Air Circulation Module Combats Virus and Bacteria-contaminated Indoor Air

Schluz-Berger’s SBC 1200 combats the problem of contaminated indoor air using the HEPA 14 filtration system to remove 99.995% of viruses, germs and bacteria By Phoebe Grinter / 10 Jun 2021

Schulz-Berger has launched its innovative SBC 1200 air circulation module to combat the problem of virus and bacteria-contaminated indoor air in public spaces where constant ventilation is not possible, such as supermarkets, restaurants, and schools.  

Developed specifically for virus filtering and tested for effectiveness by several scientific studies, the ceiling-mounted air curtain protection system relies on Variohm EuroSensor’s DLTI-U.500 differential pressure sensor as part of the laminar airflow control system that smoothly circulates air through a HEPA H14 filter system. 

During operation, the ambient air is drawn in from all sides in the ceiling area and cleaned of coarse dust and fibres via a large pre-filter. The main HEPA 14 filtration system has a filter class to EN 1822-1: 2009, and with the SBC 1200’s airflow volume of 3,000 m3/h, can remove 99.995 % of the viruses, germs and bacteria. 

The filter covers an area of 70-75 m2 and the quiet laminarizer-based air curtain effectively generates a barrier veil via an additional fan, shielding those under the module and proven to prevent droplet infection.

Variohm’s DLTI-U.500 series differential pressure sensors are used extensively for the continuous measurement of pressure differences in air, non-aggressive and non-flammable gases. For the SBV 1200, the sensor and control system monitor the filter saturation through pressure changes and thus the pressure is increased or decreased to balance the system.

Variohm’s DLTI series pressure sensors are based on a housed design with 3 mm diameter tubing and suitable for direct PCB mounting to simplify OEM integration. Variohm’s DPTL series have an identical specification but in a directly mounted PCB format without housing. Their piezoresistive measuring element provides an accuracy of +/- 2.5% FS over a temperature range of  0° C to + 40° C.  They are designed to monitor all types of filtration applications, as well as fans, industrial cooling air systems, ventilation duct flows, or to control air and fire dampers. With 0…10 V or 4…20 mA output and available in several pressure range variants spanning 250 Pa (2.5 mbar) to 5000 Pa (50 mbar), they have generous maximum and burst pressure ratings, and a working temperature range of – 10° C to + 50° C.

Posted by Phoebe Grinter Connect & Contact

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