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BOFA AD2000iQ
« on: June 19, 2019, 01:29:32 PM »
WTF just added another BOFA iQ to our arsenal of capitalism.  The AD2000iQ removes particulate and gas at up to 1295CFM (2200 m/hr) at 96mBar.  Cutting capacity and versatility have been increased markedly.

WTF take great pride in providing our employees with safe, modern manufacturing equipment enabling them to better concentrate on making a good part.

Take care of your people and keep them safe.  Say no to slave labor, prison labor, and undercompensated labor.  Encourage your employees to learn by empowering them with positive reinforcement.  Make money while helping others.  Enjoy life.








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Re: BOFA AD2000iQ
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2019, 01:05:50 PM »
My email and facebook were flooded with questions regarding this acquisition.  I'll do my best to keep it here as this repository's existence is not subject to the whim of facebook or other platforms.

We purchase direct from BOFA.  No matter from whom you purchase, it will drop ship from BOFA Americas in Illinois if you're in the US.  Send out an RFQ and see who comes back with the best price. 

Keep in mind you'll need a hose kit, fittings, hose clamps, reducers, blast gates if you're hooking up multiple machines, pay the extra money for the VOC sensor option (it's only $350ish), and depending on the unit you may need 3 phase power.

Plan on positioning the machine in such a way that the purified air exhaust hose has a short run to the outside.  Blasting 100F / 38C purified air back into your shop will heat things up quick.

Depending on machine selection, you may need 208 or 440 3 phase power.  Run a dedicated circuit for your machine.  Make sure it's grounded properly.  Don't hesitate to hammer drill your foundation and ground it with a copper rod.

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Re: BOFA AD2000iQ
« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2019, 04:28:50 PM »
Impressive bit of kit! Would be interested in seeing a thread about the installation process.

 

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Re: BOFA AD2000iQ
« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2019, 07:18:19 AM »
Impressive bit of kit! Would be interested in seeing a thread about the installation process.

Is there something specific you'd like to know?  We rolled it off the pallet, connected hoses, and connected power.

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Re: BOFA AD2000iQ
« Reply #4 on: June 26, 2019, 01:08:24 PM »

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Re: BOFA AD2000iQ
« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2019, 05:14:16 AM »
Impressive bit of kit! Would be interested in seeing a thread about the installation process.

Is there something specific you'd like to know?  We rolled it off the pallet, connected hoses, and connected power.

Didn't realize that the install was so straight forward!