For many businesses, mobile suction units are the chosen means for extracting welding smoke. Especially in the case of changing workplaces, the spot extractors on rollers bring benefits as compared to stationary systems. The model that it makes sense to … >> more
Wherever welding takes place, an extraction table is normally not far off. It is not just used as a material support, but also ensures the safety of the employees from the large fine dust volumes when operating the cutting plant – seven facts on what makes an effective extraction table.
An extraction arm must capture welding fumes directly at the point where they arise. Yet welders are not always content with the handling, especially when tracking. In an ideal case, however, an extraction arm helps welders with their work: here are ten facts on how an extraction arm needs to be procured.
Safety at Work 4.0: Networking of equipment in the clean air technology centre is increasing Today, room ventilation systems and extraction systems are already capable of communicating with other systems completely automatically – an essay by Simon Kemper, manager of … >> more
When considering extraction and filter technology, manufacturers do not only have to think about the protection of their employees against welding fumes or dust during welding, grinding or cutting. Efficient operation is important for welding workshops when it comes to the plants in addition to consideration on how hazardous substances are captured and discharged. Automatic suction performance regulation also saves energy.
Air circulat solutions are becoming increasingly more important in planning extraction systems and filter technology in operations. They promise lower energy costs. But a recirculation of filtered air is not suitable in all cases – in some cases it is … >> more
The airflow volume is one of the factors which decides how effective a welding fume extraction system is. Irrespective of whether the system is for spot extraction or hall ventilation: every application has different requirements. The airflow volume describes the … >> more
Source captures are the first choice when it comes to the occupational safety equipment. They are used directly at the place where welding fumes emerge. Three types of source captures are applied for various requirements during welding works. Numerous metal … >> more
Extraction systems should making working on pieces easier for welders. A correctly designed exhaust hood helps effectively secure occupational safety. The best extraction performance and the best filter technology are useless if the welding fumes do not find their way … >> more
Whether a displacement or a circulation system: ventilation is more than just a supplement to spot extraction. It also secures the occupational safety for surrounding work areas. For occupational safety during welding, the following actually applies: the thicker the welding … >> more