Sparks may be unavoidable in your operations, but fires are not. Effective spark arrestance and fire suppressant technologies can dramatically reduce your potential fire risks. Here’s how.
You already have source capture systems in place for your welding operations. Do you also need an ambient air quality system? If your air isn’t as clean as it should be, you might want to consider it.
Poor concentration. High error rates. Absenteeism. Do your employees seem to have their heads in the clouds lately?
The containment of dust and other air particulates generated by cutting, grinding and welding is one of the biggest quality and safety challenges in the metalworking industry. Problems caused by in-plant dust/particulates are a dangerous issue to ignore, so here are two cost effective ways to address them.
As the proven advantages of ultrasonic cleaning grow, especially for 3D printed parts, this white paper from Omegasonics becomes a valuable tool for shops wanting to understand the technology and how it works.
The manufacturer of extraction and filter systems for metal processing reports double-digit increases in sales and revenue.
The site showcases their dust, mist and fume collection equipment.
Barry Warner will provide strategic leadership in operations management and growing their distributor network.
Bernard’s redesigned Clean AirFume Extraction Gun has a crush- and snag-resistant vacuum hose that maximizes maneuverability and limits hang-ups on nearby equipment or fixtures.
Available in multiple sizes, Vortec Air Flow Amplifiers can easily adapt from extraction and ventilation of fumes and gases to blow-off applications, such as drying of parts, cooling of moldings, castings, and food products.
Indoor air quality in the workplace is the subject of much attention these days for good reason. Poor air quality inside fabrication and machine shops can profoundly affect employee health, comfort, and productivity. Here are some of the newest systems that can help to clear the air on your shop floor.