Should I Use a Post HEPA Filter on my MistBuster?
How the Airflow Could be Reduced In many factories I see the large post HEPA filter sitting on top of many Mistbuster and Trimist electrostatic air filtration units. I would say that in probably 80 – 90% of these applications the HEPA filter is actually causing more of a problem then a solution. The main.
Reduced Air Flow – Slippery Factory Floors
The Residue Ends Up Everywhere In many factories I find a thin oil residue on all the equipment, floors, and sometimes even the boxes for finished products. I see that all the CNC units have Air Filtration units attached like Tri-Mist and MistBusters, and in many cases they even have HEPA filters attached. The HEPA.
Do You Have Smoke and Mist Coming From Your Chip Conveyor?
Smoke and Oily Mist Comes Out of Everywhere I have seen many instances where mist is coming from the chip conveyor. The chip conveyor removes recently generated scrap metal from the bottom of the CNC, pulling the metal chips up and out the side, dumping them into a chip barrel. These scrap metal chips are.
How Often Electrostatic Filters Need Cleaning?
Do I Need to Maintain my MistBuster & TriMist Cool Blaster Air Filtration Units? Yes. The maintenance frequency on an industrial air purification unit is extremely important. Many manufacturers recommend cleaning the electrostatic filters four times per year. Unlike a media type filter, electrostatic air filtration units such as SMOG HOG or TRION, MISTBUSTER or.