Fume Extractor

Features

A fume extractor is a system utilizing a fan to pull fumes and particulate into a filtration system cleaning the air of harmful chemicals and particulates. Industrial processes create fumes or particles such as welding, sanding, grinding, spraying, powder filling, and chemical applications.

Properties

Fume extractors do the same thing, however, instead of releasing the fumes outdoors, they pull the fumes through a complex filter system that catches the particles and purifies the fumes to safe levels of contact. It works remarkably well because of the three different types of filters.

Mechanism

A fume extractor is a system utilizing a fan to pull fumes and particulate into a filtration system cleaning the air of harmful chemicals and particulates. Industrial processes create fumes or particles such as welding, sanding, grinding, spraying, powder filling, and chemical applications. Fume extractors use a variety of filters while some systems, depending upon application, use multiple filters in line. The combination of the powerful fan and high-quality filtration media creates a recirculating air pattern for ductless units. Because of the air flow, ductwork or costly replacement air is not required. These units take up less space, weigh less, are more energy efficient, and have easy access to change filters.

Advantages

  • Healthy working environment
  • Less Absenteeism at work
  • Motivated and energetic workforce

Applications

  • Welding Fume Extraction
  • Laser Fume Control
  • Chemical Fume Extraction
  • Pharmaceutical Powders
  • Particulate Control, Printing Fumes
  • Soldering
  • Solvent and Epoxy Fume Control
  • Fume/Vapor Source Capture
  • Light Grinding and various other industrial processes.