air duct cleaning robot News

  • Robotics In the Service of Indoor Air Quality Professionals

    When performing professional duct cleaning in hospitals, schools, and government institutions, the quality of cleaning is a primary priority. Robotics Design’s patented ANAT™ technology allows you to excel in jobs where robustness, job length and obstacle avoidance are critical factors. The ANATROLLER mobile robot family, composed of the ANATROLLER ARI-100 and ARI-50 guarantee that ou ...


    By Robotics Design Inc.

  • RoboVent Introduces Space-Saving Dust Collector for Robotic Welding

    Robotic welding facilities can now meet air quality regulations without losing too much floor space. RoboVent, the leading manufacturer of clean air technologies, created RoboVent Spire® to address the needs of robotic welding operations where space is at a ...


    By RoboVent

  • A ‘MODULAR’ APPROACH TO CLEAN AIR - A PRIORITY THAT AFFECTS THE BOTTOM LINE

    Smoke, dust, oil mist and other production pollutants are more efficiently collected and cleaned through a unique modular air filtration system that can also suppress fires, noise and odors – while enhancing the bottom line. Until recently, most plants considered clean air to be a secondary issue, or a design consideration for new facilities. Yet, the focus on clean air should be on the ...


    By Clean Air America, Inc.

  • Plymovent sponsors MX3D to print a 3D steel bridge

    Plymovent contributes its clean air and filtration expertise to the first bridge project of its kind in the world! Designed by Dutch designer and artist Joris Laarman, MX3D will 3D print the construction of a metal bridge to be placed in the center of Amsterdam. MX3D, a highly innovative Dutch start-up company, invented an ...


    By Plymovent Group BV

  • Efficient and energy optimised exhaust gas treatment for carbon fibre processes and recycling

    The use of carbon fibre and composite materials has significantly increased in the past few years and will further increase mainly to reduce the weight of air planes, cars and wind blades in order to reduce the fuel consumption and increase efficiencies. For the production of carbon fibre a reasonable amount of heat energy is required for fibre oxidation ovens and carbonisation furnaces and ...

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