Improving the design of the Air Purification Tower using 3D CFD

The Nederman Group is a world leading supplier and developer of products and solutions within the environmental technology sector. Their latest step is the use of 3D CFD which improved the performance of their Air Purification Tower by 15%!

ABSTRACT

Smoke, fumes and particles all have a negative impact on your working environment thereby affecting production quality and profit. The most effective method of controlling welding fumes is extraction at source. This is however not always possible and sometimes insufficient. In such cases, Nederman offers the Air Purification Tower
Nederman’s Air Purification Tower is the perfect choice if source extraction is not a satisfying option. Such conditions can for example be found in large workshops with changing activities and where ducting cannot be installed. The Air Purification Tower can also be a complement to existing Nederman source extraction.

<p>The Nederman Group is a world leading supplier and developer of products and solutions within the environmental technology sector. </p>

The Nederman Group is a world leading supplier and developer of products and solutions within the environmental technology sector.

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