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EB80 1 Dust Control Booth

EB-80 Dust Control Booth

EB80-1 – Environmental Booths

Industrial Maid EB80-1 Dust Control Booths provide unrivaled industrial dust control solutions for all types of industrial air filtration challenges.

Our environmental booths are designed to filter out unwanted metal finishing dust, fiberglass dust, composite dust and many other types of hazardous dust. Available in various sizes, the modular EB80-1 dust control booths incorporate a three-stage media style industrial air cleaner system. The motor blower package can be a belt drive Class 2 blower or a direct drive high-pressure composite non-sparking blower. Each dust collection environmental booth can be configured in a size to meet your workspace needs with sealed lighting, acoustic sound control or even a 14 mil transparent SAF –T-Cell enclosure. The industrial air filtration module is on a fork lift slip base for simple transport. Let us help you contain nuisance dust in the workplace with our simple, effective and energy-efficient industrial air purifiers.

Contact Industrial Maid for help in designing and configuring a dust control system that will meet your industrial process dust control concern.


Model Motor Volume
Dimensions Weight Blower Filters
  • 3 HP 208-230/460/3/60 TEFC
  • 3,500
  • 109"H x 48"W x 28.5"D
  • 1190 lbs
  • Backward Inclined
  • Composite Wheel
  • (2) Baffle Prefilters
  • (2) MERV 7, 4" Pleat
  • (2) MERV 15 Bags*
  • 5 HP 208-230/460/3/60 TEFC
  • 4,500
  • 114"H x 48"W x 28.5"D
  • 1850 lbs
  • Backward Inclined
  • Composite Wheel
  • (3) Baffle Prefilters
  • (3) MERV 7, 4" Pleat
  • (3) MERV 15 Bags*
  • 3 HP 208-230/460/3/60 TEFC
  • 4,500
  • 102"H x 72"W x 28.5"D
  • 739 lbs
  • 10 x 10 Belt Drive
  • (3) Baffle Prefilters
  • (3) MERV 7, 4" Pleat
  • (3) MERV 15 Bags*
  • 3 HP 208-230/460/3/60 TEFC
  • 4,500
  • 106"H x 80"W x 120.5"D
  • 950 lbs
  • 10 x 10 Belt Drive
  • (6) MERV 7, 4" Pleat
  • (6) MERV 15 Bags*
  • 2-3 HP 230/460/3/60 TEFC
  • 9,000
  • 106"H x 152"W x 120.5"D
  • 1250 lbs
  • 2 - 10 x 10 Belt Drive
  • (12) MERV 7, 4" Pleat
  • (12) MERV 15 Bags*
  • 5 HP 208-230/460/3/60 TEFC
  • 7,500
  • 106"H x 138"W x 120.5"D
  • 1250 lbs
  • 12 x 12 Belt Drive
  • (8) MERV 7, 4" Pleat
  • (8) MERV 15 Bags*
  • 2-5 HP 230/460/3/60 TEFC
  • 15,000
  • 106"H x 268"W x 120.5"D
  • 2500 lbs
  • 2 - 12 x 12 Belt Drive
  • (16) MERV 7, 4" Pleat
  • (16) MERV 15 Bags*
  • Model Options
    (varies by model)
  • Magnahelic Pressure Gauge
  • Regain
  • Poly Pads - Pre-Filter
  • HEPA Final Filter
  • 2" Aluminum Baffle Filter
  • Carbon V-Banks
  • Thermal Shut-Off
  • Direct Drive Bi-Blower
  • * Efficiencies based on ASHRAE Test Methods.

A Dust Collection Booth Can Be an Integral Part of an Engineered Solution

Our top-of-the-line dust control booths filter out hazardous contaminants produced by today's manufacturing processes such as welding, grinding, cutting and machining. Using high suction velocity, Industrial Maid environmental booths collect particulates, fumes and smoke – protecting your workers without costly ductwork. We take your filtration and dust collection requirements and engineer a system that optimizes productivity while keeping in mind the comfort and safety of your workforce. Our line of dust control booths allow for customization of configuration, size (including height), filter media, lighting and sound insulation.

Speak with an Air Quality Expert about our Dust Collection and Environmental Booths

If you have questions about the specs of our dust extraction booth models featured here just give us a call at 877-624-3247 Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM CST. You can speak with an air quality specialist with no obligation – just helpful, courteous service. Outside of office hours please fill out our information request form and we will respond first thing when our offices open.

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Talk to a Live Expert when You Want the Best Dust Control Booth or Fume Booth

For applications where finishing processes produce heavy amounts of smoke or dust we often recommend a fume booth or welding booth. In situations where airborne particles spread throughout the process area before they can be collected by ambient or source capture systems, the best solution is a self contained ventilation booth. Industrial Maid features a line of EB series dust control booths that come in various sizes with airflows ranging from 4,500 CFM to as high as 15,000 CFM. With modular design and a fork lift slip base they can be customized to fit your space and easily moved later if necessary, to accommodate facility layout changes. Patented SAF-T-Cell enclosures, acoustic material, and different motor/blower packages make it is easy to protect your workforce by maintaining the air quality in your facility. For customers who require efficiency as high as 99.97%, the HEPA after-filter is another popular option.

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We Look at Every Customer’s Application as Unique

At Industrial Maid we know which questions to ask – and we listen closely to the answers. With over 35 years of combined experience in the industrial air quality industry we know that every industry has specific challenges and requirements. When customers come to us with concerns about finding the best dust collection booth system to provide a work environment safe from airborne hazards, our engineers immediately know which factors have to be considered. We look at the type of application, the level and type of contaminants produced, facility layout, workflow, workspace constraints, noise levels, legislative requirements, and potential energy savings with options like integrated system controls.


Based on much research OSHA has published information regarding the effects of Zinc oxide dust on humans. Although usually considered to be mainly a nuisance dust, workers exposed to high levels of zinc oxide dust can develop respiratory health complications. Inhaling concentrations ranging from up to 430 mg/m(3) [chest pain] to 600 mg/m(3) [rattling breath, coughing, pain and irritation]. Workers inhaling zinc oxide fumes have been known to develop what is commonly referred to as "fume fever" described by the American Welding Society as flu-like symptoms. In addition, frequent skin contact with zinc oxide can lead to unpleasant eruptions on skin on various areas of the body.


Silica is most often recognized as the main element in common minerals like sandstone and granite. But many industrial workplaces where grinding occurs on a daily basis do not realize that many other common construction materials like clay bricks, concrete, tiles and fibro cement products contain silica. Grinding, cutting or drilling of these materials creates fine silica dust particles to be suspended in a worker's breathing space. Initially, exposure to silica dust will result in irritation of the eyes, nose and throat. But upon exposure to high levels of very fine silica dust or lower levels over a long period of time, a serious lung disease called silicosis often occurs. This disease is caused by a build up of silica dust in the lungs that leads to scarring and stiffness that results in labored breathing and shortness of breath. In addition to resulting in permanent heart and lung disease, after exhaustive research the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has also classified crystalline silica dust as a human carcinogen. For easy reference regarding the importance of protecting workers from overexposure to silica dust refer to OSHA's crystalline fact sheet.


Calcium chloride is considered to be a very low level toxin but when inhaled can cause upper respiratory tract irritation. The most important reason for using a proper dust collection system however, is that calcium chloride dust can be hazardous as a reactionary element. Mixing it with water generates a considerable amount of heat creating a burn risk, dust that settles on the floor of a work area can absorb moisture and become slippery, and when heated toxic chlorine fumes can result.


There are many occurrences of magnesium chloride in the industrial workplace. The preparation of cement and refrigeration brine, manufacturing some ceramics, textiles and papers, fireproofing equipment and wood, cooling drilling tools and de-icing surfaces are just a few of its common uses. In his book "Risk Management for Hazardous Chemicals" Jeffrey w. Vincoli points out that magnesium chloride is considered to be moderately toxic when inhaled as it often causes sneezing, cough, and irritation of the nose and throat. Particles and dust containing magnesium can irritate eyes and nasal passages to the point of experiencing membrane tearing and nosebleeds. Also, when magnesium dust comes in contact with the water in bronchial passages it is possible that a caustic form of magnesium hydroxide can result which can lead to serious burns and tissue damage.


In numerous publications OSHA emphasizes the importance of recognizing the multiple hazards associated with wood dust exposure in the workplace. It is even important to identify the type of wood being processed when assessing the potential health consequences. Those consequences run the gamut from irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat to pulmonary function impairment to the classification of wood dust as a human carcinogen. Also of utmost importance is the fact that airborne dust can create the potential for a dust explosion.