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FlensAir-1 filter unit for 3D printers and soldering fumes

697,00  EUR
 excl. VAT
On stock 

Gas and fume filter unit for 3D printers. Filters all particles and gases generated during extrusion, including, for example, styrene fumes from ABS printing and solder fumes. In addition, the filter is compact, flexible and quiet.

FlensAir 1 provides fresh air
The FlensAir 1 filter unit reliably captures and filters all gases and particles generated during 3D printing!

On the one hand, these are microparticles that are created during extrusion. On the other hand, the components of the plastics react with the air under the influence of heat and thus generate gases that are harmful to health.
With its 3-stage filter system, the FlensAir 1 is designed to eliminate these pollutants.
The compact design is made of painted sheet steel on casters. With the stepless adjustment of the silent motor, the filter can be optimally adapted to your requirements. 
Equipped with a flexible arm, the FlensAir 1 allows free positioning of the extraction. This gives you full freedom to arrange your equipment.

!! Also suitable for soldering fumes.
At a glance:
  • adjustable capacity: 1 - 300 m³/h
  • dimensions(H/W/D): 420 x 400 x 245 m
Filter stage 1: prefilter
Filter stage 2: fine filter EU5 for 98 % > 3µm
Filter stage 3: activated carbon for 99,97 % > 0,3µm
low noise level: < 50 dB(A)

3D printers emit ultrafine and fine particles, although little is known about their chemical composition or potential toxicity. Recent studies have reported chemical properties of the particles compared to raw filaments and particle toxicity assessments. Particles emitted from polylactic acid (PLA) appeared to be largely composed of the bulk filament material with mass spectra similar to PLA monomer spectra. Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) extruded at a higher temperature than PLA emitted significantly more particles and their composition differed from that of the bulk filament, suggesting that trace additives may control particle formation. In vitro cell tests and in vivo mice all showed toxic responses when exposed to PLA- and ABS-emitted particles, with PLA-emitted particles eliciting higher response levels than ABS-emitted particles at comparable mass doses. A chemical assay commonly used in air quality studies showed that particles from different filament materials had comparable particle oxidation potentials that were slightly lower than those of ambient (PM2.5) particles. Particulate emissions from ABS filaments, however, are likely to be more detrimental when total exposure is considered due to much higher emissions. The results suggest that particle emissions from 3D printers are not harmless and exposure should be minimized. Here, FlensAir provides efficient filtration of both particulates and gases, as well as melting fumes.
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