Affordable Oil Mist Containment for Any Manufacturing Environment

Engineered to work in the most demanding manufacturing environments, the Duroair OMW series of oil mist filtration systems regularly outperforms most centrifugal collectors with less maintenance and at a significantly lower capital investment.

For a safe, clean metalworking environment, pair OMW with:


Key Features

Technical Specifications

  • Equipped with four different CFM models and one-to-four-year filter life to handle high pressure fluids and smoke and mist
  • Requires no ladders for easy-access maintenance
  • Comes standard with VFD and fluid pump
  • Recycles expensive fluids with self draining and cleaning functionality
  • Traps oil and particles via the first wicking stage
  • Drains these particles down into the sump located below the filter at state of saturation
  • Pumps oil mist away for reuse or disposal
  • Filters out finer mist and smoke particles in second wicking stage
  • Captures the remaining smallest particulate down to 0.30 microns in third stage wicking
  • Discharges clean air from the top of the collector into the facility

Available OMW models:
  • OMW 800 with 800 Airflow CFM
  • OMW 2000 with 1500 Airflow CFM
  • OMW 3000 with 3000 Airflow CFM
  • OMW 6000 with 6000 Airflow CFM

OMW ISO 14644-1 Classifications

All classifications are in accordance with U.S. Federal Standard 209E and represent concentrations of particles using reference size of 0.5 micron:

Code Compliance Code Description
NIOSH exposure limits of TWA 5 mg/m3 ST 10 mg/m3
OSHA PEL OSHA permissible exposure limits (PEL) of 5 mg/m3 as an 8-hour TWA for mineral oil mists
OSHA PEL of 15 mg/m3 TWA for total particulate
OSHA PEL of 5 mg/m3 TWA for respirable fraction
OSHA 29CFR - 1910.94 ventilation
OHSA O.Reg 851-63 ignition or explosive
OHSA O.Reg 851-65 dust – ignition or explosive
Electrical CSA Certified
NESHAP National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
UL U.S. and Canada
ISO cleanroom compliant up to Class 1000/ISO6 (ISO class clean room typically measures micron sizes 5.0µ, 0.5µ and 0.3µ)