The BenchVent BV500S-C, a high-efficiency filter cabinet with acrylic capture shield to contain and filter within dental labs, electronic design, pharmaceutical labs, and classroom environments.
What’s included with BV500S-C? – Filter unit with fan(s) – Acrylic Spray Shield – 1 x Particulate filter – 1 x Activated Carbon filter – Power Lead – Data/Warranty Booklet What application is this filter cabinet used for? The BV500S-C is suitable for use in numerous situations where external venting is impractical but where contaminant capture and filtration is necessary.
This includes the filtration of fumes, vapour and particulates emanating from: Monomers, adhesives, hazardous powders/particulates, conformal coatings, resins, sealants, solders, light grinding particles and dusts, organic solvents etc.
The folding PETG shield can be stored if not required thus reducing the unit footprint considerably.
Handling and / or use of potentially harmful substances is carried out in front of the intake filter area.
Cleaned air is vented to the top rear of the units .
Key Features Folding clear petg plastic fume shield Carry handle Sturdy steel construction Lifetime Guarantee All BenchVent filtration and extraction systems carry a lifetime warranty, are quiet in operation and can be assembled in seconds.
Place onto a desk, bench or trolley and then simply plug in and switch on.
How does this filter cabinet remove harmful contaminants? The particulate (intake) filter is a three stage graduated fibre filter (filtration to 5.
0 micron particles) with a high ‘dust’ holding capacity for long life.
(Optional HEPA filters available to 0.3micron particles).
This is followed by a high grade bonded carbon filter.
Through the process of filtration, adsorption and dilution, operator exposure to potentially hazardous substances is vastly reduced or eliminated.
These units are designed for immediate operator protection from concentrations of airborne contaminants whereby all gases, fumes, vapours and particulates at the front of the unit are drawn into the intake filter.
Cleaned air is exhausted to the top rear of the cabinet.
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).