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Case Study: Laker Energy LTD

Case Study: Laker Energy LTD


Precision Machining Company in the Nuclear Parts Industry Uses Aeroex Oil Mist Collector for 15 YEARS WITH NO MAINTENANCE.

Laker Energy LTD was one of Aeroex’s first clients dating back to 2007 and after 15 years their original oil and coolant mist collector is still performing as strongly as the day they bought it. 


Case Study: Laker Energy LTD

Laker Energy is a Canadian success story – founded more than 20 years ago, its 140 employees produce components for CANDU® nuclear power utilities around the globe using precision machining techniques. Laker Energy started their business supplying nuclear grade pipe, tubing, fittings, fasteners that hold up under pressurized operating conditions. To supply the nuclear industry, they are a CSA N285.0 certified Material organization and are a supplier of CANDU parts like fuel channel components, feeder components, and reactivity control components. Its mission is to provide best-in-class service that is safe, emphasizing quality and customer satisfaction. Their mission was a success, as they have since been acquired by BWX Technologies Inc., a large, 150-year-old US-based nuclear power and operations company serving the US government. You can find them at one of their southern Ontario machine shops or their Oakville headquarters. The Challenge

Today Laker Energy has a very large machine shop, but that wasn’t always the case. When they were starting in the 2000s their machine shop was much smaller and tightly packed. Because everything was so close together, even a small oil mist problem is going to feel big! Laker was running many cycles in their shop and had begun to observe ambient mist conditions over the day. Oil mist can become an issue for anyone, including Laker – if you are using higher tool speeds, applying fluid to cutting edges, and/or have higher workplace temperatures. Laker prioritized safety and quality and understood that issues with oil mist could include acute/chronic health issues, visibility, slippery floors and equipment, maintenance, work stoppages, and environmental pollutants.


The Solution

After identifying the oil mist issue, Laker Energy came to Aeroex for a reliable mist collector solution that would fit into their existing shop configuration. Laker Energy received one of Aeroex’s earlier models based on the design of the day in 2007. Key issues for Laker Energy in selecting an oil mist collector manufacturer were: 

  • A modular design that could fit into their “smaller” shop;
  • High quality to align with their customer needs in the nuclear industry, and; 
  • Reliable performance with minimal disruptions to their busy and growing business. 

Aeroex oil mist collectors use industrial air purification systems based on the science of how mist, vapors, smoke, and fumes behave when released, so Laker Energy was confident that the oil mist issue would be dealt with. However, they also needed a solution that addressed their key issues (above). The Aeroex oil mist collectors achieved this by:

  • Size Having flexible unit sizes and mounting options that can fit into any shop or machine. The modular design allows it to be a source control measure via mounting that occupies a very low shop footprint if you are short on space. Tubing can be used if desired, but it is generally not required – giving it that clean shop look.
  • Quality Aeroex is a made-in-Canada solution that uses the highest quality parts and manufacturing in the units they produce, a standard that Laker Energy expects from its equipment. Aeroex does not cut corners with cheap parts, and the thoughtful design enforces a quality mindset.
  • Reliability Aeroex uses multistage filtration that extends performance for years to come. Primary and secondary mechanical elements have an “infinite” life with some periodic handwashing, and the depth loading fibre bed is thick and durable enough to go for years without clogging thanks to the staging of primary elements that remove most oil mist.

The Results

Laker Energy knew they had the oil mist collection solution they needed, but the result went beyond their expectations. They now have many Aeroex oil mist collectors, but that first model they purchased back in 2007 is still going in 2021! It has run without disruptions for many machine cycles without major maintenance or filter changes, and it even made the move with them when they upgraded to a larger shop. Hear it first hand from a Senior Manager at Laker Energy, who said during an Aeroex shop visit that: 

  • “We purchased backup filters, and to this day we haven’t had to install them”!
  • “They run all day, every day (three shifts)”.
  • “No problems with clogging”.
  • “We use Aeroex for rough machining, which creates a lot of mist. We’ve tried a couple of other mist collectors in the past, but performance-wise they have longer cycle times than Aeroex.” 

Evident from the case study is that the result was a resounding success. The Laker Energy results demonstrate that Aeroex oil mist collectors truly are an investment that pays for itself, and even in rough machining operations, they outperform the competition with longevity for years to come. When Laker Energy chose their first oil mist collector, they never imagined it would still be running 15 years later to the same standard as when they got it! 


Apply the Case Study to Your Needs

If you are reviewing this case study, you are likely aware of your oil mist collector needs and maybe starting to refine your search to a final model. Aeroex understands that selecting an oil mist collector manufacturer and model can be a difficult process. The industry has its language and performance standards with various companies making claims about what is being provided or omitting key details. The Laker Energy case studies prove the standard Aeroex provides is transparent and lives up to its promise. Aeroex oil mist collectors are an excellent investment with high performance and a better life cycle than other brands, as Laker Energy experienced firsthand. If the Laker Energy experience sounds like something you want for your operation, reach out to our team today to get started

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Case Study: Benmur Precision Tooling

Oil Mist Collector Helps Waterloo Machine Shop Perform Fly Cutting Machining. When Benmur Precision Tooling stepped up their machining operation to fly cut larger products for a client in the tech sector, oil mist quickly became an issue. They came to this oil mist collector manufacturer for an industry-leading air purification system at an affordable price.

Case Study: Benmur Precision Tooling 

Established in 2008, Benmur Precision Tooling is a specialty machining shop located in Waterloo, Ontario – the “Silicon Valley North” of Canada. Benmur uses 5-axis CBC milling like the Kitamura 4xD to produce components, housings, hardware assemblies, and many other products. They work for clients across southern Ontario in industries like nuclear, automotive, food manufacturing, lasers or optical systems, and digital projection. Notable clients include Nikon, North + Google, and the University of Waterloo. Benmur serves this industry with machining techniques like lathe turning, injection mold making, grinding, polishing, waterjet cutting, anodizing and coating, mig and tig welding, and of course multi-axis machining.


The Challenge

When Benmur Precision Tooling was commissioned by a company in the local tech sector to produce a larger specialized part, they got straight to work with a machining program that required fly cutting. Fly cutting is a machining technique in which a single point cutter is used on a mill, often to produce a surface finish when a face mill can’t get the job done at the right cost or scale. Its larger diameter means that you can get a great finish for your product in a single pass. This was the main driver for Benmur selecting fly cutting as the technique for their client, as the products Benmur had to machine were fairly large. Unfortunately for Benmur due to the scale of the production and the technique involved, the buildup of oil mist as a byproduct of machining became too much. Oil mist built up in the machine and was released into the shop, leading to work disruptions 3 to 4 times a day as staff tried to deal with the oil mist. It became clear that if Benmur wanted to produce large parts requested by its clients, the problem had to be addressed –both for operational efficiency, quality, and health and safety. Benmur did not have an oil mist collector but knew that they could not continue to operate in a shop with machines overrun by oil and coolant mists.


The Solution

When Benmur Precision Tooling needed an oil mist collector, they came to Aeroex as the mist collector manufacturer who could meet their needs with an affordable, made-in-Canada solution that would fit right into their shop. Aeroex examined Benmur’s needs to understand what type of pollutants they were experiencing, what sources of pollutants had to be controlled, the size of the operation, the volume of the building, the types of machines they had, and what ventilation was in place. This was compared against the suite of oil mist collector products Aeroex offers to select the best model with the best value for Benmur. After consultation, Aeroex recommended the Mist-Fit 550 oil mist collector, an option that was compact yet high performing, affordable, and ideal for high-pressure coolant and oil applications.

The Mist-Fit is an Aeroex oil mist collector that eliminates mist, smoke, and fine particles caused by machining. It eliminates oil mist through four consecutive stages of filtration, each providing a layer of operational efficiency. The first two elements eliminate up to 95% of mist by disrupting the flow, quickly causing droplets to condense and drain out of the filter stages back to the sump of your system. With much of the oil mist already eliminated, the third-stage fiber bed can work in optimal conditions to capture small, sub-micron-sized particles (0.3 um) with 95% efficiency. The depth loading fiber bed has a significant thickness, meaning it has a very long useful life and high removal efficiency thanks to the amount of filter media – not to mention lower oil mist concentrations after the first two stages. This is in stark contrast to competitors who often use thin filters without primary filtration, resulting in frequent clogging, maintenance, and filter replacements. If your system is releasing the smallest smoke and fume particles, an optional HEPA filter is staged after the fiber bed to finish the job. To learn more about the design features of the model Benmur selected on Aeroex’s recommendation check out the product page. The information contained within demonstrates the design features of the solution and the efficiency it offers the end-user.  


The Results

After a quick and easy installation (approximately one hour to mount the new unit), Benmur immediately noticed the improved operations of the shop and the virtual elimination of the oil mist that had become a big issue during their previous fly cutting. As time went on, they also discovered the low maintenance and operating costs of the Mist-Fit, one of the key benefits they cited in their debrief with Aeroex about their experience with the Mist-Fit. As shown in the breakdown of the Mist-Fit design (above), the Mist-Fit oil mist collector was specifically designed to deliver on performance without the frequent maintenance commonly associated with other models. The result was Benmur Precision Tooling continuing to operate in their Waterloo shop for their many tech sector clients.


Apply the Case Study to Your Needs

Those interested in the Benmur Precision Tooling case study should know that challenges with oil mist during machining are not unique to them. You may be experiencing newfound challenges for the first time as you branch out into new techniques, products, and service volumes, for example, if you are starting to incorporate high-pressure coolants. Like Benmur Precision Tooling, you will find that there are solutions available to you and experts ready to help you navigate your need for an oil mist collector. If you think this is you and you’re ready to get started, contact Aeroex today.

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Case Study: Lauer Machine

Coolant Mist Collector Helps Machine Shop Expand Into High-Pressure Coolant Applications. When Lauer Machine added high-pressure coolants for their machining operations, they went to Aeroex to supply an oil mist collector that would keep their staff, equipment, and the environment safe.


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Started in 1973 as a single-person operation, today Lauer Machine is a modern machine shop providing vertical and horizontal milling, lathing, measurement analysis, cylindrical grinding, and many other techniques using materials like stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and even bronze or titanium. Operating under the motto of “manufacturing beyond expectation”, the work done by Lauer is frequently recognized by their clients like Husking Injection Molding Systems Ltd. You’ll find them at their 10,000 square foot shop in Orangeville, Ontario.


The Challenge

There comes a time when every machining shop begins to implement high-pressure coolants, and a strong performing and growing company like Lauer Machine is no exception. It could be at times like when you landed that important client who orders materials outside your usual selection, such as titanium. Unfortunately, the standard machining approach without high-pressure coolant will typically lead to chip formation. Chip formation is caused by material failures that do not conform with the machine cuts being made, resulting in the accumulation of chips in the workspace. High-pressure coolant addresses the issues of chip formation and size by helping the materials and tools to transmit heat away from the machining zone, reducing chip formation and the wear and tear on your tools.


High-pressure coolant is an excellent technology to utilize and the logical choice for your process. However, it poses safety and operational challenges. Coolant can vaporize under high temperatures, entering your equipment and creating a thin film of oil. When released, oil mist poses both safety and environmental concerns. Like those that came before them and those that will come after, Lauer found that the application of high-pressure coolants warrants an oil mist collector that mitigates the risks.


The Solution

After learning about the challenges with oil mist at Lauer Machine, Aeroex took time to understand Lauer’s operation before recommending the optimal solution with the best value – ultimately landing on the Mist-Fit 550. To learn about the specifics of the model, check out our product pages. For now, understand that air purification is best done in stages and Aeroex has designed a multi-step process of removal with increasing efficiency using materials that limit your maintenance costs, such as the use of thick depth loading fiber beds rather than thin pleated face loading filters that keep you coming back for costly filter replacements. 

Aeroex supports many industrial air purification needs for various substances, but in the case of Lauer Machine, the oil mist from high-pressure coolant was the issue of concern. The Mist-Fit was the best solution for them because it promotes drainage of larger particles before attacking the smaller particles with MERV 15 and HEPA-rated filters. This is because while the majority of oil mist particles range from 1 to 100 microns in size, many are below 1 micron and therefore aren’t addressed by conventional air purification systems. If your application is producing oil smoke, particles as small as 0.3 microns need to be filtered (hence the HEPA filter). However, if you start with a very fine filter it will immediately clog, which is why the progressive design of Mist-Fit maximizes the efficiency of both the oil mist removal process and the need for maintenance with filters that do not clog. Understanding this, Aeroex and Lauer Machine deployed the Mist-Fit 550 (sized according to the cubic feet of air handling needed for Lauer’s machines and shop size) to great success. 


The Results

At the beginning of the case study, Lauer Machine had transitioned to high-pressure coolants and found themselves employing extra safety measures and equipment maintenance to keep up with the oil mist. After installing the Aeroex oil mist collector, Lauer immediately reported the oil mist issue was resolved. Another year of operations later and Lauer said in their own words that:


  • The Mist-Fit was incredibly easy to install.
  • The Mist-Fit had been running continuously for a year with no issues.
  • Aeroex mist collectors are powerful enough to draw air from the surrounding shop, as well as the machine it’s mounted to (when not running).
  • “For any machine with high-pressure coolant or a smoky environment, these are definitely the way to go”!
  • “If you want to keep your employees happy, you need these things”!


To see for yourself, check out the shop visit video hosted by Lauer Machine in Orangeville.


Apply the Case Study to Your Needs

As documented by Production Machining (2004), high-pressure coolants are still a relatively recent industry advent that only became common practice for small to medium-sized shops in the early to mid-2000s. With any new technology, there are always unintended consequences or side effects like oil mist during machining, and the best ways to manage these were subsequently addressed by companies like Aeroex during the increasing awareness of safety and environmental workplace issues. Setting the challenges of new technology aside, for any expanding company it is normal to experience growing pains and one day realize you need an oil mist collector due to high-pressure coolants (as was the case for Lauer Machine, an expert machine shop). Rest assured that Aeroex understands your challenges and is ready to help meet the moment with a made-in-Canada solution – contact us today to get yours!

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Case Study Profile: Grimsmo Knives

Case Study Profile: Grimsmo Knives

Grimsmo Knives was looking for an air filtration solution that would efficiently filter out the oil and coolant mist from their shop facility. Aeroex Technologies installed 2 Mist-Fit MF-550 mist collector units to vastly improve the air quality and mitigate the negative impacts associated with long-term exposure to oil and coolant mist on shop equipment and personnel. 

Learn More About: Grimsmo Knives

Grimsmo Knives is a Canadian-based knife-making business that specializes in machining premium knives and gear. John Grimsmo started the business in his garage over a decade ago, dedicated to learning how to make knives and sharing his journey to becoming a self-made CNC machinist on Youtube. John’s Youtube videos include everything from knife making, how-to, shop vlogs, manufacturing shows, and more. 

Now with 72.3 thousand Youtube subscribers, John’s knife-making business has grown in staff and product offerings. The Norseman, The Rask, and The Saga Pen are all machined in-house at the Grimsmo Knives facility in Stoney Creek, Ontario. 


The Challenge

Like many shops that house CNC and metalworking equipment, Grimsmo Knives wanted to reduce the risks associated with long-term exposure to oil and coolant mist on shop personnel and equipment. Oil films can form on equipment, increase the risk of slip and fall accidents, and can irritate the skin, eyes, mouth, throat, and lungs of shop personnel. Long-term exposure to oil and coolant mist has been shown to increase the risk of developing skin and respiratory diseases, including cancer.

Midway through the video, we learn that the air quality at Grimsmo Knives feels “swampy” due to the increase in the buildup of oil and coolant mist in the air when machines are in operation. The air quality was tested at the beginning of the workday at 0.8 mg/m3. While this result is below the recommended limit set by OSHA of 5.0 mg/m3, most companies and health and safety committees agree that exposure limits should range from 0.3-0.5 mg/m3 – which puts Grimsmo Knives above the recommended industry range.   

The Solution

A team of engineers and specialists assessed Grimsmo’s Knives facility to find them the best oil and coolant mist collector solution that would vastly reduce exposure to oil and coolant mist, and improve air quality. 

2 Mist-Fit MF-550’s (550 CFM) were installed strategically at Grimsmo Knives shop facility to promote airflow. The Mist-Fit MF-550 uses multi-stage filtration to remove oil and coolant particulates and is capable of moving 1 unit of air every 15 seconds. Stage 1 of the filtration process features a smooth mechanical element engineered to disrupt and remove wash and swarf. Stage 2 utilizes a special wire mesh to encourage the formation of droplets – making it easier to drain. At this point, 95% of the oil mist has been removed. Finally, Stage 3 features a thick fiber bed filter that collects 95% of particles that are between 1 to 3 microns. There is also an optional Stage 4 HEPA filter that can be added to target sub-micron particles – typically used for facilities and shop environments where there is smog prevalent. 

The Results

Once the 2 Mist-Fit units were installed at the Grimsmo Knives facility, the air quality was tested again at 0.010 mg/m3 indicating a large drop in oil and coolant mist in the air when compared to the air quality tested earlier that day. 0.010 mg/m3 is well below OSHA and the majority of health and safety committee standards for oil and coolant mist exposure ranges – therefore mitigating the risks associated with long-term exposure at the Grimsmo Knives shop.  

The Grimsmo Knives is now able to operate in a shop environment with cleaner, safer air for both personnel and equipment. 

Apply the Case Study To Your Needs 

The issue of long-term exposure to oil and coolant mist isn’t just unique to Grimsmo Knives. The increased use of high-pressure coolant systems within the metalworking industry has contributed to the negative effects of long-term exposure of oil and coolant mist on staff and equipment. To ensure the health and safety of your shop personnel, and the working life of your CNC and metalworking equipment, we recommend opting for an industrial mist collector that meets the demands of your everyday operations. 

Luckily, Canadian-based Aeroex Technologies is a dedicated oil mist collector manufacturer that is committed to ensuring that your facility’s air quality is safe for your staff and equipment. Our team of engineers and specialists will assess your shop needs and offer an oil mist collector solution uniquely suited to promote air quality and limit exposure to oil and coolant mist. Get in touch with an Aeroex Technologies representative today to learn more! 

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Case Study: Ferro Technique

Case Study Profile: Ferro Technique


Learn about how one of Canada’s leading importers and distributors of measuring and metalworking equipment have relied on Aeroex Technologies’ industrial mist collectors for over 15 years. 

Hear From Our Customer: Ferro Technique

Ferro Technique is one of Canada’s leading importers and distributors of measuring and CNC metalworking equipment for the metalworking industry. With offices in Mississauga, Windsor, and Montreal and over half a century of experience, Ferro Technique holds a reputation for providing first-class products and excellence in service. 

Client needs are prioritized by all members of the Ferro Technique team – from sales to their in-house engineers – you can rest easy knowing that the product choices you make result in a long-term return on investment. Their high-quality distribution line includes equipment from Doosan Machine Tools, Geminis Maher Holdings, Hartford, Southwestern Industries, and Mitsui Seiki, with product offerings ranging from machining accessories, standalone equipment, and turnkey solutions. 

The Challenge

Ferro Technique prioritizes ensuring high-quality metalworking equipment, accessories, and solutions for their clients in addition to the first-class service. As leading importers and distributors of CNC metalworking equipment and accessories in Canada, oil mist collectors are an in-demand accessory that diminishes the exposure of harmful oil mist particles from high-pressure coolants in many machining and metalworking processes. 

The long-term oil and coolant mist exposure pose a hazard to both shop personnel and equipment. Oil mist collectors are used in tandem with metalworking equipment to reduce exposure of oil and coolant mist and mitigate risks associated with long-term exposure. While many oil mist collectors are available on the market, few are durable, flexible, and capable of filtering oil and coolant mist for lasting, long-term results. 

The Solution

Aeroex Technologies offers a large range of oil mist collectors that are durable, flexible, and capable of filtering through a full spectrum of pollutants of various sizes to ensure long-term results with little maintenance. Our decades of experience in the industry have enabled us to develop an intimate understanding of the impact of oil and coolant mist in industrial processes – as well as other types of pollutants that are prevalent in these processes such as general smoke exhaust. We’ve engineered our oil mist collectors capable of effectively filtering through a large range of pollutants of various sizes to reduce the risks associated with long-term exposure. 


As premier oil mist collector manufacturers, our commitment to ensuring high-quality oil mist collector products and customer service is why we’ve been able to cultivate a professional working relationship with Ferro Technique for 15 years!


The Results

In the 15 years of working with Ferro Technique, we are elated to report that there have not been any issues or complaints from customers with any of our oil mist collector products. 

Aeroex Technologies’ commitment to offering high-quality oil mist collector products also extends to ensuring superior customer service. In the video featured, Brian Donnelly, President of Ferro Technique reflects on a large project where 30 mist collectors were needed on short notice and how the Aeroex team was able to meet client demands promptly. 

When asked what message to send out to other machining shops that might be interested in mist collectors, President Brian Donnely stated “If you’re looking for a mist collector, you’ll ultimately have to look at Aeroex. What you decide is up to you, but you’ll have to consider Aeroex”.

Apply the Case Study To Your Needs 

Risks associated with long-term exposure to oil and coolant mist are common in the metalworking industry. Many metalworking applications and processes emit contaminants into the air that create hazards for your shop personnel and equipment. 

As leading distributors of metalworking equipment, with a reputation built on high-quality products and excellence in customer service – Ferro Technique relies on Aeroex Technologies to provide long-lasting oil and coolant mist collector solutions for their clientele. 

If you require an oil mist collector for your shop or facility, consider Canada-based Aeroex Technologies’ Mist-Fit Series of oil mist collectors to meet your daily operational needs. Durable, compact, and affordable – the Mist-Fit Series oil mist collectors utilize multi-stage separation technology to filter through contaminants of varying sizes, mediums, and concentrations. 

Moreover, our team of industry professionals is here to understand your unique needs and find a Mist-Fit product that will effectively keep your metalworking facility safe and clean. Protect your personnel and equipment from oil and coolant mist exposure by getting in touch with an Aeroex Technologies representative today! 

Air Purification Manufacturing

3D Printing Fume Extraction

3D Printing Fume Extraction

Three-dimensional (3D) printing is an increasingly popular technique for prototyping and additive manufacturing. The  ever expanding number of applications for 3D printing technology means the industry is expected to increase from $0.7 Billion in 2019 to $5.6 Billion in 2026. 3D printing can use a variety of materials including plastic, resin, ceramics, wood, metal, graphite, nitinol, and paper. Due to the diversity of 3D printing applications, the scalable nature of 3D printing technology and the rapid growth of the industry, every 3D printing company is likely to hit a point where the need for fume extraction becomes apparent. Similar issues surrounding fugitive fumes caused by various production and fabrication processes exist in comparable industries like laser printing, laser etching and laser cutting to name a few. For the majority of these industries, there is an alarming lack of awareness and education revolving around the negative health impacts attributed to fugitive fume inhalation in the production phase. Even though 3D printing is a fairly new idea, fume extraction is not. For more than 20 years, Aeroex Technologies has been at the forefront of developing mist and fume extraction products for the industrial and commercial sectors. With decades of experience and expertise in air purification systems, the team at Aeroex was able to modify and improve on already highly efficient filtration technology to meet the specific needs of the 3D printing industry. 

Challenges of 3D and Laser Printing

With many institutional and DIY newcomers to the 3D printing realm, health and safety is becoming an increasingly discussed topic. To understand the health hazards associated with fugitive fume inhalation, we must first understand where the fumes come from. In the process of 3D printing, filament reels are melted by the printer as it moves along the pre-programmed path. While heating and melting the material, fumes are generated as a byproduct of the process. The composition of the fumes will depend on the material being printed. Some of the most common materials like thermoplastic polymers (e.g. ABS) are known to emit styrene, a suspected carcinogen that also causes headaches, drowsiness, and fatigue. Some materials can be substituted to reduce the toxicity levels of fumes, but this does not discount that fumes will be generated regardless of material. 3D printing often takes hours and even days to complete a project, with machines running for a long time to print each layer. 3D printing is an incredibly powerful and scalable technology, but output rates should not be limited by health and safety concerns and you should not have to downgrade your materials from durable thermoplastics to reduce the risk of these fumes. Instead, an air purification system designed for fume extraction in 3D printing will allow you to safely continue your prototyping or manufacturing work without compromise to productivity or health. 

Aeroex’s 3D Printing Strategy

Before proposing a solution for 3D printing fumes, the engineers at Aeroex spent considerable time researching  the nature of the fumes generated by 3D printing including the materials involved, equipment used, typical shop configurations, and the nature of the fumes released (composition and quantity). Much like our medical-grade air purification systems and/or mist extraction systems that are used  for other processes that generate fumes like CNC machining, we apply the principles of source capture  and ambient control. In the case of 3D printing, processes are usually quite modular and the sources of fumes are easy to pinpoint. Therefore,  the source capture method is bound to be highly efficient because fumes can be extracted before they enter the ambient conditions of your shop, which would require purification of much larger volumes of air at lower concentrations. Our attention to strategy and deployment planning is a key consideration when many other air purifiers cite the performance of MERV or HEPA filters without a plan for you to experience this level of performance.

The Right Filter for the Job

Beyond our overall strategy, the filters in question will ensure complete fume extraction during 3D printing or laser printing. For fumes like styrene which are associated with 3D printing, Aeroex uses activated carbon filters with a HEPA standard for particle size and efficiency. HEPA (also known as high-efficiency particulate absorbing, as defined by the US Department of Energy and the EPA), has an efficiency rating of 99.97% for particles as small as 0.3 μm. Typically, fumes exist in the particle range smaller than one micron, making the HEPA filter the optimal application for 3D printing. 

Commercial HEPA Air Filtration Systems with Activated Carbon

Activated carbon is a powerful technology that removes airborne gaseous chemicals through adsorption (adhesion of molecules to a surface without inducing solubility), which is why it’s a trusted part of sacred processes like the treatment of drinking water and wastewater. Activated carbon is also the focal point of Aeroex’s air purification systems design for fume extraction in 3D printing and laser printing. In an industry where claims about carbon are abound, Aeroex goes beyond the competition. We use real carbon made of coconut shells. While some companies will use small sprinkles of carbon in their filters so it can be cited in their product description, Aeroex goes as far as filling the filter media with small elongated pellets. During fume extraction, the air is pushed through the pellets to maximize the adsorption process, providing you with superior efficiency and long lasting filters.. The composition of our activated carbon and the sheer amount of it we use is a key reason to choose Aeroex, especially once you begin to understand the underlying “gold standard” technology of our products versus others who claim to provide fume extraction.

There are both established 3D printing practices in North America as well as quickly emerging companies that are still fine-tuning their processes. 3D printing companies are quickly realizing the need to focus on health and safety, but we would encourage you not to rush – instead take time to understand your fume sources and the purification technology. Some companies are offering “technologies” like bipolar ionizers, hydroxyl generators, and disinfectant foggers (as reported by outlets like Mother Jones and Colorado State University) that claim to be quick fixes, when in fact these will leave you at risk without the fume extraction you truly need. Due to the growth of 3D printing and the ever expanding variety of materials used for printing, the industry is still zeroing in on the best methods of industrial air filtration and ventilation, like our HEPA filters. 

We Are Committed to Supporting the 3D Printing Industry

We understand 3D printing is a growing industry, and we want to ensure the health and safety of your workplace for the long term. Our superior quality means the fume extraction technology you receive will be long-lasting and scalable as your 3D printing business grows, while the filters we use have large amounts of media that reduce the overall costs of filter replacements, by widening the maintenance intervals and lowering the labour hours required for maintenance. This is why we have stationed every aspect of our product lifecycle in Canada, from manufacturing to customer support. While many larger companies outsource their customer service internationally, purchasing a made-in-Canada product means your air purification supplier is with you for the long haul. We want to make sure that your operations are successful and we will be there to help you make the right deployment and get the most out of our products. Check out our operation in Barrie Ontario, and contact us today to get started with your Canadian partner for air purification in laser printing and 3D printing. 

Air Purification Manufacturing

Plastic Welding Fume Extraction

Plastic Welding Fume Extraction

Plastic welding is a popular technique for assembling goods from plastic components or materials because it allows you to directly join two compatible pieces without relying on adhesives or fasteners. This technique often produces products with a seamless appearance due to the components all being the same plastic material, without joints or clamps. The surface of the plastic is usually melted with a hot air welding gun. Although, there are other techniques like acoustic vibration, friction welding, laser welding, and contact welding. These manual techniques are useful for small operations, while larger operations can scale up with automatic welding. With these technologies, many of the goods we use in our everyday lives can be produced fairly inexpensively. However, any production technique that involves melting plastic will produce fumes that raise health and safety concerns and operational issues like accumulating by-products on the facility’s equipment. 

Challenges with Fumes in the Plastic Welding Industry

Plastic welding poses some unique challenges for air quality due to the types of materials being used and their operating conditions. Typically, rigid thermoplastics like PVC are welded at air temperatures of around 350 degrees Celsius to avoid discoloration or scorching of the product. Unfortunately, the melting point of these plastics and the operating temperature of the equipment mean that the emissions produced are bound to contaminate the ambient air in the facility.. The following are a few indicators  associated with industrial fume emissions: 

  • Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is known to produce black smoke and soot flakes.
  • Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) produces black smoke.
  • Acrylics produce a lot of odor.
  • Polycarbonate (PC) produces yellowish smoke and soot.

In each of these cases, fumes are producing chlorine, styrene, and other harmful by-products that cause acute effects like irritated skin or eyes, nausea, and headaches – with chronic effects including cancer. The rate at which these toxins are released can vary with your operating temperatures, complicating matters further. A plastic welding operation that wants to scale up has to manage these risks to remain safe and sustainable. 

As mentioned above, plastic welding smoke is often dark and mixed with fumes (the finer solid particles). Suspended in these emissions are large and fine airborne solid particles produced by vaporizing and condensing plastic particles, causing the dark color. The transient state of these particles means that they do not remain vaporized or airborne. The result? Condensation of smoke and fumes from plastic welding, leaving behind waxy residues! Setting aside the health and safety concerns of the fumes, these residues will impact and clog your machinery and conventional HVAC systems – driving up maintenance costs and reducing the useful life of your assets. The variation of particle sizes from smoke and fume combinations means that a uniform approach will not mitigate all emissions equally.

Strategies for Industrial Air Filtration and Ventilation

The waxy fumes and smoke from plastic welding are a reality of the production process that should be managed effectively for both safety and the longevity of your shop. This unique challenge is where Aeroex’s air purification systems perform as advertised while some competing air purification systems fall short as they advertise high efficiency, yet provide insufficient airflow to fully mitigate the inbound emissions. To manage waxy residues, a special design is needed to prevent clogging. Otherwise, you will be stuck doing perpetual maintenance without realizing the true benefits you should expect from your air purification system. 


Aeroex’s industrial air filtration units use progressive filtration technology where each stage is designed to complement the shortfalls of the last, and ultimately results in longer-lasting filters as well as allows filtration of particulate sized emissions and emissions on the molecular level. . Typically, this is where other air purification systems fall short and get clogged as these systems rely on the filter itself without primary mechanical elements. While these air purification systems “perform” well when brand new or during demos, they don’t have a design that will sustainably deliver the service you need. 


Since waxy emissions are a reality of plastic welding, then, there needs to be a way to deal with them in a way that does not impact your maintenance budget significantly. Your competitors are likely dealing with the same issue, due to the nature of plastic welding emissions. The progressive filtration approach allows the wax to accumulate on the primary washable elements, keeping your consumable activated carbon and HEPA filters in an environment where minimal wax residue is able to get through. The primary filtration elements are easily removable and hand-washable, a periodic and very low-cost maintenance activity. This design choice was intentional because it will prevent you from having the frequent filter replacement costs seen in other competitor models. 

Industrial Air Filtration Systems Designed for the Long Haul

Future-proofing your business is one of our core mandates, and Aeroex aims to outfit you with quality, made in Canada air purification systems. The longer your systems last, the better your investment return is, something Aeroex has strived for both in design and materials used. The nature of plastic welding is that it will incur costly maintenance to your filters if the correct design is not deployed. Aeroex has developed a solution that will cut through any issues you have had with clogged filters in the past. Our clients regularly report satisfaction at how durable our products are. For instance take Laker Energy, one of our first clients. Their mist collector (a similar product to what we would recommend for plastic welding) is going strong after 15 years, with the SAME FILTER inside – working smoothly after all this time. 


Our industrial air filtration systems will cut out the headaches of smoke and fumes during plastic welding, allowing you to focus on the things that matter like scaling up your business into automatic plastic welding. Contact Aeroex to talk to a specialist team member, get the specs, and plan an air purification deployment for your plastic welding operation today.

Air Purification

How Does Air Filtration Work?

How Does Air Filtration Work?


With the identification of the novel coronavirus, we began to rethink the safety of our workplaces and what factors would need to be adjusted in the “new normal”. Within this context, the need to consider air filtration in the workplace became widely apparent. 


In 2020, it quickly became clear that many of the existing industrial air filtration systems were ill-equipped in their ability to adequately purify the air, notably in institutional facilities and other public workplaces like schools or offices. This finding demonstrated the need for greater investment in air purification. Despite this need, agencies are increasingly being asked to meet rising performance expectations while making greater use of limited funds. This means that the ideal air purification solutions that are needed can effectively mitigate risk, align with public health practices, and demonstrate investment performance. 


Medical Grade Air Purification


Aeroex understands the need for medical-grade air purification. We are experts in the science behind the process and have designed products to match. First and foremost, for medical grade applications, the main threat is biological matter (which is millions of times larger than the atmosphere’s molecules), therefore the filter efficiency should be very high, generally falling under the HEPA classification. However, this strategy does not help with small molecules such as VOCs. To tackle VOCs, one highly effective technique that is available involves a material called activated carbon. Understanding this, Aeroex uses multi-stage filtration processes that have compounding efficiency benefits in each stage, finishing with medical-grade HEPA filtration. 


Air purification needs to effectively improve the safety of the workplace in areas where there may be low ventilation or few options for physical distancing whereby in-room filtration is needed rather than products like UV lights which do not improve filtration. Aeroex products provide assurance and risk mitigation, and our understanding of the science behind medical-grade air filtration has allowed us to engineer state-of-the-art air purification systems used in public workspaces across North America. In-room air purification technology has been proven to significantly reduce the spread of COVID-19 by organizations like the WHO. Commercial HEPA Air Purifier filters should be used as an additional control measure to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19 – while they do not guarantee the complete elimination of a virus or replace any government recommendations, the performance they deliver will provide you with balanced risk management that keeps your facilities operational.


Aeroex IRIS Commercial HEPA Air Filtration Systems


If you operate a school, office building, or another public setting like a doctor or dentist’s office, Aeroex recommends the IRIS Medical Grade Air Purification Unit as a device that embodies the science of air purification and the practicality of your operation. It is specifically designed for occupied spaces that will protect your students and staff. Consequently, hundreds of our products can be found in school boards, colleges, and universities across Ontario, Canada.


IRIS Medical Grade Commercial HEPA Air Filtration Systems are equipped with a dual-stage, high-performance odour control MERV8/Carbon Primary filter and a 2nd stage HEPA filter with an efficiency rating of 99.97% @ 0.3 μm. Our exchange ratings use CDC guidelines to provide airborne risk mitigation through high-grade air purification. The IRIS series includes both portable and central purification systems and offers several secondary benefits like variable speed control and high-performance odor control.


Many cheap alternatives make big promises about the performance of their HEPA filters, but leave out key details about the capacity, air flow, and compatible room size for in-room air purification. This is a big issue that Aeroex is trying to combat – The effectiveness of an air purifier is usually reported in terms of efficiency, which can be misleading, as it only tells half of the story. The other crucial factor to consider is air flow. Together these two factors equal the Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR), which is a better measure of how a device will perform. For example, 99.99% efficiency may sound great, but if the air flow is only 20 cubic ft./min. (cfm), one would be better off with a purifier at 90% efficiency and 50 cfm (CADR: ~20cfm VS. 45cfm). If the unit is incapable of providing sufficient air exchanges for the space it is located in, the efficiency rating is borderline meaningless.n. Make no mistake, Aeroex will deliver not just on the promise of long lasting HEPA filters but the availability of multiple models capable of an array of air flow ratings will make certain that a proper solution is matched to your needs.. For proof, check out our live demonstration of the IRIS-400 Medical Grade Air Filtration System in action versus smoke in an unventilated room for a visual depiction of how quickly we purify your workspace. We have successfully purified air for clients like schools, dentists, hospitals, and commercial offices. 

Aeroex IRIS-400 Air Purification System

IRIS 400 Photo

Aeroex Emphasizes Safety, Quality, and Trust


By purchasing an in-room air purification system, you are putting trust in a company and a product that will keep your visitors safe. However, many companies are exploiting the circumstances of the past year to mislead customers and distribute dangerous products. As recently as May 2021, it has been uncovered that thousands of best-selling air purification devices purchased by schools with government grants are producing toxic chemicals and do not work as intended. As reported by Mother Jones, one of the United States’ top manufacturers (Global Plasma Solutions) is now facing a $750 Million lawsuit from the State of Delaware, charging that company claims were “deceptive” and made the air worse due to the ions it discharged. Be skeptical of companies like Global Plasma Solutions who make claims of advent “technologies” like bipolar ionization. 


Aeroex has an established history of producing air purification systems well before the COVID pandemic. Our investment in efficient designs and our decision to manufacture our products in Canada are part of our strong commitment to valuing the trust you place in us. We strive for longevity and wish to gain your confidence through demonstrated results from tried-and-true technologies. Aeroex is a company you can trust to provide in-room air purification for your school or meeting space.  


Lower Total Lifecycle Cost


The maintenance requirements for your purification system should also be scrutinized – products with cheaper prices often rely on badly designed filters that need to be replaced constantly. The same way a printer company wants to sell you ink cartridges, many air purification systems want you to keep coming back for costly filter replacements. If you are hoping to upgrade your facility with an air purification system funded by a grant opportunity or similar one-time funding, Aeroex products are likely the better solution because they have lower operating impacts on your business in future years. Competitors often use a fraction of the filter media used by Aeroex, resulting in competitor drops in efficacy within a few months of application and increased maintenance costs from high filter changing cycles. Aeroex wants you to get the best value for your investment.


Contact Aeroex to Learn More


Before making any final decisions, we recommend contacting one of our technical specialists to help you select the right product for your needs and to go over your deployment plan. Contact the Aeroex team today to get started.

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Industrial Air Purification Systems

Industrial Air Purification Systems explained: learn the ins and outs of Aeroex Air Purification Solutions.

Industry powers the economic activity of our society, processing raw materials and manufacturing goods to create supply chains, jobs, and products. With advances in technology, our industrial processes have grown in complexity, scale, and capacity. The quality of the air in the workplace has been an issue dating back to the industrial revolution, but it is an issue that has evolved and persisted into our modern industries like metalworking and food production.

Industrial air quality concerns are more complicated than previously thought, including dust particles, mist, smoke, and fume issues – if these aren’t addressed with filtration, businesses could face occupational health and safety, production quality, equipment performance, and environmental compliance problems. Aeroex is at the forefront of the air quality challenges experienced by industry and the science behind keeping your workplace safe with clean air.

What Are The Industrial Air Quality Issues?

Air quality is threatened by a wide range of airborne pollutants. Poor quality is caused by contaminant particles, which can be big or small and in solid, liquid, or gaseous form. Common causes include smoke, mist, and fumes. The issues that you face will depend on your industrial process (ex. manufacturing, woodworking, food production, etc.) or if you are in a public setting (ex. schools or medical offices). To simplify the wide variety of pollutants that are fully addressed by Aeroex, the most common airborne pollutants in the industrial setting can generally be understood as smoke, mist, or fumes.

Smoke: Solid particulates released into the air as a byproduct of combustion. Particulates will vary in size and composition depending on the temperature of your combustion process and the medium being consumed (for example, diesel). Common sources include engines and generators. Many of the solid particulates vary

in size from those such as oil mist, meaning they can be captured at different stages of the same multi-step filtration process used in Aeroex air purification systems. Check out the ARO series products to see how we achieve this.

Mist: Mists are the liquid droplets of a substance or mixture that are suspended in the air. Their safety impacts vary greatly with the materials being used, their chemistry, and whether the mixing of chemicals is taking place. Mists are often issues in industries where water or liquids are used or where spraying takes place. Common use cases that Aeroex caters to include metalworking, laser cutting, spray painting, and food processing. Products like our Mist-Fit Series specialize in oil mist collection for industrial air quality purification.

Fumes: Volatilized solid particles such as iron or aluminum are released into the air, condensing and oxidizing to form dangerous fumes. If unmitigated, fumes can cause health issues including lung damage and cancer. Fumes are commonly associated with industrial processes like welding, textiles, painting, and paving. Aeroex could address these risks with an ambient air purification system (typically roof-mounted). This is suitable for any commercial or industrial setting.

Industrial air quality pollutants may appear complicated, but they can be easily addressed with industrial air purification systems designed by Aeroex and made right here in North America. We are at the forefront of air quality filtration technologies and are equipped to tackle the latest challenges like the need for medical-grade air purifiers.

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What exactly is the distinction between an air cleaner and an air purifier?

Most of them think air cleaners and air purifiers are one and the same. However, there is a vast difference between the two.

Air cleaners filter the air and collect dust, especially the larger dust (mostly dead skin) and pet dander. Most air cleaners have a fan that, when turned on high, can produce a lot of noise pollution. An air cleaner is frequently evaluated using a CADR (clean air delivery rate) or the number of air exchanges per hour. CADR only tests for larger particles (pollen, dust, and particles larger than.3 microns in size) and not for viruses, mold, mildew, bacteria, VOCs, chemicals, or cigarette smoke. On top of this, replacement filters are expensive to purchase. The majority of people do not address the negative ion issue.

In contrast, air purifiers kill airborne pathogens that cause allergies and illness and operate quietly. Moreover, Air purifiers are less expensive to operate.

How Do Industrial Air Purification Systems Work?

Industrial air purification systems work by pulling the contaminated air from the indoor environment into a filtration system, passing the air through a series of mediums designed to efficiently remove all of the harmful particles before releasing it back into the work environment. For example, the ARO Series Mist Collectors uses four stages of filter media to target increasingly small contaminants with each stage. This is a simplification of a technical process that has been carefully designed by Aeroex engineers, who understand that separation is best accomplished in progressive filters of increasing efficiency that move from targeting larger particles to the smallest and most problematic. This general approach is always tailored and customized for what industrial air purification a user wishes to achieve. Solutions for contaminated air can be engineered to mitigate any industrial, commercial, or institutional contaminant, including oil mist, bacteria, dust, and other harmful particulates.


How do industrial air purification systems eliminate airborne contaminants and improve indoor air quality?

It depends on the vendor, as some will use older centrifugal technologies that don’t eliminate fine mist and require frequent after-filter replacements. In the case of Aeroex, we use filter technologies that pass the air through separating layers such as depth loading fiber, oil attracting mesh, HEPA filters that capture the smallest mist, smoke, and bacteria particles.

Ambient and Source Capture Methods

Industrial air purifiers are designed to provide filtration for smoke, mist, and harmful fumes. How you achieve this will depend on whether a source capture strategy or an ambient capture solution is the right installation for your facility.

Ambient solutions are a common approach regardless of your industry or process, and Aeroex clients may choose to mount an air purifier on the ceiling where it can be centrally situated. Like your existing air circulation systems, ambient capture continuously captures plant air, purifies it with the filter, and then circulates it back through your facility. Ambient capture will passively purify all the air in the room, meaning it is best suited for facilities where you do not have a discrete polluter and you wish to provide general protection. The disadvantage of this approach is that it may not be the most efficient approach if you can pinpoint a polluter source and use an air filtration system with an optimized location, in which case source capture will offer you more benefits.

Source capture filtration occurs by placing a mobile purifier at the site, or mounting it directly onto the emitter (Aeroex provides both types), to eliminate industrial pollutants directly at the source. Taking the time to understand the source of harmful contaminants will reduce your costs and improve health outcomes by designing for a more efficient and effective solution, which is why it’s always preferable to put controls on contaminants at the source.

Industrial Air Purification Systems in Action

Industrial air quality is an important determinant of the health of your workers, the performance of your equipment, and the success of your business. There is a wide range of issues depending on your industry that could include oil mist, food production by-products, smoke, or fumes, only a fraction of which are discussed above. The Aeroex series of products is ready to tackle all facilities, which is why Aeroex has completed 3610 projects in 51 industries. Check out our gallery of Aeroex industrial air purification systems in action, and if you have an industrial, commercial, or institutional challenge that was not discussed please reach out to our engineering experts.


Oil Mist Collection for Industrial Food Production

Take a Bite Out of Bad Air Quality with Oil Mist Collection for Industrial Food Production

Industrial food production is Canada’s second-largest manufacturing sector, accounting for 17% of manufacturing sales in Canada and 2% of total GDP. Not only that, but according to the Government of Canada, food production is only going up, with the industry growing at a rate of approximately 6% per year. When industrial food production rises to the scale and scope of Canada’s, environmental and workplace safety can become limiting factors due to the demands and emissions associated with industrial food systems. Aeroex is a manufacturer of industrial air purifiers experienced with industrial food operations that is ready to deploy the solutions needed for any emissions or assembly line issue.

A Healthy Diet of Food Industry Applications at Aeroex

Air quality and emissions issues vary significantly across a food production industry that includes meat products, beverages, bakery, grain/seed milling, animal feed, produce preservation, specialty products, dairy, seafood, and sugars. In Aeroex’s experience, the requirements for air purification or oil mist collection are very industry-specific. Each type of food production has different emissions, both as a function of the machinery being used, the design of the facility, and the types of products being applied during food production.

To increase the challenge, environmental and health and safety regulations place constraints on production and raise the need for mitigation measures. Aeroex has worked with several industrial food producers to solve these challenges and is ready to customize a solution that meets your needs. We outfit our air purifiers with oil extractors and have several accessories that modify our machines to meet your needs.

Pizza, Pie, and Bagels? Yum! Oil Mist and Smoke? Yuck! To appreciate our understanding of the many industry-specific needs for air purification during food production, consider a couple of examples:
1. Pizza

Whether you like a classic cheese and pepperoni pizza, vegetarian, or Hawaiian, we all love the smell of pizza once it comes out of the oven. However, industrial pizza production comes with its challenges. For example, consider the example of Dr. Oetker (founded in 1893 and established in Canada in 1960), famous for the Ristorante Pizza. When producing pizza, olive oil is used. Suction cups used in the process bring the pizzas to another production line, but the activity caused olive oil mist to be disseminated within the area. To mitigate risk to quality, equipment, and health issues at play, oil mist collectors were installed by Aeroex to align with the challenging steps of production involving olive oil mist.

2. Bagels

Montreal bagels are famous for their sourdough recipe combined with malt, eggs and honey to provide a distinct flavour. Even today, Montreal Bagels are often produced by hand and in-shop. The wood-fired ovens used to cook the bagels are a trademark and a source of big flavour, but also contribute to big environmental and health issues. When wood is burned at conventional cooking temperatures, the smoke presents a large number of health concerns including benzene, formaldehyde, acrolein, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Inhalation causes respiratory problems and can be asthma triggering. Exposure can also lead to other occupational health issues include things like irritated eyes. Air purifiers like those produced by Aeroex are needed to keep the workplace (not to mention the community near an emissions source) safe and free of wood smoke so their bagels can be enjoyed in peace. Aeroex has proven experience with Fairmount Bagels that can attest to this.

3. Pies

Industrial food production for baked goods like pie often has challenges with oil mist on the production line, or for that matter any time those convenient tinfoil trays are in use. To give the customer the added convenience, most frozen or baked products have a “no stick” guarantee or feature. This means spraying the container with pressurized oil to line the baking sheet or crust tray. Oil mist issues here are common, as the oil applicator may not be perfectly directed at the target container. The concentration of the spray often means that fine oil spray mists get introduced into the broader environment of your production facility, causing unwanted health and safety issues or films forming on your equipment. Oil mist collectors are modular on the production line and will provide source control for oil mist, leaving you to rest easy and enjoy that perfect slice of pie.


Air Purifiers in Your Workplace Are a Recipe for Success

In the food production industry, there is little room for error, and the space for staff and equipment is often at a premium. Even if you recognize the need for air purification, solutions that don’t fit into your food production line won’t work. Aeroex’s affordable models are also small enough to fit right into your workplace, with our best sellers having a footprint of only 15” x 15” and weighing 65 pounds. There are portable and mounting options to choose from that can be deployed anywhere in your facility.

Aeroex often provides solutions for the restaurant industry that include oil and fume extraction in the kitchen or air purification in the dining room. Mounting options we offer like hoods are a great choice for industrial kitchen appliances. Food production takes place in many settings and institutions. For example, our medical-grade filtering options with the highest performing HEPA filters work very well in long-term care facilities. Whether you are an industrial food manufacturer, food preparation facility, or restaurant, Aeroex has an air purification solution that will hit the spot.

Made in Canada: The Aeroex Secret Ingredient

Aeroex is a proud supporter of the Canadian food manufacturing industry. Whether you are a meat producer in Alberta or Manitoba, a beverage producer in British Columbia, a grain mill in Saskatchewan, a seafood packager in Nova Scotia, or a bakery in Ontario, Aeroex believes you deserve industry-leading mist collector units at prices that don’t hurt your bottom line. Even more so, as a Canadian producer yourself you deserve a made in Canada solution. All our products are proudly assembled at our facility in Barrie – stop by and we can discuss the air purification needs in your food production facility!

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