Another turnkey project successfully delivered by Luksal.
Geplaatst op 21-08-2018
A customer has built a new production facility to dismantle flat screens, TV’s and monitors.
While dismantling different components of LCD screens, there is the possibility that the internal tubes may fracture. This releases mercury vapours and associated dust into the working area and environment.
Next to the dismantling area, there is a process whereby saw machines are used to cut the LCD screens. Dust and particles can be a result from this process and should also be aspirated with appropriate care.
Mercury vapours are being captured by an activated carbon filter.
Since this filter equipment can’t deal with dust, a Keller filter unit is positioned before its inlet.
The VARIO filter installation is being provided with a pre-separator at its entrance in order to deal with larger pieces from the sawing machines.
Due to the baffling arrangement in this pre-separator, the larger particles will fall down into the collection chamber before getting into contact with the filter elements.
The fine dust particles are directed towards the filter elements for secure capture and filtration. During a cleaning cycle of the filter the dust will drop into the collection drums.
The proposed KLR filter elements are specifically selected to separate fine dust particles from the air.
Next to the dust and vapour aspiration system, Luksal provided the customer with 17 work benches.
As mercury vapours might be created, special attention to the design was needed to extract the air properly.
The 17 working benches were developed and produced by Luksal.
The entire vapour and dust extraction installation was developed, produced, installed and commissioned by Luksal.
Another turnkey project was delivered successfully by Luksal.