With our fine dust filters and gas filters for tunnel systems and underground garages, FILTRONtec is now active on three continents. Our references include:
Air filter system for Central – Wan Chai Bypass in Hong Kong
In 2014, we were commissioned by Highways Department to design, supply, install and commission eight air filtration systems to treat the exhaust tunnel air of the Central – Wan Chai Bypass tunnel located beneath the foreshore of Hong Kong Island.
|Client:||Highways Department Hong Kong / Leighton Joint Venture|
|Special features:||ESP and integrated DeNO2-filters|
|Air volume flow filters|
|APS in Ventilation Building||Flow Capacity|
|MVB-APS-004||125 m3/s total|
|EVB-APS-001A, 001B, 001C||625 m3/s|
Air filter system in the M5-East tunnel in Sydney
In 2004, we were commissioned by the Australian Road and Traffic Authority (RTA) to equip the M5-East tunnel in Sydney with an air filter system, after having emerged as one of the winners from a worldwide technical qualification contest.
In addition to the entire air filter system, we also designed, supplied and installed fans, silencers, fire dampers, as well as the required electrical, measuring and control technology. After successful commissioning, the plant was handed over in April 2010.
|Client:||Road and Traffic Authority (RTA) / Baulderstone Pty Ltd – Sydney|
|Special features:||integrierter Gasfilter|
|Air volume flow fine dust filter:||200 m3/s|
|Air volume flow Gas filter (switchable):||50 m3/s|
Air filter systems in the tunnel Madrid Calle30 Rio
In the Calle M30 Rio tunnel of the Spanish capital, Madrid, three of our filter plants successfully demonstrate their qualities. In three of the tunnel sections, our systems filter different air volume flows of 50, 200 and 260 3/s.
|Client:||FCC Construccion, S.A. und ACCIONA Infraestructuras, S.A. , Madrid|
|Number of projects:||3|
|Deliveries:||November and December 2007|
|Filtered air volume flow||50 m3/s; 260 m3/s ; 200 m3/s|
Pilot filter system at the Elbtunnel, Hamburg
For the Civil Engineering Department of the Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, we were commissioned in 1994 to plan, construct and test a pilot filter installation at the Elbtunnel. The project was funded by the then Federal Ministry of Education, Research and Technology (BMFT).