Designed to fit into an existing salon/training space.
Stainless steel spill tray.
Second top collar
90% vapour removal
Over 90% of airborne dust removal in capture zone.
Dimensions: 540mm (L) x 405mm (W) x 120mm (H)
3-speed fan switch / ultra quiet – medium – hi flow
Max 68w power consumption
NZ Units do not come with power points
Durable aluminium / steel construction.
Total weight under 12kgs
6 – 12 month filter life on average
MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
Cosmeticair products come with an unconditional 4-year warranty on fan motors & 1-year warranty against manufacture faults.
Shipping estimate will be sent to you as soon as possible.
Cosmeticair units have primarily been designed to remove fumes created in a salon environment. They are GREAT at removing fumes, or vapour is the term technician’s use.
When working within the ‘capture zone’ as illustrated in the instruction manual, the unit has been proven to remove over 99% of fumes entering the unit, They have also been proven to remove over 90% of toxic and harmful dust.
Units have been independently laboratory tested in Adelaide (data available). Our units use an extraction fan to remove the fumes; as a consequence the units will remove ‘airborne dust’. From a health point of view, this prevents technicians inhaling these fine dust particles. Anything too heavy for suspension in the air will still need to be manually removed from the table.
Units can be left running for long periods due to the centrifugal fan that is fitted. Units can be left on to remove other salon odours; however this will shorten the life span of the filters.
All units have a 3-Speed fan switch.
Speed 1 – Light applications Speed 2 – General applications Speed 3 – Heavy filing
Dacron Pre-filter Discs
These discs are designed to prevent excess dust entering the unit. They should be removed and washed frequently. They are hand or machine washable and reusable. All units come with a packet of 5.
These filters do all the work to remove fumes. They contain activated carbon. There are two filters located underneath the unit, one either side. The fan sucks the air down from the capture zone and pushes it through the filters. Once the air has passed through the filters, it then re-enters the air stream clean.
Filter life will vary on individual technicians use. Filters last an average of 6 months.
A healthier workplace environment may cost far less than you think. The expected maintenance costs, for a Cosmeticair system, used daily by an average user is less than $7 per week, or $364 per year if filters are replaced every six months.