Mobile deduster

Enstaubung Mobil-Entsauber ELT GmbHThese are ideally suited for extraction from one or more sources of dust and are predominantly used in small and medium-sized enterprises for air quantities of up to 6,000 m³/h.

ES 200P/280P deduster with jet cleaning
The ES 200P deduster is designed for an air quantity of max. 3,000 m³/h and has one dust collection container; the ES 280P is designed for max. 6,000 m³/h and has two dust collection containers. The ES deduster is made of galvanised sheet steel and is a universal device for the extraction and separation of various types of swarf and dust. The raw air inlet nozzle has a non-return valve arranged upstream of the device. The filter works according to the downdraft principle, i.e. raw air is fed to the filter cartridges from above. This construction results in extremely efficient pre-filtration and preserves the filter medium. The filter cartridges are cleaned by means of compressed air impulse. Swarf and dust is collected in the mobile containers arranged underneath. The fan, which is arranged on the clean air side, is equipped with a high-performance impeller. The clean air outlet opening has a sound-absorbing lining. The electrical controller is directly attached.


  • Execution as a downdraft cartridge filter
  • Ready for use, with CEE plug and main switch
  • Automatic compressed air impulse cleaning
  • Radial fan on the clean air side
  • Mobile dust collection containers
  • Plastic insertion sack
  • Sight glass for checking the level
  • Clamping strap closure
  • Deduster according to DIN 8416 for wood dust
  • Also available in a painted version if desired

Optional: 280P / PAS deduster

  • Type 280P with automatic fire extinguishing system in accordance with DIN 8416
  • Type PAS with anti-static filter cartridges


Enstaubung Mobil-Entsauber Funktionsweise ELT GmbHMS multi-extractor with double-walled filter sack
The built-in radial fan sucks off dust and swarf at the place of generation and forces it via the impeller into the air injection frame. The swarf collects in the dust or swarf sack. The dust/air mixture flows into the filter sack, where the dust is filtered out. The cleaned air is fed directly back to the operating area. The double-walled filter sack offers a significantly larger filter area compared to other designs. Filter cartridges are also possible here as an option. The filter elements are cleaned manually. The multi-extractors are predominantly used with coarse-grained and unproblematic types of dust and swarf. The devices are not suitable for continuous operation or for wood dust and splinters.

Three sizes are available for the following maximum air quantities:
Type MS 160 up to 2,000 m³/h
Type MS 200 up to 3,000 m³/h
Type MS 250 up to 5,000 m³/h