The BenchVent BV300S-D, an A3 Extraction Unit for Aerosols, Airbrushes and more. This high quality extraction system contains, filters and extracts harmful particulates for a cleaner, healthier working environment; making it ideal for the hobbyist, modeller and arts and craft enthusiast.
Strike Force Hobbies recommends following the proper protocol(s) / caution and wear a respirator when spray painting.
Review Of The Benchvent BV300S-D.
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What's included with the BV300S-D :
The design of this unit makes it ideal for applications that include filtration and removal of: Aerosol paints, lacquers, adhesives and airbrush overspray. It's also well suited to extracting solder fumes, general solvent vapours and gases extracted to atmosphere. It's design also means it can be used for dust extraction (from grinding etc) as well as general particulates and powders. This is an extraction unit i.e. all odours and gases and extracted to atmosphere.
All BenchVent filtration and extraction units come with a lifetime guarantee, are quiet in operation and are extremely quick to get up and running. All that's required is to place the extraction unit on a desk or trolley and simply plug it in and switch on. Because the BV300S-D is an extraction unit it comes complete with our Flexi-Duct to atmosphere extraction fittings. The Flexi-duct can be fixed to a standard domestic vent or simply placed through a partially open window to facilitate portability or convenience.
Fr Spray Mount, aerosol lacquers and fixatives etc. applied to artwork placed onto the filter. Accommodates artwork up to A3 size.
For model sprays and airbrush use - light grinding particles (not sparking) - solder fume extraction and general solvent and gas extraction.
The particulate (intake) filter is a three stage graduated fibre filter with a high 'dust' holding capacity for long life. Filtration to 5 micron particles. NB: Spray particulate sizes vary from 10 to 20 microns. The dual process of filtration and then extraction to atmosphere via flexi-duct, vastly reduces and/or eliminates operator exposure to potentially hazardous substances.
Demonstrating adequate control of the risks to the health of employees students and the general public, from dusts, powders, mists, fumes and vapours is the fundemental requirement of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (CoSHH).