Aerovex Systems shows salons how to improve indoor air quality with an Aerovex Ventilation System. This video shows how a source capture system, room purifier, and a building ventilation system can minimize inhalation exposure to nail products and reduce the health risk of salon technicians.
Doug Schoon lays out in simple terms how to properly ventilate your salon. For more info on the PBA and NMC ventilation guidelines, click here for a PDF handout.For more Doug Schoon videos please visit - http://facetofacewithdougschoon.com/
The Sunflower II System by Aerovex Systems is an air filtration device for dust removal. The powerful cyclone system draws in UV-gel and acrylic nail dust as well as other air pollutants. It now features new, brighter LED lighting, and for a limited time still available with standard 20 Watt Halogen lighting.
Aerovex Systems' Nails Source Capture System with new Healthy Air Technology is the next generation in nail salon ventilation technology. The new portable air ventilation system is built to protect the breathing zones of nail technicians and prevent overexposure to monomer, acetone, and associated acrylic vapors and dusts.
Since 1988, Aerovex Systems has developed innovative products to provide proper ventilation appropriate for all salon chemical services. Now Aerovex is unveiling two new state-of-the-art Salon Source Capture Ventilation Systems featuring “Healthy Air” technologies. The new “Healthy Air” source capture ventilation systems combine eHEPA technology with enhanced activated carbon filtration.
The invisible beachball-sized sphere of air that surrounds your face in all directions is a great place to start implementing efficient salon ventilation. NAILS walks you through all of the things you need to know, from what to look for in a ventilation system to how the components work to a few tweaks you can make in your day-to-day habits for extra protection. Get ready to breathe easy.
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This video, from the Local Hazardous Waste Program in King County, Washington, shows the measurement levels of common nail salon solvents in the air, both with and without source-capture ventilation.
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