(LUND, SWEDEN; November 20, 2020) – The Swedish cleantech company Comsys AB announces that its ADF P300 will now be delivered with a new and improved cabinet solution offering greater flexibility, safety and ingress protection, as well as time-saving service features.
During a virtual customer event yesterday Comsys introduced its next generation ADF P300 featuring a new, modernized cabinet design to be implemented for its entire range of floor mounted active dynamic filter products. The design was adopted as a way to bring significant benefits to customers, installers, maintenance technicians and system integrators alike. Models will be available in three widths, 40, 60 and 80 cm, and the narrowest will come in an IP54 version as well for enhanced protection against the elements.
According to Jonas Persson, Head of Products & Quality at Comsys, the new cabinet solution provides exceptional flexibility compared to the existing range.
“Now customers will be able to choose a solution for exactly the current they need and with a footprint that will best suit them based on how many modules and how much expansion capacity they require. This is especially important in the marine sector where space onboard vessels is very limited.”
Other major benefits says Persson include improved personal safety and serviceability, standardization between products, and support for the company’s upcoming v3 and v4 modules.
”System Integrators will appreciate the fact that the redesigned control module can be installed in virtually any cabinet, and installers and maintenance staff are really going to love it because it’s safer and can save them hours of work.”
About Comsys AB
Comsys AB, a cleantech company based in Lund Sweden, develops digital energy control methods and products to optimize and improve energy flow in a wide variety of applications and help customers to meet increasingly challenging demands set by standards and utility companies. Our technologies provide robust solutions for both grid operators and applications within industrial automation, building automation, data centers and the marine sector, to name just a few. They are also being increasingly used in electricity production and energy storage, primarily from solar and wind, in order to meet the constantly growing demands by grid operator owners around the world.
Photo: Next generation ADF P300 from Comsys, shown here with a width of 80 cm and equipped with three ADF modules
Photo: The CM-CAB module has been redesigned for broader compatibility, faster installation and improved serviceability