EXTRACTION FOR THE AVIATION INDUSTRY
Source extraction with the help of Dustcontrol extractor installations and vacuums
The Dustcontrol central extraction systems and vacuums will allow your employees to easily clean their work space and to keep it clean. Cleaning will actually become fun if you use the right equipment. In the aviation industry, people work with the finest types of dust such as dust from sanding or particulates. Dust Solutions offers custom solutions.
Localized extraction with the help of Plymoth extractor arms
When manufacturing planes or plane parts, particulates and aerosols (very small droplets of liquid or solid particles that float through the air) can contaminate the air. Through localized extraction and ventilation the concentration of this pollution can be reduced. The localized extraction takes place between where the dust is released and where the employee inhales it. The air stream can be disrupted by sudden movements and heat sources. To prevent these disruptions, the rule of thumb is that the distance between the source and the localized extraction should not be more than the diameter of the opening of the localized extractor.
Extraction with the help of a Sult cartridge filter
It is also possible to ventilate the entire space. This is called “Room ventilation”. Each space where exposure to hazardous substances is possible, should be ventilated. This prevents a concentration of substances from accumulating in these rooms. However, it does not prevent the exposure of the employees, since the employees are usually close to the source and will breath in the substances.
Recovery of raw materials
Some raw materials in the aviation industry (such as metals) can be very valuable and localized extraction can ensure the product is recovered where it would have been lost otherwise. An investment in an extraction installation will quickly pay for itself this way.
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