Meet our Quatro SPL400 series dust / fume extractor / air filtration system.
Available with various useful optional pieces such as unit mounted capture arm with plexi nozzle, foot switch for remote on/off capabilities, choice of two filter sequence, for airborne particulate concern as well as mainly VOCs, chemical odor removal.
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
Intelligent controls, digital speed control , audible and visual alarms, “Autoflow” feature
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Our BreathEasy Series air filtration systems, air purifiers, air cleaners come with – intelligent controls, digital speed control , audible and visual alarms, “Autoflow” feature – as debris starts accumulating in the filters, the air flow through the unit decreases.
The “Autoflow” feature increases the motor speed automatically to increase air flow.
MULTI-STAGE FILTRATION SYSTEMS – HEPA + CHEMICAL ODOR FILTER
99.97% Certified HEPA Filters: Are very effective against viruses, bacteria, fungal spores and very fine particles.
Refillable chemical filters: Contain carefully engineered filtration media blends to remove gases, odors, chemical vapors and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
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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.
The challenge these days for many of us who are affected or have an adverse reaction to the indoor air quality at home and / or at work (allergies, chemical sensitivities, etc.) could be caused not only by the presence of fine airborne particle irritants (dust, pollen, molds, spores, etc) but also could be exacerbated by the presence of airborne chemical gases, fumes, odors, fragrances off-gassed by various items in the premises (new furniture, cabinetry, carpeting, rugs, cologne / perfumes, cleaning products, electrical equipment like photocopier, ink jet printer, laser printer, etc.).
Effective fume extraction is critical to laser systems due to the possibility of toxic, carcinogenic corrosive or extremely odorous contaminants that can be generated. All of our systems feature multi-stage filtration incorporating a 2” Pre-filter section, 2” Certified HEPA filter and activated carbon modules. We offer systems for light-medium duty tabletop systems favored by hobbyists everywhere as well as mid-heavy duty cycle units for larger tables and/or significant particle accumulation. New this year is our SPH-400 pre-filter section which will turn our popular SPH-400 system into a true heavy duty dust collector.
We are proud to introduce our new breakthrough technology. We call it the LASER BLUE GEL. This sleek blue design is nothing like the regular gasket you may find in other filtration units on the market. Due to it’s elasticity, it allows zero bypass to any fumes, odors and VOCs. It’s NON toxic and NON porous as well.
Contact us for help with your Laser Fume Extraction solution. Toll free: 1-800-626-0664 or fill in the Contact Form below.
People ask themselves why they should be concerned about the IAQ (indoor air quality) in their home and / or office?
Many think that pollution is only outside. Wrong, it’s the complete opposite. Indoor air quality (IAQ) is a serious concern because buildings and homes are becoming increasingly more sealed to reduce energy consumption. Recent studies have shown that indoor pollution is up to 5x higher than outdoor pollution and we spend 90% of our time indoors. The World Health Organization has even listed indoor pollution as one of the most dangerous threats to our health.
There are airborne particulates as well as chemical gases off-gasing from various materials found indoors.
For example, Benzene, used in plastics, rubber, detergents, tobacco smoke, furniture wax and paint. Formaldehyde, can be found in paper bags, facial tissues, paper towels, table napkins and synthetic fibers. Ammonia, found in window cleaners, floor waxes and fertilizers.
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