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Environmental Booths

Dust Control Booths

Environmental Control, Inside and Outside

Dust booths offer the combined advantage of containing contaminants within the booth enclosure, preventing migration to adjacent areas, while also improving the worker’s air quality and visibility by providing effective dust collection within the booth. In addition, dust control booths may be equipped with dust-tight florescent lights, sound insulation, and a regain air system to further enhance capture velocity.

Booths

When welding, grinding and sanding on large dimension parts and assemblies, the only effective method of eliminating airborne dust at the source is to use a dust control booth. Booths can be custom sized based upon application with bolt-together galvanized panels and  self-cleaning backdraft dust collector modules. For flammable dust applications, wet dust collection booths provide a safe method of removing and sequestering volatile particles.

Common environmental booth applications include:

  • Welding and plasma cutting
  • Grinding and deburring 
  • Buffing and Polishing
  • Sanding and Cutting
  • Powder coating and spray painting
  • Chemical VOC fumes and odors

Our booths incorporate a high capture velocity to ensure that smoke, fumes and overspray are effectively captured and conveyed into the filters. The dust control modules come with high efficiency nanofiber filter cartridges to remove submicron contaminants and return clean air into your facility. 

CUSTOMIZING YOUR ENVIRONMENTAL BOOTH

Our Enviro-booths can be completely customized to accommodate your specific application. Common options include the depth, width and height of the booth, dustproof light kits, custom backdraft hoods, crane slots, strip curtain, front doors, regain, HEPA after-filters and many more options. Our application engineers will work through the many variables that determine which dust collection booth is best suited to your application.

BENEFITS OF A DUST CONTROL BOOTH

Capturing and containing dangerous fumes and dust before they enter an operators breathing zone can allow them to operate safely in their work environment without having to wear a cumbersome and constraining respirator. If the process occurs within the booth enclosure, the dust will be contained and will not travel around the entire facility affecting other workers and machinery. Filtering and recirculating air in your facility can save money on energy costs and avoid the use of air makeup systems.

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