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Sre 03-04-2018 11:06 PM

Buildclean air scrubber
Has anyone used this before? I'm in the market for a air scrubber and this one has caught my interest.

K_Tile 03-05-2018 08:07 AM

Never used it. I didnt study the machine in depth but it looks like a proprietary filter. If so I wouldn't buy it. We have several of these...



and these...

Pullman A600


The Pullman is much smaller and easy to carry in vehicle.

houndzilla 03-05-2018 08:51 AM

+1 on the Dri-Eaze. I regret not buying one and then selling it after my basement project. I'm nearly at the cost of one with the number of times I've gotten rentals.

I've used them for negative air setups on my basement project.

The round intake port makes it really versatile for dust management which something that you would have a hard time doing with the BuildClean unit.

Sre 03-05-2018 05:39 PM

Thanks a bunch guys!

Sre 03-05-2018 05:55 PM

Quick question , do you usually duct to the outside or simply let them filter and exhaust back into the room? I've never used one before.

houndzilla 03-06-2018 08:28 AM

Depends on what you want to achieve. You can just let the run in the room you are working in and cycle air that way. Our you can plastic off a doorway setup the machine to move filtered air from one room to another.

This website has a few nice graphics showing you how to setup the machine for various air pressure setups.

https://www.negairmachines.com/ (scroll to bottom of the page)

NEPA Remodeling 03-07-2018 08:42 PM

Thereís plenty of good units out there. I know people that own the build clean unit and are very happy with it.

Personally I have a Force Air EC2000. The unit is a monster and difficult to move. I wish I would have gotten a smaller unit...

They should be vented out side of the workspace to prevent the exhaust from blowing dust around. You donít have to vent to the exterior of the home, but get it out of your area. My 2000cfm unit is very windy so I try to go out a window.

Set up a zip wall system and vent outside of the enclosure for best containment.

Sre 03-17-2018 05:42 PM

Narrowed it down between the Pullman a600 or the BlueDri ( looks like a copy of the Dri-Eaz). Opinions?

Cjgiombi 03-22-2018 07:59 PM

I have had the Pullman for about a year. Love it. Use it All The Time.
The form factor is awesomely cubey.
The color is fresh and vibrant.
Itís just my happy little friend that my costumers love!!
And my contractor friends keep borrowing...
Also the price is right.

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