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Industrial Technology User-Friendly Containment

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Herding Filtertechnik is known for its safe and innovative solutions in industrial filtration technology. For instance, the Herding Sinter-Plate Filter is proven in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. However, the requirements of interfaces for the operating personnel are becoming more complex.

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The Herding ‘Safe Turn Lock’ can be used as a safe-change discharge when containment is required and can also be used for applications with lower requirement profiles.
The Herding ‘Safe Turn Lock’ can be used as a safe-change discharge when containment is required and can also be used for applications with lower requirement profiles.
(Source: Herding Filtertechnik)

Due to the toxicity, the priority is to minimise the frequency in which the plant operator gets in contact with the dust. One crucial interface is the discharge of the collected dust.

Many disadvantages of conventional dust discharge systems have prompted to develop a user-friendly, ergonomic and cost-effective type that enables one-hand operation of the lifting and features a locking function.

The patent-pending Herding ‘Safe Turn Lock’ replaces conventional discontinuous dust discharge systems. It can be used as a safe-change discharge when containment is required and can also be used for applications with lower requirement profiles, states the firm.

With this, safe handling and containment is no longer required for pharmaceutical and chemical production.

Not only products containing active ingredients but also substances rated as carcinogen require safe handling, freedom from contamination and elimination of possible incorrect operations.

This development is the perfect answer to the urgent questions raised by conventional dust discharge systems. It is a constructively perfected solution that combines ingenious simplicity with the greatest possible safety, opines the company.

Herding Filtertechnik will be exhibiting at Powtech 2019 in hall 4, booth 4-246.

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