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Booth 13-F58

Teka will be providing insight into its entire product range of extraction and filtration units, particularly focussing on its AirCube, ExCube and VarioCube systems.

The AirCube is the firm’s latest innovation in digitalised extraction and filtration. With ‘VarioControl’ at its heart, the system offers added value through networking as it is able to conduct communication via MQTT or with OPC UA interfaces from machine to machine. The system also meets the Ready-To-Go standards of IBN 4.0. It extends service lives and can, for example, decide independently whether the air is fed back into the hall or led outdoors as exhaust air. It saves compressed air and energy through efficient cleaning, reduces energy costs and CO2 emissions. With power ratings between 5.5kW, 7.5kW and 11kW, this system can be applied across various areas.

With six different upgrade packages, users can configure the AirCube to meet their specific needs and make it even smarter. 

The Ex-Cube series is a highly efficient filter unit and is especially suited to the safe and effective separation of explosive media in the manufacturing process. The product was developed to extract and filter fumes and dusts generated during laser, plasma and oxyfuel cutting processes, and many others too. All explosive dusts of explosion protection class ST 1 can be safely separated. Above all, the compact footprint of the basic model with 800mm x 800mm is a key system advantage for many fields of application.

Teka recommends its VarioCube for bulk welding at shipyards, in steel tank construction and also on steel construction sites. It combines compact dimensions and a robust design with the highest level of flexibility and user-friendliness. The VarioCube was specially designed for large welding shops. The casing (800mm wide, 1,200mm deep x 2,900mm high) is made of 5mm thick sheet steel and does not need more floor space than a euro-pallet. No component projects beyond the floor space. The unit has six stable suction flaps for connecting suction hoses. The extraction hoses fitted there can take in the polluted air via distributors at up to 12 workplaces at the same time. They capture the emissions precisely at the point of origin. With the help of a high-performance turbine, the unit generates a pressure of up to 10,000 Pascal and can capture polluted air with nominal hose diameters between 100mm and 50mm. The filter cartridges separate even fine dusts to a degree exceeding 99.9%. An integrated pre-separator increases the filter life and minimises the risk of fire.

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