ULT introduces new system for extraction of gases, odours and vapours

August 30, 2018

ULT introduces new system for extraction of gases, odours and vapours

The new ACD 200.1 fume extraction system from ULT AG


ULT AG, a manufacturer of extraction, filtration and air-drying technologies for Additive Manufacturing processes based in Loebau, Germany, has introduced two new extraction system versions for the removal of gases, vapours and odours.

The company’s ACD 200.1, available in two different variants with 6 kg or 14 kg activated carbon, is suited to industries such as plastics processing, metal construction, electronics and Additive Manufacturing. Users are said to benefit from the extraction system’s modularity and flexibility, allowing it to be configured to meet changing process conditions.

Thanks to a specially developed integrated vacuum stabilisation and selectable pressure ranges, the ULT 200’s extraction performance is adaptable automatically and flexibly to the required pollutant capturing. This primarily concerns fume extraction at several workplaces where, for example, exhaust performance is automatically reduced if only two of four extraction points are actively used.

The entire device and filter concept has been re-designed too. New material for sound insulation further reduces the low noise operation of the ULT system. Currently, the ACD 200.1 is said to be the quietest fume extraction system on the market in its performance class.


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