FAQ Category: AirBench
Yes. You should wear PPE when working with coolant.
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“When Filter 1 is full it can be cleaned. For the best results apply a degreaser to the dirty face and allow to absorb. Rinse, applying the process to the
“We are part of AirBench Ltd, one of the UK’s leading fume and dust extraction equipment manufacturers. In mid-2014, Air Cleaning Systems Ltd, the manufacturers of the OMF range, went
We do not currently offer a 110v unit.
We would recommend the use of PPE when handling contaminated filters.
Using a vacuum cleaner or by removing from the unit and emptying into a bag – wearing appropriate PPE of course.
No. AirBench is self contained. If required, we can supply AirBench configured for connection to your ductwork, at no additional cost. Ask us for details of ducting requirements.
Wheels are useful and are available on most models – but AirBench is easily moved on a pallet truck. If you are only likely to move your AirBench on rare
The only ongoing costs for most AirBenches are filters, and electrical supply. Most units run on a standard 240v single phase supply, at relatively low powers (typically <500w); and if
Call us; we are always happy to recommend a model and filter set. For most applications we have standard models to suit. Alternatively, use this site to navigate to a
Immediately beneath the surface in most models (EX, FP, FN, FPK types). Filters are generally interchangeable allowing you to update your AirBench to an alternative specification if required. In the
Most dust filters can and should be cleaned. Fine filters and carbon filters cannot be cleaned, and should be replaced when full, damaged, or end-of-life. Disposable media pads used in certain
Disposable media pads should be changed at least monthly. Most other filters will last 6 – 12 months generally. In heavy use this may be less; ask us for guidance. For high
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