The Ideal Alternative to Traditional Separators and Cyclones

The AirShark provides a simple and effective method of separating waste paper, plastic films, trimmings and other light fraction materials typically handled in air conveyance systems. The fully sealed rotor provides a positive seal at the material discharge to maintain a clean environment in your facility. This versatile unit can operate under positive or negative pressure, which allows material to be conveyed without contacting the air handling fan. The V–apex rotor design is proven to be strong and durable for a long service life.

The AirShark provides high air handling capacity in a compact footprint. It can be installed indoors or outdoors and is ideal for both new installations and retrofits. Several sizes are available, with capacities up to 64,000 CFM. 

The AirShark is proudly made in the USA, and is available exclusively from AES.

Please contact us for more information or call 800-572-9998

AirShark under roof installation at corrugated box plant.
Under roof installation of the AirShark at a corrugated box plant
AirShark outdoor installation for a recycling application.
Outdoor installation of the AirShark for a recycling application
AirShark for bag capture and separation at a MRF application
AirShark for bag capture and separation at a MRF application

Features and Benefits

  • Replaces bulky cyclones and traditional screen separators
  • Innovative ’V‘ apex rotor design for strength and durability
  • Low profile design can be installed indoors or outdoors
  • No adjusting required for different material types
  • Operates under positive or negative pressure
  • High air handling capacity, up to 64,000 CFM
  • Low power consumption for energy savings
  • Available in several sizes and capacities
  • Only separator of its kind made in the USA

Uses and Applications

  • Corrugated Box: Scrap removal systems
  • Commercial Printing and Packaging: Paper trim and die-cutter scrap
  • Nonwovens: Light fraction and films
  • Material Recycling Facility (MRF): Bag capture, light fractions and film
  • C&D: Construction and demolition debris sorting
  • Manufacturing, agriculture and many other applications