HEPA Filters for the Auroria Vacuum Sander
Removing nail dust and other sanding particles from the air in your clinic is an important precaution for preventing secondary issues associated with dust inhalation. In addition to wearing a sanding mark and protective eye gear, using a vacuum drill can be a highly effective way of reducing particles associated with coughing, sneezing, watery eyes and wheezing.
The Auroria sander is designed to ensure precision work with comfort and ease in mine. It's HEPA bags have a dust retention capacity of 99,9%., making them a highly valuable resource for safety in your clinic.
The Micro Filter bags RT-H5179 are classified as class M filters by the BIA (Germany’s Health & Safety Institute for the work environment).
Once the display code on the side of the unit indicates that it's time to replace the filters, change them immediately. In a clinic serving an average number of clients, the HEPA filter will need to be replaced after about 40 runtime hours.
To replace the Auroria's filters, simply remove the old filter from the side hatch. No special tools are required.
Changing your unit's filters regularly will not only keep your clinic free of particles, but will also ensure that the inner workings of the Auroria remain free of harmful dust that's responsible for preventable early maintenance issues.