The filter is constructed from pre-galvanised panels to form a modular construction and can be expanded as individual demands in air volume increase. The bottom section of the filter houses the hopper which can be supplied in 3 designs, chain, rotary valve and bin.
Cleaning of the filter is by a reverse air fan situated in the air outlet of each filter module, with cleaning intervals being determined by the dust loading and controlled by the electrical control system.
Explosion doors are fitted to each filter module and are also used to access the clean side of the filter during maintenance. All doors are ATEX tested and approved.
Dust pre-separation inlet modules are incorporated into each filter and are equipped with a non-return mechanism, also an explosion relief door is fitted in these modules.
The filter media within the filter is tubular in construction and is manufactured to meet the current and future legislation regarding dust in air tests.
All filters are manufactured in accordance with E.U. Machine Directive , CE marked accordingly and are fully ATEX approved.
The CADES Modular Chain Filter Type JHK D&T has been designed for medium to large air and material volumes. These filters are well suited for air volumes from 15,000 to 250,000 cubic metres/hour and are used extensively throughout the joinery and furniture industry.
Rotary Valve Filters
The CADES Modular Rotary Valve Filter Type JHS has been designed for small to medium air and material volumes. These filters are well suited for air volumes from 2,500 to 30,000 cubic metres/hour and are used extensively throughout the joinery and furniture industry.
The CADES Bag / Bin Filter Type JHS T has been designed for small air and material volumes. These filters are well suited for air volumes up to 18,000 cubic metres/hour and are used mainly for small joinery or panel workshops.
The Cades cyclone filter type PHL has been designed for both large and small air and material volumes. These filters are ideal for 24 hour running and can have continuous cleaning of the filter media by means of a high pressure jet fan mounted on a moving carriage. The filter unit is also very compact which allows it to be used if space is a limiting factor.