ULT launches energy-efficient extraction and filtration solutions

March 8, 2024

March 8, 2024

ULT has introduced the ULT 400.1, a system series of extraction and filtration solutions (Courtesy ULT)
ULT has introduced the ULT 400.1, a system series of extraction and filtration solutions (Courtesy ULT)

ULT, Löbau, Germany, has introduced its ULT 400.1, a system series of energy-efficient, modular, and low-noise extraction and filtration solutions. The latest product family includes various extraction systems for the removal of laser fume (LAS 400.1), soldering fume (LRA 400.1), odours, gases, and vapours (ACD 400.1), as well as dust and smoke (ASD 400.1).

At least two specialised filter configurations are available for each area of application. The modularly designed devices can be used both mobile and stationary in a wide variety of manufacturing and machining processes.

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The specially developed filter inflow concept reportedly achieves a very high absorption capacity of the filter. It also offers a long filter service life and, therefore, significant cost savings, as energy consumption, maintenance and spare parts costs are sustainably reduced.

The new ULT 400.1 device series features an EC double blower (electronically commutated motor), with which volume flows up to 600 m³/h can be achieved while simultaneously maintaining a high negative pressure of up to a maximum of 9,800 Pa. The effective sound insulation enables a low noise level (<60 dB) at full power. Due to its compact construction with dimensions of 652 x 600 x 852-1,140 mm, the system series only requires a small amount of floor space.

The filtration concept consists of a particle pre-filter, HEPA H-14 fine dust filter and gas or sorption filter (activated carbon) for subsequent separation of any odours or vapours that may arise.

The new ULT 400.1 device series is said to offer simple and intuitive operation, low-contamination filter changes based on ‘Save Change Technology,’ as well as customisation options through additional fan types and variable suction adapters.


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