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Monforts' new Eco Booster stenters saves energy upto 35%
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Monforts' new Montex Eco Booster HRC stenters has ensured energy savings of up to 35 per cent with its fully automatic operation to eliminate maintenance standstill times.

The newly integrated heat recovery Eco Booster module removes up to 65 per cent of the particle load in the exhaust air from the stenter. Some gases which are insoluble in water, can be filtered out with an additional exhaust air cleaning module, depending on the size of the system. Higher removal rates can also be achieved with an optional Monforts electric filter.

The Eco Booster module features a fully automatic cleaning system eliminating standstill times for maintenance work and ensuring increased range availability. Energy savings of 35 per cent are calculated on an 8-field/chamber stenter, a nominal 200cm width, 150g/m² woven fabric, a fixing process and 6000 operating hours per year.

The module is also equipped with an electric drive which permits computer controlled optimisation of the heat exchanger performance to the prevailing exhaust air streams. 

The entire process can be easily monitored from the control panel via the Monforts Qualitex 750L control system. (NA)

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