ESTA extraction system based on categories
From dust extractor to industrial vacuum cleaner to a central extraction unit
What is a dust extractor?
A dust extractor is permanently installed next to a processing machine or in a production hall.
Our dust extraction installations, with the corresponding filter type, almost all types of dust and shavings can be removed.
Dust extraction either takes place directly on the connection of the dust extractor or via an appropriate capturing element (extraction hood or -arms).
What is a welding fume filter?
A welding fume filter captures harmful fumes arising during welding. Welding fume extraction uses a capturing device such as an extraction hood or -arm. The welding fume filter cleans the extracted air and feeds the filtered air back into the work room or outside via a pipe line.
What is a carbon filter?
A carbon filter removes unpleasant odours which arise from a range of different processing machines. The odour filter thus improves the quality of air in the room, removing odours and gases.
What is an extraction fan?
An extraction fan is used for simple, high-volume extraction of dust, dust and vapours in industry skilled trades.
The RG series includes medium-pressure fans for the ventilation and venting of production halls, generating clean air at the work station.
What is a hall ventilation system?
A hall ventilation system cleans contaminated air of fume gases, dust, oil mist and emulsion mist with the aid of a push-pull system.
What is a central extraction system?
A central extraction system extracts dust or shavings from its place of origin centrally and in parallel via a pipe system connected to multiple connections or machines.
The ESTA central filter installation extracts coarse dust or fine dust, wet or dry dust, vapour and fumes. We adapt ESTA extraction systems to the specific application-specific requirements.
The central ESTA extraction unit has the following products for individual concepts: Side channel blowers, high-pressure fans, medium-pressure fans, rotary piston blowers, cyclone filters, modular filter units, hall ventilation systems, capturing devices and soundproofed extraction cabins
What is an industrial vacuum cleaner?
The absorbent industrial vacuum cleaner from ESTA is used for cleaning machines, floors, and work stations.
Our industrial vacuum cleaner exhibit strong suction power and a high quality finish.
What is an oil mist separator?
Oil mist separators are used for the extraction of oil mist, emulsion mist, minimal lubrication mist and fumes from the air in industrial uses.
What is an extraction table?
Our extraction tables are connected to a fan or a mobile or stationary extraction system and extract welding fumes during the welding, grinding or deburring of metal parts. Our ESTA grinding tables and welding tables thus play their part in ensuring a healthy working environment.
As well as welding fume, our tables- working with an extraction system - extract metal dust, plastic shavings, vapours, CFRP-/GFRP dusts, mineral dust, concrete dust and smoke.
What is an extraction arm?
ESTA extraction arms capture smoke and dust precisely and effectively.
The capturing device of the extraction arm is the extraction hood. This is available in an oval, square model. We also offer a flexible ball-joint extraction arm and a laboratory extraction arm.
You can either connect an extraction arm directly to the extraction system or to the extraction system via a pipe system.
What is a central car vacuum cleaner?
Our Central Car Cleaning System (CCCS) is suitable for use outside and allows cost-effective cleaning of the interior of your car.
The CCCS extraction system contains all dust components (filters, compressors, control system) pre-installed. The extraction system is quick to install.
Equipment on an extraction system
What is a single workplace extraction?
An extraction system is tailor-made for a work station.
What is multiple workstation extraction?
A multiple workstation is suitable for multiple workstations.
What is a hall extraction system?
An extraction system in the form of a hall ventilation system filters the entire air in your production hall.
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What is a stationary dust extractor?
A stationary dust extractor is installed either next to the processing machine or centrally in production halls.
What is a mobile dust extractor?
A mobile dust extractor is installed for single work station extraction or central extraction in production halls.
What is a mobile dust extractor?
This type of dust extractor can be transported quickly and easily due to its compact dimensions.
ATEX compliant extraction systems ATmosphè re EXplosive) have been developed for use in potentially explosive areas.
Special guidelines apply for welding stainless steels. When driving recirculated air, an ESTA extraction system needs an IFA test certificate W3 based on the proportion of the chrome/nickel.
Dust class M
- Transmittance 0.1
- Dust of dust class M is classified as “medium” harmful to health.
Dust class H
- Transmissance 0.005
- Dust in this class is classified as “highly” harmful to health.
What does Ecolight mean?
When using our Ecolight extraction systems and dust extractors you will be able to manually control the suction power of an extraction system. Ecolight increases the efficiency of your extraction system considerably whilst optimising your operating costs.
What does Eco+ mean?
Our dust extractors and hall ventilation systems in the Ecoplus model save on operating costs thanks to their markedly high degree of energy efficiency. The reasons behind this is our ESTA EasyControl control unit in combination with a frequency converter and deployment of our sensor systems.
What does Ecotemp mean?
An extraction system with the Ecotemp model creates an comfortable temperature and protects the environment.
Our FILTOWER are available in this model for example.
What does extraction equipment model 4.0 mean?
Our model 4.0 extraction system has a LAN or wifi connection. This allows the extraction system to evaluate measurement data quickly in digital format.
Extraction system based on application areas
Dust and fumes
An ESTA extraction system captures the following dusts and smoke:
Metal, aerosols/oil emulsions, plastic& GFRP, welding fumes, CGRP carbon fibres, concrete and other dusts.
An ESTA extraction system efficiently captures dust and fumes. These emissions are produced by a wide variety of machining processes, e.g. When sawing, cutting, separating, grinding, polishing, refilling, emptying, mixing, welding, soldering, machining, milling, extracting and cleaning.
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