Feature Diagram Shadow Small Footprint
A. Header Tank B. Primary Filter Door C. Fork Pockets D. Discharge Access Door E. Filter Gauges F. Control Panel G. Smoke Detector I. HEPA Access Panel J. Multi-Directional Inlet K. Floor Anchors

A. Header Tank

The header tank includes a pressure gauge, pressure relief valve, diaphragm valves, and is connected to the solenoid valve. The header tank supplies compressed air to the body of the unit to pulse clean the fume extractor filters.

B. Primary Filter Door

This provides access to the body of the collector for easy change out of DeltaMAXX Prime fume extractor filters and includes a serial tag for quick reference.

C. Fork Pockets

Small footprint model compact dust collectors come with fork pockets, allowing for easy unloading and placement within any facility.

D. Discharge Access Door

The discharge access door allows for quick access to the material collection bucket to easily dispose of welding fume or laser cutter fumes.

E. Filter Gauges

These gauges help determine when it is time to change the fume extractor filters as well as the HEPA filter.

F. Control Panel

The Shadow's control panel is prewired for easy installation and has the capability to be run remotely when used as a laser fume extraction system.

G. Smoke Detector

A built in smoke detector is optional with the Shadow and will monitor the amount of smoke present inside the body of your collector.

I. HEPA Access Panel

This tool free access panel makes changing your industrial fume extractor unit's HEPA filter easy.

J. Multi-Directional Inlet

A multi-directional inlet provides up to five different options to connect for laser cutter extraction or welding fume extraction. Easily connect your Air-Port Fume Exhaust Hood for robotic and manual welding.

K. Floor Anchors

The Small Footprint model of the Shadow Compact Fume Extractor must be anchored to the floor for safety.