Portable Fume Extractor, FILTAIR Capture 5 Series, Input Voltage: 460V, Air Flow (CFM): 900
- Item # 20VE88
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- Mfr. Model # 951574
- Catalog Page # 2406
- UNSPSC # 41103502
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- Item Portable Fume Extractor
- Air Flow (CFM) 900
- MERV 15
- Input Voltage 460V
- Sound Level dBA 77
- Series FILTAIR Capture 5
- Filter Media 452 sq.ft.
- Hz 60
- Input (Amps) 3.7
- Motor HP 3
- Features Larger Capture Area, Easy to Operate Extraction Arm, Source Capture, Automatic Cleaning Filter
- Application Manufacturing and Fabrication Shops, Maintenance and Repair Operations
- Height (In.) 43
- Width (In.) 36
- Depth (In.) 48
- Includes Filter, 10-ft. Extraction Arm
- Standards ETL
Compliance and Restrictions
- Miller Electric FILTAIR Capture 5 Spec Sheet
- Miller Electric FILTAIR Capture 5 Owner's Manual
- Miller Electric FILTAIR Filtek Filters Sell Sheet
- Miller Electric Weld Fume OSHA Hierarchy of Controls
- MILLER ELECTRIC Welding Safety and Health Catalog
- MILLER ELECTRIC Welding and Cutting Products Catalog
- MILLER Vending Solutions Brochure
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