Mobile Prep Stations

When you’re working on cars, trucks, and machinery dust collection can be a critical issue with few affordable solutions available. What can you do? Check out Marathon’s Mobile Prep Stations! With 3 models to choose from you can implement proper dust collection that fits your work environment. Whether you choose the Prep Pro 2000, the Prep Pro 4000, or the Prep Pro 6000, we have what you need. The perfect solution at a fantastic price! Call us now at 1-800-919-9035 to discuss how your work environment, worker health, AND worker safety can be improved with our innovative air filtration products.

Mobile Prep Stations

Marathon’s versatile Mobile Prep Stations are surprisingly easy to use and just as easy to maintain. You may not have the money or need for dust collection for your entire facility, so that’s not always an option. You can’t compromise worker safety, that’s never an option! We’ve designed the Mobile Prep Stations to be a breeze to set up and move around wherever you need, and can be completely out of your way when not in use. Although these units come with standard filter media (an excellent filter material) available from most industrial suppliers, you can use a wide range of more specialized filter media to achieve virtually any level of particulate filtration requirements.

The quality of your work can be greatly affected by the air quality in your shop, and that can be difficult or borderline impossible to keep dust under control without proper air flow control and filtration. Our Mobile Prep Stations can give you the clean air you need to enhance worker safety, allow you to work better, and breathe easy!

  • Prep Pro 6000 Isometric View
  • Prep Pro 6000 Front View
  • Prep Pro 6000 Air Flow
  • Prep Pro 4000 Isometric View
  • Prep Pro 4000 Front View
  • Prep Pro 4000 Air Flow
  • Prep Pro 2000 Isometric View
  • Prep Pro 2000 Front View
  • Prep Pro 2000 Air Flow
Choosing a Prep Pro Model

When you are looking for an air filtration uint, there are many factors to consider. The key factors are: The size of the unit, the CFM and the type of filtration.

Determining Size

The Prep Pro Model that you choose will likely be a mix of factors including initial cost, operating cost, size, mobility, and other key factors you may determine are important. The Prep Pro 2000 is the smallest and easiest to move from place to place, The Prep Pro 4000 is the ‘middle ground’ of size and mobility, and the Prep Pro 6000 is the largest and while mobile, it’s larger size limits the ease of movement in a smaller environment somewhat. It is likely that your choice will depend on the answers to the following question:
What is the largest unit that:

  • Will fit in the available space that have
  • Will not conflict with my mobility requirements
CFM

CFM is an abbreviation of “Cubic Feet per Minute”, and is a measure of the rate at which air moves through a given space. There are no industry requirements determining the exact CFM you “must” use with this type of air filtration system, but the larger the space, the more air you will need to filter (increased CFM).

Outer Dimensions
ModelHeightWidthDepthCFMMotor
Prep Pro 200086 In.34 In.38 In.1,6601 hp
Prep Pro 400086 In.56 In.40 In.2,8802 hp
Prep Pro 600086 In.80 In.40.25 In.4,2202 hp
Filtration

Exhaust filters are designed to remove particulates from the air stream before the exhaust air leaves the unit. Prep Pro units also have V-Bank “active carbon” filters to remove fumes and solvents from the air, so that you are not breathing these fumes as you work. Fumes from formaldehyde, diesel, adhesives, paint, even that “Rotten Egg” smell from hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans are removed. This filter type also exhibits superior performance in removing VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) from gasoline, solvents, and nicotine. These filter media types are standard filter sizes and types, available from Marathon directly or your local filter supplier. To change the filters, you simply pop the used one out of it’s frame (please dispose of them according to applicable regulations) and insert the replacement filter.

DescriptionHeightWidthThicknessFilter TypeQty (30)Qty (30F)Qty (52)Qty (52F)Qty (76)Qty (76F)
1st StagePre-Filter24 In.24 In.~1/4 In.Single Layer122436
2nd StageMain Filter24 In.24 In.~3/4 In.Multi Layer (NESHAP)122436
3rd StageMERV 13 Filter24 In.24 In.2 In.Pleated Fiber112233
4th StageCarbon V-Bank24 In.24 In.4 In.Active Cabon112233
Standard Equipment

The following items are now standard on all Prep Pro models:

  • Powder Coating (white)
  • 4 caster wheels (two locking)
  • Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
Optional Equipment

  • Duct adapter (may be required for some applications)
Choosing a Prep Pro Model

When you are looking for an air filtration uint, there are many factors to consider. The key factors are: The size of the unit, the CFM and the type of filtration.

Determining Size

The Prep Pro Model that you choose will likely be a mix of factors including initial cost, operating cost, size, mobility, and other key factors you may determine are important. The Prep Pro 2000 is the smallest and easiest to move from place to place, The Prep Pro 4000 is the ‘middle ground’ of size and mobility, and the Prep Pro 6000 is the largest and while mobile, it’s larger size limits the ease of movement in a smaller environment somewhat. It is likely that your choice will depend on the answers to the following question:
What is the largest unit that:

  • Will fit in the available space that have
  • Will not conflict with my mobility requirements
CFM

CFM is an abbreviation of “Cubic Feet per Minute”, and is a measure of the rate at which air moves through a given space. There are no industry requirements determining the exact CFM you “must” use with this type of air filtration system, but the larger the space, the more air you will need to filter (increased CFM).

Outer Dimensions
ModelHeightWidthDepthCFMMotor
Prep Pro 200086 In.34 In.62 In.1,6601 hp
Prep Pro 400086 In.56 In.62 In.2,8802 hp
Prep Pro 600086 In.80 In.62 In.4,2202 hp
Filtration

Exhaust filters are designed to remove particulates from the air stream before the exhaust air leaves the unit. Prep Pro units also have V-Bank “active carbon” filters to remove fumes and solvents from the air, so that you are not breathing these fumes as you work. Fumes from formaldehyde, diesel, adhesives, paint, even that “Rotten Egg” smell from hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans are removed. This filter type also exhibits superior performance in removing VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) from gasoline, solvents, and nicotine. These filter media types are standard filter sizes and types, available from Marathon directly or your local filter supplier. To change the filters, you simply pop the used one out of it’s frame (please dispose of them according to applicable regulations) and insert the replacement filter.

DescriptionHeightWidthThicknessFilter TypeQty (30)Qty (30F)Qty (52)Qty (52F)Qty (76)Qty (76F)
1st StagePre-Filter24 In.24 In.~1/4 In.Single Layer122436
2nd StageMain Filter24 In.24 In.~3/4 In.Multi Layer (NESHAP)122436
3rd StageMERV 13 Filter24 In.24 In.2 In.Pleated Fiber112233
4th StageCarbon V-Bank24 In.24 In.4 In.Active Cabon112233
Standard Equipment

The following items are now standard on all Prep Pro models:

  • Powder Coating (white)
  • 4 caster wheels (two locking)
  • Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
Optional Equipment

  • Duct adapter (may be required for some applications)
Call us at 1-800-919-9035 for Mobile Prep Station specifications.
Call us at 1-800-919-9035 for Mobile Prep Station product options.