KEMPER GmbH showcased its smart extraction technology last month including its AirWatch air monitoring system, the CleanAirTower SF ventilation system with replacement filter and the mobile torch extraction unit VacuFil 125.

KEMPER CEO, Björn Kemper, said thanks to machine-machine communication, users gain better control of their systems and can protect their employees from hazardous materials effectively.

With the advanced AirWatch air monitoring system, the company presented an intelligent solution for measuring and controlling indoor hall air quality. The system uses a highly sensitive laser method to detect particles even smaller than 0.3 micrometers.

AirWatch can be flexibly extended since the sensor modules are replaceable / retrofittable.

The system not only displays the recorded values but also uses SIM card technology to control extraction systems and store data on a cloud.

KEMPER also presented the CleanAirTower SF (storage filter) with integrated air monitoring software. The general ventilation system measures the particle concentration in the hall's air without additional equipment.

The CleanAirTower SF also has a high separation efficiency of more than 99 % and works using the recommended layered ventilation principle.

Filters can be changed completely without contamination.

The torch extractor VacuFil 125 always provides optimal extraction performance based on the parameters stored in the KEMPER Cloud Portal. The device considers various torch characteristics, like individually varying pressure gradients or saturation of the filter.

Welders simply select the corresponding torch type on an intuitive interface.

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