Zephyr III

The Zephyr III mobile extraction unit perfectly captures grinding dusts and welding fumes directly at the source and therefore help to remove harmful emissions from the workplace. Thanks to its three-stage filtration and the manually activated pulse cleaning system, the Zephyr III mobile extraction unit safely handles light do medium dust loads with an air volume of 1,200 m³/h (700 cfm).

  • Three-stage filtration
  • Manually-activated, venturi-assisted pulse cleaning system
  • Large deployable radius due to 3 metre extraction arm
  • Easy 360° capture hood positioning
  • Durable powder painted metal construction built for usage in the industrial environment
  • Roll-out dust drawer
  • Plug & play


The mobile extraction unit Zephyr III is designed to extract and filter dry airborne pollutants from manual metalworking applications like welding, grinding, polishing or cutting.
Installation options
Mobile extraction units are one of the most flexible and effective ways to clean up your workshop environment from dry airborne pollutants, especially with changing workplaces.
The mobile extraction unit Zephyr III is perfect for sporadic usage, short shifts or repairs in a maintenance department as they exist in almost every company.

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