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Maximum contamination control with a dual air flow system


Our air showers employ concentrated air flows to lift off contamination while an individual simply stands in, or walks through a specially constructed air chamber. Punka louvers deliver jets of pressurized air at a velocity of approximately 7,000 feet per minute. The high velocity insures efficient scrubbing action which is necessary to remove particulate matter. Contaminated air is then directed through grilles within the floor or walls of the air shower to a series of pre-filters and final filters. These work together to remove 99.99% of all particles as small as 0.3 microns in size. (Optional 99.999 at 0.12 microns available.)

Our air showers are economical to operate requiring a minimum of maintenance. There are a variety of standard, factory built models to choose from in easy to assembly modular components.

Every air shower is constructed of the finest materials and assembled by skilled craftsmen. All interior duct surfaces are sealed. Exposed trim consists of stainless steel or anodized aluminum. Units may also be equipped with air ionizers to eliminate static electricity where required.

Every air shower is equipped with a blower motor, electrical control panels complete with safety monitors and emergency shut-down capabilities that may be activated from the interior of the unit. Fluorescent lighting is flush ceiling mounted.

The time cycle is adjustable to a maximum of 180 seconds. Cycle may be stopped with emergency stop button thus unlocking both doors.

“Reset” button will shut off alarm and reset the system. Unit is then ready to operate again. In case of power failure, all doors will unlock.

Features » Designed for applications requiring maximum contamination control. The dual air flow system removes dust and other particulate matter located inside cleanroom clothing folds as well as surface contamination.

» A single HEPA filtered air hose is attached to a fitting located directly on the cleanroom garments. When the unit is in operation the pulse valve, which introduces air to the interior of the suit, causes the suit to flutter, thus forcing contamination from seams, creases and personnel clothing on the surface of the cleanroom garment. External HEPA filtered downflow system direct these and other surface contaminants to exhaust grilles at the floor and recirculates the contaminated air back through the HEPA filters removing all impurities, .3 microns or larger.

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