This accessory is a device that automatically intervenes in the case that there is a consistent increase of the temperature inside of the collection tank, emptying a mix of air and water inside the tank through a spray nozzle. In the case where the system is not automatically activated, it’s possible to activate it manually using the appropriate button.
This is a sieve made of a perforated sheet that allows, during suction, to retain the residue generated during blasting oprations and in general dirt. It has two comfortable handles the permit the removal of the container and the repositioning after having emptying the container.
Strongly recommended whenever possible, the pre-filter is positioned between the vacuum and the chip-generating machine, as the first point of collection of the collected material. It is specially used to preserve the life of the filter inside the vacuum unit. It retains most of the collected material and can have a cone or cylindric shape and serves as a mechanical filter. Through a tangential entry the collected material is centrifuged into its interior until its speed gradually decreases and the material gradually falls to the bottom of the collecting unit due to the force of gravity. Such a process ensures that only a relatively low percentage of collected dust or chips manages to actually reach the real filter positioned in the upper part of the vacuum cleaner.
The cyclonic pre-filter can be combined with a: • 160 L tank • 500 L tank • 1000 L tank
The cyclonic pre-filter becomes almost mandatory for fine or very fine powders, which are very likely to clog the filter quickly, compromising the smooth operation of the entire system, but are only recommended for large, heavy chips. The main advantage of the cyclonic pre-filter is to protect the filter of the vacuum cleaner from quickly clogging, thus extending its life before replacement and significantly reducing the maintenance of the entire system.
The classification filters for vacuum cleaner and powders emissions into the environment, is assigned by the type of powders and the degree of danger to health. For its suction devices such classification is regulated by IEC 60335-2-69 worldwide. This classification provides several categories of powders, such as:
• Category of powders L (low/moderate): fall into that category powders with MPC values (maximum permitted concentration in the work place) > 1 mg / m³Are retained at least 99% of particles aspirated.The disposal of the collected material must be made trying to raise a few powders. • Category of powders M (medium): fall into that category powders with MPC values (maximum permitted concentration in the work place) > 0.1 mg / m³ and wood powdersAre retained at least 99.9% of particles aspirated.The disposal of the collected material must be made trying to raise a few powders. • Category of powders H (high): fall into that category powders with MPC values (maximum permitted concentration in the work place) < 0.1 mg / m³, with carcinogenic and pathogenic powdersAre held at least 99.995% of particles aspirated.The disposal of the collected material must be done without raising powders.On each iVision vacuum cleaner is applied a label indicating the hazard class of the dust in the environment allowed.