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Why do you ban smoking in your manufacturing plants but still allow your personnel to breathe in oil mist and aerosols? These aerosols and oil mist can kill, same like smoking! The REVEN brochure gives an answer to this question! To download the brochure, please click on the following link: Oil_mist_can_kill
The Spanish ITP Aerospace in Bilbao produces under clean room conditions http://www.itpaero.com jet engines for the military and civil aviation, so for the airbus A 340. In a conditioned hall the engine parts are worked on gigantic milling machines, among which some come close to the size of a family home.
In order to keep the hall free of oil and emulsion mist, one or more X-CYCLONE C series high-performance oil mist separators from the Swabian company Rentschler Reven are installed on each machine. In several separation stages, even the finest microparticles in the nano range are trapped. This decentralized technology saves energy because only the separators of the running machines are in operation. And in case of a breakdown, not all production stops. The service is also easier and is possible without interrupting production.
The high separation efficiency comes about through the multi-stage technology: In a three-stage separator, for example, the first stage – an X-CYCLONE separation element – captures the solid particles and oil droplets in the order of 1 μm. The subsequent agglomerator concentrates the finer particles. These are in turn separated by another X-CYCLONE element.
In Bilbao, the separators sometimes have two additional stages: an air scrubber removes gas and odors, and in machines that release smoke, the final stage is still a particulate filter used. The high separation efficiency, according to Reven, allows the return of clean air to the hall. Further information on the X-CYCLONE C-Series air purifier product series used at ITP can be found here: http://www.reven.de/index.php?id=123&L=0
The new REVEN air cleaner catalog also includes all new developments such as the intelligent ventilation controls for machinery centers and commercial kitchens, according to the new Industrie 4.0 standard. The first twenty pages of the new REVEN air purifier catalog also contain a brief summary of our successful series of seminars, providing information on workplace limits, air pollution control, X-cyclone separator technology, induction systems, flame and explosion protection, CFD flow analysis and new European standards. All this is available in these languages as download and ePaper:
– German – English – French – Dutch – Chinese – Japanese – Hungarian – Romanian – Russian – Spanish – Italian – Portuguese
All versions for download here: http://webkiosk.reven.de/reven-air-cleaners/59410010
An efficient capturing of pollutants is the basic prerequisite that these can then be separated from the air flow with high separation levels or high filter efficiencies, as required for example in current ventilation standards such as the new EN 16282.
Capturing pollutants in industry, as well as commercial kitchen ventilation, is often very complex. The reason for this is that the actual air flows of the pollutants are not known and these are far too often, much too simplistic adopted. Thus, for example, flow models of the German VDI 2052 standard are equated with the flow conditions encountered in reality when capturing pollutants. That It is assumed that a thermal air flow flows from bottom to top in a rectangular capturing device and arrived there, then all pollutants are to be sucked in near real time by the capturing device and delivered to the exhaust ductwork. Such assumptions and such flow models have nothing to do with the actual flow conditions and such assumptions are wrong!
The injection or acceleration of air flowing into the capturing device can considerably improve the capturing efficiency of such devices. In English this is explained (simplified and not quite serious 😉 ) as follows: Fan & Vacuum = Best Friends (see picture). This means the following: Each pollutant air flow flowing into a capturing device, entrains surrounded air with them, this anyway in the detection device flowing ambient air can now be accelerated by a fan and blown direct into the vacuum area were the filters and separators are installed, so that they arrived there can be sucked off faster. But such systems only really work when “Fan & Vacuum” become best friends! This means that the blowing and sucking must be very well matched, fluidic as well as the ratio of the injected and extracted air volumes. A short summary of these conditions can also be found in an explanatory video: https://youtu.be/APk5VOh4PYA?t=46s
This system is used, for example, in the new REVEN induction hoods, which meanwhile work without direct blown in outside air and only accelerate the ambient air flowing into the capturing device, like described above and thus increase the capturing efficiency heavily! We are happy to explain these flow topics to you as part of an in-house training course. If you are interested, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Take a look at the explainer video by REVEN Professor Smart for the new, even more efficient REVEN induction hood: https://youtu.be/APk5VOh4PYA?t=46s
The immediate cosmological surroundings are the research focus of the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research: the solar system with its planets and moons. The aim of the scientists is not only to theoretically model the workings of the solar system and simulate them on the computer, however. In close cooperation with their engineer colleagues, they also develop and build scientific instruments that investigate these celestial bodies.
To do this, the institute collaborates with international space agencies such as NASA and ESA on numerous missions. When building these scientific instruments, X-CYCLONE® air cleaners ensure a clean and healthy atmosphere in the production rooms! All workplace air values were very good at measurements done by the Max Planck Institute! More at https://flic.kr/s/aHsksEgtp5
The cci newspaper, the leading German specialist newspaper for the ventilation industry, reports in its latest issue on smart and modern kitchen ventilation 4.0 and on the new European EN 16282 standard. The articles and an interview can be found by clicking on the following link.