Dust Extraction Arm
Exeon’s Nellie™ range of dust extraction arm provides an exceptionally flexible extraction solution where enclosure of a process is not an option. They are specially designed for working environments with dry, wet or explosive dusts.
All Nellie™ arms, unlike others such as a Nederman extraction arm, have no internal mechanisms. This provides:
- Increased airflow
- Reduced internal product contamination
- Reduced noise
Nellie™ arms come in 5 diameters and 6 lengths up to 4m plus an optional extension boom. They are available in ATEX versions and stainless steel.
See our Nellie™ extraction arm page for more information and videos showing these arms in use.
Dust Extraction Arm Applications
- Can be used as operator protection in many industries, and compatible with LEV regulations when applied correctly.
- Nellie™ extract arms are suitable for dust extraction with external mechanisms
- Very flexible, and can be provided with boom reach where a wide coverage space is required; conversely, telescopic arms can be provided where space is at a premium.
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EXTRACTION ARM CASE STUDIES
DUST EXTRACTION AND VENTILATION FOR D&T WORKSHOP AT COLLEGE
The existing dust extraction systems in D&T workshop had low flow and poor design, and were very noisy as internally located, making teaching nearly impossible when running. In addition, the units were not ATEX rated which was necessary due to the fine wood dust being handled. Read more...
DUST & FUME EXTRACTION FOR METALWORKING
A metalworking company had no dust & fume extraction system for Welding and Grinding. There was two workbenches which were in continuous use, and there was also an area in the middle of the workshop which was often used for processing of larger pieces of kit. Recent legislation confirms that welding fumes are carcinogenic. Read more...
DUST EXTRACTION AT FOOD FACTORY
A food factory handling very fine dust from food flavourings had an existing Dust Extraction system, but the filters were cartridge-type which was not compatible with the food dust. As a result they were constantly blocked, which meant the filter costs were high. Read more...