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Gli impianti di produzione industriale producono molta aria calda durante i processi produttivi quotidiani. Che si tratti di una fucina per metalli, di una pressa per la carta, di un forno per il vetro o di una sala compressori, l’aria calda è molta. Fortunatamente, i ventilatori industriali sono adatti ad espellere l’aria calda e migliorare le condizioni dell’edificio.

 

Ecco i principali vantaggi di investire nella ventilazione industriale:

TEMPERATURE PIÙ BASSE

Le apparecchiature di ventilazione industriale, come i ventilatori e le griglie a parete, migliorano il flusso d’aria dell’edificio. Utilizzando i principi della ventilazione naturale, una bocchetta sul tetto espelle l’aria soffocante e la bocchetta a parete immette aria fresca. Questo aumento del ricambio d’aria rende la struttura più fresca e confortevole. Il giusto sistema di ventilazione industriale consente di abbassare le temperature di 1°C o più.

  1. REGOLAZIONE E CONTROLLO

    Uno dei vantaggi fondamentali dell’installazione di ventilatori industriali è la possibilità di controllare l’intero flusso d’aria all’interno della struttura. Che si tratti di un semplice interruttore di controllo o di controlli completamente automatizzati, una soluzione intelligente permette il controllo dell’aria in maniera precisa, permettendo di adattarsi alle variazioni di produzione, alle temperature interne e ai fattori esterni, creando un ambiente di lavoro sempre confortevole.

     

    SICUREZZA DELLA VENTILAZIONE INDUSTRIALE

    Le temperature elevate possono creare una serie di problemi. Dalla disidratazione al deterioramento delle attrezzature, i rischi sono numerosi. Le temperature più basse aiutano a proteggere i lavoratori ed a mitigare i livelli di inquinamento interni.

     

    EFFETTI NEGATIVI DELLA SCARSA VENTILAZIONE

    La probabilità di una reazione immediata alla cattiva qualità dell’aria dipende da diversi fattori, come l’età e l’eventuale presenza di patologie esistenti.

    Alcuni effetti possono manifestarsi solo negli anni successivi all’esposizione prolungata a una scarsa ventilazione, tra cui patologie respiratorie, malattie cardiache e cancro. In alcuni casi, questi problemi possono essere fatali.

    Tuttavia, può essere difficile individuare una concentrazione specifica o un periodo di esposizione che possa produrre problemi di salute dovuti alla scarsa ventilazione, mentre la probabilità di effetti significativi sulla salute a lungo termine varia da persona a persona.

    Per questi ed altri motivi, una corretta ventilazione è fondamentale per garantire la sicurezza dei lavoratori.

    Contattaci, un nostro consulente sarà pronto ad aiutarti a trovare la soluzione di ventilazione più efficace per la tua azienda, clicca qui.

     

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È facile installare un’apparecchiatura per la ventilazione e pensare che il gioco sia fatto ma, come ogni cosa progettata per proteggere la salute dei lavoratori, una corretta manutenzione programmata e l’assistenza sono fondamentali se si vuole garantire che continui a funzionare bene nel tempo.

Quindi, quali sono i vantaggi di una manutenzione programmata e preventiva?

  1. Il sistema di ventilazione funziona meglio. Se un impianto è pulito, funzionerà al massimo delle capacità, in quanto non si creeranno attriti con la polvere, lo sporco e altri detriti che inevitabilmente possono finire nell’impianto.

  1. I costi di gestione,

si riducono significativamente se si segue un regime di assistenza preventiva pianificata, invece di affrontare volta per volta i guasti. Richiedere interventi su base settimanale è molto più costoso rispetto ad un servizio di manutenzione programmato sulle proprie esigenze.

 

  1. Meno pezzi di ricambio.

Con i guasti arrivano anche i costi delle parti di ricambio, poiché spesso il sistema non è riparabile. Un membro del personale dedicato dovrà continuamente riordinare i pezzi di ricambio quando il suo tempo potrebbe essere speso meglio in altri compiti. Per non parlare dei costi che comporta il continuo riordino di nuovi ricambi.

 

  1. È possibile individuare errori dell’utente o lacune nella formazione.

Questo potrebbe essere la causa di ogni tipo di problema, come ad esempio una pressione supplementare sul sistema. La formazione degli operatori è essenziale e può contribuire a garantire che i sistemi non si rompano.

 

Tenendo conto di queste attività, il personale avrà gli strumenti e le competenze giuste per utilizzare correttamente i macchinari e per mantenerli puliti, e la manutenzione sarà preventivamente programmata in modo da garantire sempre la massima efficienza, così da permettere all’azienda di continuare a crescere.

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Transition 4.0 2022 confirms, and extends, the tax relief model started in 2017 for innovative interconnected assets, referred to as 'Industry 4.0' assets.

Industrial suction and cooling systems, if equipped with filtration, are in fact included in the tangible assets 4.0 Annex 'A' of the budget law, for which the incentive is confirmed to the extent of 50 per cent (no longer 40 per cent) of the purchase cost of the complete system with a total value of up to EUR 2.5 million.

The term Industry 4.0 refers to the process of industrial automation that aims to create smarter, faster and more efficient production departments. In other words, the goal of this 4th industrial revolution is to implement a series of transformations to achieve smart, automated and networked production systems.

A new way of producing and organising work, that of Industry 4.0, thanks to a mix of advanced technologies covering four fundamental digital aspects:

  • Data collection and analysis. Application of predictive analysis technologies such as machine learning, thus enabling maintenance that anticipates and prevents breakdowns and plant shutdowns.
  • Connections between machines thanks to technologies such as cloud computing, machine-to-machine and the Internet of Things;
  • Human-machine interaction made even simpler and more intuitive by touch interfaces;
  • Technologies that make the transition from digital to real, such as 3D printing and robotics.

 

But which air extraction and air treatment systems are eligible for Industry 4.0 concessions?

  • All the centralised suction systems for the purification of fumes, dust or fumes provided that a filtration system is present, e.g. with bag or pocket cartridges. The reason is very simple: in addition to having a plant->company interface, the 4.0 system must be able to monitor in real time the status of the filters and any other components such as probes, solenoid valves, etc.
  • All the industrial air treatment plantswith particular reference to cooling systems intended for air conditioning of warehouses or large buildings, of great interest to our customers who wish to operate machinery and operators in a temperature-controlled environment.

Are you interested in this type of facilitation? Contact us, our staff will be at your disposal to clarify any doubts and provide tailor-made advice for your company.

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CEREBRO™'s predictive and reactive system operates on the basis of a series of algorithms that manage, sometimes even overlapping to increase capacity and calculation accuracy, entire process systems. Eolo System, for example, is responsible for managing variable speed with constant pressure or temperature. Its predictive capacity analyses every second the point of operation during atmospheric emissions from tribo probes, or the clogging status of filtering systems, and thanks to the StepHertz function it allows an acceleration scale to be defined on the basis of what is set in the frequency converter, but definable directly by the system operator, who is the only one who really knows how to make his machinery work at its best.

Within reach of the operator in real time

Cerebro was developed with a view to making the technology we already have available flexible and usable. The software, therefore, is a user interface within the reach of any operator, always active and compliant with all the latest operating systems and hardware, and ready for operation with LAN or 3G/4G connection. Thanks to this technology, the maintenance technician can check the health status of the filters at any time, modify the firing latency times for pneumatic cleaning, switch from automatic to manual mode or control the pause times for post-cleaning. All from the phone or computer.

Its SSL-encrypted protections and crash recovery support site without direct bridge to the end user guarantee the usability of the product and the highest possible security, making it an irreplaceable companion in the working day of all those operators responsible for the safety and functionality of process systems, for multiple companies of even radically different sizes and characteristics. Changing the parameters of a frequency converter without having to open the switchboard door with the danger of working under voltage? Today it can be done. CEREBRO™ offers several options in setup, including parameter modification from the outside, and above all remotely for the frequency converter, for the operator panels and numerous external devices with variable functions according to user needs. How could it be missing in such a health-conscious system? eMI will instantly update us on what is happening out of the ordinary with an instant decoding of the drive's error message. All elements under its control will be viewable and any abnormal intervention, from thermal trip to exceeding the warning threshold for filter pressure, will be displayed.AirFlow will allow us to check and monitor the characteristic curve of the fan and the working point of the system. The system works exclusively with the pre-loading of the curve information provided by MZ Aspiratori SpA.

Contact us for more information on the CEREBRO™ automation system.

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As a rule, fans are sized and installed according to maximum ventilation requirements, but maximum ventilation capacity is not always necessary, as the installation of an inverter allows the speed of the fan motor to be controlled to meet actual ventilation needs. Reducing the motor speed reduces the amount of energy needed to power it (up to 8 times), which in turn reduces costs and consequently co2 emissions.

When connected to a sensor system, inverters can be even more effective by controlling motor performance according to any number of predefined settings such as temperature, flow, humidity, etc., eliminating the need for manual adjustment.

How does an inverter work?

Frequency manipulation with an inverter consists of converting the incoming mains voltage from AC to DC using a full-wave rectifier circuit. There is then a second DC link stage that smooths out the waveform and ensures that the inverter remains charged while in use. The final stage involves creating a pulsed square-wave voltage output to simulate an AC waveform as shown below:

Inverters can play a key role in energy-saving projects, but the benefits do not stop there. Reducing the amount of time the motor runs at full speed will not only save energy, but also reduce the strain on the motor itself and any connected components. This means less maintenance requirements and, once again, a reduction in costs. Installing an inverter on an older system that is prone to wear and tear can even help extend its service life.

 

Discover the entire line of Invertek Drives that can be coupled to a new or existing ventilation system in your company, click here.

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Regulating temperature and air quality in large commercial and industrial spaces can be difficult. Proper ventilation and airflow are essential to help maintain consistent temperatures throughout the space and keep operating costs down.

Fans are commonly used to help cool and ventilate large spaces, but not all fans are up to the job or work effectively. It is therefore important to choose a fan that has been designed for this type of application.

What makes an industrial fan different?

There are two types of fans available on the market today, general purpose fans and industrial fans. At first glance they may seem identical, but there are substantial differences:

Durability: Industrial fans are built to last under heavy and continuous use. General purpose fans, on the other hand, are designed for lighter and/or intermittent use in homes or offices. The difference is in the details. An industrial fan is characterised by stronger materials and bearings, stronger welds and construction, and a more powerful motor, allowing it to last longer and maintain its performance over time.

Size/Capacity: Industrial fans are usually larger, and therefore capable of generating more pressure, with airflows of up to 100,000 m³/h.

Why are larger industrial fans more suitable for large spaces?

Better air flow: It takes up to 34 small conventional fans to do the job of one large industrial fan. The column of air produced is able to move more efficiently around obstacles, distributing the air throughout the space.

Lower energy costs: For the same volume of air, an industrial fan requires much less electricity than a number of small fans, leading to considerable savings.

Quieter working environment: Small fans need a high operating speed and are therefore noisier. A suitably sized industrial fan, on the other hand, can move large volumes of air effectively even at lower speeds, while remaining quiet. The result is greater comfort for employees and improved productivity.

An industrial fan can make a huge difference to your facility's energy bills, safety and productivity. Investing in a quality industrial fan is a value-based decision that will reward you for years to come.

Contact us, one of our consultants will be ready to help you find the most effective solution for your company, click here.

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In the relevant markets, the term 'industrial fan' does not have a clear definition and in this article we want to explain what industrial fans are, specifically axial and centrifugal models and their differences.

An axial fan is a fan in which the extracted air is forced to move parallel to the shaft around which the blades rotate. Centrifugal fans, on the other hand, extract air perpendicular to the fan inlet, and spin it towards the outlet due to deflection and centrifugal force. The impeller rotates, allowing air to enter the fan near the shaft and move perpendicularly from the shaft towards the opening in the fan casing.

Axial fans replace the centrifugal fan in certain fields of application from a functional point of view, operating at higher specific speeds with smaller diameters.

An axial fan, with the same flow rate and pressure, has the following differences to a centrifugal fan:

  • has a smaller impeller diameter
  • has a higher dynamic pressure
  • has a significantly higher operating speed
  • the peripheral speed is greater
  • has lower efficiency and therefore higher energy consumption
  • is much louder
  • is significantly smaller and lighter, and less expensive

The most significant data in this comparison are weight, operating speed and noise. The operating speed comparison shows that the same flow and pressure characteristics can be obtained from axial fans at higher operating and peripheral speeds than centrifugal fans. Since there is a limit to the stresses in the rotating bodies, and hence to their peripheral speeds, we can safely say that pressures of a certain magnitude are more easily obtained with centrifugal fans than with axial fans.

Axial fans are generally noisier and it is often the case that an axial fan requires the use of silencers to reduce noise, whereas a centrifugal fan would not.

But these negative aspects are countered by a lower weight, less space occupied, a lower cost and the parallelism of the two suction and discharge nozzles, which make it easy to fit into the system, where the axial fan becomes nothing more than a piece of pipe, while the centrifugal fan requires a more complex solution.

Discover the entire line of Meridiana vacuum cleaners and choose the model that best suits your company's needs, click here.

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We are pleased to launch the new web platform for a more incisive online communication of our company. The web site is strongly oriented towards the informative richness of our products and the dissemination and development of case studies.  A participatory and informative dialogue that relates the complexity of certain issues and the ability to develop customised solutions.

 

 

A close dialogue between our company and the customer, to further strengthen that relationship based on profound transparency and which conveys a message that identifies the desire for a pathway of innovative technologyincreasingly aimed at meeting the needs of a changing market. continuous evolution.

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