The ISOG 24 is breaking new ground here: For the first time, the airflow is directed downwards – physically convincing, as gravity goes in the same direction. Thanks to the controlled airflow, there is less fogging, which gives the operator a much better view of the grinding process. The supply air flows into the machine through a long opening at the top of the cabin. The airflows are smooth and straight, with low flow velocity.
The airflow and the extraction are continuously monitored in real time and the real values are displayed in the machine data. These are compared with the minimum and maximum specifications of ISOG and displayed to the operator on the screen via a message as soon as the limit range has been reached. In addition, the exhaust air system has a fire protection flap as standard.