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Luwa Air to show latest products & services at ITMA 2015
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Sep '15
Luwa Air Engineering AG is presenting its services and innovations in the field of textile air engineering in hall 2 booth A103 at ITMA 2015.

At the booth it is showcasing the MultiCell Filter MCV with its compact and space saving design, the power saving Axial Flow Fan Series B6XX and the TexGuard System for metal detection and fire protection.

“Additionally, besides these new products, Luwa will present its solutions for heat recovery in textile processing plants,” the company stated in a press release.

According to Luwa, the technology of MultiCell Filter MCV is patented and with its modular and space saving concept, is perfectly suitable for machine exhaust air cleaning of Blowroom and Carding machines.

“It can be used in air conditioning plants for the dust and fly filtration of the room return air and opens and additionally, opens up many opportunities to reduce the required floor space,” it said.

Advantages of the MultiCell Filter MCV includes; only one-third floor space required compared to conventional rotary air filter and has an increased filter area for power saving.

It has a simple and robust 2-axis suction nozzle robot, is of modular design and has dual use in filtration of room return air and machine exhaust air.

“The new Axial flow fan series B6XX has been developed with focus on power saving as flow fans are the main power consumer in an air conditioning or filter plant in a textile mill,” Luwa informed.

The B600 Axial Flow Fan with its sickle shaped blades has been developed in partnership with the University of Siegen in Germany following the requirements of textile air conditioning plants.

“Comparable with best available efficient fans in the markets, the Luwa Axial Flow Fan B600 can save up to 6 per cent of consumed electrical power,” it noted.

TexGuard System combines spark and metal detector with a high speed flap to be integral part in the textile material conveyance streams or waste collection system.

The Spark detector is designed for catching up with high conveying air speeds with high material content and is equipped with an ultra-sensitive wide angle lens.

The detector senses fully enclosed sparks and delivers the signal to the high speed diverter flap for shortest installation distance in the industry.

“All events are being recorded in the monitoring system and can be accessed through the Luwa Digi Control System,” the company observed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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