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DGU 413

Dust Protection Chamber DGU 413 to avoid dust emission during operation of Solid Aerosol Generators of the series SAG410

Dust Generator Unit DGU 413, front view Dust Generator Unit DGU 413, front view
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Benefits

  • to be combined with all dust aerosol generator of the SAG 410 series
  • contamination-free generation of aerosol from powders

Applications

  • Improved occupational safety during generation of high-concentrated aerosols
  • aerosol generation in clean environments
  • generation of aerosols under difficult environmental conditions (e.g.: under too high humidity)

The aerosol generated by the aerosol generator is prevented by a double-encapsulated construction from escaping. The inner area of the DGU is permanently purged with dry compressed air to prevent the penetration of moisture. This process improves the dosing properties of hygroscopic powders. The resulting aerosol concists only of pure, dry air and solid particles.

The outer area has an exhaust air connection and can be permanently drained. A filter combination of HEPA filter and activated carbon filter only allows particle-free air without chemical if biological contamination. If no dying of the inner area is required the filtered air can be used for aerosol generation.

Parameter title Unit Value
purpose of use - contamination-free operation of SAG 410 dispersion units
operating medium, gas/air - compressed air supply bar max. 6
operating medium, gas/air - particle-free, dry compressed air
power supply - 100 ... 240 V AC; 50 ... 60 Hz
dimensions (w × h × d) mm 560 × 700 × 450
weight kg 22,0 (without SAG)
  • Hillemann L., Stintz M., Streibel T., Zimmermann R., Öder S., Kasurinen S., di Bucchianico S., Kanashova T., Dittmar G., Konzack D., Große S., Rudolph A., Berger M., Krebs T., Saraji-Bozorgzad M. and Walte A. Charakterisierung von Partikelemissionen aus dem Trennschleifprozess von kohlefaserverstärktem Beton (Carbonbeton) Gefahrstoffe - Reinhaltung der Luft 78 (2018) 6, 230-240
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