Zephyr Giant

Camfil's mobile dust extractor Zephyr Giant is designed to capture and filter dry airborne pollutants primarily from welding applications but also can be used in other non-ATEX processes such as grinding, polishing and cutting of metals. The Zephyr Giant is able to handle larger air volumes up to 2,000 m³/h (1,200 cfm) and can be configured with two arms to extract emissions from two workplaces at ones.

  • Best filtration effeiciency for higher emission loads
  • Three-stage filtration and optional HEPA filter available
  • Manually-activated, venturi-assisted pulse cleaning system
  • Can be configured with one/two 3 metre long extraction arms
  • Easy 360° positioning of the capture hood
  • Mobile dust extractor which can be used on two separate workplaces
  • Plug & play dust extraction solution


The mobile dust extractor Zephyr Giant perfectly handles higher loads of dry dust and fumes from processes like welding, grinding or cutting.
Installation options
Mobile dust extractors are a flexible and effective way to clean up the workshop environment from dry airborne dust and fumes, especially when it comes to changing workplaces. Choosing the model with two extraction arms, the Zephyr Giant mobile dust extractor captures emissions from two workplaces at once.
The more powerful mobile dust extractor Zephyr Giant can be used for sporadic extraction needs, short shifts or repairs but also for continuous operation on most demanding applications.

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