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Extractor Advisor

Extractor – Powerful machine for dust-free work

Extraction systems are used throughout the machining of materials. Strong models, as known from the woodworking and metalworking industry, have been around for decades. The development of a central extraction had become necessary when carpentry or metalworking became mass production. For the benefit of clean ambient air extraction systems are already mandatory in small workshops today. Even do-it-yourselfers use small model variants in order to be able to work reasonably and without harmful inhalation of fine dust.

Construction and equipment of a extraction

Building a mobile extraction can be compared to a vacuum cleaner. A powerful motor creates a sucking air flow through a hose. Its tip is connected to an adapter on the respective machine. Stationary systems are permanently connected to the respective production line or the individual machine. Depending on the model, they can also be equipped as a central filter system with welding booths and mobile detection elements. For the handyman is usually a mobile extraction out, as well for small Absaugbedarf in carpentry or joineries. The models of the models include, in addition to the extraction itself, collection containers that thoroughly absorb dry and damp dust directly from the work area.

device types

In the case of extraction systems for workshops and do-it-yourselfers, a distinction can basically be made between mobile and stationary design:

Mobile extraction systems

As a industrial vacuum cleanersis running a mobile extraction on rollers and picks up dust and chips via a hose in a large container with filter system. With the help of automatic switch-on, the extraction process starts immediately when a machine is switched on, causing chips and dust to work. Important for a thorough suction result are a powerful motor, a wide hose with good capacity and an integrated filter system in the dust collection area of ​​the system.

Stationary extraction systems

A stationary one extraction is mainly used in industry. This is sucked off over much larger containers. The basic design is similar to mobile models in terms of suction hose and collection technology. However, a stationary model can only work where it is connected. A special design of stationary suction systems are central suction and filter systems. Here, whole hose channels run over one or more production rooms. From here, branches lead to the individual workplaces so that, although individual extraction takes place, the suction particles are transported to a central collecting point.

Advantages of a suction system

* Clean working air for healthy work even with heavy chip and dust development
* From the beginning of work, a clean, chip-free working area for precise sawing, grinding, drilling and similar processes
* Mobile extraction systems can be used with appropriate adapters with the suction tip for various machines
* Stationary equipment very thoroughly when picking up dry and damp or wet dust
* Suction capacity of even the smallest mobile systems significantly higher than with a normal vacuum cleaner

Model-dependent disadvantages

* Stationary extraction system can only be used for a single machine and is also space-consuming to install
* Mobile exhaust system only with home improvement and in small workshops sufficiently thorough
* Load-dependent maintenance for changing the filter systems in the system

Purchase guide for the optimal extraction system

Do-it-yourselfers and craftsmen will find the optimum model for each of them with the individual answer to these three questions:

a) What is the average suction requirement?

This answer decides which engine power, which hose diameter and which collecting volume are necessary after extraction. At the same time, it should be clear whether only dry dust or even oily and wet particles should be absorbed.

b) How much space is permanently available for the extraction system in the work area?

For carpenters and carpenters with sufficient floor space, the purchase of a stationary extraction system can certainly make sense due to the constant suction requirement. In a hobby workshop the necessary space is usually not available. Also, stationary models are very expensive to buy and only worthwhile in case of high permanent demand.

c) Is only one machine sucked off, or should the suction be used variably?

Even mobile extraction systems can remain permanently on the once infected machine. Models without rollers are sufficient in such a case. With variable extraction, for example on drills, saws, milling machines and grinding machines, the model should also be easy to transport between different rooms.

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