New Flexi Nail Dust Extractor, Flexi LED Light
'.........Perfect for removing the fine air born dust particles produced
when hand-filing, or using sanding bands/diamond bits in your e-file. Large
particles of dust (produced when using Carbide e-file bits for example) will
remain on your work area to be removed using the in/on Desk Mounted
Steve Dodds, Owner and Trainer, Young Nails UK.
'Omg I used my
never realised just how much dust I was breathing in! it's amazing and
well worth the wait. Thank you so much!'
From Amanda, two
days after receiving the new Ravair Flexi!
I purchased the nail dust extractor which I absolutely adore!
I wondered if I could also purchase one or two of the filters?
'Hi. The dust extractor arrived yesterday....and my wife said its
So far she has showed the love for it over the nails & beauty pages and
over 15 other beauty technicians are very excited about it! Hopefully you'll be
receiving more orders soon!
"Since I purchased my Ravair Nail Dust and Fume Extractor, I feel my
service has improved. The amount of dust sucked out of the air is just amazing
(and I can clearly tell because I dont need to walk around with a Swiffer
duster in between clients). When I explain to my clients what this (to them:
weird looking) tool does, they are grateful that I also think about the air
Peggy Bogaert- Nail technician based in Belgium.
and Safety awareness in the Salon or when mobile are vital aspects of nail and
Beauty Profession. The way you work has a direct impact on your health and the
health of your clients. Professionals must comply with relevant Health and
Safety Legislation that is designed to create a safe environment for everyone.
This will result in higher levels of bookings and repeat business, as clients
value their health and will chose a Salon or Mobile Therapist that shows they
do as well.
It is well known, and published by many companies in their Material Safety
Documents, that there are many toxic and noxious fumes and chemicals in various
polishes and monomers that salons and mobile therapists regularly use. Nail
Dust (with chemicals on) most of which is invisible to the eye WILL damage your
respiratory system and lungs and can also damage your eyes and is ireversible!
Health and Safety Regulations are in place in the form of COSHH SR13- The
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations which have been developed
to control exposure and protect workers health.Masks are not enough.
Ravair have developed, over many years, a revolutionary, patented, Desk Top
Nail Dust and Fume Extractor. This extractor exceeds the performance required
in the SR13 by 5 TIMES! You will not only protect your health, and that of your
client, you will also easily comply with the regulations should you have a
visit from your local Trading Standards Officer. The Independent LEV test,
available on request, gives a reading of 2.5 metres per second of airflow from
300mm from the face. (0.5m/s at the face required)
This unique Extractor has a powerful internal fan that draws nail dust and
fumes into a Filter in the head that not only has a dust collecting gauze but
20mm deep real Activated Carbon Pellets, to adsorb the fumes and odours. It
also has a 20mm HEPA Filter that will remove particles and pollutants 0.3
microns and above to EU Standards EN1822-1. This makes the Unit suitable for
cleaning the air for hayfever, asthma sufferers etc. Replacement Filters are
available in the 'Accessories' area of this site, for only £19.95.
Also included is a long lasting LED
light on a dimmer switch so could be used for office work,homework etc. The
light and fan can be used independently are are touch button.
The following information is included in the Material Data Sheet Information
for one of the Leading Manufacturers of Acrylic Nail Products and is freely
available on their website.
Risk Phrases : Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.
Primary route of exposure : Skin and eyes contact. Inhalation of dust.
Symptoms relating to use
- Inhalation : May cause irritation to the respiratory tract and to other
Cough. Shortness of breath.
- Skin contact : Redness, pain.
- Eye contact : Pain. Redness. Tears.
- Ingestion : Not expected to present a significant ingestion hazard under
of normal use. Must not come into contact with food or be consumed