Air filtration systems provider A.J. Dralle Inc. has introduced the HEPA-XFP, a third-stage filtration system meeting HEPA-level efficiencies, NESHAP Method 319, and ASHRAE 52.2 testing.
Specifically constructed for aerospace paint booth exhaust systems using chromate paint formulations, the HEPA-XFP fits into standard three-stage filtration frames, with no HEPA framework needed. The third and HEPA stages combine into one filter with a low initial pressure drop.
|The HEPA-XFP filtration system was designed for aerospace paint booths that use chromate paint formulations.|
According to the manufacturer, the HEPA-XFP decreases or eliminates construction, upgrading, monitoring, filter replacement, maintenance, and disposal costs associated with HEPA-required paint booths.
New HEPA Requirements
Company president and CEO James Dralle said the system had been developed in response to concerns over new HEPA-level requirements in California.
“Since most states eventually adapt the environmental laws enacted in California, the HEPA-level requirements could cost the industry untold millions of dollars in paint booth construction,” Dralle said. “The HEPA-XFP eliminates those costs.”
Based in Joliet, IL, A.J. Dralle Inc. manufactures and distributes air filters to an extensive customer base, including the aerospace, auto body, food service, health care and manufacturing industries. The company also manufactures the XFP-6000 Paint Overspray System, designed for the collection of aerospace chromate coating overspray.
More information: http://www.ajdrallefilters.com.