Negative Pressure Unit green dec G 400
Negative pressure unit for filtering asbestos contaminated room air via a 3-stage filter unit.
- Energy-efficient and performance-optimized fan with high capacity
- smooth and easy-to-decontaminate housing
- light and sturdy housing
- threefold sealed HEPA filter
- Easy, very low-emission filter change in 3 minutes
- Automatic soft start, even after power failure
- All operating control and functional elements are shock-protected
ATTENTION! Only original deconta HEPA filter H13 (article no. AU1044) and deconta HEPA filter H14 (article no. AU3788) ensure the machine safety!
- dimensions (LxWxH): 1200 x 720 x 1150 mm
- weight incl. filter: 105 kg
- air capacity without filter: max. 9500 m³/h
- + deconta H13 or H14 filter: max. 8400 m³/h
- + pre- and intermediate filter (EU3, EU4): max. 7800 m³/h
- power connection: 400 V
- power consumption: 5 A
- hose connection: Suction option, exhaust air ND 450
- filter system: 3-stage
- HEPA filter acc. to EN 1822 class H13 or H14
2 Control options
For power regulation, the negative pressure unit is supplied with a manual stepless regulation.
A necessary filter change is indicated by a manometer.
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For power regulation, the negative pressure unit is supplied with a control via a touch display in order to measure and regulate the negative pressure or the volume flow.
The negative pressure is measured between the contaminated area and a reference point (adjoining rooms) to be defined and is kept at the set point by continuous speed control of the electric fan.
The volumetric flow is measured in the unit and is kept at the set point by continuous speed control of the electric fan.
Manual control is also possible.
A filter sensor monitors the particle concentration in the exhaust air and triggers an optical and acoustic alarm if a value of ca. 100 particles per liter is permanently exceeded.
A necessary filter change is indicated on the display.