In order to prevent the production site from being polluted with oil mist, oil mist separators suck the coolant fumes from the working area of the machine tools. Often, the separators run at full capacity, regardless of the current requirements. The consumption of energy and coolants is therefore unnecessarily high.
As an alternative to conventional on / off control, Rentschler Reven now offers the digital power controller XSC (X-Cyclone Speed Control), whose sensor technology measures the machining activity of the machine tool. An intelligent control unit adjusts the suction power continuously via ventilation valves and an optional frequency converter with a micro computer and algorithms. The aerosol separator communicates with the machine. Its power consumption can be halved and thanks to a patented Venturi ventilation and condensation system, the separation efficiency can be increased up to 50%. Furthermore the XSC system extends the maintenance intervals for filter cleaning and also the filter service life.
A pressure and flow sensor also detects the door state of the machine. If the door is opened, the suction power rises and ensures a stable vacuum in the work area of the machine tool. This prevents coolants particles from leaving the machine. The XSC control can be retrofitted with all encapsulated machine tools; Controllers and sensors are installed within a few hours, and thanks to the modern frequency inverter, the operating condition of the oil mist separator can be transferred online to an existing building control system. https://youtu.be/bX2VTGe2xT8
In order to improve the cost-effectiveness of ventilation in large kitchens, Rentschler REVEN provides the intelligent fan speed control system RSC, whose microprocessor adjusts the speed of the supply- and exhaust fan variable to the cooking activity. Temperature and humidity sensors, adapted to the conditions of commercial large kitchens, recognise the cooking activity; the controller then drives the supply and exhaust air up or down, and at the same time, the required air volumes are moved into various cooking zones via ventilation flaps. This saves energy, prolongs the service life of downstream air cleaners and avoids uncomfortable air draft. A case study: A large commercial kitchen in southern Germany has a ventilation system with an air volume of 20,000m³/h. It causes energy costs for fans, cooling and heating of approximately 60,000 Euros per year. A required RSC ventilation control halves these costs! For more information, visit https://youtu.be/3NdAPMrlE8Y and https://youtu.be/B-ooG358w24
Who wants to wake up to know that there are restaurants, residential buildings, or mechanical workshops will be built across the street? Would the community’s reaction change if the prospective projects changed to hazardous waste facility, incinerators, garbage dumps, or infectious disease hospital? A common reaction would be “Not In My Back Yard”, or NIMBY.
Dr. Iyad Al-Attar discusses why air filtration considerations should be included in the decision-making process.
“Efficient aerosol separation in the exhaust air” – Technical paper on Climate Control Middle East magazine by Dr. Iyad Al – Attar: NIMBY_article.pdf
Equipment for commercial kitchens – Components for ventilation. More @ http://blog.air-reven.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Info_REVEN_EN_16282_EN.pdf
Equipment pour cuisines professionelles – Eléments de ventilation. Plus @ http://blog.air-reven.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Info_REVEN_EN_16282_FR.pdf
The standard is introduced in all CEN member states – La norme sera introduite dans tous les États membres du CEN
CEN members (Technical Committee CEN/TC 156) are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.
More CEN member info @ https://www.cen.eu/you/EuropeanStandardization/Pages/default.aspx
YouTube video about the REVEN air cleaner seminar in Birmingham England: youtu.be/REVEN_UK_Seminar
Learn more about our industrial X-CYCLONE air cleaners with the help of this video!
YouTube English: https://youtu.be/FA7fkj-stBg
YouTube Français: https://youtu.be/TRDeA_BxVpc
MP4 Video Download English: http://www.reven-video.net/REVEN_Explainer_Video_EN.mp4
MP4 Video Download Français: http://www.reven-video.net/REVEN_Explainer_Video_FR.mp4
Rentschler REVEN GmbH gives its opinion on a press releases published by the HKI association The German Industrial Association of House, Heating and Kitchen Technology HKI is an organisation of manufacturers of commercial kitchen equipment.
The HKI Industrial Association has published a press information with the German title “Heiße Luft in der Großküche auf Abwegen?!“ (Hot air flowing astray in commercial kitchens) on 30 January. The publication deals with the handling of hot air and pollutants in kitchen extraction systems. The private limited company Rentschler REVEN GmbH gives the following statement on this press article: Revens-opinion-on-HKI
Induction technology in the cci HVAC magazine – Article in the cci magazine on flow-optimised induction technology: REVEN – Induction cci Magazine.pdf
For further info concerning the new induction technology please also visit: REVEN_induction_page
P.S.: Going against the stream also means going upstream to the source, much like salmons go to the source water. It also means going against the social, cultural, brain conditionings and habits that are unwholesome, biased and corrupt.
The new demand controlled Speed Control ventilation system for machine tools and commercial kitchens
Learn with the new REVEN explainer videos, how to save thousands of US$ with your oil mist separators or your commercial kitchen ventilation thanks to the new Speed Control: www.speed-control.info
Speed Control a SCHAKO Group Development