Automatic Filtering system.

Our long experience in the field of suction of dust, waste and fabric clippings from different types of pro­cessing machines has led us to develop a new automatic filtering and cleaning system with significant advantages both from the automation and efficiency points of view. It consists of a monobloc unit op­tionally fitted in galvanized sheet iron panels containing a pre-filtering system for fiber separation and a drum filter to collect the particles. Because of the action of the unique automatic cleaning systems the efficiency of the unit is guaranteed. The clean air can either be recycled directly in the room or expelled externally. It is possible either to connect the unit with the air conditioning system or alternatively to have an independent system with preheating and/or humidification of the air. The separated dust par­ticles can either be released without air pressure via a condenser-compactor located on top of contai­ners or on bale presses. It can also be conveyed to a pneumatic bagging machine which compacts into bags “type Australia.”

  • Fabric finishing departments
    suction from shearing machines, raising machines and singeing machines.
  • Fiber blending departments for woollen and semi worsted spinning
    suction from condensers, storage bins, beaters, carding willows and bale openers etc.
  • Rag tearing
    energy saving centralized suction from tearing machines with can also be fed direct from rag feeding and packing plants.
  • O.E. Spinning
    connection with suction lines from flat cards. Suction from hopper feeder silos, conden­sers for feeding flat cards and recycling of raw materials, bea­ters. cleaners etc.
  • Non-woven
    suction for dust suppression on cards, fiber preparation machi­nes, condensers etc.
  • Combing mills
    suction of noils and carding wa­stes.

New special applications to other sectors with feasibility studies according to your own requirements.

The section can either be centralized, via one fan only, or subdivided into individual sections for each machine or for different lines utilizing more fans and taking into consideration the pos­sible utilization of existing plants.