Nestro® will continue its focus on energy efficiency and noise reduction at this year’s Holz-Handwerk in Nuremberg, exhibiting on a stand of more than 100 square metres at the centre of Hall 10.0.

The company is set to exhibit its filter technology in live operation and looks forward to providing extraction for all processing machines in “Homag City” on Homag’s stand once again. 

Nestro® considers itself a market leader in the fields of dust, chip and spray mist extraction in the woodworking industry, having offered complete system solutions for more than 40 years now.

The company continually rises to the growing challenges of energy efficiency and noise reduction with competent, comprehensive consulting services and suitable technology. Considerable energy savings can be realised on the system side by using highly efficient fans, frequency converters for fan control, high efficiency motors (IE3, IE4, IE5) and recirculating air instead of exhaust air systems, as well as by using the return air for heating or air conditioning.

Subsidies are available in some countries that make even the retrofitting of existing systems interesting – for example to change raw gas into clean gas systems. Noise emissions can also be drastically reduced through optimum product and system design, as well as various insulation measures. With Nestro®, trade fair visitors have the opportunity to experience and evaluate many applications in live operation. These will include:

Filter house NFHSU 11/11-20 w/ briquetting press

The Nestro® clean-gas filter house allows large filter areas to fit in the tightest of spaces and accumulated material of 23m³ to be stored temporarily through the day. This system features a filter area of 175m². Visitors can experience live how wood chips and wood dust are filtered, collected and processed into briquettes with a diameter of 50mm. 

The new Nestro® Logic control in the Premium version will be explained and demonstrated to stand visitors on the integrated touch panel in the switch cabinet of the filter house.

Grinding table NAST 24 

Visitors can also extensively test a grinding table from the NAST series. NAST 24 has a work area of 2000 x 1000mm and is presented in full equipment (hydraulic table height adjustment, pneumatic component clamping device, high-pressure suction connection).

New deduster series NE J    

For the first time, Nestro®  will presents its new generation of dedusters in Germany. This is the first series of dedusters equipped with IE5 reluctance motor and frequency converter packages. In close cooperation with ABB AG, the company is proud to claim that it is the first manufacturer worldwide to offer dedusters with permanently frequency-controlled, quieter IE5 motors as standard.

The frequency converter ensures that the motor runs at the optimal operating point at all times. Users can save up to 22% energy costs compared to those using IE3 motors. In this way, the Thuringian company makes a significant contribution to climate protection and at the same time saves the user money.

An NE J 250 effectively dedusts the above-mentioned grinding table and presents the new substructure featuring a briquetting press. Another deduster, an NE J 350 with bins, illustrates the compact dimensions of the largest performance class and will allow visitors to take a look inside.

Deduster to undergo endurance test at Homag    

A deduster from the NE J series will also ensure dust-free air at the Homag Group stand, where an NE J 350 will take over the extraction of a CNC machining centre.

Founded in 1977, Nestro® is currently one of the large established manufacturers of products and systems for extraction and filter technology and for its downstream heating technology, for surface engineering and for sorting and disposal technology.

About 300 employees develop and produce the equipment according to individual customer specifications at its three production sites in Germany, Poland and Hungary.