Hepa Air Scrubber

The HEPA filter will capture small particles such as mold, bacteria, asbestos, lead, dust and many other airborne contaminants. Air scrubbers will continuously clean the air and provide a clean, healthy and productive environment.

Demolition projects and construction sites can be difficult areas for workers when the site is exposed to dust, chemical fumes, toxic gases, sewer damage and more. In these cases, HEPA filters are ideal and will help capture these contaminants, so on-site workers can safely get the job done.

How Indoor Air Purifiers Work

Air purifiers use a system of internal fans to pull the air in your home through a series of filters that remove harmful airborne particles like dust, pollen and bacteria. The air purifier then circulate the purified air back into the room. This process repeats itself several times an hour, keeping your environment healthy.

It is very important to filter even the smallest dust particles for people with allergies and respiratory disorders. Compared to other vacuum cleaners, HEPA is a filter that can trap  a large number of small particles.

Why does dust extraction matter?

How to collect workshop sawdust and increase profits when working on-site.

Because you spend most of your time making sawdust, rather than cleaning it up.

Dust control shouldn’t be an afterthought when it can save you time, increase your efficiency, improve your work, and even create happy and loyal customers. A good dust removal system should be removed from the source of dust. This is the logic, whether this source is in the workshop or the construction site. Fast cleanup and clean air are two things that you and your customers can appreciate. It appears that regulations indicate that contractors must use a HEPA dust containment system.

Products engineered to work collectively as a system to remove airborne dust. This reduces user fatigue and maximizes the quality of your work. Good dust absorption reduces tool fatigue from dust. So you have long-lasting tools. It improves your accuracy by giving you a clearer view of your cutlines. Moreover, swirl marks form during sanding operations. It improves your finishing results by helping reduce them.