print room air filtration

“Looking to get some type of filtration setup for a print room. We are running too Large format solvent printers and a UV Flatbed that are vented but at times the fumes can get overwhelming. The room is off of a shop area so we also get a lot of dust. Can you recommend what you think would work best for me? The room is 1800 Sq FT.”  Jeff

Assuming the ceiling height is between 8’ to 10’ high, a couple of the BreathEasy Pro series, BP-2001, would be good.

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The BP-2001 BreathEasy Pro Air Filtration System comes with (filter sequence):

  • two (2) 2” pleated Pre-filters (for dust particles)
  • one (1) 12” HEPA filter (airborne particulates down to 0.3 microns)
  • one (1) 12” Activated Carbon Filter (chemical / solvent fumes, gas, odors)

Light odor control air filtration – Filter configuration

  • High dust and odor removal, filtration capabilities
  • Attractive, compact and portable
  • Extremely quiet, 56 dBA
  • Does not require ductwork eliminating installation costs
    Ducting capabilities if needed
  • Unique, maintenance friendly design, filters can be changed in minutes
  • Filter flexibility allows for multi-purpose use – mix and match to suit and configure to your needs and application (see below)
  • Digital controls
  • Audible and Visual alarms
  • Caster mounted
  • Fine dust particulate removal capabilities
    Larger dust particulate removal capabilities
    Light odor chemical gas control removal capabilities
    Heavy odor chemical gas control removal capabilities
  • Plug and play
  • Comes in three (3) sizes. Dimensions: 1) 37” x 16” x 22”  2) 52” x 16” x 22” 3) 71” x 24” 26”
  • BP-600 series for up to approx. 350-400 sq.ft.(<36m2 )
    BP-1000 series for up to approx. 500-600 sq.ft .(<56m2 )
    BP-2000 series for up to approx. 1000-1200 sq.ft. .(<111m2 )

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  1. Reblogged this on cleanairsolution and commented:

    Print room, photocopy room, graphic arts printing – toner dust, chemical fumes, odor air filtration

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