Thanks to a comprehensive clean air concept: How Nobels B.V. managed to meet strict limits

How are companies to comply with strict limits in the future? The clean air concept of the Dutch company Nobels B.V. shows how this can be done. The mix of different occupational safety measures brings added value in many ways. … >> more

Fighting against hazardous welding fumes in apprenticeships: clean air for the Voith Training Center

Work health and safety is a top priority at Voith GmbH. The technology group equips their latest Voith Training Center with modern extraction system and filtration technology. Despite a completely open plan building over three floors, the training center remains … >> more

Manual arc welding: Chromium VI compounds and more besides in the welding fumes

Up to the formation of chromium VI compounds: In manual arc welding, the kind of hazardous substances in the welding fumes is very much determined by the metal of the core rod and its covering. Particularly hazardous are high-alloy rod … >> more

Modern extraction and filter technology for welding school in Oman

100 welding locations in one place means one thing more than anything: an awful lot of welding fumes. To protect its apprentices, one of the largest welding schools in Oman has installed welding cabins in addition to modern extraction and … >> more

Highest work safety thanks to modern suction systems at mechanical engineering company TRUMPF

Welders and their immediate environment constantly face health hazards: Sparks, gases or ultra-fine dust particles. It is with good reason that metalworking companies are obliged to protect staff by means of e.g. suction systems. At their site in the French … >> more

Heerema employs innovative displacement ventilation from KEMPER

Four CleanAirTowers, a new displacement ventilation system from KEMPER, have been in use since mid-2014 by the Heerema Fabrication Group near Rotterdam. Since then the smoke ceiling has disappeared. A thick cloud of welding fumes used to hang over the … >> more