Filters

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Three Stage Filter System

Each of the three (3) stage OEM filters is specifically deigned and engineered for maximum filtration while allowing maximum airflow over a greater velocity range i.e. from 2,200 cfm to 3,900 cfm enabling capture of harmful airborne particulates as small as 3 microns, including toxic fumes and vapours associated with body shop environments.

  • Stage 1 - 2" Green Dust/Spray Filters
  • Stage 2 - 3" HP36 1 Micron Filter
  • Stage 3 - 3" Activated Carbon Filter in Frame (32lbs)
  • Stage 1 - 2" Green Dust/Spray Filters

    Stage 1 - 2" Green Dust/Spray Filters

    D2000
    Fume Control

    Dimensions:

    16″ x 36″ x 2″
    406 mm x 915mm x 100mm

    Description:
    • High capacity media captures visible dust, spray powder, and paint
    • Used in front of intake filter
    • Cleanable

    Part Number: 11702

  • Stage 2 - 3" HP36 1 Micron Filter (includes 11702)

    Stage 2 - 3" HP36 1 Micron Filter (includes 11702)

    D2000
    Fume Control

    Dimensions:

    16″ x 36″ x 3″
    406 mm x 915mm x 76mm

    Description:
    • Metal framed intake filter with surface loading media, pleated for greater surface area capture
    • Filters particulates down to 1 micron
    • Cleanable

    Part Number: 11203

  • Stage 3 - 3" Activated Carbon Filter in Frame (32lbs)

    Stage 3 - 3" Activated Carbon Filter in Frame (32lbs)

    D2000
    Fume Control

    Dimensions:

    16″ x 36″ x 3″
    406 mm x 915mm x 76mm

    Description:
    • Metal framed carbon filter contains activated carbon pellets (32lbs per filter)
    • Removes VOCs, Isocyanates, toxic fumes and odours
    • Not cleanable

    Part Number: 11404

  • Activated Carbon Refill Package

    Activated Carbon Refill Package

    D2000
    Fume Control

    Dimensions:

    N/A
    N/A

    Description:
    • 64 lbs 4mm activated carbon pellets refill for Duster 2000

    Part Number: 11225

How it works

  • 1

    Positive airflow discharged from the top of machine creates a negative pressure “capture” zone at base of unit

  • 2

    Contaminated air is drawn in through the two intake openings at floor level

  • 3

    Contaminated air is filtered through three stages of filtration and cleaned down to 1 micron

  • 4

    Mushroom airflow pattern created will effectively clean up to 2,500 sq ft floor area

  • 5

    Clean air is continuously re-circulated at over 2,000 cubic feet per minute

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Specifications

Dimensions

Width
(in/mm)
Height
(in/mm)
Depth
(in/mm)
27-1/2 / 699 58 / 1473 20 / 521
Weight
(lbs/kg)
Foot Print
(sq ft/m2)
Overall Length
(in/mm)
188 / 85 3.8 / 0.4 N/A
Construction: Molded polyethylene, Impact resistant
Casters: Urethane swivel wheels
Electric Motor: 1 HP, 110V Single Phase, 10.5 amps, Direct Drive Motor, Variable Speed Control
Options: CE Electrical setup for 220 Vac

Particulate Removal

Common airborne pollutants vary in size, from invisible (under 18 microns) to visible. This chart shows the relative size and the method of removing them from the air, using either particulate removal filters or activated carbon filters.

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What is Carbon Capacity?

The capacity index chart lists substances by both chemical and common name. It is a general list of the most common compounds found in the workplace. The efficiency and capacity of activated carbon to adsorb these substances varies with the concentration in the air, relative humidity and temperature. The capacity index numbers are representative under average conditions and may vary under local conditions.

Carbon Capacity Index

Activated carbon adsorbs gas phase pollutants including VOCs and Isocyanates. The ability of adsorption is set out below.

CARBON CAPACITY REFERENCE CHART

For standard activated carbon four index capacity values are defined as follows

4 = High Capacity

Substances are adsorbed very efficiently. One pound of activated carbon adsorbs about 20% to 50% of its own weight – average about 1/3 (33-1/3%). This category includes most of the odor causing substances.

3 = Satisfactory

Substances are adsorbed well, but not as efficiently as substances rated 4. One pound of activated carbon adsorbs about 10 to 25% of its weight – average about 1/6 (16.7%).

2 = Borderline

Substances are not highly absorbed but might be adsorbed sufficiently to give acceptable results under the particular operating conditions. These require individual checking.

1 = Poor

Substances that are not adsorbed by activated carbon fall into this category.

TYPICAL HARMFUL AIRBORNE SUBSTANCES & CHEMICALS INDICATING ACTIVATED CARBON CAPACITY RATINGS

Acetone 3 - Satisfactory
Benzenes 4 - High Capacity
Butyl Acetate 4 - High Capacity
Chlorobenzene 4 - High Capacity
Chloroform 4 - High Capacity
Ethyl Benzene 4 - High Capacity
Gasoline 4 - High Capacity
Hexane 3 - Satisfactory
Hexamethylene 3 - Satisfactory
Methylene Chloride 3 - Satisfactory
Methyl Ethyl Ketone 4 - High Capacity
Naphtha 4 - High Capacity
Nitro Benzenes 4 - High Capacity
Ozone 4 - High Capacity
Paint Fumes 4 - High Capacity
Perchioroethylene 4 - High Capacity
Pyridine 4 - High Capacity
Smoke 4 - High Capacity
Solvents 3 - Satisfactory
Styrene Monomer 4 - High Capacity
Toluene 4 - High Capacity
Xylenes 4 - High Capacity