MAPCO’s Products Provide Efficient Chrome Mist Removal

Ultra-MACT equipment has compliance with the toughest chrome regulations, including the CARB "ATCM Hexavalent Chrome Standard."

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Midwest Air Products Co.’s Ultra-MACT combines multiple-stage composite mesh pad (CMP) technology with a final-stage HEPA filter to achieve what the company says is the highest possible removal efficiency for chrome mists, while maintaining long HEPA filter life and reducing operating expense. Ultra-MACT equipment has proven compliance with the toughest chrome regulations, including the CARB “ATCM Hexavalent Chrome Standard,” MAPCO says.

These units are available complete with CMP and HEPA stages, fans, control panels and washdown equipment. Alternatively, the final-stage HEPA housing and filters (pictured) can be retro-fit to the company’s MAPCO Enforcer III chrome eliminators, or most any competitor’s CMP device.

 

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