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Dust Control Booths

Dust Control Booths

Dust collection booths, sometimes referred to as sanding booths, provide a self-contained area for maximum control and removal of airborne contaminates.  The dust booth can be sized based on your configuration requirements.  Contaminated air is drawn into the back of the booth where the air is filtered.  Clean air is returned via overhead duct system to a clean air plenum located across the collection booth opening.  The clean air pushes the contaminated air to the back of the dust booth.

Filter-1 Hydrotron HPB

Booth collectors provide a large open area to provide a push-pull ventilation system to contain potentially explosive contaminated...

Filter-1 Dustron

With high capture velocity, a quiet system and low energy consumption; it’s easy to see why the Filter-1 Dustron is the industry...

Parker MCB DustHog

This completely self-contained system provides high-filtration efficiency, freedom from source capture obstructions and easy maint...

Common applications for a dust containment booth include:

  • Welding Smoke
  • Grinding
  • Brazing
  • Sanding
  • Abrasive blasting
  • Woodworking
  • Surface finishing
  • Powders
  • Metal working
  • Composite dust
  • Buffing
  • Curring
  • Machining
  • Overspray
  • Hand Work
  • Powder coating
  • Batch processing

Dust control booth have the following options;

  • Overhead crane slots to allow cranes to move product in and out of the booth
  • Dust tight light fixtures to illuminate your project
  • Insulated sound panels to reduce noise both inside and outside the booth
  • Three types of media options; Cartridge filters, Panel filters or wet collection for explosive metal applications
  • Ultra-High filtration efficiencies

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