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Air Box 2 Stealth 800 CFM 6″ Flanges Carbon Inline Filter

(1 customer review)

$ 429.95

  • Easy to install, use and maintain
  • Adaptable to any duct/ filtering system
  • Replaceable high-flow carbon filters
  • 100% premium activated coconut charcoal
  • 100% air tight, continuous worry-free operation
  • Commercial, industrial and residential applications
  • Made in the USA

Discount per Quantity

Quantity 1-5 6-9 10-19 20-60
Price $ 429.95 $ 419.20 $ 408.45 $ 386.96

Does not include shipping or customs brokerage if shipped to Canada,

SKU: AB02 Category: Tags: Brand:

Air Box original, premium commercial-grade, high-flow carbon filter. Obliterates excess heat, destroys odors and circulates fresh air! Replaceable filters can be changed to maintain optimal performance.

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Max. CFM:

800

Residence Time @ Recommended CFM:

0.04

Pressure (W.G.) @ Recommended CFM:

0.6 W.G.

Inlet/Outlet size:

6"

Compatible FANS:

Ruck Classic HO 6” or Ruck 6″ Prime Evo

Prefilter:

No

Number of Cartridges:

2

Flange:

6"

Unit size:

22.5"x 10"x 12"

Outlet size

6"

Total Weight:

24 lbs

Cartridges Size:

12” x 20” x 1”

Maximum Operating Temp:

176 F

CTC rate:

60

Air flow type:

Designed to push or pull the Air

1 review for Air Box 2 Stealth 800 CFM 6″ Flanges Carbon Inline Filter

  1. Jason (verified owner)

    We purchased this filter unit as the final filtration stage for a 100 watt CO2 laser cutter, after prefilters and a large HEPA filter. The unit is impressively well-built, unlike the HEPA unit we bought. It works well, but not perfectly – when cutting wood or acrylic, for example, you can still smell it a little in the output exhaust. I wouldn’t recommend venting it indoors, but at least we aren’t killing passing birds or knocking out pedestrians on the sidewalk outside.

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