp/2.5 kW turbo pump, a footprint of 30” x 16”/76 x 40 cm and a height of 5’/150 cm. It´s a compact machine, packed with features.

”A small central system from Dustcontrol is compact, unobtrusive and most importantly, effective.”

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Delselius Bakery

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Jan Delselius is the owner of Delsilius Bakery and Café. A small business with a friendly atmosphere.They use a DC Aircube and a DC 3800c stationary system to control the dust.

“ It’s perfect, it works very well. You notice a big difference in the air. The DC AirCube is on timer. When you show up in the morning the air is clean and fresh. It is also easier to keep the work place clean. We had a lot of problems with flour dust before. Now things are totally different. I think everyone notices that, especially those who suffer from allergies”, says Jan Delselius.

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About Stationary Vacuum Systems Substantial savings can be realized by installing a Dustontrol system. Following are some example installations; • All grinders and finishing tools in an FRP production facility are equipped with suction casings and connected to a central extraction system. Capture of the dust at source contributes to an improved working environment, higher productivity - shorter clean-up, cleaner process and improved product quality. • Cleaning of saws, mills, lathes and other process machines with a centralized system. More efficient production, cleaner machines, faster production, efficient lubrication use and a higher return on prompt scrap through more effective collection. Your people spend less time on tasks that do not add to the bottom lne • Extraction of chips and lube directly at the source: Cleaner parts thoughout the production process, and a cleaner environment on the shop floor. Cleaner machines mean better functioning lube systems,

better function means cooler running tools. Cooler tools mean better parts and longer tool life. • Fume extraction with extraction integrated welding guns.Reduced exposure to fume, healthier welders, higher productivity. • Vacuum cleaning systems and air cleaning equipment in bakeries reduces airborne flour dust that is dangerous to health and can cause asthma: The health and safety regulations are met and at the same time the workplace environment and overall efficiency is improved. Fewer health problems from employees will affect insurance rates positively. • Extraction/vacuum systems in pharmaceutical production for source extration in the process and for cleaning of production machinery and areas. To eliminate hazardous dusts generated during pharmaceutical production is a must from a health perspective as well as a product quality issue.

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The Complete System 1 Introduction To attain the desired efficiency and benefits with an extraction system, the system must be complete; from the suction casing to the vacuum producer to the control system. All the components of the system are equally important in implementing its functionality.

2 Vacuum Producers The vacuum producer is the heart of the system. Here the vacuum is created that drives the system. In Dustcontrol extraction systems, the vacuum level is generally from 6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;40 kPa. Our normal source extraction and vacuum cleaning systems use turbopumps. This device has an ideally suited characteristic capacity for this type of system. Vacuum level increases as more resistance is presented, an important quality in minimizing the possibility of blockages in the tubing system. For applications involving fume and light dust, such as paper, radial blowers are used. These have larger air-flows and operate at a lower, relatively constant vacuum level. Our turbopumps and radial blowers have very high quality built-in silencing, see technical specifications.

3 Filter Units An extraction system should always be equipped with a filter unit. Dustcontrol filter units separate coarse material in the cyclone body of the unit and fine dust in an internal arrangement of conical pleated cartridge filters. Pleated filters have very high filter areas in relation to their physical size. The filter units therefore have high capacity while maintaining compact overall dimensions. Filters are cleaned with reverse pulse which results in very effective cleaning, long filter life and low maintenance. Normally the filter units are equipped with a plastic sack for collection of the extracted material but other types of discharge arrangements can also be installed.

4 Pre-Separators Pre-separators can be used in all applications where the extracted material is coarse or voluminous. These can be placed in the actual workplace for separate handling or recovery of the extracted material, or centrally. Pre-separators separate material from the air flow using cyclonic action or with inertial separation. Inertial separators are generally configured as containers with the inlet and outlet in the same wall of the container. When the air flow changes direction abruptly, separation occurs for the particles with higher relative mass. When pre-separation is used to accommodate higher material volumes it is also important to consider the type of material discharge to be used. Dustcontrol offers a range of different standard options including; screw compaction, airlocks or container collection.

5 Tubing System

therefore the standard material thickness of the tubing system is 1.5 mm. Applications with fume and light dust use reinforced spiral duct. Stainless tubing systems and extra abrasion resistant fittings are available. Dustcontrol has a very comprehensive assortment of tubing fittings and installation hardware. This gives greater flexibility in design and installation of our tubing systems. Our mechanical jointing system makes alterations and additions very easy to carry out. Cones, branch pipes and bends are manufactured in EPDM- and NBR- rubber. The components are hard-wearing and sound deadening.

6 Work Place Equipment An extraction system is sized for only those outlets which are to be used simultaneously. This is in order to maximize efficiency and minimize the size of the central unit. All outlets must have some type of closure, either a flap valve or shutter. These can be manually actuated, such as flap valves or manual shutter valves, or automatically controlled for actuation only when extraction is required. The Flexpipe can be used for fume extraction, high flexibility and small diameter allow it to be placed very close to the fume source. Overhead suspension arrangements such as swing-arms and hose reels can increase the usefulness of the system, increase ergonomics and minimize potential trip hazards from hose left on the floor. When large volumes of material are to be introduced into the system, stainless floor funnels can be used from which the material is then extracted.

7 Accessories A hose must have many qualities, the foremost for the operator however is flexibility. It should also be tough enough to withstand the abrasion created when transporting the extracted material. Hose selection should include consideration of abrasion, chemical and heat resistance as well as conductivity to static electricity. Dustcontrol has a comprehensive assortment of hose types, diameters and hose connections. Cleaning tools, suction casings and special nozzles are those components that are actually used to capture the dust. The design and effectiveness of these will determine the efficiency and acceptance of the entire system. This demands a varied and complete assortment of specially designed products. Dustcontrol has that. If a standard product does not exist, we have the capacity to design and manufacture it.

8 Control Systems Motor starters and System Control Panels control the operation of the system, both operation of the vacuum producers and cleaning of the filter. A variety of other control functions can be installed as required. Even with a rather basic control system, intelligent features can be included to clear coarse material in the main tubing runs or control vacuum production and therefore energy consumption according to actual requirements.

The tubing system transports the material from the point of collection to the central unit. Dust is generally abrasive, some more than others,

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Stationary Vacuum Systems

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Planning and Design of Extraction Systems The following points must be considered and a clear definition must be developed before design of the system can be undertaken. • Determine the function of the system – source extraction, cleaning or pneumatic transportation. In many cases it can be wise to equip the system for different functions apart from the main function of the system, for example; cleaning. • Choose the outlet configuration. Determine for each outlet the type of extraction equipment required as well as the type of closure ( automatic or manual ). To determine this, a detailed study of the types of activities in each work place must be undertaken. Determine the number of outlets in simultaneous use. The system will be designed for a maximum number of users at any point in time. In larger systems, the number of simultaneous users in different parts of the system should be determined.

System Design Always try to maintain a star configuration for the tubing system where the main runs are of more or less equal length leading to the central unit in the middle. A balancing of the system must be done to ensure that air-flows are sufficient for proper extraction at all points in the system and that transportation velocities are maintained. In a system for fume extraction, a large main duct can distribute the system’s capacity. Any combination of outlets can be used. Conversely, in a system for the pneumatic transportation of heavy material, the transportation velocity must be maintained. In these systems, one open outlet per tubing run is the norm (usually 76 mm).

• Decide the routing of the tubing runs and location of the central unit. Consider the degree of difficulty for installation; ceiling height, wall and roof perforations, moving equipment into place, etc. • Consider the type of material to be extracted, the degree of abrasion, risk for explosion and risk for clogging, etc. • Determine the volume of material to be collected per unit time. Select the type of pre-separator and type of material handling for collected material. Material discharge etc, must be determined according to the customer requirement.

Typical tubing configuration for light dust and fume

• Select the type of control system to be used, for example; programmable start – stop or work place start - stop. • Determine electrical and compressed air supply requirements for the system. Indicate location of the requirement and assign responsibility for the supply and installation. Turbopump or Radial Blower

Tube Sizing The tube dimensions are selected on the basis of maintaining the correct transportation velocity in all parts of the tubing system. It is necessary not only to consider the velocity in the main runs but also in all the branches of the tubing system. The tube diameter should be selected so that a velocity of > 20 m/s is maintained for particle transportation – for fume, a lower velocity of > 12 m/s is used.

Typical tubing configuration for heavy cleaning and material transportation Note: Only one outlet per pipe run can be used at the same time.

As an exception in normal systems, we recommend that the smallest tube diameter be 76 mm, even if the minimum transportation velocity recommended is not maintained. Filter Unit Pre-separator

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Turbopump


2

Stationary Vacuum Systems

Dimensioning The system’s capacity is determined by the worst case – usually the maximum number of users with the highest air-flow collectively. If you are unable to determine which scenario gives the highest pressure loss, several calculations may need to be performed.

2 Pressure Loss, Suction Hoses kPa/m  p 2,5

Ø25

B

Ø32 Ø38

2,0 1,5

Ø50

1,0 0,5

Q

0 0

100

200

300

400 m3/h

Pressure Loss, Swingarms

C

p

kPa 3

8m 6m 4,5 m 3,5 m 2,5 m

2 1 0

Design flows in m3/h given for outlets in use simultaneously. Pressure loss is calculated from the outlet at the lower left.

0

100

200

400 m3/h

300

Pressur Loss, Tubing kPa/m  p Ø50 0, 3

D Ø76

0, 2

F

E D1

D2

G

Ø100 Ø108

Q

0

D3

0

400

800

1200

1600 m3/h

Pressure Loss, F 20000 and F 30000

C

3x 2x 1x 3x 2x Ø76 Ø108 Ø160 Ø108 Ø160

p

kPa 5 4

1x Ø250

3

B

Ø125

0, 1

3x Ø160

2

A

1

Q

0

3

0

1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 m /h

Pressure Loss, S 32000, S 34000, S 34000X 2x Ø108

p

kPa 5

3x Ø76

4

1x 2x Ø160 Ø250 3x Ø160

3x 1x Ø160 Ø108

3

System Part A B C D1 D2 D3 E F

Suction Casing, hand-held Tool Hose Ø 38x3m Swingarm 4.5 m Tubing Ø 76 x 10 m + bends (bend is counted as 2 m) Tubing Ø 108x15 m Tubing Ø 159x25 m + 4 bends Pre Separator, F 20000 Filter Unit, S 32000 With safety factor 10%

Design capacity: 1350 m³/h @ 13.9 kPa Vacuum Producer Selection: TPR 50, 30 kW

Q 3

200 m /h 200 m3/h 200 m3/h 200 m3/h 750 m3/h 1350 m3/h 1350 m3/h 1350 m3/h Total pressure loss

Calculation

p

p = 3.5 kPa p = 1.2 kPa/m x 3 m = 3.6 kPa p = 0.7 kPa p = 0.02 kPa/m x (10 + 4) m p = 0.06 kPa/m x 15 m p = 0.02 kPa/m x (25 + 8) m inlet Ø 160: p = 1.1 kPa inlet Ø 160: p = 1.8 kPa 12.6 kPa p = 12.6 kPa x 1.1 = 13.9

3.5 kPa 3.6 kPa 0.7 kPa 0.28 kPa 0.9 kPa 0.7 kPa 1.1 kPa 1.8 kPa

2 1 0 0

1000

3000

4000 m3/h

Turbopumps kPa 60 50 40 30 20 10 0

p 16 12

11 9 200

400

12 14 16

20 30 kW

50 Hz, 60 Hz

14

10

13.9 kPa

2000

10

600 800

13 15

1000 1200 1400 1600 m3/h 9 10 11 13 15

P

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Stationary Vacuum Systems

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Pneumatic Material Transportation To transport larger volumes of coarse dust or other material requires a series of special considerations to minimise the possibility of clogs in the tubing system or problems discharging collected material. Analyse both the type and volume of material according to the following considerations:

• •

1. Material Volume • Average volume litre/hour ..............................................................

Test with a paper cone for the included angle that facilitates free flowing of the material.

Max. volume litre/hour ..................................................................

Chemically aggressive material? ...................................................... Explosible material .........................................................................

3. Abrasion and Clogging • Abrasive material ............................................................................ Bridging ........................................................................................ o

2. Material Characteristics ..............................................................

Description of material ...................................................................

...........................................................................................................

Material created by ........................................................................

4. Operating Conditions

• •

.....................................................................................................

Particle size distribution .................................................................

...........................................................................................................

• • •

Bulk density ................................................................................... Max. moisture content .................................................................... Hygroscopic material? ....................................................................

System in operation ...................................................... hours/day Filter cleaning a) after shut down ........................................................................ b) during operation .......................................................................

material to be introduced into system with ......................................

........................................................................................................... ( suction lance, floor funnel, etc. )

• •

transport distance ....................................................................... m number of bends ...................................................................... pcs

Configuration of Extraction Systems for Material Transportation •

• •

The system should be designed for transportation velocities from 20 – 25 m/s. Higher velocities result in increased wear. Ensure minimum transportation velocity is maintained in the tubing system (only one outlet in use per run). Select tools and accessories which allow sufficient transport air into the system. Minimize the number of 90° bends. Never install two 90° bends closer together that 25 times the tube diameter.

• • •

Select horizontal or vertical tubing runs. Avoid sloping runs where material ”corning” may occur. In sloping runs material will have a tendency to precipitate and run down against the direction of flow in the bottom of the tube. Select, hose, tubing and separator with consideration to abrasion. Select material discharge with consideration to the consistency and volume of material to be discharged. Plan emptying intervals and routines (plastic bag or container).

Pressure Loss Calculation in a Material Transport System Pressure loss calculations for this type of system are influenced by a number of different factors and exact calculations can be very complex. In general, the following calculation can be used. With material loadings greater than 1:1 (= 1,2 kg material per m³ air), a practical test should always be done. Calculate the pressure loss for clean air from the extraction point to the pre-separator according to the calculation on the previous page. Calculate the added pressure loss that the transported material will result in according to the following: pmaterial=p0x m1/(Q x 1,2) (kPa) where Q is air-flow in m³/hm1 is material flow in kg/h Calculate then the pressure loss for the remaining system (preseparator to vacuum producer). Add this value together with the pressure loss value from the previous calculation. Add the safety factor to the sum of these.

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Example: Suction Lance Hose Tubing Sum 13 kPa Air-flow Material flow

2 kPa 8 kPa 3 kPa 350 m3/h 100 kg/h

Added pressure loss from material p= 13 x 100/(350 x 1.2) = 3 kPa Pre-separator 2 kPa Filter unit 2 kPa Sum 4 kPa Sum tot 13+3+4=20 kPa Safety factor 10% => Required negative pressure = 22 kPa


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Vacuum Producers

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Vacuum Producers

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Vacuum Producers

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About Vacuum Producers The heart of the system The vacuum producer is the heart of the system. Here the negative pressure is created that drives the system. In Dustcontrol extraction systems, the vacuum level is generally from 6 – 40 kPa. Our normal source extraction and vacuum cleaning systems use turbopumps. This device has an ideally suited characteristic capacity for this type of system. Vacuum level increases as more resistance is presented, an important quality in minimizing the possibility of blockages in the tubing system. For applications involving fume and light dust, such as paper, radial blowers are used. These have larger air-flows and operate at a lower, relatively constant, vacuum level. Our turbopumps and radial blowers have very high quality silencing, see technical specifications.

Turbopumps Dustcontrol’s turbopumps are regenerative blowers, both the direct and belt driven models. As the impeller rotates, centrifugal force moves the air from the root of the blade to the tip. Leaving the tip, air flows around the contour of the housing and is picked up at the root of the succeeding blade. The ”closed” area of the housing between the outlet and inlet, forces the air to atmosphere. The many blades on the impeller create increasing stages of pressure generation and result in

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a very stable pressure differential capability. This pressure generation causes heat to be generated naturally which dissipates in the air flow and through the blower housing. Silencing, particularly on the larger units is very effective.When two or more units are installed in parallel, they can be operated on demand for maximum efficiency and minimum energy consumption.

Radial Blowers Dustcontrol fans are radial blowers, air is introduced at the center of the fan wheel and forced outward with centrifugal force toward the fan housing. These fans can be operated fully restricted in a ”free-wheeling” condition without adverse effect and can therefore be operated without vacuum relief valves. The fans are designed for pressure and are overloading type units. They cannot be operated without being connected to the restriction of a tubing system. Operation above their maximum rated flow will result in overloading and the motor protection will trip out. To limit the power surge at start-up, install a shutter valve on the inlet which should be closed when the fan starts.


Vacuum Producers

3

Turbopumps Source Extraction, Cleaning, Pneumatic Transportation. kPa

p

30

3

20 10

50 Hz

p

kPa 60

14

50

16

40

4

2

1

50 Hz, 60 Hz

12

30

11

Q 0 2

100

1

400

600

m3/h

800

20

4

3

2

6

15

10

9

10

Q

4

kPa

200

400

600

800

1000

9 60 Hz 20

7

20

5

10

30 kW

8

10

1600

11 13

m3/h

15

P

Q

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 kW

6

1400

12 14 16

40 30

1200

10

P p

3

0

8 kW

13

100

400

5

600

800

1000

7

6

m3/h

8

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

TLD 30 2.2 kW TED 30 5.5 kW TSD 30 9.2/11 kW TPD 30 9.2/11 kW TLD 36 4 HP TED 36 10 HP

7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

TSD 36 15 HP TPD 36 15 HP TPR 35 11 kW TPR 40 15 kW TPR 43 18.5 kW

12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

TSR 43 16.9 kW TPR 47 22 kW TSR 47 22 kW TPR 50 30 kW TSR 50 30 kW

P

Radial Blowers Fume extraction of fine dust from light material, ie: wood and paper. kPa 20

p

23

16

21 12 8

18

20

19

17

4

22 Q

0 1000

18

2000

3000

4000

6000

m3/h

19

10

20

20

30 kW

5000

P

23

21

The capacity curves for Dustcontrol vacuum producers have been measured and are stated empirically. Outlet pressure losses from a normal outlet (silencer, back-flow valve/bend) have been accounted for in the curve. Additional equipment such as a diffuser can result in increased pressure loss and must be taken into consideration. Stated air-flows are for standard air (101.3 kPa@ 20° C).

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17. RAF 500 18. RAF 500 S 19. RAF 1600 20. RAF 2500 21. RAF 2501 22. RAF 2502 23. RAF 2503 Silencer

The stated curves are for negative application, all pressures stated are assumed to be below relative atmospheric pressure at sea level. These devices can also be used for positive pressure application and will generate a greater pressure differential.

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Vacuum Producers

TLD/TED 30/36

TSD 30/36

Turbopump TLD 30/36 and TED 30/36 are direct driven single stage units. To ensure constant pressure and that cooling air is available to the pump when all outlets are closed, the tubing system should be equipped with a vacuum relief valve.

Turbopumps TSD 30/36 are direct driven twin impeller series connected units. This is used in demanding applications where high vacuum levels are required. To ensure that cooling air is available to the pump when all outlets are closed, the turbo-pump can be equipped with a cooling air inlet.

TPD 30/36 Turbopump TPD 30/36 is a direct driven twin impeller parallel series connected unit. To ensure constant pressure and that cooling air is available to the pump when all outlets are closed, the tubing system should be equipped with a vacuum relief valve.

Part No

Hz

230/400 V

50

230 V

50

400 V

50

230/460 V

60

460 V US/CAN

60

600 V CAN

60

TLD 30

TLD 36

TED 30

TED 36

TPD 30

TSD 30

TSD 36

TPD 36

2.2 kW

4 HP

5.5 kW

10 HP

9.2 kW

9.2 kW

15 HP S

15 HP P

4326

4910

4907

4126

4911

4908

419306

479700

488100

419101

4615

4322

419006

419004

TPD 30/36

TED 30/36

TSD 30/36

LUBRICATION INTERVAL

TLD 30/36

TLD 30 2.2 kW

TLD 36 4 HP

TED 30 5.5 kW

TED 36 10 HP

10000 h

10000 h

10000 h

10000 h

TPD 30 TSD 30 TSD 36 9.2/11 kW 9.2/11 kW 15 HP 1500 h

1500 h

1500 h

TPD 36 15 HP 1500 h

400 g Grease Cartridge for Dustcontrol Turbopumps, Part No 9928 40

These direct driven units are extremely reliable and have low service requirements. Always change the O Ring when repacking the outboard bearing in the TSD and TPD pump.


3 TECHNICAL DATA, description

Vacuum Producers

TLD 30 TLD 36 TED 30 TED 36 TPD 30 TSD 30 TSD 36 TPD 36

Capacity and Power Consumption kPa

Power Supply

Hz

Pump

RPM

50

60

50

60

50

50

60

60

3000

3600

3000

3600

3000

3000

3600

3600

30

Weight

kg

30

30

65

65

90

90

110

110

20

Max dP

kPa

20

22*

23*

24*

21*

40

43

20

10

Nominal Pressure

kPa m3/h

18

20

18

20

18

30

32

17

0

260

300

450

600

900

450

560

1050

2

Unit 1m

dB(A)

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

Inlet/Outlet

Ø mm

50/50

50/50

108/108

108/108

108/108

108/108

108/108

108/108

Max Q

* Standard DC Green System Max 22 kPa

1. 2. 3. 4.

3 4

2

1 100

400

1

600

30 20 10

Part No 4477 Pump Chassis For separate mounting of TED 30/36, TPD 30/36 and TSD 30/36. Part No 4942 Silencer 100 300/200 Used for silencing of 76 mm vacuum valve and also exhaust silencing on 2.5–11 kW/4–16.9 HP turbopump. For accompanying tubing details, see installation example. Part No 3195 Silencer 80300/180 Used for silencing of 50 mm vacuum valve. Part No 8253 Vacuum Relief Valve 50 mm Used with TLD 30/36. The vacuum relief valve is installed on the tubing system (inlet side) on a branch tube. This delivers cooling air to the turbopump and can be adjusted for the desired vacuum level in the system. Part No 8001 Vacuum Relief Valve 76 mm Used with TED 30/36 and TPD 30/36. The vacuum relief valve is installed on the tubing system (inlet side) on a branch tube. This delivers cooling air to the turbopump and can be adjusted for the desired vacuum level in the system.

0 2 4 6 8 10 12

4477

kW

8001

4

P

60 Hz

Pu

5. 6. 7. 8.

40

Part No 3037 Console 500 mm (2 req’d) For wall installation of TLD 30/36.

m3/h

8 kW

3037

800

3

2

6

kPa

Accessories

TLD 30 2.2 kW TED 30 5.5 kW TSD 30 9.2/11 kW *) TPD 30 9.2/11 kW Q

4

Sound Level of

50 Hz

Pu

7 6

5

TLD 36 TED 36 TSD 36 TPD 36

4 HP 10 HP 15 HP *) 15 HP

8 Q

100

5

400

600

800

7

6

1000 m3/h

8

P

Figure shows available capacity in an extraction system. *) Turbopump with cooling air inlet.

Installation Example, Silencers 3014

TLD 30/36

3069 3055

TED 30/36 TSD 30/36

4942 3054

3014 3069

3007 3078 3077

3055 4942 3040

3031

3037

Part No 40595 Cooling air inlet with silencer for TSD 30/36 Cooling air is introduced to the turbopump between stages so the unit can be driven with all outlets closed without the risk of overheating.

3014

Part No 42297 Back Flow Valve Ø108 Installed on the inlet side of the turbopump when two or more units are parallel installed.

4942

4477 3069 3055

4659

TPD 30/36

3040

42297

3031

Silencing Covers. The silencing covers will reduce the sound level by 4 dB.

4477

Part No 40261 Silencing Cover for TLD 30 Part No 40697 Silencing Cover for TED 30 5.5 kW Part No 40698 Silencing Cover for TED 30 9.2 kW Part No 4659 Intermediate piece Ø108

4942/3195

40261 40697 40698

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Vacuum Producers

TPR

TSR

Turbopumps with TPR designation are parallel connected twin impeller belt driven units. Cooling air is introduced into the unit through an adjustable vacuum relief valve. The vacuum pressure in the system can be held constant when different outlets are opened. The turbopumps are equipped with thermal overload protection on the outboard bearing which will trip out when bearing temperature becomes excessive. A back flow valve is built into the unit on the inlet side.

Turbopumps with TSR designation are series connected two stage belt driven units. Cooling air is introduced into the pump through a slot between the two stages. In this way the second stage cools the first stage indirectly, allowing the pump to run at extremely high vacuum and low airflow without overheating. The turbopumps are equipped with thermal overload protection on the outboard bearing which will trip out when bearing temperature becomes excessive. A back flow valve must be optionally installed on the inlet side of the unit when several units are to be installed in parallel.

Dimensions, Installation Example TPR

TSR

PART NO/MOTOR

Hz

230 V 400 V 460 V USA/CAN 600 V CAN

50 50 60 60

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TPR 35 106600/11 kW

TPR 40

TPR 43

TSR 43

106802/15 kW 107202/18.5 kW 107252/18.5 kW 106800/15 kW 107200/18.5 kW 107250/18.5 kW 106805/20 HP 107207/25 HP 107257/25 HP 106806/20 HP 107206/25 HP 107256/25 HP

TPR 47 107702/22 kW 107700/22 kW 107707/30 HP 107706/30 HP

TSR 47/48

TPR 50

TSR 50/52

107752/22 kW 109202/30 kW 109252/30 kW 107750/22 kW 109200/30 kW 109250/30 kW 107757/30 HP 109207/40 HP 109257/40 HP 107756/30 HP 109206/40 HP 109256/40 HP


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Vacuum Producers

TECHNICAL DATA, description TPR 35 TPR 40 TPR 43 TSR 43 TPR 47 TSR 47/48 TPR 50 TSR 50/52 Pump RPM

rpm

3500

Weight kg 400 Max dP kPa 22 Nominal Pressure kPa 20 Max Q m3/h 1000 Sound Level of Unit 1 m dB(A) 66 Inlet/Outlet Ømm 160/160 *Standard DC Green System Max 22 kPa

kPa

4000

4300

4300

4700

4700

5000

5000

400 26* 20 1200 66 160/160

430 28* 20 1400 66 160/160

430 46 35 650 66 108/108

450 29* 21 1500 66 160/160

450 50 37 700 66 108/108

530 30* 23 1600 66 160/160

530 54 40 800 66 108/108

Pu

60

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

6

50

8

40

4

30

3

2

5

7

20

Capacity and Power Consumption

TPR 35 TPR 40 TPR 43 TSR 43 TPR 47 TSR 47/48 TPR 50 TSR 50/52

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The diagram shows available capacity for an extraction system.

1

0 200

400

600

800

1000

Q 1200

1

1400

2

10

4

m3/h

1600

3

5

6

7

20

8 30 kW

Lubrication Interval

P

p

TPR 35

TPR 40

TPR 43

TSR 43

TPR 47

TSR 47/48

TPR 50

TSR 50/52

22 kPa 25 kPa 28 kPa 30 kPa 40 kPa

1500 h 750 h – – –

1500 h 750 h – – –

1500 h 1500 h 1000 h – –

– – – 1500 h 1000 h

1500 h 1500 h 1000 h – –

– – – 1500 h 1000 h

1500 h 1500 h 1000 h 750 h –

– – – 1500 h 1000 h

Grease for Dustcontrol Turbopumps, Part No 9928

Accessories Silencer Part No 3182 3183 3184

Conn Ø160 Ø160 Ø160

Dimensions L=1200, Ø355 L=600, Ø355 L=600, Ø260

Part No 8051 Back Flow Valve 160 mm Installed on the inlet side of the TSR when two or more units are parallel installed.

A

Part No

A

75 dB(A)

3184

64 dB(A)

3182

62 dB(A)

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Vacuum Producers

Dimensions RAF 500 without Silencing Enclosure

Radial blowers

Wall installation

Floor installation Spacer

RAF 500 The RAF 500 is ideal for small fume extraction systems, for example with Flexpipes. Spiral tubing is generally used. The blower is a direct driven unit with minimal service requirements. (Lubrication interval 10000 hours.) Without Silencing Enclosure: Part No 111900 2.5 kW 220–240/380–420 V, 50 Hz

2 x 3037

Part No 111904 4 HP 460 V, 60 Hz Can/US Part No 111906 4 HP 600 V, 60 Hz Can

Dimensions RAF 500 with Silencing Enclosure and RAF 500 S

With Silencing Enclosure: Part No 111910 2.5 kW, 220–240/380–420 V, 50 Hz Part No 111916 4 HP 460 V, 60 Hz Can/US

RAF 500 S The RAF 500S is for application in extraction systems for lighter dust, ie: wood dust. It is a twin wheel, series connected unit. The unit is direct drive and has minimal service requirements. (Lubrication interval 10000 hours.) Without Silencing Enclosure: Part No 111800 5.5 kW 220–240/380–420 V, 50 Hz Part No 111804 10 HP 460 V, 60 Hz Can/US With Silencing Enclosure: Part No 111810 5.5 kW, 220–240/380–420 V, 50 Hz Part No 111816 10 HP 460 V, 60 Hz Can/US

Accessories RAF 500 and RAF 500S

A

B

C

D

RAF 500

450

157

550

510

RAF 500S

460

325

725

685

4476

Part No 4476 Silencer 100, 600/200 mm Used for silencing exhaust and inlet.

42297

Part No 42297 Back Flow Valve 108 mm Installed on the inlet side of the fan when two or more units are parallel installed.

Capacity and Power Consumption kPa

Pu

10 8

Part No 808404 Shutter valve auto 108 mm

6

Part No 8088 Solenoid valve 24 VAC

4

A closed shutter valve on the inlet at start-up decreases the power surge.

RAF 500

2

RAF 500S Q

0 200

400

600

800

1000

m3/h

1

TECHNICAL DATA

RAF 500

RAF 500S

2.5 kW/4 HP 3000 39 5.6 900

5.5 kW/10 HP 3000 150 9.5 1100

79 66 108/76

79 66 108/100

2 RAF 500 3

Motor Pump RPM Weight Max dp Max Q Sound Level*) without silencing enclosure with silencing enclosure Inlet/Outlet )

* with exhaust silencer, 1 m

44

kW rpm kg kPa m3/h dB(A)

mm

4 5 kW

P

RAF 500S

Figure shows available capacity in an extraction system.


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Vacuum Producers

RAF 1600/2500 PART NO

Hz

RAF 1600

RAF 2500

400 V

50

112000

7,5 kW

112100

15 kW

230 V

50

112002

7,5 kW

112102

15 kW

460 V US/CAN

60

112007

10 HP

112107

20 HP

600 V CAN

60

112006

10 HP

112106

25 HP

RAF 1600/2500 are single stage direct driven radial blowers for less demanding pressure applications such as fume extraction. The blowers are equipped with vibration isolators and silenced enclosure. They should always be equipped with an exhaust silencer (inlet also if required). These units have minimal service requirements (lubrication interval 10000 hours).

3

Accessories Part No 8051 Back Flow Valve 160 mm Installed on the inlet side of the fan when two or more units are parallel installed. Part No 807500 Shutter valve auto 200 mm Part No 8088 Solenoid valve24 VAC A closed shutter valve on the inlet at start-up decreases the power surge.

Dimensions, Installation Example

Capacity and Power Consumption kPa

Pu

8

TECHNICAL DATA

RAF 1600 50Hz

Pump RPM Weight ca Max dp Max Q Sound Level* Inlet/Outlet

rpm kg kPa m3/h dB(A) mm

* with exhaust silencer, 1 m.

3000 290 7.7 2000 68 200/160

RAF 2500 60Hz

50Hz

3600

3000

RAF 1600

60Hz 3600 330 9.3 3500 70 200/160

RAF 2500

4 Q 0 1000

3000

m3/h

RAF 1600

10 20 kW

2000

RAF 2500 P

Figure shows available capacity in an extraction system.

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Vacuum Producers

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RAF 2501

RAF 2501/RAF 2503

V

Hz

Motor

Part No

400 230 460 USA/CAN 600

50 50 60 60

30 kW 30 kW 40 HP 40 HP

112200 112202 112204 112206

The RAF 2501 is applied in extraction systems requiring large air-flows for lighter types of dust and cleaning. Pressure generation is achieved through two series connected stages. The unit is equipped with vibration isolation and a silenced enclosure. The unit should always be equipped with an exhaust silencer (inlet also if required). The unit is direct driven and has minimal service requirements (lubrication interval 10000 hours).

Accessories Part No 8051 Back Flow Valve 160 mm Installed on the inlet side of the fan when two or more units are parallel installed. Part No 807500 Shutter valve auto 200 mm Part No 8088 Solenoid valve24 VAC A closed shutter valve on the inlet at start-up decreases the power surge.

RAF 2502

RAF 2502

V

Hz

Motor

Part No

400 230 460 USA/CAN 600

50 50 60 60

30 kW 30 kW 40 HP 40 HP

112300 112302 112304 112306

The RAF 2502 is applied in extraction systems requiring large air-flows such as systems for fume extraction. RAF 2502 work with two parallel impellers. The unit is equipped with vibration isolation and a silenced enclosure. The unit should always be equipped with an exhaust silencer (inlet also if required). The unit is direct driven and has minimal service requirements (lubrication interval 10000 hours).

RAF 2503 V

Hz

kW

Part No

400

50

30

112400

Pressure generation is achieved through two series connected stages. The unit is equipped with vibration isolation and a silenced enclosure. The unit should always be equipped with an exhaust silencer (inlet also if required). The unit is direct driven and has minimal service requirements (lubrication interval 10000 hours). RAF 2503 developes a maximum negative pressure of 20 kPa. Note though that the maximum airflow is 2800 m3/h. Above this, the power consumption would be too large for the 30 kW motor, so the design of the system must throttle to this level for all cases.

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Accessories â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Please see RAF 2501. TECHNICAL DATA

Pump RPM Weight ca Max dp Max Q Sound Level* Inlet/Outlet

rpm kg kPa m3/h dB(A) mm

* with exhaust silencer, 1 m.

RAF 2501 50Hz 60Hz

RAF 2502 50Hz 60Hz

3000

3000

3600 440 17 3300 74 200/160

3600 430 9.4 6200 74 2x200/2x160

RAF 2503 50 Hz 3000 450 20 2800 74 200/160


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Vacuum Producers

Capacity and Power Consumption kPa

P

u

RAF2503

20 16 12

RAF2501

8

RAF2502

4

Q

0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

m3/h

6000

3

10 20 30

RAF2501

RAF2503 kW

RAF2502

P

Figure shows available capacity in an extraction system.

1

2

Fan Silencers In order to decrease the noise level of our fans, RAF 1600 – 2503, an in-line silencer must be installed on the exhaust duct. Several examples are illustrated of how noise level measurements can be affected. It is not unusual to obtain measurements of up to 110–120 dB(A) in completely non-silenced installations. Part No 3182 3183 3184

Conn. Ø160 Ø160 Ø160

Dimensions L=1200, Ø355 mm L=600, Ø355 mm L=600, Ø260 mm

Ø 160

3

1

2

3

96

100

102

75

78

81

68

72

71

Silencer Ø160 x 600 x 260 (Part No 3184)

Ø 160

Silencer Ø160 x 1200 x 260 (Part No. 3182)

Ø 160

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Installation Examples TPR 35–TPR 50, S 32000–S 34000, F 20000

S 34000, RAF 2500

S 34000 F 20000 S 32000– S 34000

TPR 35– TPR 50

TPR 35– TPR 50

RAF 2500

RAF 2500

S 32000– S 34000

S 34000

F 20000

RAF 2501, S 34000

RAF 2502, S 34000X S 34000X

S 34000

RAF 2501

RAF 2501

RAF 2502

S 34000X

S 34000

RAF 2502

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Filter Units

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Filter Units

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About Dustcontrol Filter Units An extraction system should always be equipped with a filter unit. The filter unit separates coarse material in the cyclone body of the unit and fine dust in an internal arrangement of conical pleated cartridge filters. Pleated filters have very high filter areas in relation to their physical size. The filter units therefore have high capacity while maintaining compact overall dimensions. Filters are cleaned with reverse pulse which results in very effective cleaning, long filter life and low maintenance. Normally the filter units are equipped with a plastic sack for collection of the extracted material but other types of discharge arrangements can also be installed.

General In the filter unit, dust is separated from the air in several steps. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the cyclone will separate particles down to a size of 1/100 mm. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the filter will separate particles which go through the cyclone. The dust laden air is introduced into the cyclone at a high velocity. Through centrifugal force the dust particles, with higher relative mass than the air molecules, are forced outward toward the wall of the cyclone and fall toward the bottom. The air flows toward the centre of the cyclone and through the filter.

Filter Loading Permissible air-flow determines the air velocity through the filter material, known as filter loading. Consider also inlet/outlet velocities. Permissible filter loading varies with dust type.

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Dust Type

Permissible filter loading (m3/h)/m2

Stone Concrete Wood Cement Plastic Graphite Carbon black Welding fume Fibreglass

120 120 160 120 120 60 60 60 60

Example: For the extraction of welding fume, the maximum permissible flow in the S 34000 will be: 60(m3/h)/m2 x 34 m2 filterarea = 2040 m3/h The velocity of the air through the inlet and outlet should not exceed 30 m/s. When one filter unit does not have sufficient capacity, several units can be connected in parallel.


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Filter Units

Choose the Right Filter Unit Dust Type

Air Flow

Select Filter Unit

Stone, concrete, cement, wood, plastic, metal

<= 1000 m3/h*) 1000–1500 m3/h 1000–2000 m3/h*) 2000–4000 m3/h*) 4000–5000 m3/h*) <= 8000 m3/h <= 700 m3/h 700–1400 m3/h 700–2000 m3/h 2000–2900 m3/h <= 5500 m3/h <= 1000 m3/h*) 1000–1500 m3/h 2000–4000 m3/h*)

S 11000 S 21000 S 32000/2 x S 11000 S 34000 S 34000X S 46000 S 11000X 2 x S 11000X S 34000 S 34000X S 46000 S 11000 EX**) S 21000 EX**) S 34000 EX**

Graphite, carbon black, welding, fume, fiberglass

ATEX

4

*) In applications with a large percentage of finer particulate, the above values should be reduced 20 %. **) Kst <= 200 bar/m/s

Central Units For smaller systems, the filter unit and vacuum producer can be delivered unitized on a common chassis.

Air Flow *)

Vacuum Level Required

Select Unit

<= 200 m3/h 200–400 m3/h 200–400 m3/h 400–800 m3/h 400–800 m3/h

normal normal large normal large

DC 3800 Stationary DC 11-Module 5.5/7,5 kW DC 11-Module 11 kW S DC 11-Module 11 kW P DC 11-Module 2x5.5/2x7.5 kW DC 11-Module 9.2 kW S

*) always consider dust type and filter loading as above

DC 3800 Stationary

S 11000 S 11000X

S 21000

S 32000 S 34000 S 34000X

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Filter Units

S 11000 Part No 1103 110302 1104 110300 110400 5024 7179 4706 4714 42429

1104 1103

Description S 11000 AC S 11000 AC stainless steel S 11000X AC S 11000 DC S 11000X DC Wall bracket compl. Stand compl. Discharge Cone Collection sack 50 pack Collection sack 25 pack, antistatic

7179

5024 4706

The S 11000 filter unit is of modular construction and is therefore flexible in application. The inlet module can for example be both rotated and reversed. Additional module rings can be installed to increase the storage capacity of the cyclone. The S 11000 is either floor or wall mounted. The S 11000 and S 11000X must always be equipped with a discharge cone or other discharge arrangement. The X model is equipped with larger filter area and an extra module ring.

Accessories Part No 8188 Timer

Can be used to activate filter cleaning. Part No 40407 Module Ring, complete Increases the height of the cyclone and volume. Part No 7290 Widening Chassis Used in applications where the separator is to discharge into a larger container such as a tipping container.

Pressure Loss kPa

ď &#x201E;p

5 4 3 2 1 Q

0 0

52

200

400

600

800

1000

m3/h

4714 40407 7290

Dimensions, Arrangements


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Filter Units

S 21000, S 32000, S 34000, S 34000X, S 46000 The S 21000 and S 34000 are constructed of modules and is therefore very flexible. The inlet modules can for example be both rotated and reversed. Additional module rings can be installed to give increased storage capacity of collected material. The X model is equipped with larger filter area and an extra module ring. S 21000, S 32000, S 34000, S 34000X and S 46000 are installed on legs. As standard, extracted material is collected in a plastic bag, alternative discharge options can be selected. Part No 1191 1136 1059 1060 1070 4706 4714 42111

1070 1060 1059

1136

1191

4706

Description Part No Description S 21000 AC 119100 S 21000 DC S 32000 AC 113600 S 32000 DC S 34000 AC 105900 S 34000 DC S 34000X AC 106000 S 34000X DC S 46000 AC 107000 S 46000 DC Discharge Cone Collection Sack, 50 pack Collection Sack, 50 pack Antistatic

4714/ 42111

4 Inlet Module

1x φ160 1x φ250 3x φ76 2x φ108

Accessories

Part 7133

7134

7136

7137

Part No 4612 Module Ring, complete S 32/34000 Increases the height of the cyclone by 0.35 m and volume by ca 0.3 m3. Part No 40007 Inlet Wear Plate S 32/34000 Inlet wear plate for minimising wall wear on the cyclone when collecting abrasive material.

3x φ110

Part 7138

Part No 819001 Sequence Control S 32/34000 Can be used to activate filter cleaning. Part No 7195 Widening Chassis Used when collected material is to be deposited in a container up to 1,1 m3. Increases width between the legs from 860 mm to 1460 mm. ”With legs > 3000 mm a widening chassis should be ordered.” Part No 3004 Steel tube 76 mm Galvanized Delivered in 3 m lengths. Used for longer legs when required (standard leg L = 1400 mm).

2x φ160

3x φ160

7141

7142

Pressure Loss p

kPa

2x ø108

5

4612 4

3x ø76

1x ø160

3x ø108

2x ø160

1x ø250 3x ø160

3 2

7195

40007

1 Q

0

3004

0

1000

2000

3000

m3/h

4000

TECHNICAL DATA

S 11000

S 11000X

S 21000

S 32000

S 34000

S 34000X

S 46000

Inlet mm Outlet mm Max Q Filters: Pleated Polyester Cartridge Part No. and pcs Total Filter Area Degree of separation DIN 24184/3 Application Class according to Bia Max temp filter Filter cleaning with Reverse Pulse Compressed air Connection, hose El connection

Ø 108 Ø 108 1000 m3/h*)

Ø 108 Ø 108 1000 m3/h*)

optional Ø 250 1500 m3/h*)

optional Ø 250 2000 m3/h*)

optional Ø 250 4000 m3/h*)

optional Ø 250 5000 m3/h*)

optional Ø 250 x 2 8600 m3/h*)

4292 x 1 8.4 m2 > 99.9 % C 130 oC

4284 x 1 12.0 m2 > 99.9 % C 130 oC

4284 x 1 12.0 m2 > 99.9 % C 130 oC

4292 x 2 16.8 m2 > 99.9 % C 130 oC

4292 x 4 34 m2 > 99.9 % C 130 oC

4284 x 4 48 m2 > 99.9 % C 130 oC

4284 x 6 72 m2 > 99.9 % C 130 oC

4 l/s, 4 bar 6/8 mm 24 V AC alt. DC,12 W

4 l/s, 4 bar 6/8 mm 24 V AC alt. DC,12 W

4 l/s, 4 bar 6/8 mm 24 V AC alt. DC,12 W

4 l/s, 4 bar 6/8 mm 24 V AC alt. DC,12 W

4 l/s, 4 bar 6/8 mm 24 V AC alt. DC,12 W

4 l/s, 4 bar 6/8 mm 24 V AC alt. DC,12 W

4 l/s, 4 bar 6/8 mm 24 V AC alt. DC,12 W

*) Note: Always consider filter loading.

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S 21000, S 32000, S 34000, S 34000X, S 46000 Dimensions, Arrangements S 21000

753

2300

2675

2980

?247

min. 525

S 46000

S 32000 S 34000

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S 34000X


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S 11000 EX, S 21000 EX, S 34000 EX Dustcontrol has been operating in the field of environmental equipment for more than 40 years and has extensive experience in equipment and systems for potentially explosive dust. Keeping the work environment clean and safe minimizes the risk of explosion, maximizes your production up-time, increases your products’ quality and gives significant cost savings. S 11000 / S 21000 / S 34000 EX are the new generation high vacuum dust collectors for potentially combustible dust. The units comply with the ATEX directive. S 11000 / S 21000 / S 34000 EX have been created in order to meet various extraction requirements and to meet the challenges and rapid changes presented to modern industry. The systems are all marked with the EX symbol and are category 3D equipment according to directive 94/9/EC. This means that models with the EX symbol may be placed in areas classified as zone 22 according to directive 1999/92/EC. Part No 110301 119201 105901

4 110301

Description S 11000 EX S 21000 EX S 34000 EX

Designed for Zone : DUSTSIDE

21

CLEANSIDE

22

OUTSIDE UNIT

22

1136 6

Il2D/ II3D 119201

TECHNICAL DATA

S 11000 EX

S 21000 EX

S 34000 EX

Inlet mm

Ø 108

optional

optional

Outlet mm

Ø 108

Ø 250

Ø 250

Max Q

1000 m3/h

1500 m3/h

4000 m3/h

Soiled side air volume

251 l

464 l

1312 l

Filters: Pleated Polyester Cartridge Part No and pcs

429206 x 1

429206 x 1

429206 x 4

Total Filter Area

8.4 m2

12.0 m2

34 m2

Degree of separation DIN 24184/3

> 99.9 %

> 99.9 %

> 99.9 %

Container

35 l

60 l

60 l

Max temp filter

130 oC

130 oC

130 oC

4 l/s, 4 bar

4 l/s, 4 bar

4 l/s, 4 bar

Connection, hose

6/8 mm

6/8 mm

6/8 mm

El connection

24 V DC,12 W

24 V DC,12 W

24 V DC,12 W

Filter cleaning with Reverse Pulse Compressed air

115901

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Filter Units

DC HEPA box Within the BioPharma, food processing, electronic, car and aerospace industries (just to name a few) there are numerous environments, which need extreme safeguards against dispersion of particles and aerosols. Here the DC HEPAbox enters the arena as a complimentary filtration with highest filtration level (>0.15 micro meter). DC HEPAbox has a robust design and withholds high negative pressure (40 kPa) which differentiates it from competing products. DC HEPAbox is even recommended to be used as a “police filter” between the filter unit and the vacuum producer in an ATEX environment. If for any reason the filter unit fails, the DC HEPAbox stops the dust from reaching the radial blower or turbo pump. In this way all standard vacuum producers can be used for ATEX applications, provided that the vacuum producer is placed outside an Atex zone. Part No Description 1180 DC HEPA box

Contamination free filter change.

807

200

200

561

Contamination free filter change.

Wall Mounting.

Technical Data

Air flow

56

Inlet/outlet

Ø 200 mm

Height

810 mm

Diameter

577 mm

Weight

86 Ibs/39 kg

Filter area

10.2 m

Airflow

2500 m3/h

Negative pressure

40 kPa

Filter type

HEPA13 acc. to EN1822

Mounting

Wall and ceiling

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DC 11-Module The DC 11-Module is a complete central unit for source extraction and industrial cleaning. The unit can manage just about every kind of dust and chip you can imagine, and when properly equipped, your coolants and emulsions too. With the DC 11-Module, we deliver a complete central unit from the factory, plug and play - easy to install. We tailor it exactly to your specific needs. This is possible due to an options based selection process. The DC 11-Module has been designed to produce more capacity/HP and service up to six normal extraction points or several cleaning outlets at a time. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve worked hard to get the standard sound level to just 65 dB(A). Need a HEPA filter? - Just select it as an optional extra.The discharge system can be chosen in accordance with the material to be handled; making it easy for your people to maintain their equipment. The DC 11-Module is also suitable for source extraction and general cleaning in smaller production areas. Note that the unit can connect to many extraction points, as long as the number of users does not exceed the maximum capacity. For energy saving and reliable remote activation of operation, the DC 11-Module is also available with the DC Green System. For futher information , see page 108.

Optimized Stand-Alone Unit The design of a source extraction system is always based on the specific need at each work place. It is then possible to design and install a central unit for several, or many, extraction points. Alternatively, maybe a stand-alone unit for a particular area is the best choice. The advantage with stand-alone solutions is that you attain cleaner production one step at a time - as production requires it and as budget allows it. The DC 11-Module becomes part of the work cell or production machine and can be part of the flexibility of modern lean manufacturing and fast change-overs from part to part.The DC 11-Module is developed to fulfil the demands of a local solution.

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Compact Vacuum Systems

5

HEPA Filters

Filter Unit

The fine filter separates a large quantity of the fine dust, but has a limited efficiency on the smallest particulate. In order to capture this particulate, the unit should be equipped with a HEPA filter. We always recommend that a HEPA filter be used when the system air is returned to the plant environment. With designated or hazardous dust we recommend the use of a HEPA filter even if the system air is to be vented out of the plant. (Note: Always be aware of and comply with local regulations.)

The filter unit separates the larger particles in the cyclone and the finer dust in the pleated conical filter. The filter is cleaned very effectively with reverse pulse. Normally, compressed air is used for filter cleaning, but manual filter cleaning that does not require compressed air can be chosen as an alternative. The filter unit separates everything from fine dust to chips and fluids.

Control Panel The electrical function is built into the machine. The unit is started manually with a start button, automatically when any of the extraction points are opened and microswitches are used or by clock control. Filter cleaning is automatic after shutdown of the vacuum. With the DC Green System option you get on-demand control for saving energy, see page 128. You can also choose if the unit should be a fixed installation or mobile and be delivered with a Euro connection (5.5/7.5 kW).

Vacuum Producer The vacuum producer is a direct driven turbo pump. It is highly durable and has minimal service requirements. The characteristic of this type of vacuum producer makes it excellent for use with a VSD. With the frequency converter option the performance capacity will be optimised.

Outlet/Exhaust For fixed installed extraction systems it is always recommended to exhaust the air out of the building if a HEPA is not used. In doing that, all residual particulate and any gases extracted are expelled from the building. With the help of a HEPA filter, almost all the particles can be eliminated. In a large plant, exhausting to atmosphere can sometimes be difficult. In these cases exhaust directly at the unit can be considered. Extra duct work and optional silencing is available to suit the installation.

Discharge of material Discharge of dust, fluids and heavy material is done under the cyclone. A number of different solutions can be chosen. The most common is plastic bag or container. Containers are available with a variety of volumes.

Mobile Unit The DC 11-Module is designed with a pallet format chassis so it can easily be moved with a fork truck or pallet jack. By choosing to equip the unit with wheels and handle, a mobile unit is created that even with its large size and weight, is possible to move easily by hand on the production floor. There is also the possibility to create a semi-mobile unit where the unit is configured as a portable but docked to an installed tubing system. When it is required elsewhere, un-dock it, and wheel it away.

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5

Compact Vacuum Systems

DC 11-Module - standard functions

Direct driven three phase turbopump - long life time Sound absorbent around vacuum producer Filter unit with separation of particles in cyclone and fine fraction particles in pleated filter Main switch on panel* Soft start for turbopump Frequency inverter for start/stop and speed control Constant rpm set from display Demand control according to DC Green System Manual start and stop from panel front Programmable clock start/stop Prepared for remote start with micro switches Control for filter cleaning with air pulse Button for manual filterclening Prepared for filter cleaning during operation Solenoid valve for filter cleaning in filter unit Alarm indication Timers adjusted from display Pressure level adjusted from display Thermal protection Vacuum valve Roof hood

x x

x x

x x

x x

x

x x

x x x

x

x

x x

x

x x x x x x 24VDC

x** x x***

x x x x x x

24VDC 24VDC

x x x x 24VDC

x x

x x

x x

x

x** x x***

x x x***

141xxNx

DC Green System

141xxLx

x x

*/ Please note that when main switch is not included it should always be assembled on the supply on the wall beside the unit. **/ Not for 5.5 kW ***/ Only 5.5 kW and 7.5 kW

60

With frequency inverter constant speed

141xxGx

With motor controller soft start

141xxFx

With direct start control

141xx6x, 141xx9x, 141xxAx

Without system control

DC 11 Module delivered complete with

x x option x x x 24VDC

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Compact Vacuum Systems

5

5

TECHNICAL DATA 5.5 kW

7.5 kW

10 HP

11 kW P

15 HP P

11 kW S

15 HP S

Motor

50 Hz

50 Hz

60 Hz

50 Hz

60 Hz

50 Hz

60 Hz

RPM

3000 rpm

3000/rpm

3600 rpm

3000/rpm

3600 rpm

3000/rpm

3600 rpm

Inlet/Outlet

Ø108/100

Ø108/100

Ø108/100

Ø108/100

Ø108/100

Ø108/100

Ø108/100

Max dp

22 kPa

22–18 kPa

22 kPa

22 kPa

20 kPa

40 kPa

43 kPa

Nominal pressure

18 kPa

18–17 kPa

18 kPa

18 kPa

18 kPa

30 kPa

32 kPa

Max Q

450 m3/h

450–550 m3/h

500 m3/h

800 m3/h

850 m3/h

450 m3/h

560 m3/h

Weight

200 kg

225 kg

225 kg

260 kg

260 kg

250 kg

250 kg

Sound level 1 m

60 dB(A)

63 dB(A)*

63 dB(A)*

63 dB(A)

64 dB(A)

63 dB(A)

64 dB(A)

Sound level with frequency inverter *

60-65 dB(A)*

61-67 dB(A)

61-67 dB(A)

Sound level with extra silencer on the outlet 5 dB (A) lower the given figure.

Air pulse filter cleaning Air consumption Hose connection

Electric connection for all units is 24 VDC.

all models 4 l/s, 4 bar 6 mm

Filter material in pleated polyester Part No Total filter surface Degree of separation EN 60335-2-69 part 1 HEPA filter (optional) Part No Total filter surface Degree of separation EN 1822-1 HEPA H13 Max temp filter

all models 4292 8.4 m2 > 99.9 % 42136 5.2 m2 99.95% 80 oC

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Options DC 11-Module Example

14123 6 1 Base unit

Part Numbers

Filter

0Q 2 1 Discharge Configuration Special equipment

DC 11-Module

Base Unit

Filter

Discharge

Configuration

Special equipment

5.5 kW 400 V 50 Hz without any panel

141236

5.5 kW 400 V 50 Hz with soft start panel

14123G

7.5 kW 400 V 50 Hz without any panel

141246

10 HP 230/460 V 60 Hz without any panel

1412FA

10 HP 600 V 60 Hz without any panel

1412CA

7.5 kW 380-480 V 50/60 Hz Frequency inverter Constant speed

14124L

7.5 kW 380-480V 50/60 Hz Green System

14124N

11 kW P 400 V 50 Hz without any panel

141466

15 HP P 460 V 60 Hz without any panel

1414P9

15 kW P 600 V 60 Hz without any panel

1414CA

11 kW P 400 V 50 Hz with softstart panel

14146G

11 kW P 380-480 V 50/60 Hz Frequency inverter Constant speed

14146L

11 kW P 380-480 V 50/60 Hz Green System

14146N

11 kW S 400 V 50 Hz without any panel

141366

15 HP S 460 V 60 Hz without any panel

1413P9

11 kW S 400 V 50 Hz with softstart panel

14136G

11 kW S 380-480 V 50/60 Hz Frequency inverter Constant speed

14136L

11 kW S 380-480 V 50/60 Hz Green System

14136N

Filter Options Standard

0

With HEPA

1

PTFE

3

Discharge Output in plastic sack (discharge cone 4706)

01

Container 40 litre; steel, blue

0H

Container 60 litre; steel blue

0Q

Container 75 litre; with plastic sack and wheel

21

Design Compressed air filter cleaning

1

Options Standard

0

Euro connection*

1

* Not for 11 kW/15 HP

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DC 11-Module Standard • • •

Standard filter Output in plastic sack (discharge cone 4706) Outlet, compressed air filter cleaning

Part No 14123G00110 DC 11-Module 5.5 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz with Softstart Control Part No 14124L00110 DC 11-Module 7.5 kW, 380-480 V, 50/60 Hz with Frequency Converter constant speed Part No 1412FA00110 DC 11-Module 10 HP, 230/460 V, 60 Hz, USA/CAN, without Control System Part No 14146G00110 DC 11-Module 11 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz, with Softstart Control Part No 1414P900110 DC 11-Module P 15HP, 460 V, 60 Hz USA/CAN, without Control System Part No 14136G00110 DC 11-Module S,11 kW 400 V, 50 Hz, Softstart Control Part No 1413P900110 DC 11-Module S 15 HP, 460 V, 60 Hz USA/CAN, without Control System

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Compact Vacuum Systems

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DC 3800 Stationary The DC 3800 Stationary package is intended for installations in (for example) industrial premises, garage workshops and schools. The dustseparator and turbo pump are mounted on a common chassis. The DC 3800 Stationary package has flow capacity for one work place at a time, for example a 6” cup stone or cleaning with 38 mm attachments. The filter is cleaned manually with a patented reverse pulse mechanism. The unit can be equipped with a vacuum relief valve to allow cooling air to the pump if all outlets are closed.The package is complete with tubing in three metre lengths, bends, branch pipes and connection joints. Installation is simple and the tubing system is easily adaptable to most sites. Starting and stopping of the central unit occurs automatically. Starting occurs when any of the outlets are opened. The central unit will shut down when all the outlets are closed.

Central unit

Part No

Qty

117400 117408

1 1

Control systems Control Panel 400 V 50 Hz 2.5 kW Control Panel 230 V 50 Hz 2.5 kW

8117 8119

1 1

Connection Point Flap Valve Ø 50 with micro switch

8433

3

3071 3310 307311 3077 307411 2107 2401 4219 3008 3107 9622

6 4 2 8 2 2 1 2 12 12 1

DC 3800 Stationary 230/400 V 50 Hz 2.5 kW DC 3800 Stationary 230/460 V 60 Hz 4 HP

Tubing system Pipe Ø 50 (L= 3 m) Bend Ø 50,90° Bend Ø 50,45° Joint Ø 50 Branch pipe 50/50 Coupling socket 50/50 Hose Ø 50 (L=5 m) Hose clamp 50-65 Bracket 300 Clamping band Ø 50 Ceiling attachment (L=2 m)

Part No 114700 DC 3800 Stationary package

The two conductor cable for 24 V is not included in the package (electrical and connection schematic are included with the panel).

Control Panel Central unit The package consists of: 6x3m

4x

2x 5m

3x 8x 2x 2x 1x2m

12 x

2x

65

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Part No 117400 220–240/380–420V, 50 Hz, 2.5 kW Part No 117408 4 HP, 230/460 V, 60 Hz, 3.0 kW USA/CAN Part No 118500 220–240/380-420 V, 50 Hz, 2.5 kW Auto filter cleaning Part No 118504 4 HP, 460 V, 60 Hz, 3.0 kW USA/CAN Auto filter cleaning Part No 4314 Plastic Sack 30 litre, 50 pack

860

8253 1400

Accessories Part No 8253 Vacuum Relief Valve 50 mm The vacuum relief valve is installed on the tubing system ( inlet side ) on a branch tube. This delivers cooling air to the turbopump and can be adjusted for the desired vacuum level in the system. Part No 3195 Silencer 80 mm 300/180 Used for exhaust silencing and also silencing of 50 mm vacuum valve.

40261

Part No 40261 Silencing Cover

Suitable for 2.5 kW model only. The silencing cover will reduce the sound level 4 dB.

Pressure Loss Filter Unit

3195

Capacity kPa

Pu

kPa  p 20

60 Hz

6 15

4

50 Hz

10

2

5

Q

0 0

66

100

200

300

m3/h

Q

0 0

100

200

300

m3/h

TECHNICAL DATA

50 Hz

60Hz

H mm W mm L mm Weight Inlet/Outlet Flow at open inlet Neg. pressure Power Motor Filter area, fine filter Degree of separation Collection sack Sound level

1400 400 860 50 kg Ø50 mm 260 m3/h 20 kPa 2.5 kW 1.8 m2 >99.9% 30 l <75 dB (A)

1400 400 860 50 kg Ø50 mm 320 m3/h 21 kPa 3.0 kW 1.8 m2 >99.9% 30 l <75 dB(A)


Compact Vacuum Systems

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DC Box The DC box is designed like a fume-cupboard with a door on each side to pull the equipment in and out. The DC Box is equipped with a ø 76-connection to source extraction and a connection to our DC AirCube 500*/, along with lighting and compressed air. A disposal sack for heavy dust and used filters is attached to the bottom of the DC Box. To pull heavy machines in and out of the DC Box an external trolley can be used. The rotatable trolley inside the DC Box will then permit easy handling of the equipment during the cleaning operation. The three openings on the front side are intended to be used by the operator to clean the equipment. Two of them are for the operator’s hands and one functions as an air inlet. Cleaning of the equipment is done with different suction tools, compressed air and brushes. Due to the ø 76-connection the DC Box can be integrated with all preseperators and vacuum cleaners of Dustcontrol, in that way offering a customer specified DC Box Package, e.g. the DC F Mobile and the DC 11-Module.

Part No 7470 Part No 74701 Integrated aircleaner

Accessories Part No 42014 Trolley

*/The new DC Box can be ordered with an integrated DC AirCube 500 air cleaner incl. adapter TECHNICAL DATA

DC Box

HxWxL Weight Inlet/Outlet Reverse Pulse Flow Neg. pressure max Filter area Degree of separation Noise level Collection Sack Lighting

1750×1196×796 mm Ø 76 mm DC AirCube 500: 450 m3/h 3.5 kPa

DC 11-Module 11 kW 1 800 x 1000 x 1 300 mm 260 kg Ø 108 mm 4 l/s, 4 bar 600 m3/h 21 kPa 8.4 m2 > 99.9% 65 dB(A)

5

700×850 mm 230 Volt

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Pre Separators

About Pre-Separators When large quantities of material are to be separated, it is advisable to use a pre-separator. The pre-separator can be placed at the workplace or in conjunction with the central unit. Pre-separators should be used: – for material recovery – for material transportation – to reduce the loading on the ducting system – to relieve loading on the central filter – to reduce the risk for filter clogging – when fluids are to be separated

Cyclonic principle

When a pre-separator is to be used the following should be considered: 1. Type of dust to be handled. 2. How the unit should be placed and how emptying will be performed. 3. Expected airflow. 1. Cyclone Principle meaning that the inlet is mounted tangentially on the body and the air-flow is thus forced against the inside of the cyclone. This principle is very effective in separating particles down to 1/100 mm. 2. Inertial Principle meaning that the air stream flows into the container and abruptly changes course. The oulet sits behind the inlet and the particles are thus thrown into the container.

Inertial principle

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Pre-Separators Pre-separators can be used in all applications where the extracted material is coarse or voluminous. These can be placed in the actual workplace for separate handling or recovery of the extracted material, or centrally. Pre-separators separate material from the air flow using the action of a cyclone or with inertial separation. Inertial separators are generally configured as containers with the inlet and outlet in the same wall

of the container. When the air flow changes direction abruptly, separation occurs for the particles with higher relative mass. When pre-separation is used to accommodate higher material volumes it is also important to consider the type of material discharge to be used. Dustcontrol offers a range of different standard options including; screw compaction, airlocks or container collection.

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Cyclone Pre-Separators Type of Material

Air Flow

Select pre-separator

All types, particularly where a large percentage is fine particulate

100–500 100–200 200–500 500–700 500–1000 1000–4000 2000–5000

Discharge to

Volume

Equipment

Plastic sack Compacted in plastic sack Open Container, Conveyor

lesser greater lesser

Container

greater lesser greater

Discharge cone Auger Compactor Foot Valves/Auto Foot Valve/ Discharge Valves Peristaltic Airlock Plastic and Steel Container Tipping Container

m3/h m3/h m3/h m3/h m3/h m3/h m3/h

DCF Mobil DCF 2500 DCF 3500 F 8000 F 11000 F 20000 F 30000

Inertial Pre-Separators Material Type

Air Flow

Volume

Select Pre-Separator

Coarse and dense

250–2000 m3/h 250–2000 m3/h

moderate large

Stainless dispenser Container

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DCF Mobile DCF Mobile Standard DCF Mobile with Plastic sack DCF Mobile Liquid separator DCF Mobile Water separator DCF Mobile With cyclone

Part No 7010 Part No 7074 Part No 7073 Part No 7009 Part No 7097

The DCF Mobile is suitable for the separation of different types of coarse material, liquids and water. It is light and fitted with wheels, so it can be connected to the workplace directly, thereby reducing the loading on the ducting system and minimizing the risk of blockage. DCF Mobile is the standard model of the mobile pre-separator. For emptying, the snap-on catches on the top cover are released and the material is shoveled or tipped out. With cyclone

C/W Plastic sack

The DC F Mobile complete with plastic sack has the same fittings as the standard model plus plastic sacks and a pressure compensating hose in order to obtain the same vacuum outside and inside the plastic sack. This preseparator is suitable for use when handling asbestos, silica and other materials which need to be collected in a sealed package.

Liquid separator

The DC F Mobile liquid separator is fitted with intermediate grill and drain cock. It is suitable for handling chips where cutting fluids and coolants are also collected.

Water separator

The DC F Mobile water separator is fitted with Ø 50 mm drain cock. This is used where large amounts of water will be separated.

The DC F Mobile cyclone has a high efficiency cyclone mounted in the top cover. Thanks to the small diameter of the cylinder in relation to its height and to the specially shaped inlet, this separator can separate even smaller and lighter materials such as asbestos fibres. The separated material then falls into the container which is fitted with a plastic sack for dust-free handling.

Accessories Part No. 4714 Collecting sack, 50 pack for Part No. 7074 and 7097

Dimensions

TECHNICAL DATA

DC F Mobile

Container volume Height Container diameter Weight Inlet/Outlet Air Flow

95 l 900 mm/1650 mm (with cyclone) 440 mm 30 kg/35 kg (with cyclone) Ø 76 mm 100–500 m3/h

Pressure Loss p

kPa

Hose ø50

3

Hose ø76

2

1 Q

0 0

100

200

300

400

500

m3/h

71

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Cyclone Separator Cover Part No 7367 When large amounts of dust are produced, a DC 5800 can be complemented with a cyclone separator cover mounted directly onto a standard 200 litre/55 gallon drum. The drum is not supplied by Dustcontrol.

TECHNICAL DATA Cyclone separator cover Height Cyclone diameter Barrel diameter Weight Inlet/outlet

580 mm Ø 250 mm Ø 620 ca 10 kg Ø 76 mm

Cyclone separator cover

DC F Wheelbarrow Part No 7130 The DC F Wheelbarrow is a mobile pre-separator designed like a wheelbarrow for ease of use. A small cyclone with two inlets is fitted in the container which can hold ca 120 l. Two tools or cleaning implements can be connected simultaneously. The container has a special hatch so that material can be shovelled in and out.

TECHNICAL DATA Filling volume HxWxL Cyclone Weight Inlets x2/Outlet x1

120 l 1200 x 640 x 1350 mm Ø 250 mm 50 kg Ø 76 mm

DC F Wheelbarrow

ACCESSORIES

Description

Part. No

Rubber plug

4016

Tipping protector

4675

DC F 2800 Part No 7372 The DC F 2800 pre-separator is often used in combination with, for example the DC 2800-machines, in order to separate material for recycling, e.g. aluminium or brass.

TECHNICAL DATA Sack volume HxWxL Cyclone Weight Inlet/Outlet

40 l 1000 x 450 x 540 mm Ø 250 mm 10 kg X 50 mm

DC F 2800

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F 2500, F 3500 Part No 700501 Part No 7061 Part No 7379 Part No 706001 Part No 7157 Part No 7156 Part No 7383

Pre Separators

Dimensions, Installation Examples

F 2500 F 2500, Fluid separator ø76 F 2500 with Counter Balance Arrangement F 3500 F 3500 Fluid separator ø76 F 3500 with cone D=160 F 3500 with Counter Balance Arrangement

700501 7383 700501

7061

7156 706001

706001

7157

The F 2500 and F 3500 are wall mounted cyclone type pre-separators used directly at the work station to relieve loading on the tubing system/filter or for separation of recoverable material. These can also be used as central pre-separators in smaller systems with the DC 3800 and DC 11-Module respectively.

Accessories Part No 42384

Plastic Sack, F 2500 25 pcs Antistatic Part No 4314 Plastic Sack, F 3500 50 pcs Part No 42702 Intellibag 10 pcs/roll Part No 706701 Discharge Valve 160 mm Installed for discharge to an open container. Controlled discharge can occur with this pneumatically actuated valve. Must be connected to a suitable control panel.

42384/42702

4314

7061

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7067

Part No. 7128 Return Valve for Fluid Separator

7157

TECHNICAL DATA

F 2500

F 3500

Weight kg In-/outlet mm Air Flow m3/h

5 Ø 50 100–200

13 Ø 76 200–500

Pressure Loss p

kPa

2500 3 3500

7156 2

1

Q

0 0

Installed for cooling fluid return from the fluid separator to fluid sump for re-use. If the fluid separator cannot be mounted at 3 m height, this return valve must be used to avoid drawing fluid into the system.

100

200

300

400

500

m3/h

3045 7067

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F 8000

Dimensions, Installation Example

The F 8000 is a high efficiency cyclone separator for the separation of fine and light dust, e.g. wood dust. Part No 7450 7344 7345 3037 7461

Description F 8000 Complete F 8000 Cyclone F 8000 Body Module Console 500 mm (2 pcs req’d ) Auto Foot Valve 470 mm

7344

The F 8000 cyclone can be equipped with a 40407 module ring to create a larger storage capacity. For alternatives to Part No 7461, see discharge options.

3037

7345

F 11000

7461

The F 11000 is a modular cyclone pre-separator that is very flexible and can be configured easily to an exact requirement. Discharge equipment options can be used alternatively to the discharge cone with plastic sack collection. Part No. 7177 7179 5024 4706 4714

Description F 11000 Complete Floor Stand, complete Wall Mount, complete Discharge Cone Collection Sack, 50 pack

Part No 7450 F 8000 Complete is delivered with; 7344, 7345, 7461 and 2 x 3037.

7177 7179

5024

Accessories Pressure Loss F 8000 and F 11000 Part No 7311 Vortex Tube Part No 40407 Body Module, complete Used in applications with light dust, i.e.: paper. Separation can be improved by equipping the pre-separator with a vortex tube and by increasing the height with an extra body module.

p

kPa

4706 7311

3

4714 2 1

Part No 7290 Widening Chassis Used in applications where the separator is to discharge into a larger container such as a tipping container.

Q 0 0

TECHNICAL DATA

F 8000

F 11000

Weight, kg Inlet, mm Outlet, mm Flow m3/h Body dia. mm

ca 15 Ø 108 Ø 108 500–700 Ø 300

ca 45 Ø 108 Ø 108 500–1000 Ø 477

74

40407

200 400

600 800 1000

m3/h

7290

Dimensions, Installation Example


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F 20000

Dimensions , Installation Example

The F 20000 is a modular cyclone separator for larger systems. The unit must be equipped with the appropriate inlet module and discharge arrangement, e.g.: discharge cone or alternative selection.

Part No 7195 Widening Chassis For applications where material is to be discharged into a larger receiver such as a tipping container. ”With legs > 3000 mm a widening chassi should be ordered.”

Part No 7185 F 20000 Complete Part No 4706 Discharge Cone Part No 4714 Collection Sack, 50 pack Part No 42111 Collection Sack 50 pack, antistatic

Part No 3004 Steel Tube 76 mm, galvanised Ordered by the meter and delivered in 3 m lengths. Used when leg length required is greater than the 1400 mm legs delivered with the unit.

Accessories Part No 7189 Vortex Tube Used in applications with light dust, e.g. paper, to increase separation efficiency of the separator.

7189 7185

4706

Inlet modules

6 Pressure Loss F 20000 and F 30000 1 x Ø160 1 x Ø250 Part 7133 7134

3 x Ø76 2 x Ø108 7136 7137

3004

4714/ 42111

kPa

p

3x 2x 1x Ø76 Ø108 Ø160

3x Ø108

5

2x Ø160 1x Ø250

4 3 3 x Ø110 Part 7138

2 x Ø160 7141

3 x Ø160 7142

3x Ø160

2

7195

1 Q

0 0

F 30000

7166

3

1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 m /h

The solid line represents the recommended flow for respective inlets.

The F 30000 is a modular cyclone separator for large systems. The configuration of the separator is easily tailored to the specific application. The unit must be equipped with the appropriate inlet module and discharge arrangement, e.g.: discharge cone or alternative selection. Part No 7166 F 30000 Complete Part No 4706 Discharge Cone Part No 4714 Collection Sack, 50 pack Part No 42111 Collection Sack 50 pack, antistatic

4706

4714 / 42111

TECHNICAL DATA

F 20000

F 30000

Weight, kg Inlet, mm Outlet, mm Flow, m3/h Body dia.

ca120 optional Ø250 1000–4000 Ø596 mm

ca 170 optional Ø250 2000–500 Ø1045 mm

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Accessories F 30000 4612

7195

40007 3004

Ă&#x2DC; 315 3294

Part No 3294 Spiral tubing Ă&#x2DC; 315 For connection to pressure relief module.

tipping container. For leg lengths greater than 1400 mm, order Part No 3004 steel tube.

Part No 4612 Body Module Increases the height of the cyclone and can increase separation efficiency for some materials. Part No 40007 Inlet Wear Plate This is installed in the inlet module of the separator and increases the resistance to abrasion caused by incoming material in the gas flow.

Part No 3004 Steel Tube 76 mm, galvanised Ordered by the meter and delivered in 3 m. lengths. Used when leg length required is greater than the 1400 mm legs delivered with the unit.

Part No 7195 Widening Chassis For applications where material is to be discharged into a larger receiver such as a

Dimensions, Installation Example F 30000

F30000 with Part No. 4706 Discharge Cone and 4612 Body Module

F 30000 with Part No 4706. Discharge Cone

Discharge Arrangements for: F 8000, F 11000, F 20000, F 30000, S 11000, S 32000 and S 34000 Auger Compactor

7343

4714

7065

TECHNICAL DATA

Part No 7343 Auger Compactor Connection Part No 7065 Auger Compactor This arrangement is used for material that can be compacted, e.g. paper dust and strips. Collected material is compacted and discharged 76

into a plastic collection sack. The drive motor control should be configured to reverse for several seconds to clear occasional clogs. Part No 4714 Collection Sack, 50 Pack

Flange, outer mm inner mm Weight Capacity Motor Power Voltage Max Op. Pressure Service Interval (1st service 300 h)

500x500 425x425 218 kg 2-5 m3/h 2.2 kW 230/400 V 40 kPa 1500 h


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Continuous Discharge Arrangements Suitable for: F 8000, F 11000, F 20000, F 30000, S 11000, S 32000 and S 34000 Part No 7131 Counter Balance for Discharge Cone (Part No 4706) The rubber flap on the discharge cone is replaced with the counter balance flap. This unit will close when the system is under operation. When the system is at rest, collected material will be discharged into an open container. Note: only for use with suitable materials.

Foot Valves

Discharge Valves

7131

706801

Part No 7462 Counter Balance Foot Valve 470 mm This arrangement replaces the standard cone and functions by closing automatically when the system is in operation and releasing collected material when the system is at rest. Note: only for use with suitable material.

706701

Part No 7461 Auto Foot Valve 470 mm This is an automatically controlled, pneumatically actuated foot valve that opens when the system is at rest. It is used for the discharge of materials into an open container and should be used only with materials that will flow.

7462

Part No 706801 Reduction Cone 400/160 mm Part No 706701 Discharge Valve 160 mm This automatically controlled, pneumatically actuated valve can discharge collected material from the separator when the system is at rest. It is used for discharge into an open container or conveyor. The material must have good flow characteristics.

7341

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Part No 7370 Discharge Valve 250 mm Part No 7341 Discharge Valve 400 mm This automatically controlled, pneumatically actuated valve can discharge collected material from the separator when the system is at rest. It is used for discharge into an open container or conveyor. The material must have good flow characteristics.

7461

Part No 741401 Manually Actuated Intermediate Assembly In application where the collected material receiving container is placed under system vacuum, this intermediate part is required to facilitate the easy removal of the waste container. It has a telescopic mating flange that is raised and lowered onto the container flange with two opposing eccentric locking mechanisms.

7370

Dimensions, Installation Examples F 20000 with widening chassis and discharge into a 1.1 m3 container.

F 11000

Part No 743200 Pneumatically Actuated Intermediate Assembly F 20000

1 m3

3510

741401/ 743200

1750

Optional Configurations: In certain applications, automatic discharge during operation can be achieved by using a peristaltic airlock. Collected material can be discharged into a Big Bag.

3400

The identical telescopic function and application to Part No 741401 but actuated pneumatically rather than manually. The pneumatic cylinders can be controlled manually with a Part No 8040 or Peristaltic Airlock Ă&#x2DC;160 with an automated control. The Part No 743200 does not include the actuator, this must be determined during the control design and ordered separately.

1,1 m3

1100 1650

1360

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Peristaltic Airlock for discharge of dust from filter cyclone and preseparator.

Ø160

Continuous discharge of material during operation can be achieved by installing two valves in series with an intermediate receiver. The material must be of such a nature that it flows easily.

Ø 400

706801

Part No 706801 Reduction Cone, 400/160 mm Part No 708800 Peristaltic Airlock,160 mm The Peristaltic Airlock 160 mm is delivered complete with solenoid valves for actuation. A separate control must be selected, see Y2 and Y3 below. Note that the valves are normally open when not energized.The lower discharge valve must be guyed and unweighted to the chassis or legs.

708800 7342

Part No 7342 Peristaltic Airlock, 400 mm Part No 7362 Peristaltic Airlock, 250 mm This airlock consists of two 400 mm discharge valves and auto shutter valves for pressure compensation of the valves. The airlock is delivered complete with a control solenoid block. For selection of a suitable control cycle time, see the graph below. Select a control for control of the airlock. Note that airlock pneumatic cylinders Y2 and Y3 should be open when the controlling solenoids are not energized.The lower discharge valve must be guyed and unweighted to the chassis or legs.

Connection Schematic for Peristaltic Airlock Ø 400/Ø250

Part No 40407 Storage Module, V=140 l

Ø 250 40407

450 1900

450

7362

Discharge Capacity (average value shown – varies by material) cycles/hour Ø160 max

200

Ø250 max

150

Ø400 max

100 50 0

0

78

2

4

6

8

10

12 m3/h

TECHNICAL DATA

Ø160

Ø250

Ø400

Volume of Receiver Air Consumption/cycle (5 bar) Solenoids 24V AC Service Interval (singel shift operation)

12 l 5 2 pcs 1 year

110 l 15 4 pcs 1 year

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Control signal sequence for Peristaltic Airlocks

Pump Y2 Y3 Y4

OFF

ON

Closed Open

T61 = 14 s

T62= 6s

T63 = 14 s

T64= 6s

Closed Open

T65 = 2 s

T66 = 2 s

Closed T68= 2,5 s

Open

Y6

OFF

T60 = 45 s

Closed T67 = 1 s

Open

Cycle timer relays should be adjusted for the actual application. Y2 and Y3 control the airlock. Y4 (Y5 connected inversely) relieve pressure. Y6 is connected in special circumstances to force discharge.

Container 160

Tipping Container Part No 40655 Discharge Cone

741401

743200

Part No 40656 Steel Container 40 l Installs under the cyclone for material collection.

410

Part No 4749 Adapter 480/400 for steel containers

Part No 741401 Manual Intermediate Connection

Secured with two eccentric locks that are locked down when the container is present.

1075

Part No 743200 Automatic Intermediate Connection

Secured automatically in the down position by two pneumatic cylinders when the container is present. Can be controlled with a manual pneumatic valve, art. no. 8040 or by an optional automatic control. Part No 7433 Adapter 442/11000 Module

Part No 7066 Steel Container 90 l.

Part No 7159 Steel Container 110 l with collection sack.

Part No 7160 Steel Container 110 l . Portable with collection sack.

Part No 4714 Collection sack, 50 pack for art 7159 and 7160. Part No 42111 Collection sack, 50 pack, antistatic.

Steel collection containers are mounted directly under the cyclone by using art. no. 4749 Adapter. Consider always the weight of the collected material and plan emptying of the container at suitable intervals. Note: installation of Part No 7160 requires lengthened legs on the F 20000 and F 30000.

Tipping Containers Part No 7196 7197 7198

Description

Collection Volume

0.6 m3 1.1 m3 2.5 m3

0.3 m3 0.6 m3 1.3 m3

Tipping containers are sealed to the cyclone bottom cone with an intermediate connection and adapter. Material can continuously collect in the container. A widening chassis must be used to install the cyclone to accommodate the width of the container.

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7439

Tipping Container Tipping containers can be used as inertial separators by equipping the container with a divider plate and installing inlet/ outlet connections on the containers rear wall. Inertial separation is particularly suited to the separation of larger quantities of coarse material.

The divider baffle is installed internally in the container between the inlet and outlet. The containers are tip-dump style and should be handled with a fork truck. These containers can be equipped with casters.

Part No 7196 Part No 7197 Part No 7198 Part No 7439

0.6 m3 1.1 m3 2.5 m3 Divider Baffle

m3 (Collection volume)

m3 (Filling volume)

kg (Volume)

kPa (Max-neg pressure)

A

B

C

E

F

7196

0,6

0,3

240

40

100

1076

X160

300

730

935

1180

200

1250

1590

7197

1,1

0,6

350

40

100

1096

X160

300

730

1050

1295

200

1550

1800

7198

2,5

1,3

570

40

100

1276

X160

300

730

1225

1470

200

1550

2180

Part No

B

G

H

J

K

L

L

C

H

G

A E

F

J

Airflow, m3/h K

Accessories for Tipping Container

500

Pressure Loss Inertial Separators 7404 7422

Part No 7434 Container Guide Rails

80

76

102 152

3 2

7436

Part No 7436 Hose Nipple, 76/x160

p

kPa

7434

These rails should be anchored to the floor using sleeve or wedge anchors (20 required).

Accessories; bottom screen, drain cock and level sensing available by special order.

0.6;1.1;2.5 1.1;2.5 2.5

When the container is configured as an inertial separator, two hoses are connected to the rear wall of the container. Material is separated with inertial action as air entering the container changes direction abruptly.

Inlet max. Ø102

Part No 7422 Caster Set (4 pcs), max. 2200 kg

Part No 7438 Hose Nipple, 152/x160

76 102 152

X160

Part No 7404 Caster Set (4 pcs), max. 1600 kg

Part No 7437 Hose Nipple, 102/x160

Type, m3

250–500 400–900 900–2000

Part No 7448 Cyclone Top

To increase separation efficiency, a cyclone top can be installed on the tipping container. The container then functions as a cyclone separator with a large storage volume for collected material. Suitable air-flows are between 400–800 m³/h.

Hose, Ø mm

1

7437

7438

Q

0 0

400 800

1200 1600 2000 m3/h

Diagram for Tipping Containers and Containers 4–8 m3.


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Larger Containers By installing inlet/outlet connections on larger containers (4-8 m3) an efficient inertial separator is built. Separation and containment of extracted waste directly in a closed container is a desirable handling method for a variety of reasons. Among these is that the system remains closed and that the handling of the waste can be done both rationally and economically. These containers can also be used as discharge arrangements for cyclones – direct connection from the separator mounted over the container. A vacuum waste container is an integral part of the extraction system and must be designed for the negative pressure. Different regions and waste handlers will have different handling systems, the illustrations above show several different prevalent variations.

The exact type and dimensions of that type are often determined in cooperation with the contracted waste handler. The following factors will have a bearing on the selection of container type: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

Tipping cost. Tipping in a packer truck or removal. Distance to tipping site. Density and weight of the separated material. Permits required for dumping of collected material (degree of hazard classification). 6) Time for removal of container and the need for two containers. 7) Physical placement of the container, is it accessible for the handling truck?

Lugger lift

Roll off container

6

Part No

Description

Part No

Description

2010 2011 2033

Suction hose 152, std Suction hose 102, std Suction hose 102 extra abrasion resistant Suction hose 152 extra abrasion resistant Suction hose 76 extra abrasion resistant Suction hose 76 PU Joint Ø 76 Joint 108 Joint 160

3300 7404 7419 7420 7421 7422 742301 7436 7437 7438 7448

Pipe fitting 108/102 Wheel set, 4 wheels HD hose clamp 76 HD hose clamp 102 HD hose clamp 160 Wheel set 2,5 m3 Pipe fitting 160/152 Hose fitting 76/X160 Hose fitting 102/X160 Hose fitting 152/X160 Cyclone top

2045 2046 2056 3007 3031 3045

Ø 76

3007

Ø 76 Pipe L=100 mm

7419

2056 2046

Ø108

Ø159 7436

3031

3045

3300

742301

2011 2033

7420

7421

7437

2010 2045

7438

Optional accessories: Bottom grate, drain valve, tip sensor and level sensor, can be specially ordered.

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Pre Separators

Basis for price query on a container Containers from Dustcontrol AB fills these norms: SMS 3020, DIN 30 722 and ISO 12944 Surface treatment LIFTDUMPER Size (total volume): 3

3

3

3

3

4m 6m 8m 10 m 12 m Remember that the used volume most likely gets 60-70% of the total volume. Company that takes care of the delivery: Name:

Phone:

If there is any special requirements: Max width outside:

Max height:

Max length:

Material:

Volume weight:

(standard 1700 mm)

kg/m

Suction connection (in- and outlet) Normally the containers is equipped with a connection that fits with tube X160). Tube and connection socket is not included. standard – 1 inlet, 1 outlet

multiple inlets, quantity

76,

102 or

3

152 (connection

Connection from above direct from the separator.

Surface treatment As default the container is painted with 2x primer and surface blue, C3. The container is delivered unwrapped, which could convey some minor lacquer damage on delivery. Inside

Outside

C3

C4

Corrosive class

Environment corrosive

C3

Moderate

C4

High

C3

C4

Some examples of the typical environments in the temperate climate zone. Outdoor

Indoor

Atmospheres with a certain amount of salt or moderate amount of air pollution. City area or easy industrialized areas. Areas that have some influence from the coast. Atmospheres with a moderate amount of salt or large amounts of air pollution. Industrial or coast areas.

Spaces with moderate moisture and a fair amount of air pollution from productionprocesses, e.g. breweries, dairies or laundries. Spaces with high moisture and a large amount of air pollution from productionprocesses, e.g. chemical industrial or poolhouses.

Accessories Steering

Connection from above to connections ”tos” 741401

rail

Throw-in hatch 350 3

Level sensor */

Controller contact on container at position (gives Wheels signal to steering-system).

Load changer is only constructed for 12m and above. Load changer only on inquiry. 1/

2/

*/ Ultra sonic + pipe for cable, 3/ routing to mounting plate for electrical connection.

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Tubing System

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Tubing System

7

Tubing System The tubing system transports the material from the point of collection to the central unit. Dust is generally abrasive, some more than others, therefore the standard material thickness of the tubing system is 1.5 mm. Applications with fume and light dust use reinforced spiral duct. Stainless tubing systems and extra abrasion resistant fittings are available. Dustcontrol has a very comprehensive assortment of tubing fittings and installation hardware. This gives greater flexibility in design and installation of our tubing systems. Our mechanical jointing system makes alterations and additions very easy to implement.

Transport of

Air Flow

dust, coarse and heavy material 20–40 m/s

(100–260 300–600 600–1200 1200–2600

m3/h m3/h m3/h m3/h

Ø 50) *) Ø 76 Ø 108 Ø 159

fume, vapour and clean air 12–20 m/s

180–320 320–550

m3/h m3/h

Ø 76 Ø 100

370–620 510–850

m3/h m3/h

Ø 108 Ø 125

Elastomer Tubing System An effective tubing system has to meet certain requirements. Constant transport velocity in the tubing at different loads is one requirement. Correct transport velocity is another. When the velocity is too low, the material will cause a blockage. When the velocity is to high, this will lead to unnecessary wear and loss of energy. Dustcontrol’s competent staff can dimension a system to your needs. When transporting material in a tubing system turbulent flow will cause noise. Material particles impact the hard tubing walls. Using an elastomer (EPDM- and NBR-rubber) in bends, branch pipes and mounting brackets moderates the sound considerably. Bends and branch pipes are designed to withstand high negative pressure. The bends are designed with a radial ridge to spread the impact area of the mateial thereby reducing wear and minimizing the risk of blockage. Every elastomer bend and branch pipe are designed with a plugged hole, that can be used for measuring and inspection.

Tube Dimension

840–1400 m3/h

Ø 159/Ø 160

1300–2200 m3/h

Ø 200

2100–3500 m3/h

Ø 250

Steel Tubing Reinforced Spiral Tubing Steel Tubing Reinforced Spiral Tubing Steel Tubing/ Reinforced Spiral Tubing Reinforced Spiral Tubing Reinforced Spiral Tubing

*) on most systems, 76 mm should be selected as the smallest tube diameter. Only systems where a small air-flow is desired or installation is more easily facilitated should 50 mm be used.

Installation Example 300911

300311

The advantages with the elastomer tubing system are: – Low noise – Blockage risk reduced – Reduced wear

300911

3323

300311 3305 3310

Tubing System Details

3077

Cones, branch pipes and bends are manufactured in EPDM- and NBR- rubber. The components are abrasion resistant and sound absorbing.

3311

Steel Tubing Our standard tubing system is of zinc coated carbon steel tubing and is used on 90 % of all Dustcontrol installations. Heavy wall thickness results in long life even in installations where considerable abrasion is present. Stainless Steel Tubing Stainless tubing is used with abrasive materials or because of hygienic considerations. When installed in material transportation, long radius bends should be used.

Reinforced Spiro Tubing Spiro tubing is used most commonly for the connection of the central unit components, vacuum producer, filter unit and pre-separator. Spiro is not generally suitable for application with coarse and abrasive material but is commonly used in extraction systems for vapour, fume and light dust. Mounting Hardware Dustcontrol has a complete range of mounting hardware facilitating straightforward installation as well as changes.

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Tubing System

Steel - Tubing system

The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.

The Dustcontrol pipes are plated steel tubes. The material density gives the pipes a long life. Tubing Ø

t

l

Part No

Desc.

Ø

l (m)

t

m (kg/m)

3071

0 50

50,8

3

1.5

1.8

3340**

0 50

50,8

0.135

1.5

1.8

3004*

0 76

76

3

1.5

2.6

3341**

0 76

76

0.135

1.5

2.6

3039*

0 108

108

3

2.0

3.9

3342**

0 108

108

0.135

1.5

3.9

3060

0 159

159

3

1.5

7.7

)

* Full handle of 6 m lengths: 0 76 - Part No 3278 (totally:144m); 0 108 - Part No 3279 (totally:114m) **) Tube stub required when mounting a 45 bend directly to a branch pipe

Bend 90o d t

h

r

Bend 90o, extended

b

d t

h

r

Bend 45°

b

r

d

l

Split pipe

Y-Pipe l

h

Ø

Part No

Desc.

Ø

r

b

h

t

m (kg)

3310

0 50

50,8

120

75

220

1.5

0.6

3309

0 50

50,8

85

75

185

1.5

0.3

3117

0 50

50,8

50

115

1.5

0.3

3118

0 76

76

65

150

1,5

0,6

3311

0 76

76

160

180

313

1.5

1.3

3005

0 76

76

175

213

2.9

1.45

3319

0 108

108

160

165

380

2.0

3.0

3061

0 159

159

375

455

4.5

10.1

Part No.

Desc.

Ø

r

b

t

m (kg)

3169

0 76

76

175

150

2.9

3.0

3165

0 108

108

250

150

3.6

6,5

3161

0 159

159

375

150

4.5

15.3

Part No

Desc.

Ø

r

l

t

3317

0 76

76

160

333

1.5

3009

0 76

76

175

78

2.9

3321

0 108

108

160

433

2.0

3062

0 159

159

375

166.5

4.5

Part No

Desc..

Ø1

d2

c

h

t

m (kg)

3067

0 159/159 159

159

230

458

2.0

6.0

Part No

Desc.

Ø

α

l

h

t

m (kg)

3324

0 50

50,8

90°

150

175

1.5

0.4

3323

0 76

76

90°

190

195

1.5

0.7

3322

0 108

108

90°

235

225

2.0

1.4

3066

0 159

159

180°

850

485

2.0

6.0

85

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7

Tubing System

Steel - Tubing system

The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.

Our standard tubing system is of zinc coated carbon steel tubing and is used on 90 % of all Dustcontrol´s systems. Heavy wall thickness results in long life even with systems where considerable abrasion is present. Part No

Desc.

Ø

α

l

t

3074

0 50

51

45°

170

1.5

3003

0 76

76

45°

245

1.5

3357

0 108

108

45°

267

1.5

3065

0 159/76

159/76

30°

390

2.0

3064

0 159/108 159/108

30°

390

2.0

3063

0 159

159

45°

400

2.0

Part No

Desc.

Ø

r

b

t

m (kg)

3235

0 76

87

175

50

7,0

5,0

3234

0 108

121

250

50

5,5

10,6

Joint Abrasion Resistant Bend

Part No

Desc.

Ø d1

Ø d2

l

m (kg)

3243

0 76

87

76

130

0,5

3244

0 108

121

108

130

0,7

Cone

Part No

Desc.

Ø d1

Ø d2

l

t

m (kg)

3197

0 80/76

76

80

70

2,0

0,2

3030

0 108/76

108

76

95

1.0

0.15

Branch pipe

Abrasion Resistant Bend 90°°

For other dimensions: See also polymer-pipe system - Cone

Pressure Distributor box

Part No

Desc.

Ød

b

l

h

m (kg)

3057

3/2

108

110

650

472

10,0

3058

2/2

108

110

550

315

7,0

End cap for steel tubing

Part No

Desc.

Ød

3172

0 50

50,8

3174

0 76

76

3906

0 108

108

Stainless steel - Tubing system Stainless tubing is used with abrasive materials or due to hygienic considerations. Tubing Ø

t

l

86

Part No

Desc.

Ø

l (m)

t

m (kg/m)

3211

0 50

50,8

3

1,0

1,3

3212*

0 76

76

3

1,0

1,9

3267

0 108

108

3

1,0

5,2

3227

0 159

159

3

1,0

4,0


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Tubing System

The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.

Stainless steel - Tubing system If abrasive material support to stainless steel pipes are used. This can also be used for tubing systems with high hygiene requirements. Bend 90° d t

h

r

Bend 90° extended

b

d

r

Bend 45°

l

h

Ø

Branch pipe

Desc.

Ø

r

b

h

t

m (kg)

3314

0 50

50,8

120

75

220

1,5

0,6

3316

0 76

76

160

180

313

1,5

1,3

3320

0 108

108

160

165

380

2,0

3,0

3262

0 159

159

87

90

260

1,0

1,8

Part No

Desc.

Ø

r

b

t

m (kg)

3266

0 76

76

460

2,0

3,2

3303

0 108

108

800

150

2,0

10,0

Part No

Desc.

Ø

r

l

t

3318

0 76

76

160

333

1,5

3315

0 108

108

160

433

2,0

Part No

Desc.

Ø

α

l

h

t

m (kg)

3331

0 50

50,8

90°

150

175

1,5

0,4

3330

0 76

76

90°

190

195

1,5

0,7

3329

0 108

108

90°

235

225

2,0

1,4

Part No

Desc.

Ø d1

Ø d2

l

α

t

3199

0 76/76

76

76

245

45°

1,5

3358

0 108/108 108

108

267

45°

1,5

t

h

Y-Tubing

Part No

b

7

Reinforced Spiro Tubing

The reinforced spiro tubing system is used to connect the separator and vacuum pump. It is also used in exhaust systems for smoke and light dust. Spiro Tubing

Bend 90°

Part No

Desc.

d

l

t

m (kg/m)

3013

0 100

100

3

0,6

1,8

3123

0 125

125

3

0,6

2,2

3042

0 160

160

3

0,8

3,7

3095

0 200

200

3

0,8

4,7

3090

0 250

250

3

0,8

5,9

Part No

Desc.

d

r

l

m (kg)

3014

0 100

100

100

100

0,4

3124

0 125

125

125

125

0,6

3043

0 160

160

160

160

0,8

3096

0 200

200

200

200

1,5

3091

0 250

250

250

250

2,4

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Tubing System The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.

Reinforced Spiro Tubing

The reinforced spiro tubing system is used to connect the separator and vacuum pump. It is also used in exhaust systems for smoke and light dust. Bend 45°

Bend 30°

Y-Pipe

Branch Pipe

T-Pipe

88

Part No

Desc.

d

r

l

m (kg)

3086

0 100

100

100

43

0,3

3125

0 125

125

125

52

0,4

3089

0 160

160

160

66

0,6

3088

0 200

200

200

83

0,9

3087

0 250

250

250

104

1,3

Part No

Desc.

d

r

l

m (kg)

3024

0 100

100

100

25

0,3

3126

0 125

125

125

33

0,3

3025

0 160

160

160

43

0,5

3026

0 200

200

200

54

0,7

3027

0 250

250

250

67

1,4

Part No

Desc.

d

r

l

M

m (kg)

3127

0 125

125

190

375

190

1,5

3128

0 160

160

240

480

240

2,5

3129

0 200

200

300

600

300

3,8

3130

0 250

250

375

750

375

8,6

Part No

Desc.

d1

d2

l

α

m (kg)

3131

0 100/100

100

100

290

45°

1,3

3132

0 125/100

125

100

290

45°

1,4

3148

0 125/125

125

125

290

45°

1,6

3133

0 160/100

160

100

370

45°

1,6

3134

0 160/125

160

125

370

45°

1,9

3149

0 160/160

160

160

370

45°

2,5

3135

0 200/100

200

100

460

45°

2,2

3136

0 200/125

200

125

460

45°

2,3

3137

0 200/160

200

160

460

45°

2,9

3150

0 200/200

200

200

460

45°

3,5

3138

0 250/160

250

160

575

45°

3,4

3139

0 250/200

250

200

575

45°

4,0

3151

0 250/250

250

250

575

45°

4,6

Part No

Desc.

d

l

M

m (kg)

3051

0 160

160

229

105

0,9


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Tubing System

The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.

Reinforced Spiro Tubing Cone

Socket

Nipple

Clean out Cover

Inline Silencer

3350

TECHNICAL DATA Silencers Absorption dB for mean frequency Hz

Part No

125

250

500 1k

2k

4k

8k

3182 3183 3184 3195 3228 4476 4942

10 8 4 4 2 8 4

18 15 8 8 7 13 8

34 23 21 16 14 25 14

53 40 40 34 26 50 27

30 22 22 35 20 40 25

18 16 14 19 12 21 14

49 31 37 27 21 40 23

Part No

Desc.

d1

d2

l

m (kg)

3054

0 100/80

100

80

18

0,2

3141

0 125/100

125

100

22

0,2

3157

0 125/110

125

110

48

0,3

3028

0 160/100

160

100

37

0,3

3142

0 160/125

160

125

26

0,2

3098

0 200/160

200

160

26

0,3

3093

0 250/200

250

200

32

0,6

3122

0 250/160

250

160

53

0,5

3268

0 250/160

250

160

113

0,6

3269

0 250/200

250

200

92

0,6

Part No

Desc.

d

l

m (kg)

3055

0 100

100

90

0,1

3143

0 125

125

90

0,2

3056

0 160

160

90

0,2

3082

0 200

200

90

0,3

3083

0 250

250

130

0,5

Part No

Desc.

d

m (kg)

3015

0 100

100

0,1

3144

0 125

125

0,2

3044

0 160

160

0,2

3099

0 200

200

0,3

3094

0 250

250

0,5

Part No

Desc..

d

l

m (kg)

3152

0 100

100

40

0,1

3153

0 125

125

40

0,1

3154

0 160

160

40

0,2

3155

0 200

200

40

0,3

3156

0 250

250

40

0,5

Part No

d1

d2

l

m (kg)

3182

160

335

1200

19,8

3183

160

335

600

10,7

3184

160

260

600

6,3

3195

80

180

300

2,2

3350

100

150

250

0,4

4476

100

200

600

4,8

4942

100

200

300

2,6

3228

125

224

300

3,0

Technical Data Silencers - see top of the page.

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Tubing System The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.

Polymer Tubing System An elastomer (EPDM and BR-rubber) used in bends and, branch pipes and mounting brackets lends to a particularly high wear resistance and considerably moderation of the sound level. Dustcontrol´s bends are designed with a patented radial ridge to spread the impact area of the material and thereby reducing the wear and minimizing the risk of blockage. NBR is especially recommended for use with oil and cutting fluids. Bend 45° (complete with joints) r

Part No

Part No

EPDM

NBR

307311**

307312

3343* 300911**

d

300912

3344* 302911**

302912

3345*

l

Cone Ø1

Ø2

l

Joint l t

m (kg/m)

0 50

50,8

150

66

0,5

0 50

50,8

0,135

1,5

1,8

0 76

76

170

79

0,6

0 76

76

170

79

0,6

0 108

108

195

94

0,8

0 108

108

195

94

0,8

Desc.

d1

d2

l

t

NBR

3305**

3325

0 76/50

50,8

76

50

0,1

3306**

3326

0 108/76

76

108

55

0,3

3307**

3327

0 108/100

100

108

35

0,1

3308**

3328

0 159/108

108

159

70

0,7

Part No

Part No

Desc.

d

l

t

m (kg)

EPDM

NBR

3077**

3271

0 50

50,8

65

4,5

0,2

0 50

50,8

65

4,5

0,2

0 76

76

65

5,0

0,3

0 76

76

65

5,0

0,3

0 108

108

65

5,5

0,4

0 108

108

65

5,5

0,4

0 159

159

65

6,5

0,5

0 159

159

65

6,5

0,5

Desc.

d

l

h

m (kg)

0 50

50,8

220

150

0,8

0 50

50,8

220

150

0,8

0 76

76

250

200

1,2

0 76

76

250

200

1,2

0 108

108

300

260

1,6

0 108

108

300

260

1,6

307702* 3272 3273

303102* 3045**

3274

304502* Part No

Part No

EPDM

NBR

307411**

307412

3346* 300311** Ø

r

Part No

3031**

h

l

EPDM

300702*

Branch pipe 45° (complete with joints)

d

Part No

3007**

Ø

Desc.

300312

3347* 303511**

303512

l

3348* * Material EPDM/Stainless Steel ** Antistatic

90

TECHNICAL DATA

EPDM

NBR

Temp °C max/min Antistatic Abrasion resistance UV and Ozone resistance Resistance to fumes Resistance to solvent and oil

140/–60 Yes Very Good Very Good Very Good Poor

120/–60 Yes Good Limited Good Very good


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Tubing System

The measurements are in millimeter if nothing else is given.

Mounting Hardware Part No 3008 3037 3178

Desc. 300 500 1000

L 300 500 1000

t 3 3 3

m (kg) 0,85 1,50 3,00

Part No 3107 3021 3022 3023

Desc. 50 76 110 160

d 51 76 108 159

L 140 210 290 425

m (kg) 0,10 0,10 0,10 0,15

Wall- and Ceiling attachment

Part No 3106 9622

Desc. 270 2000

L 270 2000

t 3 3

m (kg) 0,40 3,00

4

Beam Clamp

Part No 3192 3251

Desc. M8 M10

M M8 M10

5

Threaded Rod

Part No 3017 3250

Desc. HGS8 M10

L 2000 1000

M M8 M10

m (kg/m) 0,35 0,50

Clamping Wrapper

Part No* 3185 3186 3187 3188 3189 3190

d 50 76 110 160 200 250

B 20 20 25 25 25 25

t 1,25 2,0 2,0 3,0 3,0 3,0

m (kg) 0,10 0,15 0,25 0,40 0,55 0,75

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Tube Hanger EPDM Rubber Lined

Part No 3245 3246 3284 3247 3285 3248 3249 3286

d 50 76 101 108 125 160 200 245

B 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 30

t 1,5 1,5 2,0 1,5 2,0 2,0 3,0 3,0

8

Pipe Strap

Part No 3158

L (m) 25

b 25

t 1

m (kg/m) 0,15

9 Part No

L 300 2000 3000

b 41 41 41

h 21 21 21

perforated perforated

a 52,6

b 45,5

t 5,0

1

Brachet

2

Clamping Band

3

* 5 pcs

6

9

Adjusting Track

9 10

10 11

3159 3241 3252

Plate

10 Part No

11

3253

11 Part No

Spring Nut

9601 3289

M M8 M10

Z-Attachment

Part No 3068 3069 Part No 3011

L-Attachment

Part No 3012

Tie-Wrap, Nylon

Part No 9817 9815

L 136 360

Duct Tape, Roll

Part No 9076

L (m) 50

Fastener Set for Mounting

Part No 3198

Two Part Clamp

d Ă&#x2DC; 160 Ă&#x2DC; 200

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Wall- and Ceiling Attachment:

Wall- and Ceiling attachment Part No 42437 Measures: L= 85,4 mm, w= 50 mm, t= 20 mm

3

2

8

8

5 4 6

7

1

1 9 The tubing should be supported on both sides of joints.

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About Work Station Equipment An extraction system is sized for only those outlets which are to be used simultaneously. This is in order to maximize efficiency and minimize the size of the central unit. It must be possible to open and close all outlets. This could be via manual shutter and flap valves or automatically on demand. The Flexpipe can be used for fume extraction, high flexibility and small diameter allow it to be placed very close to the fume source.

Manual Flap Valves

Overhead suspension arrangements such as swing-arms and hose reels can increase the usefulness of the system, increase ergonomics and minimise potential trip hazards from hose left on the floor. When large volumes of material are to be introduced into the system, stainless floor funnels can be used from which the material is then extracted.

Automatic Flap Valves

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Fume Arms and Suspension Arrangements

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Cutter 108

Cutter 108 has been developed for cutting plastic, paper and cardboardstrips and similar materials.The unit is connected to a f108 tubing system and will cut all material in the transport flow into 2–15 cm sized pieces. A rotor with three knives work against one stationary knife. The knives should be serviced at least twice a year at normal operation 8 hours a day. Depending on amount and type of material the knives should be sharpened and adjusted (500–5000 operation hours). The tubing system before and after the Cutter should consist of straight pipes. Because of safety reasons the inlet and outlet pipes should each be at least one metre long. At installation and service the safety considerations should allways be followed. Part No 7357 Exchange rotor Cutter 108 Part No 40677

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TECHNICAL DATA Weight In-/outlet Motor power Rotation speed Voltage

19 kg Ø108 0.75 kW 50 Hz 2800 rpm 220–240/ 360–415

60 Hz 3400 rpm 254–277/ 440–480


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Work Station Equipment

Flap Valves For removable connection of the suction hose to the tubing system. The spring loaded flap is opened manually and the hose cuff is inserted into the valve body. On systems with on demand start-stop, the flap valve should be equipped with a micro-switch. This will give a startstop signal for vacuum producer control.

dmax/D

A

Microswitch

Part No

38/50 mm

X38

No

3232

38/50 mm

X38

Yes

8454

50/50 mm

X50

No

3070

50/50 mm

X50

Yes

8433

50/76 mm

X50

No

3006

50/76 mm

X50

Yes

8272

76/76 mm

X76

No

3237

Flap valve 50/76 with microswitch.

Installation Examples

Flap Valves with micro-switch and attached lead

8455

Part No 8455 Part No 447201

Flap valve 50/76 (X50 connection) with micro-switch c/w 3 m lead and terminal box. Handle to upper valve.

447201

Wall Outlets For removable connection of the suction hose. The suction hose must be equipped with a connecting sleeve. Installed in the wall with an installation kit, these provide a finished, flush mounted outlet valve. The valve body with spring loaded flap is installed after the wall is finished. On systems with on demand start-stop, the wall outlet should be equipped with a micro-switch. This will give a start-stop signal for vacuum producer control.

8 Wall outlets are available with two finishes; peened aluminum or white enamel.

Accessories Part No 3218 Installation set with 90o joint dmax/D

A

Control

Finish

Part No

38/50 mm 38/50 mm 38/50 mm 38/50 mm

X38 X38 X38 X38

--micro-switch --micro-switch

peened aluminum peened aluminum white enamel white enamel

3230 8439 3231 8453

Part No 3219 Installation set with straight joint

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Dimensions, Installation

Clean Room Wall and Floor Outlet The outlet can be used in ”clean room environments”. For removable connection of the suction hose. The spring loaded cover is flush with the floor and can be opened with a special tool, see below. The floor outlet’s connection to the tubing system is a standard NPT 2 ½”/ 3” thread. Connection is prepared then screwed in when the floor covering is installed.

The floor valves must be installed so that the tubing system carries the stress or so that the valve’s body ( A ) is installed on a level subsurface. Floor outlets can be specially ordered with micro-switches.

dmax/G

A

Cover

Part No

50mm/G21/2 76mm/G3

X50 X76

stainless steel stainless steel

3239 3238

U

Accessories

Valve dim.

B

Part No B

C

G21/2 G3

C

40378 40377

7443+7428 7442+7428

D 40201 40201

Floor outlets are available with stainless steel or brass covers.

D G2½ TECHNICAL DATA

Part No

Max point load

Max total load

3238 3239

180 kg 180 kg

360 kg 360 kg

Ø 76

96

G3

Ø 76


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Work Station Equipment

Wall and Floor Outlet , Clean Room The wall and floor outlet is designed to meet the requirement for clean room application. The valve body is antistatic and made of pre-stressed polypropylene. The exposed surfaces of the valve are brushed stainless steel.

322501 84059

The outlet is made for both wall and floor mounting. Cover wall mounting plate and spring replacement are possible without removing and replacing the valve body. Low profile for mounting even in thin wall partitions. Outlet optionally equipped with inductive sensor for auto start - stop. Select cleaning accessories Ø 32 , 38 or 50 mm.

3368 3369

Part No 322501, X38/50 Part No 84059, X38/50 with sensor Part No 3368, X50/76 Part No 3369, X50/76 with sensor

Accessories

Anchor plate

Description

Part No X38/50

Part No X50/76

Wall mounting plate high Rubberbend 90° Ø 50 Straight joint Anchor plate Connector cleanroom 38 outlet O-ring 49,5 * 3 shore 50 nitril

42783 2043 2044 42264 42292 40451

432165 3007 42950 -

For wooden and raised floors

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Hole in wall 85 and 104 mm = X38/50 Hole in wall 104 and 118 mm = X50/76

Wall mounting Inductive sensor (option (optional)

Jo Joint (optional) (o

Anchor plate

For poured concrete floor 3368 3369

Anchor plate p

Wall mounting ounting plate

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Manual Shutter Valves Manual shutter valves are used for stationary machine connection or in cases where a permanent hose connection is desired. By pulling the handle the valve opens. On systems with on demand start-stop, the shutter valve should be equipped with a micro-switch. This will give a start-stop signal for vacuum producer control.

D

Control

Part No

Ø 50 mm Ø 50 mm Ø 76 mm Ø 76 mm Ø 108 mm Ø 160 mm Ø 200 mm*/ Ø 250 mm*/

--micro-switch --micro-switch ---------

805201 809101 804300 809200 808300 8254 8017 8016

*/ Note! Shutter Valve Ø 200 and Ø 250 only for clean air.

Shutter Valve Auto The shutter valve has a stainless steel gate actuated by a pneumatic cylinder. For applications on work stations and in the tubing system. With intermittent start-stop, a pressure switch is installed using a ”T” fitting in the compressed air supply. This provides an electrical start-stop signal to the vacuum producer. For valve position sensing, cylinder switches are optional available

D

Part No

Ø 50 mm

805308

Ø 76 mm

804408

Ø 108 mm

808404

Ø 108 mm

808408 **/

Ø 160 mm

825404

Ø 200 mm*/

807500

Ø 250 mm*/

807800

Solenoid Valve Part No.

V

8088 8054 8026

24 V AC 230 V 24 V DC

*/ Note! Shutter Valve φ200 and φ250 only for clean air and to single step fans (10 kPa max). **/ For demanding environments.

Electrical Shutter Valve When a shutter needs to be electrically controlled, use an automatic shutter valve, as above, in combination with a solenoid valve as shown here. Electrically driven shutter valves can be built for special applications. Note that the speed of the gate will be much slower for an electrical shutter than for a standard shutter.

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76 EL 108 EL 160 EL

V

Part No

230 230 230

804411 808407 825407


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Accessories Shutter Valve Auto and El Installed on pneumatic cylinders to supply electrical signals for start-stop control of vacuum producer. Gives signal when valve is opened. Part No 8047 Pressure Switch

Work Station Equipment

Connection Schematic P 8047

Manual, intermittent start/stop

Required for installation of the 8047 Pressure Switch. Part No 8152 T Fitting Pneumatic Tool

Pneumatic Tool + man

For manual actuation of auto shutters. Part No 8040 Manual Switch ½â&#x20AC;? Air supply, 6 bar

Actuates an auto shutter when installed in compressed air supply to a pneumatic tool. Controls on demand extraction. 8020 should be supported by compressed air according to PNEUROP 6611 CLASS 3. CA supply must be clean and dry, 90 PSI recommended.

8020

Part No 8020 Flow Valve

A separate solenoid is used for example, on stationary machines and in connection with a manual switch. The solenoid is connected pneumatically to the auto shutter. Generally installed in control panel of the subject machine.

Electric Tool

Electric Tool + man

Part No 8026 Solenoid 24 V DC Part No 8054 Solenoid 230 V AC Part No 8088 Solenoid 24 V AC 50/60 Hz

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Auto-start control is used for on demand extraction for electric tools ( max 8 amps on subject tool). The auto-start current sensor closes a relay to give solenoid actuation of an auto shutter. Part No 8196 Auto-start 230 vac Stationary Machine

Stationary Machine, 2

Accessories continued on the next page

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Accessories Shutter Valve Auto and El Connection Schematic Used for automatic control of extraction in induction welding applications. Striking an arc will cause the current sensor to close a relay. In turn the relay causes solenoid actuation of an auto shutter. This control must be supplied with 24 V AC, 0,5 A.

Welding

Welding + man

Part No 8168 Welding Auto-start with current sensor Supply transformer for 8168 Welding Autostart Part No 8029 Transformer 230/24 V AC 4 A

Vacuum Relief Valve 8002

8001

4942

100

The vacuum relief valve bleeds in air at the pre-set relief level and can be installed at the outermost point on a tubing system. The valve will introduce transport air into the system when the pressure in the system exceeds the setting of the vacuum relief valve. Part No 8001 Vacuum Relief Valve ø76 Part No 8002 Vacuum Relief Valve ø108

Accessories Part No 4942 Silencer Ø 100 300/200


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Work Station Equipment

Fume Extraction Arm

Dimensions, Extraction Arm ø76

Extraction arm for welding fume etc. This articulated arm is easily adjusted to the correct working position. The hood is equipped with a 24 V 50 W halogen work lamp and dual switches for lamp and Shutter Valve El control. The 76 mm Extraction arm should always be installed with 1 m of 76 mm hose between the arm and tubing system.

Connection Schematic Extraction Arms Man

Auto 8

ø76 Part No 590102

TECHNICAL DATA

Qnom

pnom

Ø76

400 m3/h

3 kPa

In high pressure systems, the extraction arms may require a restrictive plate to compensate pressure for suitable air flow.

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Flexpipe

Mounting alternatives

Dustcontrol’s Flexpipe is a type of extraction arm for source extraction of welding fume, chemical vapors, wood dust, etc. The flexpipe is a flexible hose that can be placed in practically any orientation desired. Diameter of the Flexpipe is small and it can be used very close to the source without disturbing the work. Extraction is very effective.

Pressure Loss Flexpipe p

kPa

ø50

2,5 2,0

ø76

1,5 1,0

Part No.

7330

7308

7331

7332

Inner Diameter Tubing System Connection Length Air Flow

ø 50

ø 50

ø 76

ø 76

0,5 Q 0 0

joint ø 50 700 mm 80–200 m3/h

joint ø 50 1m 80–200 m3/h

joint ø 76 700 m 200–450 m3/h

joint ø 76 1m 200–450 m3/h

100

200

300

400

In high pressure systems, the flexpipe may require a restrictive plate to compensate pressure for suitable air flow.

Swingarm for Flexpipe The Flexpipe reach can be increased with swingarm installation. The swingarm length is easily adjusted by either cutting the horizontal tube or by replacing it with a longer tube from the standard tubing system, max. 3 m for Ø 50 and max. 4 m for Ø 76. The swingarm may be equipped with suction hose but should not be loaded with anymore than the weight of the hose itself.

5725 5726

Ø 50 Part No 5725 Ø 76 Part No 5726

Dimensions 5726

7331/7332

Pressure Loss Swingarm p

kPa 2,5

ø50

2,0 1,5

ø76

5725 1,0 0,5

Q 0 0

7330/7308

102

3 500 m /h

100

200

300

400

3 500 m /h


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Swingarms

Accessories

Swingarms are used to increase the working envelope without increasing hose lengths. Optionally, tools can be suspended from the swingarm. Part No 5720 Part No 5721 Part No 5722 Part No 5723 Part No 5724

Work Station Equipment

The suspension track is installed on the inner link of the swingarm. Part No 5740 Linear Suspension Track

2.5 m 3.5 m 4.5 m 6m 8m

5740

Dimensions

Mounting Alternatives

Part No 5720 + 5740

Special

Part No 5721 + 5740

Part No 5722 + 5740

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Pressure Loss Swingarm ď &#x201E;p

kPa 3

Part No 5723 + 5740

8 6 4,5 3,5 2,5

2

1 Q 0 0

100

200

300

400

m3/h

Part No 5724 + 5740

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DC Hose Reel DC Hose Reel 38/50 is the second generation of our spring operated hose reel and is a complete redesign. Due to its smooth operation the DC Hose Reel 38/50 is very user friendly. Simply pull down the hose and it locks in the desired position. Pull it again and the hose rewinds to the starting position. The sealed drum guarantees smooth operation and protects the hose from every day wear and tear. The DC Hose Reel 38/50 can be installed either on the ceiling (Part No 7503, 7506) or on the wall (Part No 7504, 7505). DC Hose Reel 38/50 is more sturdy than its predeces-sor and has a longer reach and a wider radius of action due to the extended hose. Hence the sealed drum is not pivotal anymore and mounted in a fixed position instead. Part No 7503 Hose Reel 38 mm, complete, ceiling Part No 7504 Hose Reel 38 mm, complete, wall Part No 7505 Hose Reel 50 mm, complete, wall Part No 7506 Hose Reel 50 mm, complete, ceiling

TECHNICAL DATA

104

38 mm

50 mm

Hose Part No/length, antistatic

2013/8 m/26 ft., Ø 50 mm/2 in. + 2012/2 m/6 ft., Ø 38mm/1.5 in.

2013/10 m Ø 50 mm/2 in.

Connection diameter

Ø 50 mm/2 in.

Ø 50 mm/2 in.

Compressed air supply

min 5 bar (75 psi)

min 5 bar (75 psi)

Recommended air-flow

100-150 m3/h

150-520 m3/h

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Control Systems

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About Control Systems The control system is used for the starting and stopping of the vacuum producer, turbo pump or high pressure fan. They also control filter cleaning and give condition indications. In the system control panels, additional functions can be built in by selecting options. Control systems must be installed by a certified electrician. The control panels conform to electrical protection class IP 54 (IC529). Manufacturing standards conform to EN60204 (IEC204-1), VDE0113A2/381, DIN 57113A2. Main fuses and working disconnects are not included in the control panels.

Dimensions (base configuration) Measure

Height

Width

Depth

1 pump/fan 2.5–11 kW 1 pump/fan 15–22 kW 1 pump/fan 30–37 kW 2 pump/fan 2.5–11 kW 2 pump/fan 15–22 kW 2 pump/fan 30–37 kW 3 pump/fan 2.5–11 kW 3 pump/fan 15–22 kW 3 pump/fan 30–37 kW

600 700 800 800 760 1000 1000 1200 1200

380 500 600 600 760 800 800 800 1000

210 250 250 250 300 300 300 300 300

System Control Panels Select configuration of system control panel by optional additional digits. Example System Control Panel Standard (IP54, painted cabinet) 1 pump 18.5 kW 400 V, 50 Hz Solenoid valves 24 V AC Filter cleaning S 32000: After stop and man Airlock control 160 Clean out/Flush valves 2 pcs. Electronic clock/External signal: No Lighting + power point 230V 6A in cabinet

86  861 8611  86119 861196 861196 861196 861196 861196 861196 861196

     1  15  151  1512 15120  151202

System control panels are always delivered with • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Main switch All condition indications and manoeuvres on display at front PLC-control Motor circuit breaker Function for start and stop of pump/fan with soft start Pulse control for filter cleaning Start from external signal, prepared for intermittent run (10 min stop delay) Manual start on display Timers for filter cleaning and intermittent run can be altered on display Connection of thermal protection (pumps of 11 kW and more) Condition indications and alarms on display Start on demand for lag pumps/fans (panels for 2 and 3 vacuum producers) Signal for shutter valve shutting at start (fans)

All condition indications and manoeuvres on display at front of system control cabinet.

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Control Systems for USA/Canada System Control Panels Base System Control panels are configured with; • • • • • • • • • •

Lockable Main disconnect Fusing on main feed and control fusing LED Indicators Pilot Devices for Operation Direct magnetic motor starter Motor overload protection Pulse control for filter cleaning PLC Control Connection for Turbo pump Thermal KLIXON NEMA 12 Enclosure

Dustcontrol maintains a policy of active development for controls and control systems and recognizes that there are more ”special control” configurations available than basic. The basic panel configuration above is the minimum required for the basic operation of an extraction system. When your requirements, or the requirements of the system, become more complex, we will be there. We can customize a control solution for you, from basic to complex multiple system architectures and everything in-between.

Dustcontrol USA supplied electrical control panels are UL listed and bear the serialized UL mark listing. Dustcontrol Canada supplied electrical control panels are CSA approved and bear the CSA mark.

• Touch Screens Touch Screens can be added to a system control to give the operator more input/output capability. A standard black and white screen can be used to replace indicator lamps and pilot devices and is easily justified on a cost basis. Larger and higher resolution color screens let us program more enhanced feedback for the user and allow the user access to parameters that would not be available from PB’s and indicator lamps. Access to different parameters can be password protected, supervisors can adjust filter cleaning directly, for example.

Some examples of options available: • Reduced Voltage Starters Sometimes referred to as a soft-start. These devices are pre-progammed to give a gradual application of voltage as a motor starts. They usually slow the motor start to 5 or 10 seconds and reduce the current in-rush to the motor. This results in less stress on electrical and mechanical parts and contributes to enhanced reliability of motors, starter components, overloads and the vacuum producer. Let us show you the benefits. • Variable Frequency Drives Commonly referred to as VFD’s or drives. These devices allow us to program and control the behavior of the motor. The available parameters in a VFD let us, not only soft start your vacuum producer, but provide a whole range of operational parameters to make your system smarter. VFD’s can be demand controlled by a PLC to provide vacuum production on demand. Ramp up when the system usage requires it and idle back to save you energy when system utilization is low. As well as the enhanced control, VFD’s provide an un-paralleled degree of feedback for trouble shooting and power quality diagnostics

• Sensors Dustcontrol can use many different types of sensors in the extraction system to inform the control and operators of differing system conditions. • • • • • •

Proximity Sensors - monitor levels in silos. Ultrasonic sensors - monitor filling levels in containers. Temperature sensors - monitor motor, pump and exhaust temp. Flow sensors - control velocity and flow rate. CT Coil - montior current demand on a vacuum producer. Inductive Position Sensors - feedback on an object’s position

• Network Ready Architecture: we can program the PLC to be network ready and have access to the World Wide Web. Web access ads a whole range of possibilities; remote monitoring, remote diagnostics and software upgrades over the web.

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System Control Panel

Starter Starter for manual or microswitch start Part No 8117, 2.5 kW, 400 V Part No 8119, 2.5 kW, 230 V Part No 8132 Starter for microswitch or manual start and function for automatic filter cleaning.

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DC Green System Why not reduce your carbon footprint and at the same time cut your costs?

• Lower power consumption • No micro switches • Higher peak performance • Optimum suction performance at all times • Increased lifetime of the vacuum system

Dustcontrol´s patented DC Green System is a system for the control of vacuum producers that helps to save energy. The DC Green System together with our vacuum producers (radial blowers and turbo pumps), can potentially offer you an energy saving with existing or new Dustcontrol vacuum producers of between 40 and 90 percent. Depending on the number of open outlets, the RPM of the vacuum producer is optimized by the DC Green System, generating just as much vacuum as needed. By using a sophisticated on-demand control with a frequency converter, the maximum performance is also increased compared to a normal system. When no outlets are open the vacuum producer automatically switches to a saving mode. This eliminates the need for electrical microswitches at each work station. Depending on individual cases and the current market price of electricity; payback time for the purchase of the DC Green System is generally between 1-5 years. In summary, lower energy consumption contributes to economic savings, less environmental impact and an increased life span of the equipment. Your Dustcontrol contact can calculate the estimated saving in your case.

DC 11-Module with DC Greensystem 109

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Traditional Vacuum System Part of total working hours

Number of users

Dustcontrol DC Green Systemâ&#x201E;˘ Part of total working hours

Number of users

110


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Selections, DC Green System

CATEGORY 1 Standard

Electrical Supply

0

0

0

0

Extras

Power

3

El. Clock/External signa

Vacuum Producer

1

Shutter valves

E

Discharge

4

Filter Cleaning

1

Voltage Solenoid Valves

1

FILTER CLEANING 1

VACUUM PRODUCER 1 pump

87

Category

Part No

DC Green System

DC Green System for 1 turbopump

S11/21000: After stop, man and during run

3

S32000: After stop, man and during run

6

S34000: After stop, man and during run

9

1 DISCHARGE

POWER

No

0

Airlock 160

1

11 kW

6

Airlock >160

2

15 kW

8

Discharge valve

3

18,5 kW P-pump

9

Auger Compactor

4

22 kW P-pump

A

30 kW P-pump

B

18,5 kW S-pump

D

No

0

22 kW S-pump

E

Clean out valve 1 pcs.

1

30 kW S-pump

F

Clean out valves 2 pcs.

2

Clean out valves 3 pcs.

3

Clean out valves 4 pcs.

4

Shutting off valvel (filter unit)

5

ELECTRICAL SUPPLY 380-480V, 50/60 Hz

E

VOLTAGE SOLENOID VALVES

SHUTTER VALVES

ELECTRONIC CLOCK/EXTERNAL SIGNAL

24 VAC (Standard)

1

No

0

24 VDC

2

Electronic clock weekly, external

1

110 VAC

3

Electronic clock weekly, internal PLC (RTS)

2

230 VAC

4

External alarm signal

3

External operation signal - pump/fun runningt

4

External switch - start requirement

5

EXTRAS No

0

Power point 230V 6A in cabinet

1

Lighting + power point 230V 6A in cabinet

2

2 pressure sensors

3

3 pressure sensors

4

4 pressure sensors

5

9

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Mobile Dust Extractors

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Mobile Dust Extractors

112


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Mobile Dust Extractors

10

113


10

Type of work

Mobile Dust Extractors

• Chipper • Reciprocating Saw • Diamond saw • Hammer Drill • Small die grinders • Circular saw • Depressed centre disc Ø5”/125

• Cutting disc Ø5”/125 • Wall grinder Ø5”/125 • Sanding disc Ø5”/125 • Orbital sander • Cleaning Ø1.5”/38 • General cleaning • Welding, small extraction point

• Descaling tool • Depressed centre • Straight grinder disc Ø7” & 9”/230 • Cutting disc Ø7” & 9”/230 • Circular saw • Chasing disc 2 x Ø6”/150 • Reciprocating Saw • Cleaning Ø2”/50 • Chipping tool • Floor grinding Ø16”–20”/400–500

A Ø1.5”x15’ Ø38 x 5m

Ø1.5”x 6’ +Ø2”x15’ Ø38x2m+Ø50x5m

B Ø1.5”x 6’+Ø2”X15’ Ø38x2m+Ø50x5m

Ø1.5” x 6’ +Ø2” x15’ Ø38x2m+Ø50x5m

Ø2”x 100’ Ø50x30m

System

Ø2” x80’ Ø50x25m

Dust Extractor

DC 1800 DC 2900c DC 2900a DC 2800 H Asbestos

114

DC 3800c turbo DC 3800i DC 3800a DC 3800c DC 3800 TR S DC 3800 Stationary DC 3800c Twin DC 3800c Twin turbo

DC 5900c/a 5 kW/PTFE/10 HP DC 5800 TR DC 11-Module 5.5 kW/10 HP

DC 3800c turbo DC 3800i DC 3800a DC 3800c DC 3800 TR S DC 3800 Stationary DC 3800c Twin DC 3800c Twin turbo

DC 5900c/a 5 kW/PTFE/10 HP DC 5800 TR DC 11-Module 5.5 kW/10 HP


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• Grinding disc Ø12” /300 • Brick saw Ø16” /400 • Suction lance Ø3” /76 • Cleaning Ø2” /50

C Ø2”x50’+Ø3”x165’ Ø50x15m+Ø76x50m

Ø2”x25’ Ø50x7.5m + Preseparator

Ø3”x165’ Ø76x50m + Preseparator

Suction Lance Ø3” 76

Wet vac

D

E

Type of work

• Floor grinding more than Ø 20” /500 • Depressed centre disc Ø12” /300 • Cutting disc Ø12” /300 • Concrete milling tool

Mobile Dust Extractors

Ø3” x 25’ Ø76x7.5m + Preseparator

Ø38 5 m

System

DC 5900c/a 5 kW/PTFE/10 HP DC 5800 TR DC 11-Module 5.5 kW/10 HP

DC 5900c 9.2 kW/18.5 HP S

DC 5900c 9.2 kW/18.5 HP S

DC 25, 50, 75 - W

Dust Extractor

10

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Dust Extractor Selection Advice 1. Capacity/Weight Check the capacity of the unit in relation to its weight and portability. The motor power does not determine capacity, but rather airflow and vacuum generation (cfm/m3/h x inwg/kPa) available to the operator (normally at 40–80 inwg/10-20 kPa). (The lower the unit weight for comparable capacity, the easier the unit will be to move and use.)

2. Material Handling Dust, bulky materials, chips and strips can be collected and transported with vacuum. When the material volume is large, efficient handling saves time and money. Ergonomic handling of the unit and the collected material is also important. The system design should minimize the possibility of dust contamination during collection bag and filter changes. The dust collected in the system should be contained during these activities.

3. Sound Level Even in environments where the sound level is not considered harmful, remember that each additional source increases the overall level. Compare the sound level rating of the unit with measurements from the subject environment. To have a zero net gain, the sound level of the unit should be at least 5 dB(A) below the ambient level.

4. Filtration Choose the filtration system so the unit does not lose capacity after several minutes of use. Dustcontrol dust extractors separate the dust in three inter-related steps: 1. Separation of coarse material in the cyclone – A good quality cyclone has the right characteristics relative to thecapacity of the vacuum producer. Generally, the longer the cyclone, the better. 2. Fine filtration – The fine filter protects the HEPA filter and has a lower replacement cost. To extend the life of the HEPA filter, Dustcontrol recommends that you replace the fine filter frequently. A conical pleated filter cartridge achieves the highest air to cloth ratio of any filter design on the market. The machine should also have a filter condition indicator and an effective filter cleaning system. For some applications, such as concrete floor grinding, you may require a PTFE or Teflon™ coated fine filter. 3. HEPA filtration – Do not compromise your health, very close to 100 % filter efficiency is achievable. When the air is exhausted back into the working environment, a HEPA H13 filter is highly recommended. If elimination of hazardous dust is the target, then why release respirable dust back into the working environment?

5. Suction Casings Dustcontrol developed the source extraction concept 35 years ago! Source extraction is the most effective method for maintaining a clean working environment. A Dustcontrol suction casing captures dust or fume directly at the point of generation. Practically all popular hand power tools can be equipped with a suction casing. Recently, some machine manufacturers have integrated their own suction casings.

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With Dustcontrol’s connecting sleeves, part nos. 2109 (1”/25mm), 2132 (1.25”/32mm) or 2114 (1.5”/38mm), they can connect to Dustcontrol dust extractors. Enjoy dust-free operation of your hand held tools by upgrading to a Dustcontrol dust extractor.

6. Applications Concrete Dust Tough applications, such as concrete grinding, demand a lot from a dust extractor and filter. Since there are high volumes of very fine particulate, you may need a PTFE filter or Teflon™ treated filter. A preseparator is also recommended for large floor grinding machines. The DC 3800 Twin with Teflon™ filter or the DC5800 with PTFE filter are the most suitable dust extractors for this type of work. Fluids All Dustcontrol’s dust extractors can be used for vacuuming nonflammable liquids in small quantities. However, Dustcontrol also offers a dedicated liquid extractor for larger quantities such as concrete coring. Metal Chip/Swarf A steel container is preferred when vacuuming sharp items such as metal chips. All dust extractors can be ordered with a steel container. Hazardous Materials Special precautions must be taken when dealing with hazardous materials such as silica dust and PCB (health hazardous chemicals). First, a machine with at least a HEPA H13 filter is a must. Second, suction casings are needed for your tools to avoid hazardous dust becoming airborne. Third, an additional air-cleaner is required to clean the air in your working environment. Finally, protect yourself with mask, eye-wear, and protective clothing. Explosive Environments Not only liquids or gases can be explosive. Also very fine dust particles mixed with air can be explosive. A tiny spark from a static discharge or a mechanical spark can set off an explosion inside a dust extractor. NFPA 68 as well as other NFPA regulations stipulate certain arrangements, configurations and measures for design of a dust extraction or vacuum cleaning system intended for use with an explosive dust. Dustcontrol can design your system for compliance and foremost, safe operation with respect to these engineering guidlines.

7. The Right Size Two things determine the most suitable dust extractor required for a given application: First, the size of the suction casing/nozzle, combined with the type of operation, determines the required airflow. In turn this influences the choice of a suitable dust extractor, taking into account the filter area and the dimension of the inlet. Second, the longer the hose and tubing-runs, the greater the pressure drop in the system will be. Greater pressure generation is required from the dust extractor when handling large quantities of material (heavy cleaning, suction lance etc.)


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Classification of dust extractors and HEPA filters Dust extractors are used to improve the working environment and to reduce levels of hazardous dust to a minimum. For these reasons it is very critical to have an efficient separation of fine dust in the filter system. In our dust extractors we always operate with a fine filter that will separate the largest amount of dust. But to also capture almost 100 % of the finest - and most dangerous - particles, we always finish off the design with a HEPA H13 filter. To guarantee that the filter complies with relevant environment regulations, some common standards are used. They are described in the following.

The test according to IEC.60335-2-69 consists of two parts. 1. Test of filter system (in our case a fine filter and a HEPA H13 filter). To achieve category H at a separation degree of 99.995 %, 90 % of the test particles must be smaller than 1.0 μm. Our fine filters comply with category M and our HEPA H13 filters with category H. 2. Test of assembled unit - in our case this applies to a complete dust extractor. Here it also requires 99.995 % efficiency, however 10 % of the particles must be smaller than 1.0 μm, 22 % smaller then 2.0 μm and 75 % smaller than 5.0 μm.

Test methods The test methods of current standards for dust extractors and filters are always based on particle counting. By injecting particles before the filter and by monitoring the concentration before and after the filter, the penetration can be calculated (a penetration of 0.1 % is equal to a degree of separation of 99.9 %). The test is executed in several steps by individually examining the filter media, the complete filter cartridge and in some cases, also the complete unit.

The filter systems of Dustcontrol dust extractors are built to comply with the tough IEC machine classification H.

HEPA filters - High Efficiency Particulate Air filters In the classification of HEPA filters, Dustcontrol uses the strict HEPA standard (EN 1822:2009). It is divided into different levels (E10 to H14) depending on filtration efficiency. Dustcontrol applies level H13 which can separate up to 99.95 % of the particles, with a particle size between 0.15 to 0.30 μm. This particle size is used because it is the hardest to separate - both larger and smaller particles are easier to capture in a filter.

Comparing notes • A strand of human hair is approx. 100 μm in diameter. • Particles smaller than 10 μm are not visible by the naked eye. • A particle of tobacco smoke is on average 0.01 to 1.00 μm. • Most bacteria are between 0.35 to 10.0 μm. • Almost all viruses are smaller than 0.03 μm. (μm = micron)

Dust extractors In IEC-60335-2-69 (EN-60335-2-69) dust extractors are classified into three categories – L for low, M for medium and H for high– where the H category is the most severe (Note! do not confuse this “H” with that in HEPA H13). The category required for a specific application is decided on the basis of the permitted maximum concentration for working places (MAK) for that type of dust.

The filter mounting system makes it possible to place a containment bag over the unit during filter changes to minimise the potential for dust release.

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Dustcontrol uses conical pleated filters in all extraction units. A pleated filter has a very large area in relation to it’s physical size. The extraction units can therefore be compact in relation to the filter area they contain. Only original Dustcontrol filters are tested and approved. Use of non-original spare parts will void the Dustcontrol warranty and dust leaks could occur which may be hazardous to the employee’s health. The filters are certified according to current European requirements for dust extraction. This assures that with correct handling, an optimum filtration is achieved. Follow the instructions concerning the handling of filters so that they can be changed without exposure to hazardous dust.

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IEC* standard

STANDARD CLASSIFICATION EFFICIENCY PARTICLE SIZE EXAMPLE DESIGNATION

IEC 60335-2-69

> 1.0 mg/m3

L=

> 99 %

M=

> 99.9 %

H=

> 99.995 %

H asbestos =

> 99.995 %

* IEC: International Electrotechnical Commission

** Part 1: 90 % < 1.0 μm

MAK (Max. Concentration for Workplace)

0.1 - 5.0 μm**

H = 99.995 %

> 0.1 mg/m3 < 0.1 mg/m3 and carcinogenic substances < 0.1 mg/m3 and carcinogenic substances incl asbestos

Part 2: 10 % < 1.0 μm 22 % < 2.0 μm 75 % < 5.0 μm

Classification of HEPA filters - according to EN 1822:1998 NAME

STANDARD DESIGNATION CLASSIFICATION E10 E11 E12 H13

EN 1822-1998 HEPA* DOP**

US IAW MIL-STD 282, 1956)***

EFFICIENCY

PARTICLE SIZE

EXAMPLE

85 % 95 % 99.5 % 99.95 %

MPPS**** between 0.15–0.30 μm

HEPA H13 = 99.95 %

99.97 %

0.30 μm

DOP 99.97 %

* High Efficiency Particle Air filter, ** DOP: Dioctyl Phthalate, *** IAW: The Indications, Analysis, and Warnings Program, **** Most Penetrating Particle Size * IEC: International Electrotechnical Commission

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**Part 1:

90 % < 1.0 μm

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Single-Phase Dust Extractors All the single-phase dust extractors in this chapter are equipped with a fine filter and a HEPA filter (H 13). Filter cleaning is achieved with a reverse air pulse cleaning system which is very effective, done without release of collected dust and the unit does not need to be disassembled. The filter system also allows for ergonomic and dust-free filter changes.

DC 1800 eco – no light-weight but only 10 kg/22 lbs! The DC 1800 is suitable for general cleaning and source extraction from handheld power tools (with up to 5” suction casings) and small table saws. The DC 1800 is small, lightweight and ideal for those that need a highly portable machine that is powerful enough for source extraction. With its low weight, it is easy to carry onto the job site and can be easily stored or rolled under a workbench. The sturdy construction is perfect for the demands of the construction and machine rental industry, but also for anyone that needs a light yet powerful dust extractor. The DC 1800 is equipped with a steel container and a plastic bag is used inside the container. DC 1800 eco Autostart: Connect the subject electric tool to the electrical outlet on unit. Set the selector switch to the AUTO position. The unit will start automatically when the subject tool is started. Part No 101800 230 V, 50 Hz Part No 101820 230 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 101810 115 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 101830 115 V, 60 Hz, US/CAN Part No 101801 230 V, 50 Hz Auto start Part No 1343450C31 230 V, 50 Hz Auto start, UK

A highly portable machine, powerful enough for source extraction and effective vacuum cleaning. DC 1800 eco The DC 1800 is delivered with the following: • Suction hose (Ø 38) 5 m (Part No 2105) • Aluminium floor tool B 370,1.5”/38 mm (Part No 7235) • Chrome steel wand Ø 1.5” /38 mm (Part No 7257) • Plastic sacks (Part No 42291) • Basket for plastic sack (Part No 42369) • Fine filter, cellulose (Part No 42029) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42027)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 1800 eco Weight,lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 115/230 V Power consumption max 115/230 V Sound level

22/10 114/190 84/21/24 1200/1285/1400 W 68 dB(A)

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Antistatic The DC 1800 Antistatic is delivered with the following hose set: • Antistatic hose set Ø 1.5”/38 mm x 15’/ 5 m (Part Nos 2012+2108+2114)

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DC 2900 – A shiny improvement The DC 2900 is our most popular dust extractor. It is suitable for vacuum cleaning and source extraction from handheld power tools (with up to 5” suction casings) and small table saws. The DC 2900 has a sturdy steel chassis with big wheels, but is still lightweight and portable.The DC 2900 can be ordered with a plastic bag (DC 2900c) or with a steel container (DC 2900a). Collection in a steel container makes the DC 2900a ideal for use with sharp items such as metal chips. DC 2900 Autostart: Connect the subject electric tool to the electrical outlet on unit. Set the selector switch to the AUTO position. The unit will start automatically when the subject tool is started. DC 2900a (with barrel) Part No 121000 230 V, 50 Hz Part No 121003 230V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 121013 115 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 121015 115 V, 60 Hz, US/CAN Part No 121100 230 V, 50 Hz, Auto start Part No 121103 230 V, 50 Hz, Auto start,UK

DC 2900a The DC 2900a is delivered with the following: • Antistatic hose set Ø 1.5”/38 mm x15’/5m (Part Nos 2012+2108+2114) • Aluminium floor tool B370” Ø1.5”/ 38 mm (Part No 7235) • Chrome steel wand Ø1.5”/38 mm (Part No 7257) • Container 10.5 gal./40l (Part No 40070) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42028) – HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42027)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 2900a

DC 2900c (with sack) Part No 120000 230 V, 50 Hz Part No 120003 230 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 120013 115 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 120015 115 V, 60 Hz, US/CAN Part No 120100 230 V, 50 Hz, Auto start Part No 120103 230 V, 50 Hz, Auto start,UK

Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 115/230 V Power consumption max115/230 V Sound level

42/19 114/190 84/21/24 1200/1400 W 68 dB(A)

DC 2900c The DC 2900c is delivered with the following: • Suction hose (Ø 38) 5 m (Part No 2105) • Aluminium floor tool B 370 Ø1.5” /38mm (Part No 7235) • Chrome steel wand Ø 1.5”/38 mm (Part No 7257) • Intellibag (Part No 42702) • Fine filter, cellulose (Part No 42029) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42027)

Antistatic DC 2900c The DC 2900c Antistatic is delivered with the following hose set: • Antistatic hose set Ø 1.5”/38 mm x 15’/5m (Part Nos 2012+2108+2114)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 2900c Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 115/230 V Power consumption max115/230 V Sound level

DC 2900a 120

DC 2900c

31/14 114/190 84/21/24 1200/1400 W 68 dB(A)


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DC 2800 H Asbestos The DC 2800 H Asbestos is delivered with the following: • Suction hose (Ø 38), antistatic, 5 m (Part No 2012) • Floor nozzle B 370/38 (Part No 7235) • Suction pipe Ø 38 (Part No 7257) • 5 pcs plastic sacks (Part No 42285) • Fine filter Polyester (Part No 42028) • HEPA H13 filter(Part No 42027) • Inlet plug (Part No 42250)

DC 2800 H Asbestos – Safe asbestos removal The DC 2800 H Asbestos meets the highest demands in some countries and is certified by IFA. Asbestos is a hazardous material that should be removed with caution. The dust extractor is equipped with antistatic hose, a plug for the cyclone inlet, special plastic bags and other safety precautions. Don’t compromise your health when removing Asbestos!

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 2800 H Asbestos Weight Flow at open inlet Neg pressure max, 230 V Power consumption, 230 V Sound level

Part No 121000-2 230 V, 50 Hz Part No 121003-1 230 V, UK Part No 121013-1 115 V, UK

19 kg 190 m3/h 21 kPa 1 000 W 70 dB(A)

DC 3800 H Asbestos

DC 3800 H Asbestos – Big brother for safe asbestos removal

The DC 3800 H Asbestos is delivered with the following: • Suction hose (Ø 50), antistatic, 5 m (Part No 2013) • Floor nozzle 500 A-50 (Part No 7238) • Suction pipe Ø 50 (Part No 7265) • 5 pcs plastic sacks (Part No 42285) • Filter, Polyester (Part No 42025) • HEPA H13 filter(Part No 42024)

The DC 3800 H Asbestos is the big brother of the IFA (formerly BIA/BGIA) certified DC 2800 H Asbestos, and conforms to the stringest safety demands of asbestos sanitation. The dust extractor is equipped with an antistatic hose, a plug for the cyclone inlet and other safety precautions. Even the DC 3800 H Asbestos is certified by IFA for asbestos removal.

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800 H Asbestos Weight Flow at open inlet Neg pressure max, 230 V Power consumption, 230 V Sound level

38 kg 300 m3/h 21 kPa 2 800 W 75 dB(A)

10 Part No 117800 230 V, 50 Hz

IFA 1205024

schadstoffgeprüft pollutant tested

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DC 3800 – Medium sized dust extractor with two motors The DC 3800 is a medium sized dust extractor with an efficient cyclone and twin single-phase motors. The dust extractor is suitable for cleaning and for source extraction from small and medium sized power tools such as grinders, jack hammers, and saws. Thanks to the cyclone, large filter areas and powerful motor package it can handle large amounts of debris. Suitable suction casings are: sanders, grinders and diamond disc casings up to 9”/225 mm as well as rubber boot and bellows for chisel hammers, drills and descaling hammers (part nos. 6078 & 6130). The DC 3800 can be ordered with a plastic bag (DC 3800c) or a steel container (DC 3800a). Collection in a steel container is ideal for sharp materials such as metal chips. The DC 3800 has from the month of April 2009 soft-start installed as standard. Soft-start prevents fuses to trigger. Soft-start makes it possible to connect the machine to a power outlet of 10A with slow fuses. DC 3800a (with container) Part No 1345GK0GB0 230 V, 50 Hz Part No 1345GM0GB0 230 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 13453100B0 115 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 13453200B0 115 V, 60 Hz, US/CAN Part No 1345GL0GB0 230 V, 50 Hz, DK

DC 3800a The DC 3800a is delivered with the following: • Antistatic hose set Ø 2”/50 mm x 15’ /5m. (Part Nos 2013+2107+2129) • Aluminium floor tool B500 Ø2”/ 50 mm, (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • Container 10.5 gal/40l (Part No 40070 • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800a Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 115/230 V Power consumption max 115/230 V Sound level 115/230 V

DC 3800c (with sack) Part No 1315GK06A0 230 V, 50 Hz Part No 1315GM06A0 230 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 13155106A0 115 V, 50 Hz, UK Part No 13155206B0 115 V, 60 Hz, US/CAN Part No 1315G106A0 230 V, 50 Hz, DK

84/38 192/320 84/21/24 2 100 W/2 800 W 75/70 dB(A)

DC 3800c The DC 3800c is delivered as standard with the following: • Suction hose 5 m, Ø 50 (Part No 2401+2129+2107) • Aluminium floor tool B500 Ø2”/ 50 mm (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • 5 plastic sacks (Part No 4314) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025), • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

Part No 13155206B0: Antistatic hose set Ø 2” /50mm x 15’/5m (Part Nos 2013+2107+2129)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800c Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 115/230 V Power consumption max 115/230 V Sound level 115/230 V

DC 3800a

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DC 3800c

77/35 192/320 84/21/24 2 100 W/2 800 W 75/70 dB(A)


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DC 3900 – Tough against dust, friendly to the environment

DC 3900a

Our DC 3900 has been developed with the environment in mind, but without compromising on extraction power and quality. Despite less energy consumption, the motor package is more powerful than before. Enhancements in the production process resulted in an eco-friendly painting process and material choice. The plastic sacks (intelli bag®) are biodegradable. DC 3900 has a robust and adjustable chassis to facilitate the transport. The cyclone is adjustable in two different heights, which makes it possible to equip the machine with both container and plastic sack. The optimized construction simplifies service work, resulting in decreasing costs. The DC 3900 is suitable for all kinds of tasks demanding effective dust extraction, no matter if it is about heavy cleaning on construction sites or source extraction with larger handheld power tools and floor grinding machines. The DC 3900 can be easily adapted to the needs of the customer for tailor-made solutions, thanks to a wide choice of suction casings and other accessories. DC 3900a (with container) Part No 132000 230 V, 50 Hz

eco DESIGN +

intelli bag®

The DC 3900a is delivered with the following: • Antistatic hose set Ø 2”/50 mm x 15’ /5m. (Part Nos 2013+2107+2129) • Aluminium floor tool B500 Ø2”/ 50 mm, (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • Container 10.5 gal/40l (Part No 40070 • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3900a Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 230 V Power consumption max 230 V Sound level

84/38 188/320 84/25 2 600 W 69 dB(A)

DC 3900c

DC 3900c (with sack) Part No 131500 230 V, 50 Hz

The DC 3900c is delivered as standard with the following: • Suction hose 5 m, Ø 50 (Part No 2401+2129+2013) • Aluminium floor tool B500 Ø2”/ 50 mm (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • 5 plastic sacks (Part No 4314) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025), • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3900c Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 230 V Power consumption max 230 V Sound level

77/35 188/320 84/25 2 600 W 69 dB(A)

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DC 3900a

DC 3900c

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DC 3900c Twin eco – With integrated pre-separator The DC 3900c Twin is a portable but very powerful dust extractor suitable for large quantities of dust due to its integrated pre-separator. It is particularly suitable for concrete grinding since 80–90% of the coarse materials are separated in the pre-separator. The remaining dust goes into the filter cyclone. The 3900c Twin is a popular machine since it is powerful enough for most applications yet it can be easily moved and transported. The air flow capacity is suitable for concrete floor grinding machines with diamond discs of up to 500 mm/20” diameter. Part No 132500, 230 V Part No 132501, 115 V, UK

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DC 3900c Twin eco The DC 3900c Twin eco is delivered as standard with the following: • Antistatic hose set Ø 2” /50 mm x 25’/ 9 m (Part Nos 2013, 2129, 2107) • Aluminium floor tool B500 (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2” /50 mm (Part No 7265) • Plastic sacks (Part No 43619) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3900c Twin eco Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h 115/230 V Max vacuum, kPa 115/230 V Power consumption max 115/230 V Sound level 115/230 V

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119/54 135/230-188/320 24/25 2700 W/ 2600 W 69 dB(A)


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DC 3800 Wood shavings extractor The DC 3800 Wood dust separator is suitable for extract wood chips and for source extraction from carpentry machines where there is reguirement of continues operation and high degree of separation. The DC 3800 Wood Shavings Extractor is a robust mobile machine that is very easy to move, eg. it fits easily through standard doors. It is also very service friendly.

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DC 3800 Wood shavings extractor The DC 3800 Wood dust separator is delivered as standard with the following: • Antistatic hose set 23’ /7.5m Ø 2”/ 50 mm (Part No 2013, 2129, 2107) • Aluminium floor nozzle B500” Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • Plastic sacks (Part No 4714) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024

Part No 118400 230 V, 50 Hz Part No 2173 Hose set

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800 Wood shavings extractor Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa• Motor Nameplate Container Sound level

DC 4000 PCB - meet the demands for PCB decontamination The DC 4000 PCB is developed to meet the demands for PCB decontamination. According to professional standards in Sweden, the vacuum cleaner must have an airflow 370 m3/h and three-stage separation with a HEPA filter class H13, when decontaminating PCB. The DC 4000 PCB produce 400 m3/h and removes dust in three stages. The first separation occurs in the unit’s cyclone, which is a very efficient separation of all the coarser dust. The finer dust is separated in the unit’s filter cartridges, and then the HEPA 13 filter takes care of the rest of the dust. Filter cleaning by reverse airpulse provides long filter life on the fine filter and constant capacity. Always use a dust collection nozzle connected to the vacuum cleaner and the removal tools used during the decontaminationprocedure. To achieve the best efficiency: capture directly at the source. We manufacture suction casings to the most frequent tools.

82/37 192/320 24 2 800 W 90 l 70 dB(A)

DC 4000 PCB The DC 4000c PCB is delivered as standard with the following: • Antistatic hose set 23’ /7.5m Ø 2”/ 50 mm (Part No 2013, 2101) • Aluminium floor nozzle B500” Ø 2”/50 mm. (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • Plastic sacks (Part No 42285) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025A) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 4000 PCB Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa (115/230 V) Motor Nameplate (115/230 V) Sound level (115/230 V)

126/57 240/400 84/21/24 2.8 kW 70 dB(A)

Part No 113800 230 V, 50 Hz, 2.8 kW

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p (kPa) 40

35

30

25

1

DC 1800

2

DC 2900a

3

DC 2900c

4

DC 2800 H Asbestos

5

DC 3800a/3900a

6

DC 3800c/3900c

7

DC 3900c Twin

8

DC 3800 Wood shavings extractor

9

DC 3800 H Asbestos

20

9

10

DC 4000 PCB

15

1

8

1200 W

2

10

10 3

1400 W 5

4

2100 W

6

5

2800 W

7

0 0

60/100

120/200

180/300

240/400

300/500

360/600

420/70

480/800 Q cfm/m3/h

TECHNICAL DATA

DC 1800

DC 2900a/c

DC 2800 H Asbest

DC 3800 H Asbest

DC 3800a/c

DC 3900a/c

DC 3900c Twin

DC 3800 Wood DC 4000 PCB shavings extractor

H x W x L, in/cm

30 x 15 x 15/74 x 38 x 38

45 x 18 x 24/114 x 44 x 60 - 42 x 17 x 21/107 x 42 x 51

42 x 17 x 22/ 106 x 44 x 55

54 x 24 x 28/ 138 x 60 x 70

58 x 24 x 28/145 x 60 x 70 - 54 x 24 x 28/138 x 60 x 70

48×24×30/122 x 60 x 75

48 x 24 x 30/122 x 60 x 75

14.8 x 24 x 28/37.5 x 60 x 70

58 x 26 x 28/145 x 65 x 70

Weight

22 lbs/10 kg

42/31 lbs/19/14 kg

42 lbs/19 kg

84 lbs/38 kg

84/77 lbs/38/35 kg

84/77 lbs/38/35 kg

119 lbs/54 kg

81.6 lbs/37 kg

126 lbs/57 kg

Inlet, (nom.)

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 2”/50 mm

Ø 3”/76 mm

Hose length max recommended

15’/5 m (Ø 1.5”/38 mm)

15’ /5 m (Ø 1.5”/38 mm)

15’ /5 m (Ø 1.5”/38 mm)

15’ /5 m (Ø 1.5”/38 mm)

15’-30’/5 -10 m (Ø 2”/50 mm)

16.4/5 m (Ø 2”/50 mm)

15’/5 m (Ø 2”/50 mm)

15’/5 m (Ø 2”/50 mm)

15’-30’/5 -10 m (Ø 3”/76 mm)

Max flow, cfm/m3/h 115/230 V

114/190

114/190

114/190

180/300

188/320

188/320

135/230 - 188/320

188/320

240/400

Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 115/230 V

84/21/24

84/21/24

84/24 kPa

84/21 kPa

84/21/24

84/25

84/24/25

84/24

84/21/24

Motor power/Nameplate 115/230 V

1 200/1 400 W

1 200/1 400 W

1 000 W

2 800 W

2 100 W/2 800 W

2 600 W (230 V)

2 700 W/2 600 W

2 100 W/2 800 W

2 100 W/2 800 W

19.5/1.8

19.5/1.8

38.7/3.6

AUTO: Power consumtion connected tool */ min 200 W • 230 V/10 A

1 200 W

1 200 W

-

-

-

-

• 230 V/16 A

2 200 W

2 200 W

-

-

-

-

• 120 V/20 A

1 200 W

1 200 W

-

-

-

-

Fine Filter area, ft 2 /m 2

16.2/1.5

16.2/1.5

16.2/1.4

19.5/1.8

19.5/1.8

19.5/1.8

Filtration Efficiency, Fine Filter • EN 60335-2-69, Class M

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

HEPA Filter area, ft 2 /m 2

9.2/0.85

9.2/0.85

9.2/0.85

-

16.2/1.5

16.2/1.5

16.2/1.5

16.2/1.5

32.2/3

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

Filtration Efficiency • HEPA Filter EN 1822-1 • EN 60335-2-69, Class H

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

Collection container/sack

4 gal/15 l

10.5 gal/40 l(a)/5 gal/20 l(c)

10.5 gal/40 l

10.5 gal/40 l

10.5 gal/40 l(a)/5 gal/20 l(c)

10.5 gal/40 l

2 x 10.5 gal/2 x 40 l

23.8 gal/90 l

10.5 gal/40 l(a)/5 gal/20 l(c)

Sound Level 115/230 V

68 dB(A)

68 dB(A)

70 dB(A

75 dB(A)

75/70 dB(A)

69 dB(A)

69 dB(A)

70 dB(A)

70 dB(A

*/Always check with local regulations.

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Three-Phase Dust Extractors Our three-phase machines are used for heavy materials where higher vacuum generation is required. The vacuum producer is a turbo pump, directly driven by a three-phase motor. Our dependable turbo pump units have minimal service requirements and long service life. The performance characteristic of the turbo pump is well suited for heavy cleaning and material transportation. The turbo pump generates more vacuum as the resistance increases.

DC 3800c Turbo

DC 3800c Turbo – The professional dust extractor for continous operation The DC 3800c Turbo is a medium sized dust extractor that has a tall cyclone and a three-phase motor. This dust extractor is suitable for longer hoses (up to 65’/20 m), heavy cleaning (1.5”/38 mm accessories) and for source extraction from medium sized power tools such as grinders, jack hammers, and saws. Thanks to the tall cyclone, large filters and powerful motor package, it can handle large amounts of debris. Suitable casings are: sanding, grinding and diamond disc casings up to 9”/225 mm as well as rubber suction bellows for chisel hammers, drills and de-scaling hammer. (Part Nos 6078 & 6130). Part No 13156A06K0 400 V, 50 Hz, 2.2 kW Part No 13156P06J0 230/460 V, 60 Hz, 4 HP US/CAN Part No 13156G06J0 600 V, 60 Hz, 4 HP CAN

The DC 3800c Turbo is delivered as standard with the following: • 13156A06K0 ; Hose set total 7 m (5 m Ø 50 and 2 m Ø 38) (Part No 2125) • 13156P06J0, 13156G06J0; Antistatic hose set total 23’/7 m (Ø 1.5” x 6’ + Ø 2” x17’ / Ø 38 mm x 2 m + Ø 50 mm x 5 m) (Part No 2126) • Aluminium floor tool B450, Ø 1.5”/38 mm (Part No 7236) • Chrome steel wand Ø1.5”/38 mm (Part No 7257) • 5 plastic sacks (Part No 4314) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025) • HEPA H13 filter (Part Nr 42024)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800c Turbo Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa Motor Nameplate Sound level

137/62 156/260 120/30 2.2 kW/ 4 HP 75 dB(A)

A well balanced machine for very easy handling

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DC 3800c Twin Turbo – 3-phase dependability in a portable package The DC 3800c Twin Turbo is a portable but very powerful dust extractor suitable for large quantities of dust due to its integrated pre-separator. It is particularly suitable for long hoses (up to 65’/20 m) and heavy concrete grinding. Up to 80-90% of the coarse material is separated in the preseparator and the remaining dust enters the filter cyclone. Part No 13D56A06G0 400 V, 50 Hz, 2,2 kW Part No 13D5BC06G0 230/460 V, 60 Hz, 4 HP US/CAN Part No 13D5BG06G0 600 V, 60 Hz, 4 HP CAN

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DC 3800c Twin Turbo The DC 3800c Twin and the DC 3800c Twin Turbo is delivered as standard with the following: • Antistatic hose set 23’ /7,5m Ø 2”/ 50 mm (Part Nos 2013, 2129, 2107) • Aluminium floor nozzle B500” Ø 2”/50 mm. (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • Plastic sacks (Part No 4314) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800c Twin Turbo Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa (115/230 V) Motor Nameplate (115/230 V) Sound level (115/230 V)

DC 5900 – A powerful dust extractor All DC 5900’s are very powerful and dependable portable dust extractors. These units are built on a robust and sturdy steel chassis for maximum durability on construction sites. With a direct driven three-phase turbo pump, the DC 5800/5900 is suitable for continuous operation, heavy material transport, source extraction and cleaning. The DC 5800/5900 will give sufficient airflow for several users at the same time and it can also be used as a semi-mobile central unit on a tubing system. It is suitable for source extraction with grinding disks up to 30”/750 mm in diameter.

DC 5900a/c 4 kW/10 HP– Get rid of large quantites of dust The standard DC 5900c 4 kW/10 HP is used for big hand held power tools and heavy duty cleaning on construction sites. The dust extractor is suitable for two smaller handheld power tools or one larger tool, such as a floor grinder, with a disk of up to 30”/750 mm. The DC 5900a 4 kW/10 HP is similar to the DC 5900c 4 kW/10 HP except that it is equipped with a steel container. DC 5900a Part No 119302 400 V, 50 Hz, 4 kW Part No 119309 460 V 60 Hz, 10 HP USA/CAN Part No 119310 600 V 60 Hz, 10 HP CAN DC 5900c Part No 119300 400 V 50 Hz, 4 kW Part No 119307 460 V 60 Hz, 10 HP USA/CAN Part No 119308 600 V 60 Hz, 10 HP CAN 128

179/81 156 /260 120/30 2.2 kW/4 HP 75 dB(A)

DC 5900a The DC 5900a 4 kW is delivered as standard with the following: • Antistatic hose set 23’/7 m Ø 2” /50 mm (Part Nos 2013 +2008+2129) • Aluminium floor tool B500 Ø 2” / 50 mm (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2” /50 mm (Part No 7265) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42807) • Fine filter polyester(Part No 429204)

DC 5900c The DC 5900c 4 kW (10 HP) is delivered as standard with the following: • 4 kW: 7.5 m suction hose Ø 50 (Part No 2401 + 2008 + 2107) • 10 HP: Antistatic hose set 23’/7 m Ø 2” /50 mm (Part No 2013 + 2008 + 2107) • Aluminium floor tool B500 Ø 2” / 50 mm (Part No 7238) • Chrome steel wand Ø 2” /50 mm (Part No 7265) • Intellibag (Part no 46145) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42869) • Fine filter polyester (Part No 429204)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 5900a/c Weight, lbs/kg Max Q, cfm/m3/h Max vacuum, inwg/kPa Motor Nameplate Sound level

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DC 5900a/c 9.2 kW P – Ideal for semi-mobile systems with many extraction points The DC 5900a/c 9.2 kW P generates an extremely large amount of air flow and is therefore optimal for many extraction points. It is generally used in semi-mobile extraction systems where the machine is conveniently placed in a central location and connected to a hose or tubing system. Maximum efficiency is maintained with up to four simultaneous users. Part No 119301 400 V, 50 Hz, 9.2 kW - DC 5900c Part No 119305 400 V, 50 Hz, 9.2 kW - DC 5900a

DC 5900c 9.2 kW P The DC 5900c 9.2 kW P is delivered as standard with the following: • Intellibag (Part No 46145) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42807) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 4292)

DC 5900 PTFE – Perfect for concrete grinding The DC 5900 PTFE is a joint development project together with a market leading concrete floor grinding machine manufacturer. It is especially suited to managing the large volumes of concrete dust generated during floor grinding. The machine is equipped with a pleated PTFE filter cartridge (Teflon™ filter) with a large filter area (54 ft2/5 m2) to maximize airflow. The PTFE material reduces the tendancy of the fine dust to adhere to the filter. As a result, it allows continuous operation of today’s highly efficient concrete floor grinders. Floor grinding is definitely one of the toughest applications for a construction dust extractor. This means that high demands are made on the filters and the equipment used to collect the dust. The DC 5900a PTFE and DC 5900c PTFE models provide optimal performance with concrete grinding discs of up to 40”/1000 mm. The DC 5900a is equipped with a 20 gal/75 l steel container, while the DC 5900c PTFE has a plastic sack. Dustcontrol strongly recommends the use of a pre-separator for maximum efficiency in floor grinding applications Part No 119306 DC 5900a PTFE 400 V, 50 Hz, 4 kW* Part No 119304 DC 5900c PTFE 400 V, 50 Hz, 4 kW** Part No 119311 DC 5900c PTFE 400 V, 50 Hz, 9.2 kW**

DC 5900a/c PTFE The DC 5900a/c PTFE 4 kW/10 HP is delivered as standard with the following: • Antistatic hose set 25’/7.5 m Ø 2” / 50 mm (Part Nos 2013 + 2008 + 2107) • Aluminium floor tool B500 Ø 2”/ 50 mm (Part No 7238 • Chrome steel wand Ø 2”/50 mm (Part No 7265) • For DC 5900c: Intellibag, (Part No 46145) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42807) • Fine filter polyester PTFE Tefloncoated (Part No 429203)

** 75 l container, Part No 7368 ** 60 l sack

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Capacity

p (kPa) 40

35

1

DC 3800c Turbo

2

DC 3800c Twin Turbo

3

DC 5900a/c, 4 kW/10 HP

4

DC 5900c, 9.2 kW/15 HP P

5

DC 5900 PTFE

30

25

20

4

5

15

1 3

2 10

5

0 0

60/100

120/200

180/300

240/400

300/500

360/600

420/700

480/800 Q cfm/m3/h

TECHNICAL DATA

DC 3800c Turbo

DC 3800 Twin Turbo DC 5900a 5 kW/10 HP DC 5900c 5 kW/10 HP

DC 5900c 9.2 kW/ 15 HP P

DC 5900 PTFE

H x W x L, in/cm

58x24x39/145x60x97

56x2639/140x60x97

76x31x46/194x78x116

76x 31x 46/194x78x116

76x31x 46/194x78x116

76x31x 46/194x78x116

Weight, lbs/kg

137/62

179/81

388/176

388/176

ca 465/210

ca 395/180

Inlet, (nom)

X 2”/50 mm

X 2”/50 mm

Ø 3”/76 mm

Ø 3”/76 mm

Ø 4.25”/108 mm

Ø 3”/76 mm

Max hose rec’d, Ø 2”/50 mm

15’–50’/5 - 15 m

15’–60’/5 - 20 m

15’–100’/5 - 30 m

15’–100’/5 - 30 m

15’–100’/5 - 30 m

15’–100’/5 - 30 m

Max Q, cfm/ m3/h

156/260

156/260

277/470

277/470

480/800

277/470

Max vacuum, inwg/kPa

120/30

120/30

112/28

112/28

96/24

112/28

Motor Nameplate

2.5 kW/4 HP

2.5 kW/4 HP

4 kW/10 HP

4 kW/10 HP

9.2 kW/15 HP

4 kW/10 HP

Fine Filter area, ft 2 /m 2

19.5/1.8

19.5/1.8

90.4/8.4

90.4/8.4

90.4/8.4

53.8/5

Filtration efficiency Fine Filter

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

99.9 %

16.2/1.5

16.2/1.5

25.8/2.4

25.8/2.4

39.8/3.7

25.8/2.4

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

HEPA H13

- EN 60335-2-69, Class M Filter area HEPA, ft 2 /m 2 Filtration efficiency HEPA Filter - EN 1822-1 - EN 60335-2-69, Class H

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

Collecting Volume

10.5 gal/40 l

2 x 10.5 gal/40 l

19.5 gal/75 l

15.5 gal/60 l

15.5 gal/60 l

15.5/19.5 gal/60 l/75 l

Sound level (115/230 V)

75/70 dB(A)

75 dB(A)

75 dB(A)

75 dB(A)

75 dB(A)

75 dB(A)

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DC 5900 Semi Mobile System The DC 5900c can be docked on a temporary or permanent tubing system installed in the work area with flap valve connection points for the users. This diagram shows the concept of the system.

3005 Ø76

8178

817701 3m

3003 Ø76/76

4016 Ø76

3030 Ø108/76

2001 Ø76

3007 Ø76

2008 Ø76/50

2401 Ø50

2107 Ø50/50

3039 Ø108

DC 5900c, 9.2 kW PTFE DC F Mobile DC F Wheelbarrow Suction hose Ø108 Branch pipe Ø108/76 Joint Ø108 Steel pipe Ø108 Cone Ø108/76 Joint Ø76 Branch pipe Ø76/76 Steel pipe Ø76 Bend 90º Ø76 End cap Ø76 Suction hose Ø76 Intermediate sleeve Ø76/50 Suction hose Ø50 Coupling socket Ø50/50 Rubber plug Ø76 Startbox Electric cable 10 m Electric cable 3m

3004 Ø76

119311 7010 7130 2030 3036 3031 3039 3030 3007 3003 3004 3005 3174 2001 2100 2401 2107 4016 8178 8177 817701

3174 Ø76

DC F Wheelbarrow

2001 Ø76

2107 Ø50/50

2008 Ø76/50

3031 Ø108 3036 Ø108 /76 2401 Ø50

8177 10 m

DC F Mobile 2030 Ø108

Branch Pipe Package for Semi Mobile System One package is used for each floor. The package does not include electric cables and startbox for vacuum producers without DC Green System (separate purchase).

DC 5900c 9.2 kW/12.5 PTFE DC 5800c 9.2 kW PHP PTFE The hose and branchpipe package consist of:

Part No 3353

10

1 Rubber plug with chain

4016 2001 2 Joints 76, remove rubber 3007 * 5D074728 1 Hose 76 L=2500 ring 2 Pipes D76*135 1 Spacer D15/8X10 1 Screw 1 Lock M6 1 Branch pipe 45° Ø 76 1 Flap valve 50/76

3341 * 5D074930 42154 M6S 6*X55 42436 *5D074724 300311 *5D064507 3006 *6C993039

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I-Line – Quiet and Powerful In some industrial applications, a portable dust extractor is preferred over a stationary system. In these industrial settings where additional sound can be a detriment or health hazard, a quiet unit is desirable. Dustcontrol’s I-line units are best suited as portable indoor vacuum units since the vacuum producer is effectively sound insulated. The I-line dust extractors can be ”docked” to a permanent or temporary tubing system or a separate can be used at each workstation. Ideally these units are used for source extraction with handheld

power tools, but can also be used for heavy cleaning, such as metal chips. The vacuum producer is a turbo pump directly driven by a three-phase motor, providing reliability, long life and minimal service requirements. The characteristics of the turbo pump are well suited for heavy cleaning and material transport - the greater the resistance, the more vacuum generated.

DC 3800i

DC 3800i – Silent dust extractor for continous operation

The DC 3800i is delivered with: • Part No 13556A05K0: Suction hose 7 m (5 m Ø 50 and 2 m Ø 38, standard) (Part No 2125) • Part No 117206: Antistatic hose set total 23’/7 m (Ø 1.5” x 6’ + Ø 2” x17’/ Ø 38 mm x 2 m + Ø 50 mm x 5 m) (Part Nos 2126 +2107 + 2114) • Aluminium floor tool B 450, Ø1.5”/ 38 mm (Part No 7236) • Chrome steel wand Ø1.5”/38 mm (Part No 7257) • Chrome steel flat nozzle Ø1.5”/ 38 mm, L=16”/400 mm (Part No 7213) • Suction brush Ø1.5”/Ø38 (Part No 7278) • Hand pipe Ø1.5”Ø38 (Part No 7035) • Container 10.5 gal/40 l (Part No 40070) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42025)

The DC 3800i combines central system performance with the flexibility of a portable machine. It is used with Ø 1.5”/38 mm accessories for heavier applications such as lathes and milling machines that generate large volumes of particles and chips. It is suitable for welding, metal chip, aluminum chips, swarf, material transport and cleaning. Part No 13556A05K0 230/400 V, 50 Hz, 2,2 kW Part No 117206 230/460 V, 60 Hz, 4,0 HP USA/CAN

Capacity

p (kPa)

30

1

DC 3800i

25

20

15

1

10

5

TECHNICAL DATA

DC 3800i

H x W x L , in/cm Weight , lbs/kg Inlet , (nom) Hose length max reccommended Max vacuum, inwg/kPa Max Q, cfm/ m3/h Motor Nameplate Fine Filter area, ft 2 /m 2 Filter efficiency (EN 60335-2-69, Class M) Collection container volume Sound level

59x 27x 44/147x66x110 190/86 Ø 2”/50 mm 15’–90’ (Ø 2”)/5 - 30 m (50 mm) 120/30 156 /260 2.2 kW/4 HP 19.5/1.8

10

99.9 % 10.5 gal/ 40 l 60 dB(A)

0 0

60/100

120/200

180/300

Q cfm/ m3/h

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EX-Line The EX-line is specially designed for industries where there is a risk of explosion and also high demands for clean production, such as the wood, food production and electronics industries. The machines fulfil the requirements of the ATEX Zone 22 directive 1999/92 ATEX 137. Cleaning accessories from Dustcontrol are also available to meet this standard. Zone 22 is an area where an explosive environment, created by a combustible airborne substances, does not occur in normal operation or only occurs short-term. These machines are equipped with steel containers, earth-bonded parts and antistatic accessories. The machines for non-conducting material are enclosed to IP5X standard. For conductive material, IP6X standard is valid. The machines are virtually maintenance free, and can extract dust in a vast range of applications, such as source extraction when using power tools for grinding, cutting and drilling applications as well as general cleaning. The machines can be used in environments between 0 and +50 degrees Celsius.

DC 1800 EX – Ten kilos of pure working joy in ATEX zone 22 The DC 1800 EX is suitable for general cleaning and source extraction. The DC 1800 is small and lightweight and as such suitable for those that need a highly portable machine that still is powerful enough for source extraction. With its low weight it is easy to carry onto the job site and it can be easily stored or rolled under a workbench. The DC 1800 is equipped with a steel container and a plastic bag can be used inside the container. It is equipped with a brushless motor (for spark-free operation) and is certified to IP5X standard (non conductive dust). Part No 114000 Part No 114001 Part No 114002 Part No 114003

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230 V 230 V, UK 115 V, UK 115 V, US

DC 1800 EX The DC 1800 EX is delivered with the following: • Suction hose (Ø 38) 5 m (Part No 2012) • Floor nozzle (Part No 7235E) • Suction pipe Ø 38 (Part No 7257) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42028) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42027)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 1800 EX Weight Flow at open inlet, 115/230 V Neg pressure 115/230 V Power consumption 115/230 V Sound level

10 kg 210/185 m3/h 30/25 kPa 1500/1300 W 70 dB(A)


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DC 2800 EX – The professionals choice in ATEX zone 22 The DC 2800 EX is suitable for vacuum cleaning and source extraction from handheld power tools (with up to 5” suction casings) and small table saws. The DC 2800 has a sturdy steel chassis with big wheels but is still light and portable. The chassis is designed in a manner that allows the unit to be led by the hose without tipping. Compared to DC 1800 EX, it has a slightly longer cyclone, which improves the suction power. The steel container is also bigger. The DC 2800 EX is equipped with a brushless motor (for spark-free operation) and enclosed to IP5X standard (non conductive dust). Part No 114100 Part No 114101 Part No 114102 Part No 114103

230 V 230 V, UK 115 V, UK 115 V, US

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DC 2800 EX The DC 2800 EX is delivered with the following: • Suction hose (Ø 38) 5 m (Part No 2012) • Floor nozzle (Part No 7235E) • Suction pipe Ø 38 (Part No 7257) • Fine filter, polyester (Part No 42028) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42027)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 2800 EX Weight Flow at open inlet, 115/230 V Neg pressure, 115/230 V Power consumption 115/230 V Sound level

19 kg 210/185 m3/h 30/25 kPa 1500/1300 W 70 dB(A)

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DC 3800 H Turbo EX – The dust extractor for continous operation in ATEX zone 22 The DC 3800 H Turbo EX is a medium sized dust extractor with a high cyclone and a three-phase turbo motor.Thanks to the high cyclone, big filters and powerful motor package, it can handle large amounts of particles. Since it is equipped with a powerful three-phase turbo pump it is suitable for long hoses (up to 20 metres) and heavy cleaning (38mm accessories). It is available certified to IP65 standard (conductive dust). Part No 13756A0GD0 400 V, Conductive dust/Non conductive Part No 114030 460 V, 60 Hz, 4 HP, Conductive dust IP65

The DC 3800 H Turbo EX is delivered as standard with the following: • Suction hose 7.4 m (Part No 2012 Ø 38, 2 m, 2013 Ø 50, 5.4 m) • Floor nozzle (Part No 7236e) • Suction pipe Ø 50 (Part No 7257) • Fine filter, Polyester (Part No 42398) • HEPA H13 filter, Polyester (Part No 42024) • Cable length 7 m • Connector CEE plug 5 pol 16 A IP67

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800 H Turbo EX Weight Flow at open inlet Negative pressure, max Power consumption Sound level

70 kg 260 m3/h 28 kPa 2.2 kW/4 HP < 70 dB(A)

IFA 1205024

schadstoffgeprüft pollutant tested

DC 5800 H Turbo EX – Get rid of large quantites of dust in ATEX zone 22 The DC 5800 H Turbo EX is designed for big hand held power tools and heavy cleaning. The unit is of robust and sturdy design for maximum dependability, coupled with a direct driven turbo pump for continuous operation. It is available certified to IP65 standard (conductive dust). Part No 119312 5.5 kW 400 V 50 Hz

DC 5800 H Turbo EX The DC 5800 H Turbo EX is delivered as standard with the following: • Suction hose Ø 50 (Part No 2013) • Floor nozzle (Part No 7238e) • Suction pipe Ø 50 (Part No 7265) • Antistatic fine filter, Polyester (Part No 429206) • HEPA H13 Filter (Part No 42869)

Part No 119313 10 HP 460 V 60 Hz

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 5800 H Turbo EX Weight Flow at open inlet Negative pressure, max Power consumption Noise level

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Capacity

p (kPa) 40

35

30

1

DC 1800/2800 EX 50 Hz

2

DC 1800/2800 EX 60 Hz

3

DC 3800 H Turbo EX

4

DC 5800 H Turbo EX

25

20

2 3 15

1 4 10

5

0 0

100

200

300

400

500

600

800 Q (m3/h)

700

TECHNICAL DATA

DC 1800 EX

DC 2800 EX

DC 3800 H Turbo EX

DC 5800 H Turbo EX

H x W x L (mm) Weight Inlet Hose length (Ø 50) Flow at open inlet Negative pressure, max Power consumption Filter area. fine filter Degree of separation fine filter EN 60335-2-69, Class M Filter area microfilter Degree of separation microfilter N 1822-1 EN 60335-2-69, Class H Container Sound level (115/230 V)

740 x 380 x 380 10 kg X 50 mm 5 m (Ø 38) 210/185 m3/h */ 30/25 kPa */ 1500/1300 W */ 1.5 m2

1110 x 440 x 550 19 kg X 50 mm 5 m (Ø 38) 210/185 m3/h */ 30/25 kPa */ 1500/1300 W */ 1.5 m2

1400 x 600 x 970 70 kg X 50 mm 5–20 m 180 m3/h 28 kPa 2.2 kW 1.8 m2

1920 x 760 x 1000 ca 170 kg X 50 mm 5–30 m 470 m3/h 28 kPa 4 kW 8.4 m2

99.9 % 0.85 m2

99.9 % 0.85 m2

99.9 % 1.5 m2

99.9 % 2.7 m2

HEPA H13 99.995 % 20 l 70 dB(A)

HEPA H13 99.995 % 40 l 70 dB(A)

HEPA H13 99.995 % 40 l < 70 dB(A)

HEPA H13 99.995 % 40 l 75 dB(A)

10

*/ 115/230 V

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Compressed Air Driven Dust Extractors DC 1800 TR EX The DC 1800 TR EX is delivered with: • Fine filter cellulose (Part No 42029) • Plastic sacks, (Part No 42384) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42027)

DC 1800/2800 TR EX – When no electricity is available The DC 1800/2800 TR EX removes dust in three stages. The first separation occurs in the unit’s cyclone, which is a very efficient separation of all the coarser dust. The finer dust is separated in the unit’s filter cartridges, and then the Hepa filter takes care the rest of the dust. Filter cleaning with pulse provides long filter life and constant capacity. Vacuum is created in the ejector. The ejector is maintance free. DC 1800 TR EX - Part No 101890 DC 2800 TR EX - Part No 121090

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 1800 TR EX H x W x L, in/cm 32x15x 15/82.5x38x38 Weight, lbs/kg 22/10 Inlet, (nom) Ø 2”/50 mm Hose length max rec’d (Ø 2”/50 mm) 15’/5 m Max Q, cfm/ m3/h 102/170 CA consumption at 90psi/7 bar 5.3 gal/s/20 l/s Air Connection ½” ball valve Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 64/16 Fine Filter area, ft 2 /m 2 16/1.5 Filtration efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class M 99.9 % HEPA Filter area, ft 2 /m 2 9.1/0.85 HEPA Filter efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class H 99.995 % EN 1822-1 HEPA H13 Collection bin volume 5.3 gal/20 l Sound level 68 dB(A)

DC 2800 TR EX The DC 2800 TR EX is delivered with: • Fine filter cellulose (Part No 42029) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42027) • Plastic sacks, 5 pcs (Part No 42285)

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 2800 TR EX

DC 1800 TR EX

138

DC 2800 TR EX

H x W x L, in/cm 47x17x 22/119.5x44x55 Weight, lbs/kg 42/19 Inlet, (nom) Ø 2”/50 mm Hose length max rec’d (Ø 2”/50 mm) 15’/5 m Max Q, cfm/ m3/h 102/170 CA consumption at 90psi/7 bar 5.3 gal/s/20 l/s Air Connection ½” ball valve Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 64/16 Fine Filter area, ft 2 /m 2 16/1.5 Filtration efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class M 99.9 % HEPA Filter area, ft 2 /m 2 9.1/0.85 HEPA Filter efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class H 99.995 % EN 1822-1 HEPA H13 Collection sack volume 10.5 gal/40 l Sound level 68 dB(A)


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DC 3800 TR S EX

DC 3800 TR S EX – Air driven dust extractor for cleaning and source extraction

The DC 3800 TR S EX is delivered with: • Fine filter Polyester, grounded (Part No 42398) • HEPA H13 filter (Part No 42024)

The DC 3800 TR S EX is a compressed air driven extractor for use in areas where electrical power is not available or practical. The DC 3800TR S EX is a machine with large suction capacity and robust construction while still being compact and easy to maneuver. It is ideal for source extraction on most types of hand-held tools and for industrial cleaning (38 mm and 50 mm system). The DC 3800 TR S EX is supplied with a HEPA filter.

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 3800 TR S EX H x W x L, in/cm 55x24x 36/139x60x92 Weight, lbs/kg 84/38 Inlet, (nom) Ø 2”/50 mm Hose length max rec’d (Ø 2”/50 mm) 15’-50’/5 - 15 m Max Q, ft3/ m3/h 14126/400 CA consumption at 90psi/6 bar 63.5cfm/1.8 m3/m Air Connection 1” ball valve Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 80/20 Fine Filter area, ft 2 /m 2 19.3/1.8 Filtration efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class M 99.9 % HEPA Filter area, ft 2 /m 2 16/1.5 HEPA Filter efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class H 99.995 % EN 1822-1 HEPA H13 Collection container volume 10.5 gal/40 l Sound level 75 dB(A)

Part No 117100

DC 5800 TR – Air driven dust extractor for heavier applications The DC 5800 TR is a machine driven by compressed air for use in areas where electricity is not available or not permitted. DC 5800 TR has a very robust design and extra high extraction power, which makes it ideal for source extraction on bigger machinery and in mines. It is also ideal for source extraction from most types of hand held power tools.

DC 5800 TR The DC 5800 TR is delivered with: • Plastic sacks (Part No 46145) • Fine filter, Polyester (Part No 429204)

Part No 1366FJ0800

Capacity

TECHNICAL DATA – DC 5800 TR p (kPa) 40

35 DC 3800 TR S EX and DC 5800 TR can be ordererd with antistatic acces30

sories to fulfil the requirements of the ATEX Zone 22 directive 1999/92 ATEX 137.

25

20

15

2

1

10

1

DC 3800 TR S EX

2

DC 5800 TR

HxWxL, in/cm 71x30x40/180x76x100 Weight, lbs/kg 330/150 Inlet, (nom) Ø 3”/76 mm Hose length max rec’d 15’-50’/5-10 m Max Q, cfm/m3/h 300/500 CA consumption at 90 psi/6 bar 90cfm/3.6 m3/m Air Connection 1” ball valve Max vacuum, inwg/kPa 84/21 Fine Filter area, ft2/m2 53.8/5 Filtration efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class M 99.9 % Collection sack volume 15.5 gal/60 l Sound level 75 dB(A) Accessory: HEPA Filter area, ft2/m2 HEPA Filter efficiency EN 60335-2-69, Class H EN 1822-1

26.9/3.7 99.995 % HEPA H13

5

0 0

100

200

300

400

500 Q (m3/h)

139

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Mobile Dust Extractors

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DC 25-W, DC 50-W, DC 75-W – Robust chassis – Stainless steel container – Powerful 1400 W motor

– Re-useable nylon filtration sack, Part No 42190 – Standard coupling to drain hose

– 175 l/min discharge pump – Easy disassembly and easy to clean When working with concrete coring, large quantities of water have to be used and this water gets very dirty. Using wet-vac to effectively extract the water avoids the working area being wet and dirty. In those wet-vacs, which are equipped with a pump, de-watering of slurry is integrated into the unit and clean water is pumped out of the drain hose. The slurry solids are collected in a filter bag for ease of handling and disposal. The Dustcontrol w-line wet-vacs are easily dissambled for cleaning and de-contamination. This is an important detail on units requiring frequent cleaning. Robust construction helps these units resist the knocks of everyday use. The DC 25 -W is intended for smallar amounts of liquid.

Standard (with pump) DC 50 - W, Part No 13f04300j0, 230 V, 50 Hz, EU DC 75 - W, Part No 13g04300j0, 230 V, 50 Hz, EU Without pump: DC 25 - W, Part No 13e04300j0, 230 V, 50 Hz, EU DC 25 - W, Part No 13e03100j0, 115 V, 50 Hz, UK

DC 25, 50, 75 - W The DC 25, 50, 75 - Delivered as standard with the following. • Suction hose Ø 38, 5 m (Part No 2012+2108+2115) • Floor nozzle B 450 (Part No 7236) • Suction pipe Ø 38 (Part No 7258) • Filter sack (Part No 42190)

TECHNICAL DATA Weight (kg)

12

34

Negative pressure

21

21

21

Air-flow at open inlet (m3/h)

190

190

190

1200/1400

1200/1400

1200/1400

75

75

75

Vacuum motor, 1 phase 110/230 V (W) Sound Level, db(A)

140

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Capacity

p (kPa)

DC 25, 50, 75 - W 25

TECHNICAL DATA

DC 25-W

DC 50-W

DC 75-W

H x W x L (mm)

562 x 450 x 400

870 x 630 x 543

980 x 630 x 543

Weight (kg)

12

34

37

Outlet/Inlet (mm)

X 50

X 50

X 50

5

5

5

21/24

21/24

21/24

190

190

190

Hose length (m)

20

Negative pressure, max 110/230 V (kPa)

230 V

Flow at open outlet (m3/h)

15

Vacuum motor, 1 phase 110/230 V (W) 10

5 115 V 0

0

100

200

1200/1400

1200/1400

1200/1400

Pump, 1 phase (W)

-

550

550

Container volume (l)

25

50

75

Pump lift height (m)

7

7

7

Water hose connection

-

1” hose barb

1” hose barb

Pump capacity (l/min)

-

175

175

Particle capacity (mm)

-

10

10

Noise level, dB(A)

75

75

75

300 Q (m3/h)

10

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About Air Cleaners By circulating the air through a highly efficient HEPA filter, the air in the room is cleaned by removing the hazardous airborne dust that is harmful to health. The most dangerous particles are those that are so small that they are invisible to the eye. The DC AirCube is designed to separate fine and hazardous dusts down to 0.3 microns. An example of such particulate could be silca dust, which is found in concrete, brick, grout, mortar and drywall compound. When jack hammering, wall grinding, or concrete grinding during demolition work, kitchen and bathroom renovations, and general construction, the DC AirCube is an ideal solution. It is also a popular choice in bakeries, and carpentry shops since it purifies the air and filters health hazardous flour or wood dust.

By circulating the air through a highly efficient HEPA filter, the air in the room is cleaned from airborne dust.

One or several DC AirCubes can be mounted in the ceiling in e.g. a bakery or in a wood-working shop. DC AirCube 500

DC AirCube 500 The DC AirCube 500 has been developed for ease of use and high durability. It is built from stainless steel sheet metal to be extra damage resistant. The fan unit is a radial blower with a specially designed scroll to build up high pressure across its complete flow range. This means that the unit generates large amounts of airflow during the entire lifetime of the filter. Equipped with an el outlet for lamp and other. An exhaust hose can be used to create negative pressure in a sealed room. The fan has two speed settings that allows for economical operation, for example during the night. Part No 112500, 230 V 210 W Part No 112501, 230 V, UK Part No 112503, 115 V 145 W, UK Part No 112505, 115 V US/Can Part No 112508, 230 V CH

Accessories Part No 2420 Hose 125 Part No 42753 Funnel con. 125 Part No 4138 Hose clamp

TECHNICAL DATA â&#x20AC;&#x201C; DC AirCube 500 Weight Flow at open outlet Negative pressure Power consumption Degree of separation EN 1822-1 Sound level

13 kg 500 m3/h max 400 Pa 230 V, 210 W/115 V, 145 W HEPA 13 45 dB(A) speed 1 65 dB(A) speed 2

4138

The lowest possible particulate concentrations will be achieved by using both source extraction and an air cleaner. 142 42753

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DC AirCube 1200 The The AirCube 1200 is a compact variant with a capacity and size in between the AirCube 500 and AirCube 2000 - with ECO-fan. The main features for both air cleaners are: • Variable speed transmission to save energy, e.g. at night • High effective ECO-fan with less energy consumption TECHNICAL DATA – DC AirCube 1200 • Lower sound level • Washable stainless steel filter housing Weight 20 kg • Trouble-free filter change (cartridge air filter) Flow at open outlet 1100 m3/h Negative pressure max 601 Pa for easy service Power consumption 230 V, 385 W Degree of separation EN 1822-1 HEPA 13 Sound level Max 60-69

Part No 111000, 230 V EU

DC AirCube 2000 The DC AirCube 2000 is a compact and robust design with a capacity of 1800m3/h which makes it our most powerful single phase aircleaner. - with ECO-fan. It has a 0.63 m2 pre-filter and a HEPA H13 microfilter of 8.2 m2 and a filter indication lamp that is lit when it´s time to change the filter. The air exhaust is directed upwards in order to prevent dust to whirl up from the floor. With its ergonomic design it is easy to carry and transport. It is also prepared to connect to an exhaust hose without a reduction in performance.

TECHNICAL DATA – DC AirCube 2000 DC AirCube 2000 can be positioned horizontally flat on the floor with the exhaust then pointing to the side. Part No 102000, 230 V Part No 102002, 230 V, UK

Weight Flow at open outlet Negative pressure

25 kg 1800 m3/h 500 Pa

Power consumption

230 V, 505 W, 115 V, 350 W

Part No 102003, 115 V, UK Part No 102004, 115 V, US/CAN

HEPA H13 Filter Pre-Filter

8.2 m2 0.63 m2

Sound level

Max 62 -74 dB(A)

Accessories Part No 42657 Hose kit 315 Part No 42660 Bend 900 315

42660

42657

Technical Data

DC AirCube 500

DC AirCube 1200

DC AirCube 2000

H x W x L, in/cm

15 x 13 x 20/38 x 34 x 50

34×18×24/87×46×60

40 x 20 x 22/102 x 51 x 55

Weight

29 lbs/13 kg

44 Ibs/20 kg

55 Ibs/25 kg

Outlet/Inlet

Ø 5”/125 mm/(inlet optional)

10/12”/250/315 mm

12”/315 mm

Hose length (optional)

10’ (Ø 5”)/3 m (125 mm)

-

-

Max Q

500 m3/h

1100 m3/h

1850 m3/h, 50 Hz, 1650 m3/h, 60 Hz

10

Negative pressure

max1.6 inwg/400 Pa

600 Pa

500 Pa

Rated Output

230 V, 210 W/115 V, 145 W

230 V, 505 W, 115 V, 350 W

230 V, 505 W, 115 V, 350 W

99.995 %

99.995 %

99.995 %

HEPA Filter efficiency

Hose/socket/clip

EN 60335-2-69, Class H EN 1822-1 Sound Level

Socket/bend 90o

2

HEPA H13

HEPA H13 4.9 m

HEPA H13 8.2 m2

45 dB(A) speed 1 65 dB(A) speed 2

Max 62 -74 dB(A)

Max 62 -74 dB(A)

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Suction Hoses

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Suction hoses, standard, Ø (in/mm)

Part no/m

Standard length

2001 2401 2111 2112 2113

16.4 yd/15 m 32.8 yd/30 m 32.8 yd/30 m 32.8 yd/30 m 32.8 yd/30 m

Part no/m

Standard length

2004 2003

15’, 30’, 50’/5, 10, 15 m 15’, 30’, 50’/5, 10, 15 m

3”/76 2”/50 1.5”/38 1.25”/32 1”/25

Suction hoses, heat resistant, Ø (in/mm) 2”/50 1.5”/38

Suction hoses, antistatic, Ø (in/mm) 3”/76 2”/50 1.5”/38 32 25

Part no/m

Standard length

2024* 2013* 2012* 2005* 2025*

32.8 yd/30 m 32.8 yd/30 m 32.8 yd/30 m 32.8 yd/30 m 32.8 yd/30 m

Suction hoses PU, extra abrasion resistant, Ø (in/mm) Part no/m 3”/76 2”/50 1.5”/38

2056** 2054** 2055**

15’, 30’ / 5 and 10 m 15’, 30’ / 5 and 10 m 15’, 30’ / 5 and 10 m

Suction hoses PU, extra abrasion resistant, Ø (in/mm) Part no/m

For larger dimensions, contact us.

2”/50 1.5”/38

Material properties

Standard length

2039 2038

Standard length 50’/15 m 50’/15 m

Description

Dimension Ø (in/mm)

Part No

Colour

Material

Temp °F max/min/ Temp °C max/min

Antistatic

Abrasion resistance

UV and zone resistance

Resistance to Welding Fume

Resistance to solvent and oil

Suction hoses standard

3”/76 mm 2”/50 mm 1.5”/38 mm 1.25”/32 mm 1”/25 mm

2001 2401 2111 2112 2113

Blue Blue Blue Blue Blue

PE PE PE PE PE

140/–22/+60/–30 140/–22/+60/–30 140/–22/+60/–30 140/–22/+60/–30 140/–22/+60/–30

No No No No No

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3

Suction hoses heat resistant

2”/50 mm 1.5”/38 mm

2004 2003

Grey Grey

PP(EPDM) PP(EPDM)

194/–40/+90/–40 194/–40/+90/–40

No No

3 3

2 2

1 1

4 4

Suction hoses antistatic

3”/76 mm 2”/50 mm 1.5”/38 mm 1.25”/32 mm 1”/25 mm

2024 2013 2012 2005 2025

Black Black Black Black Black

PE PE PE PE PE

140/–4/+60/–20 140/–4/+60/–20 140/–4/+60/–20 140/–4/+60/–20 140/–4/+60/–20

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3

Suction hoses PU

3”/76 mm 2”/50 mm 1.5”/38 mm 2”/50 mm 1.5”/38 mm

2056 Trans2054 parent 2055 2039 black/white 2038 black/white

PU PU PU PVC PVC

194/–40/+90/–40 248/–40/+120/–40 194/–40/+90/–40 185/–23/+85/–5 185/–23/+85/–5

Yes** Yes** Yes** No No

1 1 1 2 2

1 1 1 2 2

3 3 3 2 2

1 1 1 4 4

Super D superelastic Scale: 1 2 3 4

Excellent Good Limited Poor

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Antistatic is defined as having a conductivity of < 10 6 Ω To order antistatic certification (ESD) according to Swedish National Testing and Research Institute (SP) – note an E after the part no. ** The wire helix must be bared and left in contact with conductive material for static discharge.

Ø designates the inside of the hose

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Ventilation Hose

Metal Hose Ø (in/mm)

Part No

2”/50 2”/50 1.5”/38 1.5”/38

2150 2151 2138 2139

Temp °F max /Temp °C max Material Flexible Rigid Flexible Rigid

572/+300 572/+300 572/+300 572/+300

Steel Steel Steel Steel

Compressed Air Hose Diameter

Description

Part No

Øinv 3/4” Øinv 1/2” Øinv 3/8” Øutv 5 mm Øutv 6 mm Øutv 8 mm

Compressed air hose 3/4 Compressed air hose 1/2 Compressed air hose 3/8 Compressed air hose 5 Compressed air hose 6 Compressed air hose 8

2124 2123 2122 2406 8482 8183

146

Diameter (in/mm) Ø 5”/125 Ø 10”/250

Description

Part No

Ventilation hose 4.9”/125 Ventilation hose 10”/250

2420 2032

Hose Clamps Description Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp Hose clamp

dmin dmax

Part No

.3”–.6”/8–14 mm .4”–.7”/11–17 mm .6”–.9”/15–24 mm 1”–1.5”/26–38 mm 1.7”–2.2”/44–56 mm 2”–2.6”/50–65 mm 2.3”–3”/58–75 mm 2.7”–3.3”/68–85 mm 3”-3.7”/77–95 mm 3.4”–4.4”/87–112 mm 4.1”–5.4”/104–138 mm 5.1”–6.5”/130–165 mm 5.9”–7.1”/150–180 mm 7.9”–9.1”/200–231 mm 8.9”–10.1”/226–256 mm

4027 4028 4146 4197 4075 4219 4002 3002 4090 4310 4138 4040 4137 4464 4102


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Rubber Suction Hose Ø (in/mm)

Part No Standard

Couplings for Rubber Suction Hose/ Extra Abrasion Resistant

Part No Extra Abrasion Resistant

2010

6”/152

2045

742301

3045

ø159

7421

4”/102

2011

-

3”/76

See PU-suction hose

2046 X160

TECHNICAL DATA Part No Material gauge (in/mm) Min radius (in/mm) Weight (lbs/yd /kg/m) Temp max (°F /°C) min (°F /°C) Internal tube Insert External tube

7438

2045

-

2011

2011 0.33/8.5 11.81/300 9.15/4.15 140/+60 –13/-25 PVC steel helix Polyester

2046 0.31/8 8.27/210 6.55/2.97 140/+60 –13/-25 PVC steel helix Polyester

2045 0.37/9.5 18.9/480 15.54/7.05 140/+60 –13/-25 PVC steel helix copper wire Polyester

ø108

3031

ø76

ø76 3007 Tube L=100 mm

741101

7420

7437

2033

X160 2056 2046

7419

7436

Hose Hanger Description

X160

Part No

Hose Hanger, white enamel Hose Hanger, stainless

Part No

Description

3007 3031 3045 741101 7419 7420 7421 742301 7436 7437 7438

4473 7214

Joint Ø 3”/76 Joint Ø 4.3”/108 Joint Ø 6.3”/160 Pipe connection 4.3”/4”/108/102 Hose clamp 3”/76 Hose clamp 4”/102 Hose clamp 6.3”/160 Pipe connection 6.3”/6”/159/152 Hose connector 3”/X6.3”/76/X160 Hose connector 4”/X6.3”/102/X160 Hose connector 6”/X6.3”/152/X160

Ø designates the inside of the hose

Pressure Loss Suction Hoses kPa/m p 2,5

p

kPa/m

Ø 25

Ø 32

1,0

Ø 38

2,0

Ø 76

0,8

Ø 102

0,6

1,5

Ø 152

Ø 50 1,0

0,4

0,5

0,2

0

100

200

300

11

Q

Q

0

0 400

m3/h

0

1000

2000

3000

4000

m3/h

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Turnable Hose Connectors COUPLING SOCKET 2129

INTERMEDIATE SLEEVE

CONNECTING SLEEVE 2129

Ø 2”/50

Ø 2”/50 X 2”/50 2114 2129

Ø 2”/50

2131

Ø 2”/50

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38 2132

Ø 1.25”/32 2128

2114 Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38 2132

2114

Ø 1.25”/32 X 1.5”/38

2133

2171

Ø 1.25”/32

Ø 1.25”/32

Part No Description

Part No Description

2114* 2128* 2129* 2131*

2132* 2133* 2171*

Connecting sleeve, turnable 1.5”/1.5”/38/38 mm Coupling socket, turnable 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm Coupling socket, turnable 2”/2”/50/50 mm Intermediate sleeve, turnable 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm

Connecting sleeve, turnable 1.25”/1.5/32/38 mm Coupling socket, turnable 1.5”/1.25”/38/32 mm Coupling socket, turnable 1.25”/1.25/32/32 mm

Non-Turnable Hose Connectors COUPLING SOCKET

HOSE CONNECTOR

INTERMEDIATE SLEEVE 2100

Ø 3”/76

CONNECTING SLEEVE 2107

Ø 2”/50

Ø 2”/50 Ø 3”/76

2008 2115 2403/2170

Ø 2”/50

Ø 2”/50

2120

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38 2109

2107

Ø 1”/26

X 2”/50 2116 Ø 2”/50

2108

Ø 1.25”/32 2118/2169

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38

2121

Ø 1.25”/32

2110

2115

Ø 1”/26 2106

X 1.5”/38

Ø .7”/17 2119/2168

Ø 1.25”/32

Ø 1.25”/32

2101

Ø 1”/25

2117/2167

see above

148

Ø 1”/25

Part No Description

Part No Description

Part No Description

2008* 2100* 2101* 2106* 2107* 2108* 2109* 2110* 2115*

2116 2117 2118 2119 2120* 2121* 2167* 2168*

2169* 2170* 2403

Coupling socket 3”/2”/76/50 mm Intermediate sleeve 3”/2”/76/50 mm Intermediate sleeve 1.25/1”/32/25mm Connecting sleeve 7”/1.25”/17/32 mm Coupling socket 2”/2”/50/50 mm Coupling socket 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm Connecting sleeve 1”/1.5”/26/38 mm Connecting sleeve 1”/1.25/26/32 mm Connecting sleeve 1.5”/1.5”/38/38 mm

Connecting sleeve 1.25/1.25”/32/32 mm Connecting sleeve 1”/1”/25/25 mm Hose connector 1.5”/38 mm Hose connector 1.25”/32 mm Intermediate sleeve 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm Intermediate sleeve 1.5/1.25/38/32 mm Connecting sleeve 1”/1”/25/25 mm Hose connector 1.25”/32 mm

Hose connector 1.5”/38 mm Hose connector 2”/50 mm Hose connector 2”/50 mm

* Antistatic.106 Ω cm. Please see our antistatic accessories from page 158 onwards.


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Turnable Connectors for Suction Hose; PU COUPLING SOCKET 2158

INTERMEDIATE SLEEVE

CONNECTING SLEEVE

Ø 2”/50

2158 Ø 2”/50

X 2” /50

2158

2160

Ø 2”/50

Ø 1.5”/38

2159 Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 2”/50

2157

2159

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38

Non-Turnable Connectors for Suction Hose; PU 2161

Ø 2”/50

Part No Description see above

Ø 3”/76 2162

Ø 2”/50

2157* 2158* 2159*

Coupling socket Ø 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm PU, turnable Coupling socket Ø 2”/2”/50/50 mm PU, turnable Connecting sleeve Ø 1.5”/1.5”/38/38 mm PU, turnable

Part No Description see above

2160* 2161* 2162*

Intermediate sleeve Ø 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm PU, turnable Coupling socket Ø 3”/2”/76/50 mm, EPDM Coupling socket Ø 3”/2”/76/50 mm, Nitrile

* Antistatic; Please see our antistatic accessories from page 158 onwards.

Extraction Hose Quick Couplers Part No 2166

2114

2129 2158

2159 2166

Ø 2”/50 2128 2157

Ø 1.5”/38 2133 Ø 1.25”/32

Ø 1.5”/38

Multi Connection for Integrated Suction Casings Part No 42497 2114 42497 Ø 1.5”/38

2115

Part No Description 42497* 2114* 2115*

Multi connection for intergrated suction casings Connecting sleeve, turnable 38/38 Connecting sleeve 38/38

*Antistatic EPDM

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The multi connection fits onto suction casings with outlet diameter 25-35 mm. Cut off a section at the right diameter (it’s marked in advance with: 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35 mm) and push on to the multi connection over the tubing of integrated suction casings. Connection sleeves 2114 or 2115 then fit to the other end to link the hose.

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Hose Sets

Standard suction hose, turnable intermediate sleeve 2”/1.5”/50/38

Part No Description 2125

2126

Hose set 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm L = 21’/7 m

Ø 2”/50

Ø 1.5”/38

15’5 m

6’/2 m

Antistatic suction hose, turnable intermediate sleeve 2”/1.5”/50/38

Hose set 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm L = 15’ /5 m antistatic

Ø 2”/50

Ø 1.5”/38

6’/2 m

15’5 m Standard suction hose, turnable intermediate sleeve 2”/1.5”/50/38 2006

Hose set 1.5”/38 mm L = 6’/2 m

Ø 1.5”/38

Connects to Ø 2”/50 suction hose 6’/2 m

2015 2105

Standard suction hose, turnable intermediate sleeve 2”/1.5”/50/38

Hose set 1.5”/38 L = 6’/2 m Hose set 1.5”/38 L = 15’*/5 m*

Ø 1.5”/38 Connects to Ø 1.5”/38 suction casing

6’/15’/2/5 m

* Standard suction hose, turnable, non removable connector. (Replacement to standard hose kit.)

Technical Data on Extaction Hose Fittings Description

Coupling socket

Coupling socket Coupling socket

Connecting sleeve

Connecting sleeve

Connecting sleeve Inter, sleeves Inter, sleeves

Hose connector

Hose connector

Scale: 1 Excellent 3 Limited

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Dimension Ø (in/mm)

Part No

Colour

Material

Temp °F max/min/ Temp °C max/min

Antistatic

Abrasion resistance

UV and zone resistance

Resistance to Welding Fume

Resistance to solvent and oil

3”/2”/76/50 2”/2”/50/50 2”/1.5”/50/38 3”/2”/76/50 (PU)** 3”/2”/76/50 2”/2”/50/50 2”/2”/50/50 (PU)** 2”/1.5”/50/38 (PU)** 2”/1.5”/50/38 1.5”/1.25”/38/32 1.25”/1.25”/32/32 1.25”/1.5”/32/38 1.5”/1.5/38/38 (PU)** 1.5”/1.5/38/38 2”/2”/50/50 1”/1”/25/25 1.5”/1.5/38/38 1”/1.5”/26/38 1”/1.25”/26/32 .7”/1.25”/17/32 1.25”/1.25”/32/32 1”/1”/25/25 2”/1.5”/50/38 2”/1.5”/50/38 (PU)** 3”/2”/76/50 2”/1.5”/50/38 1.5”/1.25”/38/32 1.25”/1”/32/25 2”/50 1.5”/38 1.25”/32 2”/50 1.5”/38 1.25”/32

2008* 2107* 2108* 2161* 2162* 2129* 2158* 2157* 2128* 2133* 2171* 2132* 2159* 2114* 2129* 2167* 2115* 2109* 2110* 2106* 2116 2117 2131* 2160* 2100* 2120* 2121* 2101* 2403 2118 2119 2170* 2169* 2168*

Black Black Black Black Blue Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Grey Grey Black Black Black Black Black Black Grey Grey Grey Black Black Black

EPDM EPDM EPDM EPDM NBR PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 EPDM EPDM EPDM PE PE PA12 PA12 EPDM EPDM EPDM EPDM PE PE PE PA12 PA12 PA12

284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 248/-76/120/-60 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 45/-45 45/-45 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 45/-45 45/-45 45/-45 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes

2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

4 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 1 1 1

2 Good 4 Poor *Antistatic is defined as having a conductivity of < 10 6 Ω Antistatic certification (ESD-rated) – please see our antistatic accessories from page 158 onwards. Tested according to Swedish National Testing and Research Institute (SP). ** Static conductivity can be compromised by excessive hose wear.


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Cleaning Accessories

About Cleaning Accessories For the best results when cleaning, it is necessary to have the right equipment and to use it in the correct way. It is therefore a prerequisite that a variety of different accessories are available for different tasks. 1.25”/32 mm cleaning accessories are recommended when very light tools are required e.g.: office cleaning. 1.5”/38 mm cleaning tools are ideal in most cases, they combine good capacity with ease of handling. Everything is available, from light tools such as wands in aluminium and tools in plastic and rubber to sturdy wear resistant wands in steel and cast aluminium floor tools. 2”/50 mm cleaning accessories are used for very heavy cleaning. Aluminium wands, large wheels on the floor tools and the ERGO-grip are several of the details which allow the accessories to be used easily despite their size. 3”/76 mm accessories are used for different types of material transport.

Cleaning Accessories Ø 1.25”/32 mm 7464 7293 7294 7399

7358 7292

Part No Description 2048 7292 7293 7294 7358 7399 7464

Hose set L=24’/8 m w hand pipe Suction brush 1.25”/32 mm Floor Tool 10.5/270 mm P-1.25”/32 mm Chromed Wand 1.25”/32 mm telescopic Suction brush 1.25”/32 mm Flat nozzle, 1.25”/32 mm Rectangle brush 1.25”/32 mm

TECHNICAL DATA Qnom pnom

11 2048

90 cfm/150 m3/h 28 inwg/7 kPa

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Cleaning Accessories Ø 1.5”/38 mm 7049

7048

7047 7038

7276

7291

7365

7264

7213 7376 7257

7258

7259 7260

7261

7035

7262

Part No Description 7035 7038 7047 7048 7049 7213 7235* 7236* 7257* 7258* 7259* 7260 7261* 7262 7263 7264* 7275 7276* 7278 7291 7297* 7300 7320 7321 7322 7323 7365* 7374* 7376 7398

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Chrome Steel hand pipe Ø 1.5”/38 mm, straight Suction Nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm Suction Brush B 8”/200 mm Pipe Nozzle RB 4”/100 mm Pipe Nozzle RB 8”/200 mm Chrome Steel Flat Nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm L= 16”/400 mm Cast Alu Floor Tool B 15”/370 mm Ø 1.5”/38 mm Cast Alu Floor Tool B 18”/450 Ø 1.5”/38 mm Chrome Steel Wand Ø 1.5”/38 mm SLightweight Alu Wand Ø 1.5”/38 mm Lightwieght Alu Wand Ø 1.5”/38 mm, with wear strip Chrome Steel Wand Extension Ø 1.5”/38 mm, L = 715 mm Alu Wand Extension Ø 1.5”/38 mm, L = 705 mm Chrome Steel hand pipe Ø 1.5”/38 mm curved Brush for 7275, 7278 Tapered nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm Rubber part of suction brush Ø 1.5”/38 mm, 7278 Tapered nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm Suction brush Ø 1.5”/38 mm Flat nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm L= 14”/350 mm plastic Crevice nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm, B= 8”/200 mm Rubber floor tool Ø 1.5” /38 mm Molded Plastic Floor Tool 12.5”/320 mm Ø 1.5”/38 mm,with rubber wiper Molded Plastic Floor Tool 12.5”/320 mm Ø 1.5”/38 mm, with brush Molded Plastic Floor Tool 12.5”/370 mm Ø 1.5”/38 mm, with rubber wiper Molded Plastic Floor Tool 12.5”/370 mm Ø, 1.5”/38 mm, with brush Flat nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm L= 14”/350 mm, Antitstatic Brush ESD for 7278E, 7279E Push-Pull Pistol Brush for 7278, 7279, hard, white

7235

7236 7321

7300

7322 7323

TECHNICAL DATA

7278 7297

7275

7263

7374

7398

Floor nozzle; Light applications Qnom pnom

120 cfm/200 m3/h 20 inwg/5 kPa

Heavy applications Qnom pnom

150 cfm/250 m3/h 32 inwg/8 kPa

Hand Nozzle; Qnom pnom

150 cfm/250 m3/h 12 inwg/3 kPa

* Antistatic. Please see our antistatic accessories from page 158 onwards.


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Cleaning Accessories Ø 2”/50 mm 7377 7295 7266

7267 7268 7269 7033

7149

7212

7285 7013

7271

ERGO-Grip for better handling, fits on all the 2”/50 mm wands and Bulk Nozzle 2”/50 mm.

7265

Part No

Description

7013 7016 7026 7030 7033 7147 7149 7212 7238* 7263 7265 7266 7267 7268 7269 7271 7272 7274 7277* 7279* 7281* 7285 7295 7307 7374* 7377 7398

Rubber part, floor tool Ø 2”/50 mm Suction nozzle with brush Saw blade Suction nozzle Ø 2”/50 mm Chrome Steel Hand pipe Ø 2”/50 mm Brush for 7016 Chip nozzle D 50 W 70 L 243 Chrome Stell Flat toolØ 2”/50 mm L=16”/400 mm Cast Alu Floor Tool B 20”/500 mm A--2”/50 mm Brush for 7274, 7279 Chrome Steel Wand Ø 2”/50 mm Alu Lightweight Wand Ø 2”/50 Alu Lightweight Wand Ø 2”/50 mm, wear st Chrome Steel Wand ext Ø 2”/50 mm, L = 710 mm Alu Wand Extension Ø 2”/50 mm, L = 685 mm Chrome Steel hand pipe Ø 2”/50 mm curved Tapered nozzle Ø 2”/50 mm Rubber part, suction brush Ø 2”/50 mm Tapered nozzle Ø 2”/50 mm Suction brush Ø 2”/50 mm Floor nozzle Ø 2”/ 50 mm B 8”/200 mm Handle ERGO-Grip Bulk nozzle Ø 2”/50 mm Gulper Floor Tool Alu Brush ESD for 7278E, 7279E Push Pull Pistol Brush for 7278, 7279, hard, white

7277

7279 7238

7281

7307 7016

7030

TECHNICAL DATA 7274

7147

7263

7374

7398

Floor nozzle; Qnom pnom

210 cfm/350 m3/h 32 inwg/8 kPa

Hand Nozzle; Qnom pnom

210 cfm/350 m3/h 12 inwg/3 kPa

* Antistatic; Please see our antistatic accessories from page 158 onwards.

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Cleaning Accessories Ø 3”/76 mm

7161

7129 7126 7162

7127

154

Part No

Description

7126 7127 7129 7161 7162

Clamp for scraper Scraper for suction lance Handle complete Bulk nozzle Ø 3”/76 Suction lance Ø 3”/76


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Spare Parts for Floor Tools F

Molded Plastic Floor Tools Ø1.5”/38 mm B = 12.6” /320 mm 7320 7321

Set A B C D E F

Rubber band B 316/288 (2 pcs) Front brush Rear brush Brush holder Brush holder Wheel, floor nozzle P

7328 7225 7326 7215 7324 40455

x – – x x x

– x x x x x

B = 14.6 ”/370 mm 7322 7323 7329 7226 7327 7216 7325 40455

x – – x x x

– x x x x x

D

E C A

B

Cast Alu Floor Tools Ø1.5”/38 mm, Ø2”/50 mm

E,D

I

Set A B C D E F G H I J

A,B,C

Ø 1.5”/38 mm Ø 2”/50 mm B = 14.6”/370 mm B = 17.7” /450 mm B = 19.7” /500 mm 7235 7236 7238

Rubber band* (2 pcs) Front brush Rear brush Brush holder Brush holder Cover 370 A Wheel, floor nozzle A Clampl Adjusting screw Coned connection, antistatic

7045 7222 7225 7216 7215 7242 7252 7239 7253 7335

x – – x x x x x x x

7014 7223 7228 7218 7217 7243 7252 7240 7253 7335

x – – x x x x x x x

7051 7224 7227 7219 7218 7244 7252 7241 7253 7245

x – – x x x x x x x

J

H

DF MFS 5x12

* Also by the metre, Part No 7058 (50 m)

G E C A

B

E,D

Gulper Floor Tool Ø2”/50 mm, Alu Set

A,B,C

B = 15.7”/400 mm B = 17.7”/450 mm 7307

7146 7115

Rubber moulding (2 pcs) Brush B 450/420 Brush holding moulding Brush holding moulding Wheel kit

7108 7046 7115 7116 7146

x x x x x

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7046 7116

x = standard - = can be changed

7108

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Welding Accessories

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Welding Accessories/Extraction Nozzles

6098

6005

6616

6610 7150 4149

7148

Part No

Description

4149 6005 6098 6610 6616 7148 7150

Suction nozzle Universal nozzle Tubular nozzle Universal nozzle Universal nozzle Ø 50 Funnel shaped nozzle Ø 50 Magnetic holder for 7148, 4149

156

Connection (Ø) (in/mm) 2”/50 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 2”/50 2”/50 2”/50

TECHNICAL DATA Part No 4149 6005 6098 6010 6616 7148 9060

Qnom 150 cfm/250 m3/h 90 cfm/150 m3/h 90 cfm/150 m3/h 90 cfm/150 m3/h 250 m3/h 150 cfm/250 m3/h 90 cfm/150 m3/h

pnom 6.4inwg/1.6 kPa 6.4inwg/1.6 kPa 15.2 inwg/3.8 kPa 6.4inwg/1.6 kPa 6.4inwg/1.6 kPa 6.4inwg/1.6 kPa 10.8 inwg/2.7 kPa


Containers and Accessories

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Containers and Accessories Mobile Dust Extractors Part No

Description

Volume

Capacity

Picture

DC 1800*

DC 2900a

DC 3800a/i

DC 5900a/i

Comments

42278-70

Container

20 l/5 gal

40 kg/90 lbs

X

40070

Container

40 l/10.5 gal

60 kg/130 lbs

X*

X

X

40409

Container with sight glass

40 l/10.5 gal

60 kg/130 lbs

X*

X

X

Steel container with sight glass and knockout for drain tap.

40624

Container, stainless

40 l/10.5 gal

60 kg/130 lbs

X*

X

X

Stainless steel container for liquids.

40412

Container with sight glass

60 l/15.5 gal

60 kg/130 lbs

X*

(X)**

(X)**

42369

Basket for plastic bag

X

4119

Drain tap 40/60 l

X

X

X

X

The drain tap is mounted on the 40 l with sight glass. R 1/2”

40410

Bottom screen 40/60 l

X

X

X

X

For fluid separation; The bottom screen is installed in the bottom and the drain tap is mounted on the container, 40/60 l.

40401

Carrying handles 40 l

X

X

X

X

Heavy duty carrying handles are installed in place of the standard locking hooks. For 40 l containers.

7313

Emptying car 40/60 l

X

X

X

X

Emptying cart for easy handling of the container.

42078

Lifter kit 60 l

X

When the 60 l container is to be used, the cyclone must be raised on the units chassis.

7368

Container

75 l/19.5 gal

7249

Container with sight glass

90 l/23.5 gal

150 kg/330 lbs

X

The cyclone is mounted in the higher mounting position and the bottom cone is changed.

7314

Container with sight glass, drain tap and bottom screen

90 l/23.5 gal

150 kg/330 lbs

X

The cyclone is mounted in the higher mounting position and the bottom cone is changed.

7248

Emptying cart 90 l

X

The cart for handling of the 90 l container can also be handled with a fork lift. The container is rotated for emptying.

42079

Bottom cone kit , 90 l, incl extension hose

X

When the 90 l container the cyclone must be mounted at a higher position on the chassis and the bottom cone changed.

7315

Crane hook 90 l

X

The crane hook is mounted securely on the 90 l container. The container can be rotated for emptying in the elevated position.

Is delivered complete with wheels undercarriage and fasteners.

X

Steel container with sight glass and knockout for drain tap. The cyclone must be raised to a higher mounting point with the above kit. Ensures that the bag can’t get around the filter when the machine is used for light material.

X

* Max 90 lbs/40 kg when fitted to a DC 1800 ** Fits to the cyclone but not to the standard chassis

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Antistatic Accessories

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Antistatic Accessories - ESD certification Accessories with antistatic certification (ESD) according to Swedish National Testing and Research Institute (SP). ESD-protected accessories prevent a risk of ignitionof explosive gases or powders, or of items such as fireworks. Antistatic is defined as having g a conductivity of < 10 6 Ω.

Measured values to ground connection, should be less than 106 Ohm as stated by clause 11 in CENELEC TR 50404:2003, and the measured resistances should be less than 109 Ohm as stated according to sub-clause 7.4.3 a, in EN 60079-0:2009 and 4.2 in CENELEC TR 50404:2003.

Suction Hoses, antistatic • • • • •

Better flexibility. Smoother on the inside for improved air flow The conductivity is as good as the previous hose. Longer life time. Heat tolerance < 60 degree C

Suction hoses, antistatic, Ø (in/mm)

Part No/m

Standard length

3”/76

2024E

30’/10 m

2”/50

2013E

15’, 30’, 50’/5, 10, 15 m

1.5”/38

2012E

15’, 30’, 50’/5, 10, 15 m

1.25”/32

2005E

15’, 30’, 50’/5, 10, 15 m

1”/25

2025E

15’, 30’, 50’/5, 10, 15 m

Technical Data on Suction Hoses, Antistatic Description

Dimension Ø (in/mm)

Part No

Colour

Material

Temp °F max/min/ Temp °C max/min

Antistatic

Abrasion resistance

UV and zone resistance

Resistance to Welding Fume

Resistance to solvent and oil

Suction hoses antistatic

3”/76 mm 2”/50 mm 1.5”/38 mm 1.25”/32 mm 1”/25 mm

2024E 2013E 2012E 2005E 2025E

Black Black Black Black Black

PE PE PE PE PE

113/–40/+45/–40 113/–40/+45/–40 113/–40/+45/–40 113/–40/+45/–40 113/–40/+45/–40

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3

Scale: 1 2 3 4

Excellent Good Limited Poor

Ø designates the inside of the hose

Multi Connection for Integrated Suction Casings Part No 42497 2114 42497E Ø 1.5”/38

2115

Part No Description 42497* 2114* 2115*

Multi connection for intergrated suction casings Connecting sleeve, turnable 38/38 Connecting sleeve 38/38

*Antistatic EPDM The multi connection fits onto suction casings with outlet diameter 25-35 mm. Cut off a section at the right diameter (it’s marked in advance with: 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35 mm) and push on to the multi connection over the tubing of integrated suction casings. Connection sleeves 2114 or 2115 then fit to the other end to link the hose.

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Antistatic Accessories

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Turnable Hose Connectors COUPLING SOCKET 2129E

INTERMEDIATE SLEEVE

CONNECTING SLEEVE 2129E

Ø 2”/50

Ø 2”/50 X 2”/50 2114E Ø 2”/50

2129E

2131E

Ø 2”/50

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38 2132E

Ø 1.25”/32 2128E

2114E Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38 2132E

2114E

Ø 1.25”/32 X 1.5”/38

2133E

2171E

Ø 1.25”/32

Ø 1.25”/32

Part No Description

Part No Description

2114E 2128E 2129E 2131E

2132E 2133E 2171E

Connecting sleeve, turnable 1.5”/1.5”/38/38 mm Coupling socket, turnable 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm Coupling socket, turnable 2”/2”/50/50 mm Intermediate sleeve, turnable 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm

Connecting sleeve, turnable 1.25”/1.5/32/38 mm Coupling socket, turnable 1.5”/1.25”/38/32 mm Coupling socket, turnable 1.25”/1.25/32/32 mm

Non-Turnable Hose Connectors COUPLING SOCKET

HOSE CONNECTOR

INTERMEDIATE SLEEVE 2100E

Ø 3”/76

CONNECTING SLEEVE

Ø 2”/50

2107E Ø 2”/50

Ø 3”/76

2008E 2115E 2170E

Ø 2”/50

Ø 2”/50

2120E

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38 2109E

2107E

Ø 1”/26

X 2”/50

Ø 2”/50

2110E

2108E

Ø 1”/26 2169E

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38

2121E

Ø 1.25”/32

2115E 2106E

X 1.5”/38

Ø .7”/17 2168E

Ø 1.25”/32

Ø 1.25”/32

2101E

Ø 1”/25

2167E Ø 1”/25

see above

Part No Description

Part No Description

Part No Description

2008E 2100E 2101E 2106E 2107E*

2108E 2109E 2110E 2115E* 2120E

2121E 2167E 2168E 2169E 2170E

Coupling socket 3”/2”/76/50 mm Intermediate sleeve 3”/2”/76/50 mm Intermediate sleeve 1.25/1”/32/25mm Connecting sleeve 7”/1.25”/17/32 mm Coupling socket 2”/2”/50/50 mm

Coupling socket 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm Connecting sleeve 1”/1.5”/26/38 mm Connecting sleeve 1”/1.25/26/32 mm Connecting sleeve 1.5”/1.5”/38/38 mm Intermediate sleeve 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm

Intermediate sleeve 1.5/1.25/38/32 mm Connecting sleeve 1”/1”/25/25 mm Hose connector 1.25”/32 mm Hose connector 1.5”/38 mm Hose connector 2”/50 mm

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Antistatic Accessories

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Turnable Connectors for Suction Hose; PU COUPLING SOCKET 2158E

INTERMEDIATE SLEEVE

CONNECTING SLEEVE

Ø 2”/50

2158E Ø 2”/50

X 2” /50

2160E

Ø 2”/50

2158E

2159E

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38 Ø 2”/50

2157E

2159E

Ø 1.5”/38

Ø 1.5”/38

Non-Turnable Connectors for Suction Hose; PU 2161E

Ø 2”/50

Part No Description 2157* 2158* 2159* 2160* 2161* 2162*

see above Ø 3”/76 2162E

Ø 2”/50 see above

Coupling socket Ø 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm PU, turnable Coupling socket Ø 2”/2”/50/50 mm PU, turnable Connecting sleeve Ø 1.5”/1.5”/38/38 mm PU, turnable Intermediate sleeve Ø 2”/1.5”/50/38 mm PU, turnable Coupling socket Ø 3”/2”/76/50 mm, EPDM Coupling socket Ø 3”/2”/76/50 mm, Nitrile

Technical Data on Extaction Hose Fittings Description

Coupling socket

Coupling socket Coupling socket

Connecting sleeve

Connecting sleeve

Inter, sleeves Inter, sleeves

Hose connector

160

Scale: 1 Excellent 3 Limited

Dimension Ø (in/mm)

Part No

Colour

Material

Temp °F max/min/ Temp °C max/min

Antistatic

Abrasion resistance

UV and zone resistance

Resistance to Welding Fume

Resistance to solvent and oil

3”/2”/76/50 2”/2”/50/50 2”/1.5”/50/38 3”/2”/76/50 (PU)** 3”/2”/76/50 2”/2”/50/50 2”/2”/50/50 (PU)** 2”/1.5”/50/38 (PU)** 2”/1.5”/50/38 1.5”/1.25”/38/32 1.25”/1.25”/32/32 1.25”/1.5”/32/38 1.5”/1.5/38/38 (PU)** 1.5”/1.5/38/38 2”/2”/50/50 1”/1”/25/25 1.5”/1.5/38/38 1”/1.5”/26/38 1”/1.25”/26/32 .7”/1.25”/17/32 2”/1.5”/50/38 2”/1.5”/50/38 (PU)** 3”/2”/76/50 2”/1.5”/50/38 1.5”/1.25”/38/32 1.25”/1”/32/25 2”/50 1.5”/38 1.25”/32

2008E 2107E 2108E 2161E 2162E 2129E 2158E 2157E 2128E 2133E 2171E 2132E 2159E 2114E 2129E 2167E 2115E 2109E 2110E 2106E 2131E 2160E 2100E 2120E 2121E 2101E 2170E 2169E 2168E

Black Black Black Black Blue Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black Black

EPDM EPDM EPDM EPDM NBR PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 PA12 EPDM EPDM EPDM PA12 PA12 EPDM EPDM EPDM EPDM PA12 PA12 PA12

284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 248/-76/120/-60 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-76/140/-60 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20 284/-4/140/-20

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 3 3

4 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 1 1 4 4 4 4 1 1 1

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Cleaning g Accessories Ø 1.5”/38 mm Part No Description 7235E 7236E 7257E 7258E 7259E 7261E 7276E 7297E 7365E 7374E

7259 7257

7258

7261

Cast Alu Floor Tool B 15”/370 mm Ø 1.5”/38 mm Cast Alu Floor Tool B 18”/450 Ø 1.5”/38 mm Chrome Steel Wand Ø 1.5”/38 mm SLightweight Alu Wand Ø 1.5”/38 mm Lightwieght Alu Wand Ø 1.5”/38 mm, with wear strip Alu Wand Extension Ø 1.5”/38 mm, L = 705 mm Tapered nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm Crevice nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm, B= 8”/200 mm Flat nozzle Ø 1.5”/38 mm L= 14”/350 mm, Antitstatic Brush ESD for 7278E, 7279E

TECHNICAL DATA 7276

7264

7235

7365

7297

7236

7374

Cleaning Accessories Ø 2”/50 mm

Heavy applications Qnom pnom

150 cfm/250 m3/h 32 inwg/8 kPa

Hand Nozzle; Qnom pnom

150 cfm/250 m3/h 12 inwg/3 kPa

Description

7238E 7277E 7279E 7281E

Cast Alu Floor Tool B 20”/500 mm A--2”/50 mm Tapered nozzle Ø 2”/50 mm Suction brush Ø 2”/50 mm Floor nozzle Ø 2”/ 50 mm B 8”/200 mm

TECHNICAL DATA

7281

7238

120 cfm/200 m3/h 20 inwg/5 kPa

Part No

7279

7277

Floor nozzle; Light applications Qnom pnom

Plastic Sacks

Floor nozzle; Qnom pnom

210 cfm/350 m3/h 32 inwg/8 kPa

Hand Nozzle; Qnom pnom

210 cfm/350 m3/h 12 inwg/3 kPa

All plastic sacks are manufactured in strong LD-polyethylene. Sacks are sold in packs of 50. Plastic sacks, model

Antistatic

Volume (gal/litre)

Size (in/mm)

42384

5 gal/20 l

14” x 27.5”/360 x 700 mm

S 11000

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 33.5”/700 x 850 mm/ 27.5” x 43.3”/700 x1100 mm

S 21000

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

S 32000

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

S 34000

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

S 34000X

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

DCF Mobil

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

F 20000

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

F 30000

42111

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

Single-phase dust extractors DC 2800 H Asbestos

Stationary dust extractors

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Pre-separators

* Sacks are sold in packs of 10 Bag strap, Part No 4313, 1 m, Part No 4613, 1.5 m.

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Cleaning Accessories for the Food Processing Industry The food processing industry places special demands on the design of machines and accessories. They have both to maintain high hygiene standards and to minimize the risk of dust explosions (e.g. flour). Our assortment is unique because we provide both ESD approved (antistatic) and FDA certified accessories. By combining these new accessories with our wide range of dust extractors we can offer our customers within the food processing industry a complete and excellent solution.

FDA Certified

7049

7048

7047

ESD */ certified

ESD */and FDA **/ certified

For companies operating with a color-coded concept to maintain high hygiene standards we can provide our brushes in three different makes: black (no mark), red marked and green marked. 7271-01 7264-01

7262-01

7292-01 7293-01 7294-01 703501

7016-01 7017-01 7018-01

703301 7272-01

Part No

Description

7016-01

Suction brush soft complete 70/50 mm (2.8”/2”)

7017-01

Suction brush soft complete 70/50 mm (2.8”/2”), red

7018-01

Suction brush soft complete 70/50 mm (2.8”/2”), green

703301

Hand pipe straight stainless steel 50 mm (2”)

703501

Hand pipe straight stainless steel 38 mm (1.5”)

7047

Suction brush B 200 mm (8”)

7048

Pipe nozzle RB 100 mm (4”)

7049

Pipe nozzle RB 200 mm (8”)

7262-01

Hand pipe bent stainless steel 38 mm (1.5”)

7264-01

Tapered nozzle 38 mm (1.5”)

7271-01

Hand pipe bent stainless steel 50 mm (2”)

7272-01

Tapered nozzle 50 mm (2”)

727401

Suction brush coarse complete 70/50 mm (2.8”/2”)

727402

Suction brush coarse complete 70/50 mm (2.8”/2”), red

727403

Suction brush coarse complete 70/50 mm (2.8”/2”), green

727501

Suction brush coarse complete 70/38 mm (2.8”/1.5”)

727502

Suction brush coarse complete 70/38 mm (2.8”/1.5”), red

727503

Suction brush coarse complete 70/38 mm (2.8”/1.5”), green

7292-01

Suction brush soft complete 70/38 mm (2.8”/1.5”)

7293-01

Suction brush soft complete 70/38 mm (2.8”/1.5”), red

7294-01

Suction brush soft complete 70/38 mm (2.8”/1.5”), green ESD < 108 Ω rubber house FDA certified **/ FDA except milk & edible oils

*/

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727501 727502 727503

727401 727402 727403


Suction Casings

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Capture dust at the source.

The suction casing is the key to an effective source extraction system, it must be light weight and well designed while at the same time efficient at capturing the dust. Dustcontrol’s suction case kits include a variety of clamping rings and spacers to give you flexibility when fitting to different hand power tools.

TECHNICAL DATA

Con.

Q nom  p nom

Small hand-held tools

ø1.25”/32 mm

90 cfm/150 m3/h

14 inwg/3.5 kPa

Hand-held tools

ø1.5”/38 mm

120 cfm/200 m3/h

14 inwg/3.5 kPa

ø1.5”/38 mm

150 cfm /250 m3/h

20 inwg/5.0 kPa

Large hand-held tools e.g. 9” depressed centre disc

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Suction Casing Kit for Depressed Center Wheels, Abrasive Discs and Diamond Discs (N,K): 1

2

Measure the diameter of the disc.

Measure the diameter of the mounting collar on the machine - ØD and the height of the machine - H.

3

Note: The disc has to be thinner than 18 mm.

Disc Diameter

Ø D (in/mm)

H (in/mm)

Hose connection, Ø (in/mm)

Part No

4 ½’’ (115 mm) 5’’ (125 mm) 5’’ (125 mm) 7’’ (175 mm) 9’’* 9’’ 9’’ 9’’ 9’’ 9’’ 9’’ 9’’ 9’’ 9’’

1.6”–1.9”/40–49 1.6”–1.8”/40–45 1.8”–2.1”/46–53 2.4”–2.6” & 2.9”–3”/62–65 & 74–77 4.4”/112 2.7”/68 2.9”/74 2.9”/74 2”/50 2.4”/62 2.4”/62 2.4”/62 2.6”/65 2.5”/64 2.3”/58

1.2”–1.8”/31–46 1.2”–1.8”/31–46 1.2”–1.8”/31–46 1.2”–2”/31–51 1.5”/37 2”/51 2.1”/54 1.5”/37 1.9”/47 2.1”/54 2”/50 1.9”/48 1.6”/40 2”/52 2.1”/54

1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38

6676 6677** 6678 6679 6221* 6202* 6302* 6349* 6500* 6416* 6438* 6555* 6842* 6427* 6537*

Size of the disc

H (in/mm)

Hose connection, Ø (in/mm)

Part No

9’’ 9’’

1.6”/41 2.3/59

1.5”/38 1.5”/38

6805* 6388*

Model specific suction casings Model Atlas Copco GTG 40 FO66-23 Georges Renault KL 365

*With the clamping rings welded on the suction casings. * *Some Hitachi machines have a Ø1.6 /40 mm conical neck. With these it is necessary to buy an aluminium ring (Part No 6270). When mounted on the machine this aluminium ring enlarges the ØD of the machine to 2”/50 mm – therefore choose suction casing package 5’’ – Part No 6678.

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Suction Casing Kit for Diamond Cup Wheels (D): 1

2

Measure the diameter of the disc.

3

Measure the diameter of the mounting collar on the machine - ØD and the height of the machine - H.

Disc Diameter

Ø D (in/mm)

H (in/mm)

Hose connection, Ø (in/mm)

Part No

4 ½’’ (115 mm) 5’’ (125 mm) 5’’ (125 mm) 7’’ (175 mm) 7’’ (175 mm)

1.6”–1.9”/40–49 1.6”–1.9”/40–49 2”/50 2.1”–2.4”/54–61 2.4”–2.6” & 2.9”–3” / 62–65 & 74–77

1.9”–2.1”/49–54 1.9”–2.8”/49–70 1.5”–2.4”/38–61 2.5”–2.8”/63–72 2.5”–3.4”/63–86

1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.5”/38 1.5”/38

6681 6682 6673 6683 6684

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Suction Casing Kit for Sanding Discs (F): 1

2

Measure the diameter of the disc.

Measure the diameter of the mounting collar on the machine - ØD and the height of the machine - H.

3

Disc Diameter

Ø D (in/mm)

1½–3’’ (38–75 mm) 1.1”/27 4’’ (100 mm) 1.6”–1.9”/40–49 4 ½’’ (115 mm) 1.6”–1.9”/40–49 5’’ (125 mm) 1.6”–1.9”/40–49 5’’ (125 mm) 2”/50 7’’ (175 mm) 2.1”–2.4”/54–61 7’’ (175 mm) 2.4”–2.6” & 2.9”–3”/62–65 & 74–77

H (in/mm)

Part No

* 1.5”–1.7”/39–44 1.5”–1.9”/39–48 1.5”–1.9”/39–48 1.5”–2.1”/38–61 2”–2.3”/50–59 2”–2.9”/50–73

6833* 6670 6671 6672 6673 6674 6675

Connection Ø (in/mm) 1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.25”/32 1.5”/38 1.5”/38

* Some Hitachi machines have a Ø1.6”/40 mm conical neck. With these it is necessary to buy an aluminium ring (Part No 6270). When mounted on the machine this aluminium ring enlarges the ØD of the machine to 2”/50 mm – therefore choose suction casing package 5’’ N, K – Part No 6678.

Suction Casing Kit for Abrasive Cup Stone (S): 1

2 3

Measure the diameter of the cup.

Measure the diameter of the mounting collar on the machine - ØD and the height of the machine - H.

Cup Diameter

Ø D (in/mm)

H (in/mm)

Connection, Ø (in/mm)

Part No

5’’ (125 mm)

2”–3”/50–77

1.8”–3.2”/46–81

1.5”/38

6680

Model specific suction casings Model

Size of the disc

Connection, Ø (in/mm)

Part No

Bosch

6” (150 mm)

1.5”/38

6023

Atlas Copco GTG 40 S060

6” (150 mm)

1.5”/38

6353

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Hammer Drills, Chisels and Breakers

6621

6622

6077

6078

Bellow to Part No 6078, 6622 and 6621 7033

6001

Part No 6622 is perfect for small chisel hammers – and hammer drills. Part No 6077 is perfect for small chisel hammers.

Suction casings B, H, M, L Tool connection Ø D (in/mm)

Hose connection (in/mm)

Height (in/mm)

Part No

2.4”/61 1.9”/48 1.7”/43 1.25”/32 – Bellow to part no 6078, 6621, 6622

1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.5”/38 1.25”/32 2”/50

7”/178 6.2”/158 6.2”/158 4.4”/112 3.9”/100

6078 6621 6622 6077 6001 6130

Model specific suction casings Model Atlas Copco RRD 37/RRD 57 Atlas Copco BBD 11/RRC73

Hose connection Ø D (in/mm)

Part No

1.5”/38 1.5”/38

6229 6152

Note: For longer points or hammer drill bits, use two or more bellows, Part No 6130. These will slip on to each other.

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Reciprocating Saw Suction casings C Hose connection (in/mm)

Part No

1.25â&#x20AC;?/32

Machine model

6290

Atlas Copco SSE 1000 X/SQ/, Milwaukee 65xx-xx (Sawzall)

Circular Saw Hose connection (in/mm)

Part No

Machine model

1.25â&#x20AC;?/32

6269

Milwaukee 6378

F Sanding Disc

Machine

D

D Diamond Cup Grinding Disc

Model

d

H

N, K. Depressed Center Disc, Abrasive discs or Diamond Cup Wheels

S Abrasive Cup Stone

Type

h

A

B

M

LEGEND F D N K S

Sanding disc Diamond Cup Wheel Depressed Centre disc Abrasive disc, Diamond Cup wheel Abrasive Cup stonel

Information Fax Back Form In this catalogue, we have included suction casings for the most common power tool types and manufacturers. If you do not find the suction casings here for your tool, send us the dimensions according to the table (diagram) below or call your local representative. Message to: ...................................................... From : ............................................................. This message contains .............. page (s) in total Please refer to the back page of this catalogue to find the telephone, fax number or e-mail address for your local Dustcontrol rep. It is important that measurements should be taken as accurately as possible to avoid incorrect selections, e.g. with a Vernier Caliper. 168


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Suction Casing, consumable parts D1

Description

Dimension D1 in/mm

H

Plastic ring for saucer grinder

D2 D1

D2 in/mm

Part no H in/mm

5S 6S

4.8”/121 5.5”/139 2”/50 5.8”/147 6.5”/164 2”/50

6003 6004

1½F 2F 3F 4F 4½F 4½F 5F

1.5”/39 1.5”/39 1.5”/39 2.8”/72 2.8”/72 2.8”/72 2.8”/72

2.3”/59 2.7”/69 3.7”/95 4.6”/117 5.3”/135 5.3”/135 5.7”/145

6314 6313 6312 6182 6181 618100 6195

.9”/23 .9”/23 1” /25 .5”/13 .5”/13 .9”/23 .5”/13

H

Rubber collar for fibre disc (F)

H

Rubber collar for fibre disc (F)

5F

3.8”/96

5.9”/150 .6”/15

6006

Rubber collar for osc. sanding machine

5O 6O

2.8”/72 3.8”/96

5.7”/145 1.5”/38 6.7”/170 1.1”/28

6212 6180

Rubber collar for fibre disc (F)

7F 7F 8F 9F

4.4”/112 4.4”/112 4.4”/112 4.5”/113

7.7”/196 7.7”/196 8.7”/221 10”/250

6002 6034 6211 6039

D2 D1

D2 D1

H D2 D1

H

.7”/19 1.4”/35 1.6”/41 1.25”32

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Customized Suction Casings Dustcontrol can customize the suction casing to suit the production process.

Robot deburring for telecom parts.

Suction casing mounted on slitter knife in printing press.

Food packaging industry.

11 Suction casing mounted on slitter knife in printing press.

Suction casing mounted on slitter knife in printing press.

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Filters

Conical pleated filter with sealing flange and a filterprotective jacket. The HEPA filter is mounted inside the fine filter.

Cellulose Fine Filter Good quality standard filter with high filtration efficiency. Epoxy treated for resistance to humidity and other elements. Polyester Fine Filter High quality filter material with exceptional resistance to most elements. Particularly suitable to high humidity applications such as machine and tool shops where cutting and cooling fluids are used. Filter can be washed.

Conical pleated filter with sealing flange.

HEPA Filter The HEPA filter is made of fibreglass material with a support layer of cellulose. Filtration efficiency is 99.995% EN 60335. Note: When changing filters the gasket of the filter holder has to be checked and cleaned.Leakage is not permitted in Asbestos applications.

Cylindrical pleated filter with bayonet mounting.

In applications requiring special filter materials, standard filter configurations can be ordered with alternative materials.

DC 1800, DC 2900 Part No 42029 42029ST 42028 42027

Description Fine filter Fine filter, 48 pcs Fine filter HEPA H13 filter

Construction Pleated around support cyl. Pleated Pleated

Material Area (ft2 /m2 ) Cellulose, epoxy treated 16.2/1.5 Cellulose Polyester 16.2/1.5 Cellulose, fibreglass 7.5/0.7

Classification Max temp (°F /°C) IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 176/80 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 HEPA H13

266/130 176/80

DC 3800a, DC 3800c, DC 3800c Turbo, DC 3800 Turbo EX , DC 3800c Twin, DC 3800 TR S, DC 3800i, DC 3800 Stationary Part No 42026 42026ST 42025 42025ST 4202501 42465 42024 42398

Description Fine filter Fine filter, 24 pcs Fine filter Fine filter, 24 pcs Fine filter Fine filter PTFE HEPA H13 filter Fine filter

Construction Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated Pleated around support cyl.

Material Area (ft2 /m2 ) Cellulose, epoxy treated 26.9/2.5 Cellulose Polyester 26.9/2.5 Polyester Polyester 26.9/2.5 Polyester PTFE 26.9/2.5 Cellulose, fibreglass 15.1/1.40 Polyester 26.9/2.5

Classification Max temp (°F /°C) IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 176/80 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1

266/130

IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 HEPA H13 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1

176/80 266/130 176/80 266/130

DC 5900a/c 5 kW, DC 5800a/c 9.2 kW S /P, DC 5900a/c PTFE, DC 5800i, DC 5800 TR, S 11000, S 21000, S 32000, S 34000, DC 11-Module Part No 429203 429204 4292 4422 4284 428402 429206 42807 42869

Description Fine filter PTFE Fine filter Fine filter HEPA H13 filter, TR (installed under top cover) Fine filter S 34000X Fine filter antistatic S 34000 Fine filter antistatic HEPA H13 filter HEPA H13 filter

Construction Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl.

Material Area (ft2 /m2 ) Polyester PTFE 53.8/5.0 Polyester 53.8/5.0 Polyester 90.4/8.4 Cellulose, fibreglass 25.0/2.32 Polyester 129.6/12 Polyester 129.6/12 Polyester 90.4/8.4 Cellulose, fibreglass 40.0/3.72 Cellulose, fibreglass 29.5/2.74

Classification Max temp (°F /°C) IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 HEPA H13 176/80 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 HEPA H13 176/80 HEPA H13 176/80

Construction Carpet Pleated Carpet Pleated Pleated around support

Material Area (ft2 /m2 ) Polyester 6.5/0.6 Polyester 1.9/0.18 Cellulose, fibreglass 49.1/4.56 Cellulose, fibreglass 101.4/9.42

Classification Max temp (°F /°C) G4 122/50 G3 176/80 HEPA H13 176/80 HEPA H13 122/50

Air Cleaners: DC AirCube 2000/DC AirCube 500 Part No 42619 42690 42692 42896

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Description Pre-filter Pre-filter HEPA H13 filter HEPA H13 filter


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Filters for Earlier models DC 2500i, DC 2500, DC 2500 Twin Part No 4889 404901 4821 4133

Description Fine filter cylindric Fine filter cylindric HEPA H13 filter HEPA H13 filter (installed in the fine filter)

DC 2700c, DC 2700i DC 2800c Rental Part No 42029 42029ST 42028

Construction Pleated Pleated around support cyl. Pleated Pleated around support cyl.

Material Polyester Cellulosa Cellulose, fibreglass Cellulose, fibreglass

Area (ft2 /m2 ) 15.1/1.4 16.2/1.5 16.2/1.5 5.4/0.5

Classification Max temp (°F /°C IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 158/70 HEPA H13 158/70 HEPA H13 176/80

From serial number 2527595, the DC 2700c and the DC 2700i can be equipped with a separate HEPA-filter (Part No. 42027). Older models shall be equipped with a single HEPA combifilter., DC 2800a/c,

Description Fine filter Fine filter, 48 pcs Fine filter

Material Area (ft2 /m2 ) Cellulose, epoxy treated 16.2/1.5 Cellulose Polyester 16.2/1.5

Classification Max temp (°F /°C IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 176/80

Material Polyester Cellulose Cellulose, fibreglass Cellulose, fibreglass Cellulose, fibreglass

Area (ft2 /m2 ) 16.2/1.5 16.2/1.5 16.2/1.5 15.1/1.4 24.8/2.3

Classification Max temp (°F /°C IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 176/80 HEPA H13 158/70 HEPA H13 176/80 HEPA H13 176/80

Construction Pleated Pleated Pleated around support cyl.

Material Polyester Cellulose, fibreglass Cellulosa, fibreglass

Area (ft2 /m2 ) 16.2/1.5 16.2/1.5 24.8/2.3

Classification Max temp (°F /°C IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130 HEPA H13 176/80 HEPA H13 176/80

Construction Pleated around support cyl. Pleated

Material Area (ft2 /m2 ) Cellulose, epoxy treated 26.9/2.5 Polyester 26.9/2.5

Classification Max temp (°F /°C IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 176/80 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 266/130

Construction Pleated around support cyl. Pleated

IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1

266/130

DC 3500, DC 3500 TR, DC 3500 Stationary, DC 5500, DC 5500i Part No 408801 408803 4821 4366 4422

Description Fine filter conic Fine filter HEPA H13 filter, DC 3500 TR HEPA H13 filter, DC 3500 (installed on exhaust) HEPA H13 filter, DC 5500 5 kW (installed under top cover)

Construction Pleated Pleated Pleated Pleated around support cyl. Pleated around support cyl.

DC 3500i, DC 5700c, DC 5800 a/c 5 kW, DC 5800 a/c PTFE Part No 4916 4917 4422

Description Fine filter conic Combi-filter DC 3500i (Fine filter + HEPA H13 filter) HEPA H13 filter DC 5700 5 kW (installed under top cover)

DC 3700c Part No 42026 42025

Description Fine filter Fine filter

Air Cleaners DC 380/DC 1500/DC AirCube/DC AirCube Rental/DC AirCube X2 Part No 4080 4669 4079 42136 4667

Description Pre-filter, DC 380 Pre-filter, DC 1500 Combi-filter (Fine filter + HEPA H13 filter), DC 380 Combi-filter (Fine filter + HEPA H13 filter) Combi-filter (Fine filter + HEPA H13 filter), DC 1500

Construction Carpet, single ply Carpet, single ply Cartridge, pleated Cartridge, pleated Cartridge, pleated

Material Polyester Polyester Fibreglass Cellulose, fibreglass Fibreglass

Area (ft2 /m2 ) 1.08/0.1 3.2/0.3 50.9/4.7 56.1/5.2 171.7/15.9

Classification Max temp (°F /°C G4 212/100 IEC EN 60335-2-69 Part 1 212/100 HEPA H13 248/120 HEPA H13 176/80 HEPA H13 248/120

Some of our most common filters

42029

42028

42027

42026

42025

42024

4292

4889

404901

4133

408801

408803

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Plastic Sacks All plastic sacks are manufactured in strong LD-polyethylene.

Plastic sacks, model

Standard

Antistatic/ESD

Volume (gal/litre)

Size (in/mm)

Single-phase dust extractors DC 1800

42291*/

4 gal/15 l

21.7” x 21.7”/550 x 550 mm

DC 2900c

42702 Intellibag*/

5 gal/20 l

17.7” x 24.4”/450 x 620 mm

5 gal/20 l

14” x 27.5”/360 x 700 mm

DC 3800c

/

4314**

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

DC 3800c Twin

4314**/

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

DC 3800c Turbo

4314**/

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

DC 3800c Twin Turbo

4314**/

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

15.5 gal/60 l

25.2 x 39.4/640 x 1000 mm

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

15.5 gal/60 l

25.2 x 39.4/640 x 1000 mm

DC 2800 H Asbestos

42285

42384

Three-phase dust extractors

DC 5900c

46145 Intellibag*

/

Compressed air dust extractors DC 3800 TR S DC 5800 TR

4314**/ 46145 Intellibag*

/

Stationary dust extractors S 11000

4714**/

42111**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

S 21000

/

4714**

42111**

/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

S 32000

4714**/

42111**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

S 34000

4714**/

42111**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

/

/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

S 34000X

4714**

DC 3800 Stationary

4314**/

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

DC 11-Module

4714**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

DCF 2800

42702 Intellibag*/

5 gal/20 l

17.7” x 24.4”/450 x 620 mm

DCF 2500

42702 Intellibag*/

5 gal/20 l

17.7” x 24.4”/450 x 620 mm

42111**

Pre-separators

/

DCF 3500

4314**

DCF Mobil

4714**/

F 8000

4714**/

42111**/

/

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

F 11000

4714**

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

F 20000

4714**/

42111**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

F 30000

4714**/

42111**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

5 gal/20 l

17.7” x 24.4”/450 x 620 mm

Old dust extractors DC 2500 DC 2500 Twin

42702 Intellibag*/ /

4314**

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

DC 2700c

42702 Intellibag*/

5 gal/20 l

17.7” x 24.4”/450 x 620 mm

DC 2800c

42702 Intellibag*/

5 gal/20 l

17.7” x 24.4”/450 x 620 mm

DC 2800c Rental

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42702 Intellibag*

5 gal/20 l

17.7” x 24.4”/450 x 620 mm

DC 3500

4314**/

10.5 gal/40 l

19.7” x 33.5”/500 x 850 mm

DC 5500

4714**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

DC 5800c

4714**/

23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

DC 11000

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23 gal/90 l

27.5” x 43.3”/700 x 1100 mm

4714**

*/ Sacks are sold in packs of 10 **/ Sacks are sold in packs of 50 174

Bag strap, Part No 4313, 1 m, Part No 4613, 1.5 m.



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