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Air Purifier - Airflow Systems Inc. - Facility Management Product Release
Airflow’s AirPod free-standing dust collection system provides high-efficiency collection and filtration of airborne contaminants, including sanding dust, solid surface particulate, composite materials, metal finishing dust, dry chemicals and powders. The purifier provides 98 percent filtration efficiency of 1.0 to 3.0 micron airborne contaminants.
The exo-filter cabinet design positions the filters on the outside of the AirPod filter cabinet, increasing the filter collection surface area and improving collection efficiency.
It is offered in three modular configurations: single-, double- or triple-pod stacked sets. When filtering, cool air is discharged from the top of the unit, the cool air, heavier than the ambient air, falls to floor level. As this cycle repeats, a downward velocity is created, forcing dirty air down to the filter intake areas and creating a self-perpetuating air cleaning cycle.
The AirPod is powered by a direct-drive motor/blower yet requires less electricity than typical filtration systems and needs no compressed air. Air handling capacities from 2,500 CFM to 5,000 CFM ensure efficient collection in virtually any industrial application from metal fabrication, vocational schools and training facilities, to chemical processing plants. Multiple filter configurations are available, including MERV 14 filtration for sub-micron particle collection, and charcoal-impregnated filters for odor absorption.
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