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Electrostatic Air Cleaners & Fume Extraction Systems

Electrostatic Collection Systems like the F62B electronic air cleaner, F66 and F73 are ideal for petroleum based cutting oils and smoke. Electronic collector cells are designed for permanent use. In petroleum cutting oil applications, due to the lack of evaporation, the collected and condensed cutting oil keeps the collectors clean of the dust and smoke buildup which requires cleaning. The resulting effect is an electronic collector which requires very little air cleaner maintenance and no ongoing filter costs.

Electrostatic precipitators have also been used for years for control of water soluble mists and smoke filtration from CNC and manual machines. Heavy duty construction of the electronic precipitation cells insures long life without ongoing filter purchases while extremely low pressure drop keeps the energy usage to a minimum. All of this ensures the electrostatic units to be a low cost option in the long run.

Air filtration systems by Air Quality Engineering, Inc. are modular by design and can be configured to meet your specific needs. Contact a sales representative today for an obligation free consultation and recommendation by calling toll free 1-888-883-3273.


F66 Oil Mist Collector - overhead air cleaner unit

The F62B Electronic Air Cleaner

F73B Fume Extraction System

The F66 oil mist collector is an overhead air cleaner unit that can be used ambiently or ducted and has a 2500 cfm capacity
F66.PDF (299 KB)

The F62B electronic air cleaner is an overhead ambient unit that features the unique Coanda airflow pattern.
F62B.PDF (425 KB)

The F73B fume extraction system is an overhead unit that can be used ambiently or ducted and has a 6,000 cfm capacity.
F73B.PDF (151 KB)

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