Meet our SPL400-3D fume extractor / air filtration system / air purifier
SPL400-3D connected to two (2) 3D Printers
You can even hook up one of the SPL400 series to two (2) of your 3D printers – neat eh?
- Ideal for 3D Printing , AM applications generating low debris
- Medium pressure motorized brushless impeller
- Enhanced mobility with heavy duty lockable casters
- Multi-stage filtration system: pre-filter, HEPA and chemical filter
- Whisper quiet operation
- Optional digital control panel
- Air Flow: 510 m³/h / 300 CFM
- Motor(s): Motorized impellers, backward inclined, non-overloading
- Voltage: 120V or 230V
- Dimensions: 13″W x 16″D x 20″H / 330mm x 406mm x 508mm
- Filter Sequence: 4″ high capacity pleated pre-filter, 30% ASHRAE (F164), 6” Medical grade HEPA Filter 99.97% (F075), 2“ Chemical filter (F072-GPC)
More chemical filtration: 4″ high capacity pleated pre-filter, 30% ASHRAE (F164), 2” Medical grade HEPA Filter 99.97% (F074), 6“ Chemical filter (AG-GPC)
- Optional lnlets: 3” or 4″ diameter
- Discharge: Recirculation grille
- Sound Level: 54 dBA at full speed
- Remote Control: Optional
- Suction hose: 6 feet (2m) of heavy duty hose & clamps
Kindly contact us for more information or for help with placing your order, toll free, 1-800-626-0664 or through the contact form on this page. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Looking for fume extractor and / or an air filtration system solution to your 3D printing, AM application? We’ll be happy to assist you. Call us toll free, 1-800-626-0664 from anywhere in North America or +1-514-364-5538 outside of the Continental US and Canada.
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Learn more about 3D Printing aka AM (Additive Manufacturing):
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), refers to processes used to create a three-dimensional objectin which layers of material are formed under computer control to create an object. Objects can be of almost any shape or geometry and are produced using digital model data from a 3D model or another electronic data source such as an Additive Manufacturing File (AMF) file. STL is one of the most common file types that 3D printers can read. Thus, unlike material removed from a stock in the conventional machining process, 3D printing or AM builds a three-dimensional object from computer-aided design (CAD) model or AMF file by successively adding material layer by layer.