Is an air cleaning device with a smaller gas concentration; where the percentage of waste water utilized is between 93-97%.
Fillers from ceramic cubes are used in the regenerator, these have an excellent ability to conserve heat–combined with the relatively small resistance they ensure great outcomes.
Regeneration takes place as part of consecutive cycles–thermal processes in the ceramic filler.
The cooling process, during which the ceramics receives the heat coming from the treated emissions, is followed by the heating process, during which the heated ceramics transmits the heat to the incoming polluted gases.
The heating process is then followed by the cleaning process, during which with the help of a small amount of treated gases the untreated gases are sucked out of the ceramics and the ceramics is then prepared for the cooling process.
The operating rhythm is cyclical, so there is always one cleaning, one cooling, and one heating process occurring in the device.
The cycle is made possible by the flaps that are adapted to the device.
Each of the three channels includes three flaps that open to individual chambers that include ceramic fillers.
Flaps present a size limitation to such a device, as they need to move quickly and be tightly spaced.