Another one extracts the dust!
The product developers at AL-KO Therm GmbH are at LIGNA 2019 to showcase their innovative AL-KO ALC 21 level sensor and ingenious AL-KO CLEAN STAUBSCHOTT dust-proof bulkhead.10 May 2019 Trendspots Editorial Office
Every year, thousands of customers put their trust in high-quality products from AL-KO - and not just in Europe, but all around the world. The company sees this as proof that products sporting the "Made in Germany" label still have a bright future ahead of them, provided they are geared toward innovation and outstanding quality. The AL-KO ALC 21 level sensor, which AL-KO is exhibiting at LIGNA 2019, is a prime example of this. Approved for ATEX zone 21, the AL-KO ALC 21 is designed to ensure fill levels can be reliably monitored at all times, regardless of whether the operator is dealing with dry dust, chips or powdered materials. This easily retrofitted sensor can be integrated into a control center monitoring system within the context of automation processes.
Meanwhile, the AL-KO CLEAN STAUBSCHOTT takes care of the chip container. This ingenious dust-proof bulkhead makes it easy to replace full containers without generating dust and features an innovative container locking system that ensures safe handling. Both the AL-KO ALC 21 level sensor and the AL-KO CLEAN STAUBSCHOTT are innovative features for the mobile pure air dust extractors in the AL-KO POWER UNIT range, which are being showcased at LIGNA 2019 in three designs - AL-KO POWER UNIT 120, AL-KO POWER UNIT 160 and AL-KO POWER UNIT 350. Thanks to their tried-and-tested AL-KO OPTI JET technology, all these models boast excellent suction, keep energy consumption to a minimum and ensure exceptional air purification. According to the manufacturer, the premium model in this series – the AL-KO POWER UNIT 350 - is a genuine alternative to stationary extraction and filtering systems. It is also available in four variants - one with a chip container, one with an ATEX-approved rotary lock valve, one with a round discharge and one with a briquetting press.
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