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Polex TM e-MISSION Control TM 1500 Dust Control

emission 1500 mobile dust collector

Operating Principle
Contaminated air enters the eMISSION CONTROL 1500 through the hood of the extraction arm. Polluted air is filtered by a filtration cartridge. Clean air is re-circulated into the work area.

Cleaning Mechanism
Compressed air is ejected through a tube into the filter cartridge. The air causes the dust to fall off the filters and collect in the tray below. This is pressed manually during or after operation.

  • Compact design
  • Powerful 2.2 kW

Features and Benefits

  • Sturdy and robust construction.
  • Easy filter removal.
  • Movable or fixed position.
  • Single Phase, 240V Motor.

Applications
Welding, Grinding, Cutting, Sanding, Soldering

emission 1500 mobile dust collector

Dust Collector Filters
Model eMISSION CONTROL 1500 Type Cartridge
Cleaning type Reverse-pulse (manual) Material Spun Bonded Polyester
Capacity 2,000 m3/h Efficiency Up to 99.9%
Overall Dimensions 980 D x 700 W x 903 mm H General
Inlet Diameter 1 x 160 mm dia Electrical 240 VAC, 3 pin plug
Fan Bin Dust tray
Motor Power 1.5kW Arm
Motor speed 2800 rpm Diameter 160 mm diameter
Full load current 8.2 A Length 3 m extension


eMISSION ControlTM 2.2 kW

emission mobile dust collector

Description
Polex has engineered the eMISSION ControlTM to collect and filter Dust, Fume, Smoke and Odour. The eMISSION ControlTM is a self cleaning, automatic reverse-pulse cartridge dust collector with carbon filtration and spark arresters. It has a powerful 2.2 kW motor that produces suction of up to 2200 m3/h @ 2500 Pa . This makes the eMISSION ControlTM powerful enough to run 2 fume arms simultaneously. All this in a unit that can fit through a standard doorway.

Features

  • Powerful 2.2 kW Fan
  • Airflow up to 2500 m3/h
  • Automatic Reverse-Pulse Cleaning
  • Cartridge Filters 27 m2 Total Filter Area
  • Carbon Filter For Odour Removal
  • Suitable For One Or Two Extraction Arms
  • Fits Through Standard Doorways
  • Heavy Duty Rubber Castor Wheels
  • Powder coated Finish
  • Weatherproof
  • 1.2 mm Thick Folded Sheet metal Construction
  • Easy Access Lift-Out Cartridge Filters
  • Complies With EPA Minimum Emission Requirements
  • Complies With WorkCover Noise Regulations

emission mobile dust collector

emission mobile dust collector


Technical Specification
Air volume Up to 2500 m3/h
Motor power 2.2 kW
Current 4.3 A (using 3 phase motor)
Voltage 415 V
Motor Protection IP55
Power cable 5 m length
Sound Pressure Level 75 dB(A) @ 1 m
Filter Area 27 m2
Filter Media Flame-Retardant Cellulose
Carbon filter Activated Carbon
Filtering Efficiency Up to 99.9%
Dust tray 30 L
Pulse Valve 25 mm, 240 VAC
Compressed Air Consumption 1 CFM @ 90 psi
Construction 1.2 mm folded sheet metal
Wheels Heavy duty 100 mm castors
Finish Powder coated
Weight 250 kg (no arms)

emission mobile dust collector


Operating Principle
Polluted air enters through one or two inlets in the top casing and is directed through spark-arresters to extinguish any sparks present in the dirty airstream. A perforated screen separates the dirty incoming airstream from the cartridge filters to protect them from large or abrasive dust particles. After collision with the perforated screen, the particles are classified which allows the larger dust particles todrop out into the dust tray while the lighter and finer particles continue through to the cartridge filters. The perforated screen also allows the dust particles to pass through to the cartridge filters in a cross-flow direction which eliminates the effects of can-velocity. The cleaned air then enters the clean-air chamber where the air tank and blow pipes are positioned. Compressed air is ejected through a solenoid valve which travels through the blow pipes and into the filters. The blast of air causes the dust-cake to fall off the filters andcollect in the tray below. The cleaned air is then discharged to atmosphere through an activated carbon filter for to eliminate odours. The carbon filter can also be connected to external ductwork for discharge outside of the immediate area.

Important note: Fires and dust explosions can be caused by various ignition sources including sparks and optimum dust concentrations etc. We recommend fitting dust collectors with explosion vents and locating them outside of buildings to reduce the risk of damage to property and personnel in the event of an explosion or fire.

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emission arm configuration



Polex TM e-MISSION Control TM 4kW

emission mobile dust collector

Description
Polex has engineered the eMISSION ControlTM 4 kW to collect and filter Dust, Fume, Smoke and Odour. The eMISSION ControlTM is a self cleaning, automatic reverse-pulse cartridge dust collector with carbon filtration and spark arresters. It has a powerful 4 kW motor that produces suction of up to 4000 m3 /h. This makes the eMISSION ControlTM powerful enough to run 2 large fume arms simultaneously.

Features

  • Powerful 4 kW Fan
  • Airflow up to 4000 m3/h
  • Automatic Reverse-Pulse Cleaning
  • Cartridge Filters 66 m2 Total Filter Area
  • Carbon Filter For Odour Removal
  • Suitable For One Or Two Extraction Arms
  • Heavy Duty Rubber Castor Wheels
  • Powder coated Finish
  • Weatherproof
  • 1.2 mm Thick Folded Sheet metal Construction
  • Easy Access Lift-Out Cartridge Filters
  • Complies With EPA Minimum Emission Requirements
  • Complies With WorkCover Noise Regulations

emission mobile dust collector

Technical Specification
Air volume Up to 4000 m3/h
Motor power 4 kW
Current 7.3 A (using 3 phase motor)
Voltage 440 V
Motor Protection IP55
Power cable 5 m length
Sound Pressure Level 75 dB(A) @ 1 m
Filter Area 66 m2
Filter Media Flame-Retardant Cellulose
Carbon filter Activated Carbon
Filtering Efficiency Up to 99.9%
Dust tray 60 L
Pulse Valve 25 mm, 240 VAC (3 off)
Compressed Air Consumption 3 CFM @ 90 psi
Construction 1.2 mm folded sheet metal
Wheels Heavy duty 100 mm castors
Finish Powder coated
Weight 600 kg (no arms)

emission mobile dust collector


Operating Principle
Polluted air enters through one or two inlets in the top casing and is directed through spark-arresters to extinguish any sparks present in the dirty airstream. A perforated screen separates the dirty incoming airstream from the cartridge filters to protect them from large or abrasive dust particles. After collision with the perforated screen, the particles are classified which allows the larger dust particles todrop out into the dust tray while the lighter and finer particles continue through to the cartridge filters. The perforated screen also allows the dust particles to pass through to the cartridge filters in a cross-flow direction which eliminates the effects of can-velocity. The cleaned air then enters the clean-air chamber where the air tank and blow pipes are positioned. Compressed air is ejected through a solenoid valve which travels through the blow pipes and into the filters. The blast of air causes the dust-cake to fall off the filters andcollect in the tray below. The cleaned air is then discharged to atmosphere through an activated carbon filter for to eliminate odours. The carbon filter can also be connected to external ductwork for discharge outside of the immediate area.

Important note: Fires and dust explosions can be caused by various ignition sources including sparks and optimum dust concentrations etc. We recommend fitting dust collectors with explosion vents and locating them outside of buildings to reduce the risk of damage to property and personnel in the event of an explosion or fire.

emission mobile dust collector


emission arm configuration


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