All machining processes using plastics and composites produce very fine fragments. These dust aerosols can negatively impact human health.
They can also inhibit the efficiency of machine tools and plant equipment.
A static electricity discharge presents a potential fire and explosion risk, as well. These are among the reasons why process dust from composites should be collected and discharged carefully.
Extraction of dust created during fabrication of GRP and CFC composite moldsDownload Brochure
These customers rely on our extraction systems during grinding of plastics and composites.
Allgaier Automotive GmbH, Mühlhausen - Germany
FEINGUSS BLANK GmbH, Riedlingen - Germany
Deutsche Edelstahlwerke Specialty Steel GmbH & Co. KG, Witten - Germany
Johne Karosseriebau-Blechbearbeitung, Leingarten - Germany
Stryker Leibinger GmbH & Co. KG, Freiburg - Germany
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1999/92/EG (formerly: ATEX 137): Explosion Protection Directive for Operators >>
2014/34/EU (formerly: ATEX 114): Explosion Protection Directive for Manufacturers >>
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