Niagara Water Wash Ventilation Booths make a big splash

19-01-2010

Using the Niagara Water Wash Filtration System is an incredibly efficient method for capturing any kind of airborne particle.

An airborne particle could include paint overspray, oil mist, powdercoat or grinding dust.

And with Niagara’s double-stage cleaning method, it collects them all.

The energy sensible exhaust fans draw water from a base trough up through internal ducts causing a turbulence within that duct, and a flowing cascade down the face of the filter wall. The air is literally washed clean.

So when Masterfield Industrial Equipment was asked to help a heavy engineering workshop to come to grips with dust problems they had the right solution.

The booth was constructed to accommodate various sized steel fabrications so all grinding and sanding could be carried out within it, and the dust contained.

The strong directional airflow of the Niagara System meant the installation was an instant success with all waste particles collected as a sludge, making disposal of the refuse simple and safe.

Masterfield Industrial Equipment
Ph: 02 9647 1233

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