Press Release Summary:
Utilizing electrostatic precipitation, Mini M.E. cleans and recirculates indoor air with up to 95% efficiency rate on 0.3 micron particles. Unit integrates into pre-existing machine tool systems and can be mounted on platform, on ceiling, or onto machine itself. Helping to comply with OSHA standards, Mini ME is suited for screw machines, surface and centerless grinders, CNC machining centers, turning lathes, and parts cleaning systems.
Original Press Release:
Trion Introduces The Mini M.E. Electronic Mist Eliminator
Sanford, N.C. - March 2005 - Trion Inc., a division of Fedders Corporation, introduces the electronic Mini Mist Eliminator (Mini M.E.), a high efficiency electrostatic air purification system.
The Mini M.E. is ideal for screw machines, surface and centerless grinders, CNC machining centers, turning lathes, and parts cleaning systems. By cleaning and re-circulating indoor air with up to a 95% efficiency rate on 0.3 micron particles, the Mini M.E. aids in compliance with OSHA standards, reduces plant maintenance costs, protects equipment, plant fixtures, current work in progress, and the health and safety of employees.
"One of the primary advantages of the Mini M.E. is that it integrates seamlessly into pre-existing machine tool systems. The mist eliminator can be mounted on a platform, on the ceiling, or onto the machine itself, saving the trouble and cost of elaborate duct work that other mist eliminating systems may require," said Trion's Director of Representative Sales, Dave Bubb. "This allows the capture of contaminants such as water-soluble, synthetic and petroleum-based coolants and smoke at the source. For added convenience, the Mini M.E. can be wired directly to the machine tool control, so that it only operates while the machine tool operates, adding to the efficiency of the unit."
The TrionÂ® electronic Mini M.E. utilizes electostatic precipitation in the task of air purification. In the first stage, a blower draws the air through metal mesh filters that trap large particles. Remaining particles as small as 0.01 microns in diameter pass into a strong electrical field where they receive a positive electric charge. The charged particles then pass through a section of equally spaced parallel plates that are alternately grounded and positively charged. The ionized particles are repelled by the charged plates and attracted to the interleaving plates which collect smoke and oil/coolant mist. Clean air is then returned to the atmosphere.
Trion is a division of Fedders Corporation, Liberty Corner, NJ and specializes in clean air solutions for commercial, industrial and residential applications. Fedders is a leading global manufacturer of air conditioning and other air treatment products for commercial, industrial and residential applications. Product lines include air cleaners, air conditioners, humidifiers, dehumidifiers and thermal technology products for commercial, industrial and residential markets. Trion branded products are manufactured in Sanford, NC and Suzhou, China. For more information about Trion and Fedders, readers may call 908-604-8686 or log on at www.trioninc.com