How does the dedustin cabin works?
The dedusting cabin is constructed with stainless steel walls featuring a scotch Brite finish and ceiling lights for internal illumination.
Its operation is based on high-speed air jets filtered through a HEPA filter, facilitated by adjustable nozzle diffusers mounted on a C-frame. The recirculated air passes through prefilters before reaching the HEPA filter, and a high-pressure electric fan ensures air recirculation while maintaining negative pressure inside the cabin.
The pallet changing system, housed within the dedusting cabin, utilizes the Master Inverter pallet changer for bidirectional movement and facilitates the transfer of materials between wooden and plastic/aluminum pallets.
The process is coordinated with the load dedusting to prevent contamination. The logistics line also includes a dedusting cabin with interlocked doors, a blowing and air purification unit, and optional features like an additional blowing system or a film cutting machine at the line’s beginning. This integrated system enables faster pallet changes and ensures security through metal mesh perimeters and photocell access control.