How to maintain the good performance of your installation in your workshops? NEU-JKF Wood Industry carries out airflow and mechanical expertises. Through our observations, measurements and analysis of the various characteristics of the existing configuration, we provide you with the solutions best suited to your working environment, the protection of your operators and the regulations.
There are two types of expertise: aerodynamic and mechanical.
Mechanical expertise involves checking the condition of all the equipment, detecting any problems, understanding and anticipating the failure of mechanical parts.
Aeraulic expertise means ensuring the correct speeds, pressures and flows at the various suction and collection points, by comparing them to the reference values as defined in the installation's file.
Both types of expertise can be carried out in one and the same intervention or separately, according to your requests. With their know-how in the field of air and specialists in the wood industry, our technicians work on original NEU-JKF Wood Industry equipment or not. They propose a series of measures to suit your configuration as well as solutions to be implemented while taking into account your technical and economic constraints...
These expertises can, of course, be carried out within the legal and compulsory inspections, in particular in the case of operators exposed to wood dust (articles R. 4412-59 to R. 4412-93 of the Labour Code). They allow you to check that your equipment complies with the standards (e.g. explosive dusts), with a concern for the protection and safety of your operators. During his intervention, the NEU-JKF Wood Industry technician analyses all the constraints linked to your activity and proposes one or more solutions to improve the working conditions in your workshop and prevent possible risks.
Our expert carries out a review, an audit and a diagnosis of your installation by analysing the state of the mechanical parts that make it up and by taking several measurements at the various collection points: total and dynamic pressures, air speeds and flows, etc. He also checks the positioning of the collection points, the balancing of the networks, the total and dynamic pressures, etc.
After his intervention, the technician establishes his detailed report by comparing the values recorded with the regulatory and initial values. He then recommends actions to optimise your installation, ranging from spare parts to upgrading the equipment or the installation, or even revamping (complete renovation). These actions will complete the expertise.
We are active in all types of wood industry sectors, on installations with a fan, a dust collector (with bags, with pockets), filters, cyclones, an air extractor, a centralised high vacuum extraction system (ATEX or not). Our innovative solutions and systems are adapted to your type of activity: chips, sawdust, wood dust, steams, fumes. Download our brochure.
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