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Paint Booth Filters - Arrestors

SmartMedia Paint Arrestors

Clean SmartMedia

Smart Media Means:

  • Fewer Change outs
  • Less System maintenance
  • Improved Paint booth ventilation

SmartMedia paint arrestor pads and blankets are manufactured with high-loft filtration media which is comprised of 3 progressively denser layers. A scrim is added for the overall stability, holding the arrestor in place, thereby reducing air bypass.

How to use smart media paint booth filters.

Smart Media
Large fibers on the first layer (ten times the diameter of the final layer are open faced, coiled and bundled for structural stability and to insure capturing large paint particles. Fibers in the middle layer are less bundled and engineered to intercept progressively smaller particles passing through the first layer.
The third layer is comprised of single 21-micron fibers. It forms the final barrier for preventing particles from breaking away and contaminating the system. It is especially effective at capturing small, dry paint particles.
Result: Paint is evenly collected throughout the entire pad. Change outs are reduced and productivity is increased.

SmartMedia contains Poly b. A technology employed during manufacturing that produces two primary benefits:

1. Softer, safer, easier handling fibers.
2. Total Tac: the industry's first, true 100% tackification product. Total Tac captures dust and paint particles before they escape up the stack and into the environment.

Paper Paint Arrestors

Paper Paint Arrestors

Our Paper Paint Arrestors

RP® Paint Arrestors are disposable paint over spray collectors that efficiently trap paint solids before they reach the exhaust stack.

These were the first dry filters specifically designed to control paint over spray. Through the years, the RP family of standard, high efficiency and capacity Paint Arrestors have proven to be a cost effective, efficient way to handle virtually every over spray requirement. Fabricated of slit and expanded paper, or slit and expanded paper with polyester, the multiple layers of RP Paint Arrestors are assembled so the intake side has larger openings than the exhaust side. This provides depth loading for maximum service life.

ALERT! New EPA Regulation

A new national standard now requires all shops that spray coatings containing a targeted hazardous air pollutant (HAP) to conduct spray operations in a booth outfitted with an exhaust filter with a removal efficiency of 98% or greater. Work with your paint booth manufacturer or filter supplier to select the right filter for your shop's filtration needs.

For specific details of the regulation, visit the EPA website at: