West Auckland cabinetry factory all set to go!

Viking designed, manufactured, supplied and installed this Reverse Flow Dust Extraction Filter Unit for a Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturer making custom cabinetry in West Auckland.

Industrial Dust Extraction unit

Arno received a call in March, the client was building a new cabinetry factory and needed a custom filtration system. Arno’s design not only meets today’s needs but also allows for future expansion. The plant extracts 36,800 m3/Hr of air, running on a 132kW Fan Motor combination. The project was completed on time and on budget.

Some of the key features of this system include

  • Fully automatic operation
  • Automatic Filter Cleaning System
  • Very Reliable with Minimal Maintenance required
  • Meets local environmental laws

At Viking we take care of the full scope of the project including Lifting and access equipment, roof and wall penetrations and flashings, Electrical Controllers and Starters.

Call Us Now 0508 XTRACT to see how we can help you.

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