Which types of Spraybooth filters do we supply?

Which types of Spraybooth filters do we supply?

The filters we offer have two main jobs; Input filters ensure the incoming air to the spray booth or product preparation area is as clean having filtered out any dust and other unwanted particles as it is pulled into the booth and extraction filters which filter out any particles added to the air inside the booth such as paint or glue.

Procart filters are used for extraction filtration and consist of multiple layers of cardboard to offer high quality filtration. Designed to collect maximum amount of airborne paint, dust, and glue particles, they are designed to maintain maximum airflow through the booth by holding waste particles without blocking the important flow of air. This increases the lifespan of the filter whilst maintaining airflow. These types of filters are suitable for all types of paint as well as many other types of coating and will suit most types of spray booth. Some of the Procart filters have an extra layer of fibre (H,M2,KH) which make them more suitable for very light coatings, powders and dust. This allows the filter to capture particles that are too light or dry for the cardboard to catch. The extra layer of fibre makes these filters helpful if your airflow speed is higher than your booths recommendations or if you don’t have the space to spray the recommended distance from the filter. Procart also offers a non-flammable option too, our Procart IB.

Media & Glass Fibre filters can be used for both input and extraction filtration. Generally made from Glass fibre or woven synthetic fibre materials.

Profibre is a general extraction filter. Propora is specifically designed to capture water-based paint. Progiallo is impregnated with gel which enables it to capture and hold coarse dust and paint particles.

Woven synthetic rolls can be used for input and extraction but the range of Protop is designed purely for input filtration offering the highest level of filtration required for high quality product finishing.

Panel filters can be used for both input and extraction purposes. These types of filters have 2 main designs. Fibreglass and pleated. There are a large range of thickness, and panel sizes available.

Generally, these panels are available in a cardboard frame, however some pleated designs are available in a galvanised metal frame.

The fibreglass panels are only recommended for use for extraction purposes as the fibres are too loose to capture very small particles normally found in air.

The pleated panels can be used for both input and extraction however are generally not used as a primary extraction filter.

The carbon pleated filter offers a odour and fume absorption for input or extraction.

Finepleat polypropylene panels are ideal for removing moisture from the air entering the booth.

HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) create the highest quality indoor air for industries like medical, healthcare and food production. Designed to capture dust, fungi, bacteria and virus’ making the air pretty much purified removing at least 99.97% of impurities.

Laminar and Turbulent flow filters can be ordered in wooden or galvanised metal frames and come in a large range of thickness’ & sizes.

The laminar filters create a smoother airflow with a much narrower frame than the Turbulent filters which have a thicker frame depth which is designed for a higher flow rate.

HEPA deep pleated filters have a higher filtration ability meaning the air is as close to sterile as it can be. This type of filter is ideal for use in hospitals, cleanrooms etc.