Martech offers new system for Grade D breathable air

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Martech Services Co., manufacturer of breathing safety equipment, has added the model 50-WB to its Quality Air Breathing System series for spraying waterborne finishes.

Tom Wright, the company’s marketing director, explains that the system was designed with proper filtration to remove moisture, oil vapors, dirt and other potentially dangerous contaminants.

“It is designed to work with your existing compressed air source to properly filter and monitor the compressed air for Grade D breathable air. This system also provides ultra clean and dry air for use in spraying waterborne or solvent based paints, and can handle up to two painters at the same time,” says Wright.

The 50-WB can process up to 50 standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM) of breathable air or 35 SCFM of clean and dry air, or any combination within those parameters, according the company.

The model sells for $2,895.

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This article originally appeared in the January 2018 issue.

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