Here’s a photo of our Model 500 fume extractor at NPE2015. As you can see, it’s attached to Engel Machinery injection molding equipment.
(Sentry Air blue and Engel citrus green look good together!)
More filtration, less cabinet
Notice that the sides of the fume extractor cabinet are actually filters. The Model 500 pulls contaminated air down into the filter chamber, where the filters capture contaminants before they spread.
The filters release clean air back into the work environment.
You can choose the filter type that best suits your operation.
Filter media can be categorized in several ways: particle size efficiency; one-time use vs cleanable and reusable; MERV and ASHRAE ratings; and there’s activated carbon, too.
Couple filter types with the substances, particles and smoke produced by your particular operation and you can see why talking to a Sentry Air applications specialists is a worthwhile endeavor.
You can read more about the Model 500 on our website.
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