Industrial Filtration   - Since 1978

Electronic Air Filtration Systems (Machine Mount)

MistBuster® 850

Filtration Stages:

1st Stage: 2" baffled inertial impinger
2nd Stage: 2" aluminum mesh impinger
3rd Stage: AQE Advantage (Long Life) Electronic Cell
4th Stage: MistBuster (High-Efficiency) Cell
5th Stage: Optional MistBuster (High-Efficiency) Cell
6th Stage: Optional HEPA filter 99.97% efficiency, ESF Filter, or Carbon Module

Principles of Operation:

Polluted air is drawn through the first stage mechanical mist impingers. These impingers are designed to remove the larger mist droplets and particles. The remaining submicron particles are removed in the second and third stage electrostatic precipitator (ESP) sections.

To optimize efficiency, an aluminum... Read More



MistBuster® 500

The MistBuster® 500 is a self-contained mist removal system designed to capture mist and smoke from metal working applications in industry. The MistBuster® can be direct mounted to machine tools or ducted using optional plenum and flex hose. The MistBuster® is the superior alternative to conventional centrifugal and media-type systems.

Filtration Stages:
1st Stage: 2” baffled inertial impinger
2nd Stage: 2” aluminum mesh impinger
3rd Stage: DuroClean (Long Life) Electronic Cell
4th Stage: Optional HEPA filter 99.97% efficiency, ESF Filter, or Carbon Module

Principles of Operation:

Polluted air is drawn through the first st... Read More



Mistbuster® 2000

Filtration Stages:

1st Stage: 4" aluminum mesh impingement
2nd Stage: AQE Advantage (Long Life) Electronic Cell x 2
3rd Stage: MistBuster (High- Efficiency) Cell x 2
4th Stage: Optional MistBuster (High-Efficiency) Cell x 2
5th Stage: Optional HEPA filter 99.97% efficiency, ESF Filter, or Carbon Module

Principles of Operation:

Polluted air is drawn through the first stage mechanical mist impingers. These impingers are designed to remove thelarger mist droplets and particles. The remaining sub-micron mist droplets and particles are removed in the second stage through the process of electrostatic precipitation (ESP). The ESP provides... Read More