Keller Lufttechnik offers a variety of sensing devices that have been tested in practice and that ensure an almost 100% removal of swarfs, dust, droplets, mist, fumes or noxious gases. Despite the presence of suction points for the successful separation of these contaminants, there may be no sensing devices in place. So to this end, Keller can select the appropriate accessories from its wide selection of standardized elements, and in some cases, will custom design individual parts such as covers and aprons.
In the presence of fumes or dust-laden air, extraction arms are a good complement for extraction systems. They apply suction directly at the source of dust or smoke without hindering the workflow.
The right design for every process
With a single handle, the extraction arm can be accurately moved to the desired suction position within seconds. Supporting rods and joints are deliberately mounted on the exterior to remain clean without impeding the air flow. Keller offers a variety of designs from standard extraction arms, to ATEX compliant versions, to special extraction arms for the pharmaceutical, food, and chemical industries.
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Nozzle plates are constructed by galvanized sheet steel with circumferential fold and integrated exhaust nozzle. The nozzle plates can be modular combined to a large unit by means of installation rails.
Simple but efficient and high-performance dust collection
The simple and light steel construction is cost-efficient, flat and space-saving. The efficiency is higher compared to standard hoods as a higher vacuum area can be created.
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Machine housing is at the core of effective separation results. To prevent the unintented intake of chips we recommend using the collection device ProChip with an integrated flow lock. Depending on the volume of the machine processing area, ProChip collection can be individually customized for optimal separation results.
Because of the flow lock, collected chips bounce off and fall back into the work area. The resulting centrifugal effect further ensures the partial pre-separation of the extracted dust and coolants.