Poor Indoor Air Quality in the Beauty Industry
Providing clean, fresh air is an important step in providing a safe environment for all and running a successful business. However, workers and customers in the Beauty Industry, particularly salons, are regularly exposed to toxic chemicals and other air pollutants that are not captured by standard HVAC systems. With the help of Extract-All, you can improve your indoor air quality by capturing contaminants at the source, before they enter the lungs of employees and patrons.
See common Beauty Industry applications below, and find the system that works best for you. If you don’t see your application listed, contact us so we can help find your indoor air quality solution.Shop Beauty Products
Common Applications in the Beauty Industry
Many hair treatments performed in salons are done with products containing harsh, even toxic chemicals capable of causing short-term and long-term health effects. Browse our selection of air cleaning systems designed to minimize hairdressers’ exposure to such chemicals.Shop Hair Products
Many ingredients in nail care products evaporate easily into the atmosphere causing toxic vapors and dusts to release into the air. Browse our selection of air cleaning systems designed to minimize nail technicians’ exposure to airborne contaminants.Shop Nail Products
Estheticians perform skin treatments on customers that often result in biological particulate, powders, or vapors becoming airborne. Browse our selection of air cleaning systems designed to minimize estheticians’ exposure to airborne contaminants.Shop Esthetics Products
Extract-All’s SPA-H Hair Fume Extractor is tailor-made to handle hair procedures like hair straightening treatments, perms,and more. SPA-H includes a 48′ internally-supported extractor arm and 16″ wide source-capture hood for maximal fume capture, as well as multi-stage filtration fit for chemicals and fumes found in hair products.
Models SPA1 and SPA-REV are great for manicure applications. Use SPA1 if you are primarily concerned with Acrylic fumes. If you do a combination of acrylic and gel , then use SPA-REV. SPA-REV is also great for esthetician applications.