Euromate | Industrial Air Cleaner
INDUSTRIAL AIR CLEANER
The HF industrial air cleaner is a robust, volume air cleaning system that is built around a main filter and has an integrated fan. It extracts airborne pollution typical for large, industrial buildings where processes mainly concern manufacturing, processing, packaging, transport and storage.
The HF air cleaner is equipped with a specific main filter, depending on the problem:
HFE – Removes (fine)dust, smoke and oil particles
HFC – Removes odours and gasses
HFM – Removes (fine)dust, rubber particles and smoke
THE EUROMATE HFE
The HFE air cleaner is available through the combination of air volume, voltage and air flow direction in four models. In addition, you have a variety of pre and final filters available.
The HFM version uses a pocket filter to filter among other things fine dust, wood dust and smoke. The industrial air cleaner in HFC version uses special activated carbon and this releases the air from gases and odors. Remote controls and an oil drainer are other optional additions.
HOW DOES THE HFE WORK?
As the polluted air enters the Euromate HFE it passes through the high-voltage ionisation section. Here, the dust particles become positively charged. The contaminated air then passes through the collector section. There, the electrically charged particles are attracted by grounded plates. In this way, the smallest particles (up to 0.01 micron) are removed from the airflow. The contaminated air is drawn through the filter by a directly driven centrifugal fan which is compliant with ErP 2015. The HFE is easily mounted to the ceiling, a column or the wall. Standard versions are available for two airflow directions (left to right, right to left). There is no need to install ductwork nor is it necessary to modify other nearby systems such as heaters and sprinklers.
EASY INSTALLATION OF THE HF AIR CLEANER
Installation of the HFE air cleaner is simple: mounted on the ceiling or in a column on the wall, it ensures the ideal air quality. The installation of pipelines is not necessary. The standard versions are available for two air flow directions (from left to right and vice versa).