The sanding bench is used to suck and filter dust created from sanding and deburring operations (on wood, plastic, ceramic, …) and can be used along with manual, electrical, and pneumatic tools. The sanding bench structure is realized with a machine body of extruded aluminum bars and covered with pre-painted steel sheets filled with expanded polyurethane. The sanding bench can be used on both sides.
The suctions system, positioned inside the sanding bench, contains one centrifugal fan with an internal backward blade rotor, which guarantees high suction yields and lower noise.
During sanding operations, the polluted airflow is sucked in through the pierced floor, then it is filtered through a self-cleaning pneumatic abatement system and subsequently expelled into the atmosphere. The pollutants entering the filtration chamber are decelerated, guaranteeing their precipitation inside special collection drawers which can later be extracted.
To avoid the early obstruction of the filter cartridges – and the overall sanding bench suction efficiency – it is essential that smaller dust particles lay superficially on the filter media surface. To keep the cartridges efficient in the long term, a compressed air tank is installed which injects dedicated airstreams into the cartridges. The overall process is managed by an automated timer commanded by a microprocessor, operating through a dedicated cycle to clean the filtering media following a fixed time base.
The sanding bench comes equipped with an electric panel to command all the utilities.
Alternatively, the sanding bench can also be delivered without suction and filtration units to be connected with a centralized suction system.
where necessary, the components (aspirator, control unit, etc.) of the sanding bench are supplied according to ATEX requirements