Has a Filter for Chemicals-Oil paint, acrylics, sprays all make for great
Contains a HEPA Filter for Particulates-A high efficiency particle arresting (or HEPA) filter is a must if you are working with a medium that generates fine particles of any kind. By definition this type of filter will remove airborne particulates as small as .3 microns. A micron is defined as one millionth of a meter; and the period at the end of this sentence is over 600 microns. Not only will this type of filter remove particulates related to your
Has Pre-Filters for Longevity-Pre-filters are just what their name implies-filters that come before other filters. A cleaner that has several pre-filters will be effective for many times longer that one that has none. The purpose of these filters is to keep the inner HEPA and chemical filters from filling with big particles. By trapping the big particles the HEPA and chemical filters are slower to fill up, and are given a chance to fill with the pollutants that they are best at removing.
Contains a Split Capacitor Motor-An
Is Flexible In Its Placement-Your studio should center on you and your
Has Variable Speed Control-Being able to determine how fast your air is filtered is a really important feature to have. If you are doing a lot of sanding or a lot of spraying, being able to accelerate the rate at which the air is cleaned keeps the air quality high simply by turning the speed up a notch. When there is less going on, you can likewise turn the speed of filtration down, and still keep ahead of the pollutants.
Is Portable-Choosing a unit that is portable gives you control over studio air quality wherever your studio is. A cleaner with heavy duty casters is a nice feature to have. Wheels allow you to move it within your studio or to a studio in a completely different location. Portability means clean air is always as close as the nearest outlet.
Source by Debbie Davis