Exhaust Filters

3 Most Important EPA-Recommended Practices in Spray Paint Booths

The Environmental Protection Agency is tasked to ensure that business practices reduce risk both to people and the environment through pollution prevention. Automotive spray painting is an undertaking inherently involving potentially noxious solvents and particles, and it is important that day-to-day operations conform to pollution-prevention programs outlined by the EPA.
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Crossdraft Spray Booths and the Filters They Use

Crossdraft Spray Booths and the Filters They Use

Crossdraft spray booths get their name from the way the air moves inside them. Just as downdraft booths have their air intake on the top, and the exhaust in the flooring, crossdraft booths have the air intake at one end of the booth, and the exhaust at the other, making the air move along the length of the booth. And although this type of booth has its advantages and disadvantages, this ventilation system is very efficient, but only if the right kind of filters are used.
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Filter Facts

Filtration for your paint booth is all about balance. Without balance, your booth will perform poorly and your operating costs will be higher than necessary. To achieve proper balance, filters must remove and hold contaminants but still allow for proper air flow.
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Made in the USA- Recycled Material Paint Arrestor Filter

E75 and E 12 recycler exhaust collector filter
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Hands down the best filter for waterborne finishes

Air Flow Technology's E-28 Fiberglass
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