The Importance of Industrial Oil Mist Filtration
What is Oil Mist?
Removing oil mist and oil mist collection is an important aspect of any workplace. It not only provides cleanliness, but also eliminates any safety hazards.
Oil mist turns into an oily substance on equipment and products when left to hinder on its own. Metalworking shops and other shops who utilize metalworking machinery typically control those machines with electronics and other sensitive controls that when coated in oil mist can disrupt the production process and cause a film of oil across equipment and other tools, which is less than ideal.
Long-term or repeated exposure to oil mist is harmful to your health. Oil mist contains 90% to 95% water and the remaining mix is made up of a soluble oil—but depending on the type of oil-based fluid being used, can contain a number of other additives as well.
How to Control Oil Mist
The best solution for oil mist is to install an industrial oil mist filtration unit that utilizes industrial oil mist filters for oil mist collection. The Industrial Maid mist collector solutions offer a vertical configuration to filter oil mist, smoke and grinding dust. Using a fiberglass media filtration and HEPA final filter option makes it an idea, and safe, solution for removing oil mist and smoke particles.
Models are available in four standard sizes with CFM ranges from 500 CFM to 8,000 CFM. The direct drive high efficiency backward inclined blowers provide low cost service, help extend filter service life and keep the motor out of the air stream.
The Aztech OM36V series offers:
- Vertical configuration
- High efficiency backward inclined blowers for low-cost service
- Utilizes standard size, high efficiency filters
- Optional configuration allows for hanging from eyebolts, brackets or use of a heavy-duty stand
- Carbon HEPA final filtration
Learn more about the Industrial Maid AZTech OM36V series oil mist filtration products.