• Ultrimax Reverse Jet Cartridge Booth 1000mm

Ultrimax Reverse Jet Cartridge Booth - 1000mm

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Product Description

dry filter spray booths for sale

 

Reverse Jet Cartridge Booths

If you’re in the paint spraying or powder coating space, you know how vital ventilation and filtration is as a mechanism for the removal of lingering contaminants in the air, that are the by-product of this kind of industrial work. Fortunately, the filtration systems that can now be integrated into our spraying and coating booths have progressed in leaps and bounds. This is especially so when it comes to both design and aesthetic, and when considering the sheer degree of atmospheric contaminant and particulates these machines are now able to remove from the air.

And case in point when it comes to the levels of efficacy a modern filtration system can give a spray booth or coating unit, are reverse jet cartridge booths. They’re a necessity for the workspace, because these filters make the area safe for you and your workers, at all times.

Read on to find out more.

 

What are reverse jet cartridge booths and what are they used for?

Reverse jet cartridge booths are particulate extraction systems that use reverse jetting to clean the filter cartridges. This type of booth is typically used in environments where there is a lot of overspray, or harsh particles being released into the air.

 

How it works

The reverse jet filter is designed to collect paint particulate after dry powder coating. The jet mechanism fires a reverse thrust of air back through the spray booth filter to dislodge stuck particulate and drop it into the waiting hopper below ready for waste disposal.

Note: This spray booth is not for wet paint spraying but is ideal for powder coating.

 

Reverse jet cartridge booths – things to consider

There are a few things to consider when purchasing a reverse jet cartridge booth:

  • The size of the booth: The size of the booth will be determined by the amount of space that is available for it. If you have a large shop, you will need a larger booth. If you have a small shop, you may be able to get away with a smaller booth.
  • The type of filter cartridges: There are two main types of filter cartridges: pleated and non-pleated. Pleated cartridges have more surface area than non-pleated cartridges, which means that they can catch more contaminants. However, pleated cartridges are also more expensive.
  • The CFM rating: CFM stands for cubic feet per minute. This is the amount of air that the booth can move in a minute. The higher the CFM rating, the better.

 

Where to buy reverse jet cartridge booths?

Ultrimax is your go-to supplier of reverse jet cartridge booths that suit your business need, and specific project requirement. What’s more, we have the unit to match the exact output of paint particulate or fumes that you typically produce, including lighter applications like welding and spraying, to heavier applications like grinding, masonry, or the dispelling of metal oxides.

Call 01302 856666 or email sales@ultrimaxcoatings.co.uk

FAQ

 

Frequently asked questions

 

How does a reverse jet filter work?

The reverse jet filter is designed to collect paint particulate after dry powder coating. The jet mechanism fires a reverse thrust of air back through the spray booth filter to dislodge stuck particulate and drop it into the waiting hopper below ready for waste disposal.

 

Where are reverse jet cartridge booths used?

Reverse jet cartridge booths have a varied application, across a range of industries. These include:

  • Chemical production
  • Food processing
  • Motor part fabrication
  • Building product production
  • Aviation
  • Heavy industrial application

 

What are the benefits of using a reverse jet cartridge booth?

Here are just some of the features and benefits of incorporating a reverse jet cartridge booth into your production line:

  • Efficiency - the cartridge-style filtration captures overspray and particulate, and recirculates the clean air, effectively eliminating the need for slow exhaust systems that cost more.
  • Sustainability - the reverse jet cartridge booth is designed to protect your people from the health risks brought on by overspray and particulates, and ours are built to exceed safety and code requirements, across the board. What’s more, that same directive is applied to protecting the environment as a whole.
  • Cost saving - reverse jet cartridge booths have a high powder recovery rate, which means you save on costs.

 

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