Extraction tables

Use and application

Damaging fumes or dusts can arise when disposing and dismantling electrical devices such as telephones, computer monitors or televisions. Extraction tables are used in the dismantling area of recycling companies in order to prevent these from being inhaled by sorting personnel.

The stable, height adjustable extraction tables in a completely welded design are equipped with exchangeable rubberised worktop grids. This rubber lining prevents the grid from being mechanically stressed, muffles the disassembly noise and minimises the scattering of any small parts.

A special air guidance system under the worktop prevents small parts, such as valuable silicon parts, being transported away with the extracted air flow. Depending on the arrangement, the suction pipeline can be fixed on the right or left or even on both sides. This enables a variable arrangement of the tables on the dismantling belts.

The extracted polluted air is subsequently fed into filter systems such as bag filters and/or activated carbon filters and cleaned.

Small parts that arise during dismantling and that fall down through the grid openings are caught in drawers that are easy to open and pull out and can therefore be removed.

The extraction tables can suck 1,000 to 10,000 m³/h of air and can be easily integrated into existing systems.

Scheme extractin tables
Scheme extractin tables
Function extraction tables
Function extraction tables