Dust Extraction

Efficient technology against polluted air.

Dust is a health ha­zard and no­bo­dy wants to be ex­po­sed to it for any pro­lon­ged pe­ri­od of time.

Yet, ex­ces­si­ve dust is ty­pi­cal of many work­pla­ces – in quar­ries and du­ring tun­nel con­struc­tion sites as well as in steel mills and du­ring de­mo­li­ti­on work. Here is whe­re the SEKA dust extrac­tion sys­tem EBA 80 co­mes in. It gua­ran­tees a works­pace free from un­he­althy dust.

Clean air in adverse environments

Dust extraction systems are designed for applications where existing legal requirements do not specifically demand any particular protective equipment according to the DGUV 201-004 standard. This refers to all environments that are characterized by high dust levels while the breathing air is not contaminated with toxic substances that represent a health hazard.

Typical Installations

Our Installations

Dust extraction:
Filter for better breathing air

A dust extrac­tion sys­tem ba­si­cal­ly con­sists of the same com­po­n­ents as a pro­tec­tive ven­ti­la­ti­on sys­tem. This me­ans, it pres­ses dust loa­ded outs­ide air through a fil­ter sys­tem and blows it into the ca­bin. The only dif­fe­rence is that a dust extrac­tion sys­tem is not a ble to re­mo­ve any noxious fu­mes or to­xic ga­ses from the air. The­re is also no air cir­cu­la­ti­on sys­tem and no ful­ly sea­led ca­bin.

Upgrade for increased requirements

SEKA dust extrac­tion sys­tems con­sist of the very same com­po­n­ents as SEKA pro­tec­tive ven­ti­la­ti­on sys­tems. They are also de­si­gned ac­cor­ding to the same prin­ciple with a fan moun­ted at the air in­let of the sys­tem. This turns our tech­no­lo­gy into a fle­xi­ble so­lu­ti­on that can be up­graded any­ti­me. Up­gra­ding a dust extrac­tion sys­tem to a pro­tec­tive ven­ti­la­ti­on sys­tem only re­qui­res sea­ling the ca­bin plus ad­ding an air cir­cu­la­ti­on sys­tem with in­te­gra­ted fil­ter as well as a con­trol unit to con­trol the ad­di­tio­nal func­tions.

Filter Technology

Ex­act­ly the right fil­ter for any en­vi­ron­ment.

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