The Series 3000 solution is designed to capture paints and chemical coatings commonly associated with aerospace OEM and rework applications. The standard Series 3000 system consists of three-stages. However, the filter used as Stage-3 passes the NESHAP requirement by itself and as such may be used in conjunction with any Stage-1 and/or Stage-2 filter as required by the end-user.
Stage-1, Series 99 or Series E75
Option 1 – Our high efficiency Series 99 paint overspray media provides maximum protection for Stage-2 while maintaining desirable air flow and service life. Comprised of dual-stage multi-denier 100% polyester fibers, the Series 99 achieves removal efficiency of 99.87% with a holding capacity of almost two pounds per square foot.
Option 2 – Our economical Series E75 paint overspray media provides excellent protection for Stage-2 while maintaining desirable air flow and service. Comprised of multi-denier 100% polyester fibers, the Series E75 achieves removal efficiencies of 99.66% with a holding capacity of almost two pounds per square foot.
Stage-2, Series CC100 Cube Filter or Series 625 Panel
Option 1 – The CC100 consists of two distinct filter layers. The first layer (air entry) is a 1″ dual-denier high efficiency polyester paint arrestor. This layer is two-ply and by itself has an average removal efficiency of 99.48% with a holding capacity of almost two pounds per square foot. The second layer is a high efficiency synthetic backing which boosts the overall efficiency of the filter to 100% for paint particles 10-12µm in size.
Option 2 – Our Series 625 panel is a high efficiency 3-ply panel. The first layer is a dual-denier internally tackified polyester media. This layer is heat-sealed to a high efficiency polyester layer. Combined these layers provide an economical, high efficiency secondary layer with excellent holding capacity.
Stage-3 Series 95S Pocket Filter
The 95S is a MERV 14 95% synthetic pocket filter with high efficiency rating on small particles sizes. This filter is designed to meet the rigid efficiency requirement of the aerospace NESHAP guidelines