- Additional information
Art No: BV3000 – Nail Desk with Fume Extraction and Dust Filtration
The BV3000 Ventilated Manicure Nail Desk is the only nail desk in the market with fume extractor that removes toxic fume s from nail products and fine dust produced from nail filing. These are the products that can potentially cause you harm.
It’s ventilation fan motor is made by ebmpapst, the same company used by Mercedes AMG Petronas to cool the F1 car on the track.
It’s also the only nail technician nail desk that comes with a LIFETIME GUARANTEE for its motor.
- Each unit is fitted with an efficient but quiet fan motor made by ebm papst, a world leader in ventilation engineering.
- Its fan motor comes with a Lifetime Guarantee
- It has two-levels of filtration, which filter fine dust and fumes (particulate and carbon filter)
- Removes up to 99% of Toxic Fumes
- It complies with Health and Safety Standards (SR13)
- Particle Filter Blockage indicator
- Integrated power socket for ancillary products
- Ventilated Storage Drawer
- Illuminated on/off switch
- Easy to Install and Easy to Use
- Available in Black or White
- LED Light Unit (optional Extra)
Why is the BV3000 manicure table the right choice for your salon?
Products used in Beauty Salons contain chemicals that are potentially dangerous to the health. So, if you are regularly exposed to these products, you need an extraction system.
However, some ventilated nail desk systems currently available on the market are simply elaborate fans or simple dust removers. They simply move air around without removing the fumes to the levels required by law. If you are using one of these and your premises don’t have good ventilation, you’re not only exposing yourself to health hazards, but you’re also potentially breaching Health and Safety Regulations.
What makes BV3000 Nail Desk different?
The BenchVent BV3000 Ventilated Manicure Nail Desk uses 2-stage filtration. Its fan motor sucks air and passes it through the first filter, a Particulate Filter that traps the fine dust. The air then moves through the second filter, a Carbon Filter, which adsorbs the fumes. This process removes up to 99% of the fumes generated during the manicure procedure, thus ensuring that the air in your nail salon is safe for you, your staff and your clients.
What does the law say?
HSE (Health & Safety Executive) recommends that a salon should have good standard of ventilation (SR13) and suggests the use of extractor hood or downdraught table. It also clearly states that dust masks are not acceptable as a control (according to the COSHH Essentials SR13 guide on nail bars)
In some areas, it is mandatory to install salon extraction system if people are regularly exposed to hazardous substances such as hardeners, drying agents, curing agents, MMA (Methyl Methacrylate) and nail dust as well as other solvent based products. It is also worth noting that long term exposure to MMA can cause damage to the respiratory system and the liver.
Demonstrating adequate control of the risks to the health of employees students and the general public, from dusts, powders, mists, fumes and vapours is the fundamental requirement of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (CoSHH). For LEV information for employers visit the HSE website.
Melamine face MDF construction of the pedestal and top with aluminium down draught plate – 4 x castor wheels (2 locking) – pre dust particulate filter and activated carbon chemical/odour filter – high efficiency backward curved blower, UL, VDE and CSA approved – sealed electric wiring down stream of filters – filter blockage light, – fused electrical socket in pedestal – illuminated on/off switch.
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230V 50Hz 210W, 115V 60Hz 220W
Pad PreFilter – Deep Activated Carbon Filter
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