New generation of extraction and filtration systems for medium quantities of gases, vapors, and dusts
ULT AG has completely redesigned its ULT 200 product range and now introduces a new generation of extraction and filtration devices. With space-saving and modular construction, these systems efficiently remove soldering fume and dust as well as gases, odors, and vapors. The extraction systems‘ modularity allows for a high flexibility and adaptation to changing process conditions.
The newly designed devices have been engineered to result in simple and intuitive handling, providing even more functionalities, extremely low-noise operation and increased customer benefits. Thanks to the specially developed integrated vacuum stabilization, the filtration systems adjust the extraction performance automatically and flexibly to the necessary contaminant-capturing rate. In particular, this enables pollutant capturing at several workplaces, which may help to save costs to a high degree.
Depending on application, the new air purification systems will be provided with a specially configured multistage filtration concept, including HEPA filters. The cost-efficient separately exchangeable prefilters increase the main filters‘ durability and, thus, significantly minimize replacement and expendable part costs.
The main filters‘ separation rates of more than 99.95% includes the filtration of nanoparticles. Activated carbon or chemisorption stages for gas filtration may be added.
The utilization of Z-Line filters as cardboard boxes allows for simple filter handling and low contamination filter exchange.
The systems provide a filter exchange prewarning at 80% filter saturation. That enables sufficient time to plan the safe and convenient replacement of filters resulting in shorter down-times and, hence, time and cost savings. An M12 interface for device connection is also integrated.
The new system range can be equipped with flexible and extensible capturing solutions to individually adapt to changing process conditions or local condition