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Welding Fume Extractors

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Welding Fume Extractor Description

Those who have never welded before may not realize that the process can cause a high volume of fumes. Even when in a garage or other space that is well ventilated, the fumes can become overwhelming. To help combat this problem, it is advisable to utilize a welding fume extractor. As the name suggests, this device will help to draw away the fumes caused by welding and it can help to make the garage or other area safer for the welder and others who may be sharing it.


Features of welding fume extractors

In most cases, the extractors are portable. However, in some locations they may be permanently installed. This is only in those locations where the welding will only ever take place in one area. Most of the time though, it is easier to have a portable welding fume extractor, as it can be taken around the shop floor and even to other areas outside of the shop with these.

Some are mounted on the wall, and some have a fixed hose, while others have a flexible hose. The majority of the extractors are ductless and recirculating, which means they do not require a vent or any exhaust. They may utilize HEPA filters, or activated carbon.

When you are choosing the welding fume extractor for your site. You want to think about the features it offers and the type of extractor it is to make sure it will work for your needs. If you want something that is highly portable and easy to use, you would not want to invest in a wall-mounted option. Take the time to consider how and where you will be welding and then choose the extractor that makes the most sense for you.

How welding fume extractors work

They work relatively simply. The device features a vacuum type pump, along with a hose that is capable of extracting fumes. The hose area is placed over the location of the welding and it “sucks” away the fumes before they can contaminate the area. This is a fantastic option for respiratory safety in the workplace. It can work for all different types of welding as well including TIG welding, MIG welding maintenance welding, cleaner welding, stick welding, welding of stainless steel, production welding, and more.

Welding Fume Extractor Manufacturers

The following are a few of the most popular companies that are manufacturing welding fume extractors today. They include Sentry Air Systems, Miller, Lincoln, and Hakko.

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