Systems - Proprietary design offers better air filtration
performance than "push-pull" systems. The coanda airflow
pattern does more work per CFM, and systems can be placed above
the source for direct capture of smoke. Efficient, three-speed
propeller fan yields high flow rates with very low noise levels.
Electrostatic filters will drain when used in areas where mist
or oil smoke is present. Maintenance requires a periodic dip
cleaning of the cells, normally every few months. Results are
typically an 80%-90% decrease in the overall level of airborne
contaminants. We have lots of these operating in welding and
grinding shops, where ducted/source-capture of individual machines
is not practical.
about Coanda Systems
Push-Pull Media Type Systems
- These air cleaners use disposable filters and are normally
used for dust control or where combinations of dust and mist
are present. Cost per CFM is very low when compared to an
electrostatic system. Wood shops, auto body, welding shops,
and ceramics studios use this type of system. Buffing/grinding
rooms can also be effectively ventilated using this system.
The 40% efficient pre-filters may need replacement every few
weeks, with the 95% efficient bags going for several months
to a year.
Push-Pull Electrostatic Systems
Configured in a closed loop pattern this style is used in
much the same way as the media filtration system, but for
smoke and mist. Certain applications require the use of an
electrostatic system but cannot make use of the Coanda pattern.
This style fills that need.