The H1 System is a versatile high-pressure misting system for controlling dust and odor. It consists of a modular design and can, therefore, be flexibly adapted to the needs of customers (degree of emission, place of use, amount and properties of dust/odor). The installation also requires little effort, is space-saving and can operate directly at the source of the dust.
The system was developed initially for dust control, and over the years established itself as an effective method of controlling odors. Since the H1 System can be flexibly adapted to all situations, many customers have also decided to combine the two functions; i.e., where necessary, the system binds dust, otherwise odor.
Which applications suit the H1 System? 

The H1 system is flexible and can be adapted to a range of needs. It is very well suited to work the following areas: handling of bulk materials, damping down streets and squares, harbors, open storage facilities, composting plants, crushers and transfer points on conveyor belts. 

AREAS OF APPLICATION

Quarries > Demolition 

Ports > Recycling

​What makes the H1 System unique on the market: 

  • The modular design of the H1 System enables its flexible adaptation to suit the respective situation

  • The simplicity and small size of the nozzles and leads all allow for quick and cost-effective installation right at the source of the dust

  • The system works fully automatically and requires little maintenance depending on the design

  • Cost savings: the system switches off automatically if there is no dust

  • High adaptability: the system can be used for both open storage areas and enclosed spaces

  • Thanks to the ingenious atomization technology, dust is bound with a minimal amount of water and with the maximum result (advantage: no water puddles, energy efficiency)

  • The system can also be operated via a local point of control

​Assembly of the system and various solutions 

The pump is the base and therefore the heart of every H1 System. The robust piston pumps make it possible to dose the amount of water and thus to produce the optimum droplet size for dust control. They have a flow rate of 1 - 21 l/min and generate a pressure of up to 100 bar. As a result, the right solution can be found for every application. 

SOLUTION 1 >> H1 Box
Ideal for use in small plants

The H1 Box was specially developed for use in smaller plants. Thanks to its low weight and size, it is effortless to transport and yet very efficient in binding dust. Depending on the pump size, the water flow of the H1 Box can be adapted to the respective situation and needs. Water flow is 1 - 10 l/min.

If you are looking for a complete solution and need more than one pump for optimal dust control, you have found a great solution in the H1 Station. It consists of two-four independent pumps, a control cabinet, and self-cleaning filters. All that is needed for installation is a source of power and water. 

SOLUTION 2 >> H1 Station
The uncomplicated all-in-one solution

The H1 Trailer is the mobile version of the H1 Station. It contains two pumps, an electrical circuit, a self-cleaning filter, two coils of high-pressure hose (50m), a supply line (20m) and an electric cable (20m). 

SOLUTION 3 >> H1 Trailer
The mobile all-in-one solution

The H1 Swing is a spray head that has one nozzle and can rotate 360°. There are two variants: the fully automatic H1 Swing and the semi-automatic H1 Proxy. In contrast to the fully automatic H1 Swing, the H1 Proxy must be set once manually, after which it works automatically. The H1 Proxy is very robust and was created especially for construction sites and industrial plants with harsh environmental conditions.

The spray heads are mainly used where a large area of dust has to be removed. For example, they are positioned at various points along dusty roads, squares or processing facilities.

SOLUTION 4 >> H1 Swing/Proxy
The most advanced spray head in the world
Five things to do to plan an H1 System 

  1. Determine the amount and type of dust

  2. Determine quantity and type of nozzles to be installed (this choice will affect the water flow and pump units)

  3. Choice of control panel

  4. Determine where pumps or pumping station can be placed (this choice will determine the length and the diameter of the connection pipes between the nozzles and the pumping station)

  5. Determine where to locate the feeding lines and nozzles

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