Ahlbrandt launches the modular Ozone Converter Catalytic Air Purifier

Design is both highly efficient and environmentally friendly

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Ahlbrandt Ozone Converter Catalytic Air Purifier

Baldwin Technology’s Ahlbrandt—a leader in providing Corona rotor spray and drying technology for industries including food packaging, textiles, and more—has launched the highly efficient Ozone Converter Catalytic Air Purifier (CAP), which cleans exhaust air from Corona surface treatment systems. With a catalyst bed of metal oxides, the CAP ensures an ozone-free, environmentally friendly production facility.

Featuring a compact, durable design, the CAP also is modular for easy maintenance and expansion, if needed. As requirements and production conditions change, the catalyst volume is adapted to the exhaust volume of the installed Corona surface treatment system. Additionally, the catalyst filter is designed without active carbon, making it non-flammable and very safe, especially when running in high temperatures.

The new Ozone Converter CAP for Corona surface treatment systems is designed to be both very efficient and environmentally conscious, supporting human health and safety,” said Holger Bätz, production manager for Ahlbrandt. “These are important values, reflected in all of Ahlbrandt’s technologies and throughout our organization.”

Baldwin Technology Company is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of innovative process-automation equipment, parts, service, and consumables for the printing, packaging, textile, plastic film extrusion, and corrugated industries. As a total solutions provider, Baldwin offers its customers a broad range of technologies, with a focus on improving the economic and environmental efficiency of production processes. Through a global footprint of 21 company-owned locations and an extensive network of partners, its customers are supported globally, regionally, and locally by dedicated sales and service team members who add value by forming long-term relationships. Baldwin is privately owned by BW Forsyth Partners, a Barry-Wehmiller company.

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