From AirClean Systems is the DDS (downdraft dusting station) series of latent print dusting stations. The DDS series pulls air away from the operator in two directions. First, air is pulled downward into the stainless steel work surface. This will remove the heavier particulate found in latent print powder. Additional, air is pulled horizontally to the rear of the workstation to capture lighter-weight particulate. Dual zone filtration makes the DDS series of downflow latent print stations ideal for processing latent evidence with finger print powders.
The DDS series was designed to fit perfectly on any counter top and underneath typical cabinetry. The low profile design can be placed anywhere in the law enforcement center and is light weight enough to be carried to the crime scene and utilized. The DDS series operates at a very low noise level and since it recycles room air it is extremely inexpensive to operate and maintain.
Cleaning of the DDS series is done by removing the stainless steel work surface to gain access to the spill tray for cleanout. Since the entire structure of the DDS series downflow latent print workstation is thermally fused polypropylene, it is extremely easy to clean. The HEPA filter is constantly monitored and a warning light in the work area indicates the need for filter replacement. The simple ON/OFF design provides critical operator protection from potentially harmful powders and particulate associated with day-to-day latent print processing.
Complete, unrestricted access for the operator makes the DDS series perfect for processing large and small evidentiary items.