Description of the Mist Collector
In the incredibly compact and carefully curved KUBE body, the Micronfilter designers have cleverly inserted 4 stages of filtration with progressive efficiency.
The backwardly curved impeller blades, specifically designed to generate a powerful coalescent effect, but primarily conceived for avoiding, along all the mist collector life, any phenomenon of imbalance and subsequent vibration, silently conveys the air flow inside to the mist collector. In the next step, the air speed undergoes a marked slowdown and passes through a drop separator labyrinth pre-filter.
The following steps consist in collection and removal of mists and residual micro-mists. The coalescing band is able to capture and re-aggregate the smallest oil mistdroplets and micro-mists, making them sensitive to the gravity action. The cartridge provides a large accumulation of the micro-pollutants, ensuring very long intervals between maintenances, thus less filter replacements.
Upon request, the MST-KUBE series can be equipped not only with high efficiency cartridges, but also with ABSOLUTE
FILTER cartridges type HEPA in both classes: H13 (efficiency 99.997% Dop) and H14 (99.999% efficiency Dop).
All MST-KUBE models are available with an optional differential pressure gauge to monitor the filter life. The MST-KUBE does not have any “pre-formed inlet” for suction, which allows, in the most common case of vertical mounting, to directly fit the mist collector on the machine tool, with a simple kit, saving you time and effort.
All motors fit on the MST-KUBE series are ENERGY SAVING and provide high performance equivalent to competitive products that consume twice as much, in some cases even triple, electricity. The MST-KUBE can be installed both horizontally and vertically without any additional step, tool or mounting bracket.
Easy & Quick Maintenance
Maintenance is simple and fast: everything can be accessed through a few screws, without complex or dangerous maneuvers. The cartridges can be replaced in seconds without having to take off any mechanical component, allowing you to save valuable resources. The components that make up the filters are made of polyester and cellulose, which means they do not change consistency or composition in case of aggressive coolants.