Hardware · Manufacturing · Software · Sustainability
Mobi-Air, your air-handling specialist supplies safe high performance air-handling systems including traditional drum-filtration technology and the next generation Mobi-Flex filtration technology. Mobi-Flex has been specifically developed in response to clients requests that in today’s global economy a new technology was required adopting modular plug & play design architecture similar to modern diaper converting technology that can be easily relocated without the need to dismantle/re-assemble and deployable across multiple business units. The result after this significant design effort is a modular singular SKU utility platform capable of supporting adult/baby/fem/tissue converting systems protecting flows of 5–250KCMH without limitation or safety concerns. Mobi-Flex offers a world first hybrid solution; the process flexibility and robustness of baghouse technology with a compact design and smaller footprint versus a traditional drum-filter. This comprehensively re-designed platform offers a host of industry first innovative features. Equipment housings are built to ISO sea container standards for ease of shipment and elimination of assembly effort. Modular design concepts adopted throughout give seamless plug & play upgrade capability. The platform supports standard fan & HVAC systems and can also be integrated with plug-in containerised process solutions offering enhanced modularity benefits via fan, mill, HVAC, Geo-thermal HVAC & heat recovery. Mobi-Air, a recent strategic amalgamation of leading filtration companies around the globe operating since 1978 has been formed to provide our client base with a comprehensive, professional and trustworthy global support network. With experienced engineering professionals located across the globe and dedicated support centres in Japan,Germany, Singapore and shortly in USA &LA, we strive to supply our clients with world-class process concepts offering energy efficient solutions that eliminate environmental damage.Something looks off?