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BenchVent BV3000 Extraction Nail Technician Desk

Part Nos. BV3000-BV3000BLKLH, BV3000WHTLH, BV3000BLKRH, BV3000WHTRH

Quick Overview

The BV3000 Ventilated Manicure Nail Desk is the only nail desk in the market with a fume extractor that removes toxic fumes from nail products and dust produced from nail filing. The non-intrusive system allows the technician to carry out the treatment, whilst the desk does all the extraction work from below.

Availability: 10 - 14 Days

£750.00 Excl. VAT £900.00 Inc. VAT
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Product Details

The ventilation motor in the BV3000 is made by Ebmpapst, the same company used by Mercedes AMG Petronas to cool the F1 car on the track! This motor comes with a lifetime guarantee, meaning that you are covered from any expensive faults with the main component of the desk.

Products used in Beauty Salons, such as MMA (methyl methacrylate), contain chemicals that are potentially dangerous to lung health. So, if you are regularly exposed to these products, an extraction system is compulsory under health and safety laws.

 

Key Features:

  • Each unit is fitted with an efficient but quiet fan motor made by Ebmpapst, a world leader in ventilation engineering.
  • Fan motor comes with a Lifetime Guarantee
  • Two-level filters, which filter dust and fumes (particulate and carbon filter)
  • Removes up to 99% of Toxic Fumes and Dust
  • Complies with Health and Safety Standards
  • Filter Blockage indicator
  • Integrated power socket
  • Illuminated on/off switch
  • Easy to Install and Easy to Use
  • Available in Black or White/Left Facing or Right Facing
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Technical Specification

BenchVent BV3000 Extraction Nail Technician Desk
  • Dimensions : 1200x550x730mm
  • Benchtop Construction : Melamine
  • Bench Construction : MDF
  • Air Volume : 530m3/hr
  • Noise Level : 58dB(a)
  • Fan Motor Spec : 240V 50Hz, 60W
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