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Combo System Provides Air for Both Safe Breathing and Paint Spray

Martech Services’ Model 50-WB combination waterborne/breathable air system is designed to work with existing compressed air sources to properly filter and monitor compressed air to produce Grade D breathable air, plus it provides clean and dry air for spraying waterborne paints.

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Martech Services Company’s Model 50-WB combination waterborne/breathable air system is designed to work with existing compressed air sources to properly filter and monitor compressed air to produce Grade D breathable air, plus it provides clean and dry air for spraying waterborne paints.

With all the features of the company’s Model 50 series quality air breathing system, this combination unit removes moisture, oil vapors, gaseous hydrocarbons, dirt, rust, scale and other potentially dangerous contaminants, then lowers the dew point and relative humidity to allow for spraying of waterborne paints. The combo system can process as much as 50 scfm of breathable air or 35 scfm of clean and dry air, or any combination within those parameters, the company says. It also is available in an 80-scfm system.

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