A. Function of Cleaning System without suction

The AQUAFLEX-Cleaner-System without suction is used for conveyor belts (fabric) with big mesh size, or in which the water input plays no role (paper mill). The dissolved dirt is flushed away by the used water. The pressure range is between 100 bar and 200 bar for plastic screens. For steel screens, a pressure of up to 2000 bar can be used. The high pressure cleaning tool cleaning tool can have up to 10x6 nozzles, which are directed at right angles to the surface to be cleaned or in or against the production direction.

B. The effective cleaning tool

1. rotor nozle:

Use with very slow moving fabric (2-3 m / sec). When using a rotor nozzle, the swept area performance is increased considerably (slow running production).

When cleaning sensitive surfaces (felts).

2. Single Jet nozzles:

If the water jet is directed against the movment of fabric direction, you get the maximum cleaning impulse (power)

If the water jet is directed in the direction of the movement of the fabric, the reflecting water and the dirt are better channeled

When the jet of water is directed in and against the direction of the movment of the fabric, the             wire fabric cleaned from both sides

3. Flate nozzles:

Sensitive cleaning of the surface at pressures of 10-200 bar

C. Your Benefit of the Aquaflex Cleaner      System

• better drainage from the paper

• more homogeneous paper sheet formation (fiber orientation)

• weniger Papierabrisse

• less paper breaks

• less maintenance on rollers, fabrics ....

D. Examples of the installation of the Aquaflex              Cleaner System

Fig. 1  Standard cleaning boots without suction

Fig. 2  Rotor nozzle on a plastic fabric

Fig. 3  Cleaning boots on a felt

Fig. 4  Rotor nozzle on a steel band

Fig. 5  Cleaning boots in service position

Fig. 6  Cleaning traces of the rotor nozzles on the wire

Fig. 7  Macro photo of a dirty fabric

Fig. 8  Macro photo of a clean fabric

Fig. 9  cleaning boot wiht a air knife

Fig. 10  Steel belt cleaning

Fig. 11  Cleaninghead: Rotornozzle

Fig. 12  Cleaninghead: 5 x MSD-6 nozzles

Fig. 13  Cleaninghead: M8 x 1 nozzles