• AFS Air Cleaning Systems
     

    AFS Air Cleaning Systems

    for Clean Air, Energy Efficiency, Lower Environmental Impact and Greater Sustainability.

  • AFS Air Cleaning Systems
     

    AFS Air Cleaning Systems

    for Clean Air, Energy Efficiency, Lower Environmental Impact and Greater Sustainability.

Single Units

AFS single units are a well-defined solution for a particular application and can be placed directly on or at the machine tool. The AFS air cleaning unit and processing center form a unit. This means a high degree of flexibility in the installation of machinery and the rearrangement of machines. AFS individual units require little installation effort and usually only short tubing.

AFS single units are used in recirculation mode. This means that the cleaned air is blown directly back into the production hall.

The quality of the purified air meets the legal requirements for the recirculation mode throughout the entire year. The statutory requirements for the cooling lubricant concentrations of the production hall air at work are strictly adhered to.

Central Extraction Units – the Reasonable Alternative

Central AFS air cleaning systems are useful when suction and air cleaning is required on several processing machines. The individual processing machines are connected to a central suction pipe. Only a central air cleaning unit is required for suction and cleaning. This also means that only one unit needs to be monitored and maintained.

A central extraction system offers the possibility of a regulated exhaust and recirculation operation with the advantages of a continuous air exchange. Both odor nuisance and relative humidity in the production shop are reduced. The manufacturing staff permanently receive a regulated fresh air supply.

AFS air cleaning systems can be installed quickly and easily. Only leak-proof Jacob flange pipes are used for the extraction of unpurified air. Thanks to the modular principle, the conduit can quickly and easily be adapted to new conditions in case of an extension or reorganization of the machine park.