Euroemme LF Light Filter
A light filter is the ideal equipment required to reduce the light ingress through air stream passages. A typical example is the poultry industry In order to obtain optimal breeder-bird performance in pullet houses, both light intensity and the number of light hours each day must be precisely controlled.
By controlling lighting it is possible for breeder birds to reach sexual maturity at the optimal time and therefore to stimulate the beginning of egg-production.
LF light filter is constructed of high grade polypropylene resistant to wear and tear, ultra violet rays from the sun, as well as the strong high-pressure washers used in farm cleaning techniques. The square frame housing the light filter vanes or media, is made of a strong epoxy pre-coated and galvanised sheet-steel.
Special designed clips provided with each kit, allow the
mounting of a light filter directly onto a Euroemme™
fan, on the suction side of the fan, as a perfect match
in air-flow, efficiency and light lux reduction. To improve
aerodynamic efficiency and reduce pressure losses the light
filter design has been developed in Munters euroemme's
Plastic Waves and Housing
The vertical plastic vanes are designed for laminar air-flow in order to avoid any turbulence resulting in higher than necessary pressure-drop while air passes through them. When installed correctly in the vertical configuration, the vanes assure long lasting operation without dust build up allowing the pressure-drop to remain constant.
Light filters are delivered in knock down kit form in order to reduce transportation cost and possible damages during transport, and do not require the necessary use of glues or chemicals in assembling the filters. The vanes are equipped with self locking clips that are utilized by simply pushing two vanes together. A complete light filter can be mounted in less than 20 minutes.
To keep the total static pressure within desired limits, the area for inlet light filters must be increased over the area of light filters used on the exhaust fans by approximately 150%.
LF-X eg., LF50
LF is developed and produced by Munters euroemme S.p.A., Italy.