Dimensions: 40-1/4" Long x 20-7/8" Wide x 12-7/8" High Weight: 113 Ibs. CFM: 450-950 CFM Motor: 1/4 Horse Power Amps: 6 amps Mounting Method: Ceiling / Wall
The SE 40 and SE 50 commercial air cleaners are the most popular models in the Smokeeter line. SE 40 units provide an air flow range between 450 to 950 CFM and can be mounted to ceilings and walls. The Smokeeter SE 40 is used individually or in combination with other Smokeeters to create dynamic airflow patterns.
With multiple speed settings and a carbon after-filter for odor control, SE 40 smoke eaters are ideal for environments that don't have space above the ceiling like restaurants, cigar bars, nightclubs, and can also be implemented in non-smoking environments such as nursing homes, auto body shops, schools, and more.
Benefits of SE 40 Smokeeters
35% more effective in capturing submicronic particles
Are energy and cost-efficient
Use less horsepower than media units making them operate quietly
The aluminum collection cell components prolong filter life
Can be mounted or installed to walls and ceilings
2x the amount of collection surface area means less clean up
Smokeeter air cleaners utilize Electrostatic Precipitator technology to eliminate dust, pollen, bacteria, smoke, viruses, and more from the air. Regardless of if your business or facility is in need of one Smokeeter or multiple to develop an effective airflow pattern, the SE 40 model will establish a clean air environment while lowering utility bills.
Smokeeter units keep cleaned air circulating indoors instead of extracting expensive heated or cooled air outdoors. They use less energy than media units and minimize pollution from building up on windows, furnishings, and walls. To improve your indoor air quality and prevent Sick Building Syndrome or any other health hazard from affecting your visitors and employees, implement the SE 40 in your establishment. If you have any questions or would like to learn more, contact us by calling (866) 651-9761 or emailing email@example.com.
How Do Smoke Eaters work?
The motor/blower assembly draws air through an aluminum mesh filter which removes large particles from the contaminated air.
As the particles pass through the ionizer section, they are given an intense positive charge.
These charged particles are then collected on cell plates.
The clean air is redistributed into the room by adjustable outlet diffusers.
An activated carbon after-filter (optional) aids In controlling odor.
The clean, fresh air is then re-circulated back into the room.