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Photographic Solutions Orbit Hepa Blower

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Photographic Solutions Orbit Hepa Blower
Key Features
  • Clean Camera Chamber or Lens Safely
  • Dust- and Moisture-Free Air
  • Multi-Pleated Hepa Filter
  • NIOSH-Rated Filter for Purity/High Flow
Safely clean dust and foreign particles from your camera sensor or lens with the Orbit Hepa Blower from Photographic Solutions. When you squeeze the blower, it draws air through the multi-pleated Hepa filter, which traps dust inside. The ionizing silicone bulb helps to neutralize statically-attached particles as the air passes through one-way valves on each end of the blower. As a result, the Orbit Blower releases dust- and moisture-free air. The Hepa filter is NIOSH-rated for purity and flow.
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Photographic Solutions ORBIT Overview

Safely clean dust and foreign particles from your camera sensor or lens with the Orbit Hepa Blower from Photographic Solutions. When you squeeze the blower, it draws air through the multi-pleated Hepa filter, which traps dust inside. The ionizing silicone bulb helps to neutralize statically-attached particles as the air passes through one-way valves on each end of the blower. As a result, the Orbit Blower releases dust- and moisture-free air. The Hepa filter is NIOSH-rated for purity and flow.

UPC: 795122600008

Photographic Solutions ORBIT Specs

Air Blower TypeHand Blower
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.215 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 3.2 x 2.6"
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Do you need to replace the Hepa filter?

Do you need to replace the Hepa filter?
Asked by: Kathleen
I contacted Photographic Solutions regarding your inquiry. According to the manufacturer, the filter does not require any maintenance, not should it requirement replacement, except, perhaps in the most extreme dusty circumstances. The filter is replaceable by Photographic Solutions, at no charge in the unlikely event it should need replacing.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-11-19
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