asecos – Professional Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials

Recirculating air filter system for tall cabinets, for assembling on the safety storage cabinet Order No. 25099 3 The recirculating air filter system from asecos—successfully tested by the certified testing institute: Accessories for both sides Order No. New filter (activated carbon) 24212 Model Order No. Recirculating air filter system with exhaust air monitoring 25099 Recirculating air filter system with exhaust air monitoring for drum cabinets 27887 Technical data All models External dimensions W x D x H mm 305 x 555 x 210 Nominal voltage V 230 Frequency Hz 50/60 Max. current consumption A 0.07 Noise level (approx.) dB 39.0 Speed rpm 2200 Weight kg 17 Volume flow m³/h 25 Potential-free alarm contact Max. continuous current A 10 Max. nominal voltage AC V 230 Max. nominal voltage DC V 30 Ready for dispatch within Days Weeks Recirculating air filter systems Recirculating air filter system – avoid complex wall breakthroughs and expensive exhaust air ducts • High flexibility in choosing the installation location • Active personal protection through safe capture of harmful vapours with retention in the filter system • Very low noise, only approx. 39 dB (A) • ATEX compliant: C` II 3/-G Ex ic nA IIB T4 Gc • Housing made of sheet-steel powder-coated • With multistage filter system and power cord • Incl. monitoring electronics for exhaust air and filter monitoring • Optical and acoustic alarm including potential-free alarm contact The plug-in recirculating air filter system, type UFA.20.30 is capable of retaining solvent vapours (hydrocarbons) permanently up to a filter saturation of more than 99.999%, under normal operating conditions as well as for a simulated accident in the safety storage cabinet. A special version of the recirculating air filter system is also available to meet the pressure and volumentric flow condi- tions inside XL-drum cabinets. Please adhere to the country-specific terms of use binding for you. In case of any doubt, the possible applications must be agreed with the relevant authority. 465