Dynamic filtration system optimisation has allowed requests to be met on machines used to create cellulose-based products.
It is well-known that airlaid lines have very high production characteristics, since they are designed and dimensioned to work 24 hours a day. Therefore, filtration and micro-filtration systems must guarantee absolute continuity, reliability and robustness over time.
Cyber Filter PRO meets a vast range of sizes: the largest model can manage up to 20.000 m3/h (mod. 7/2), while the largest reaches 130.000 m3/h (mod. 10/8).
The basic version system involves three filtration steps. Furthermore, a series of options is planned, which allow evacuation and unloading of the filtered products.
There is also total or partial recovery of production process waste material, bringing it directly back to the line and generating considerable cost savings.
If “on line “ recovery of extracted and disposed material is not of interest, a pre-compacting, compacting and briquetting line is proposed. By doing so, unloaded volumes are reduced by approx. 20 times original volumes.
If the material is briquetted, it can be burned in a specific burner that produces re-usable thermal energy, for example, on ambient conditioning systems in the winter, attributing the right quantity of heat. The thermal energy produced has zero cost.
Cyber Filter PRO is compact technology that represents a valid alternative to all static filtration systems.
The Cyber Technology developed by Canalair includes supervision cameras for remote control and ventilation with inverter to guarantee a variable air flow rate based on need, optimised electrical consumption and guaranteed electrical savings.
The Cyber Filter PRO can be integrated on a dedicated air treatment system called Cyber Care.
The latter is designed with the objective of guaranteeing optimal up-time for production line requirements: for this purpose, ideal humidity and temperature content must be attributed to the process, regardless of external conditions.
To define the exact inbound position of the supply air, Canalair focuses on production line needs, possibly differentiating certain values of relative humidity between the defragmentation area (hammer mill) and the formation area (head forming).
To achieve the best performance, special displacement air diffusion systems are applied.
Furthermore, different options are planned to complete the base systems, such as insertion of the fourth filtration step (HEPA filters) to obtain a reduction of 99.99% in residue.
The systems proposed are completely automated and can be monitored using VPN connections for remote management.