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Fume Extraction Systems

Weld Fume Control

These weld fume extraction and filtration systems can effectively protect operators and nearby workers and reduce their health risks from fumes, dust and other contaminants.

Fume Extraction Systems: Articles

Weld Fume Control

These weld fume extraction and filtration systems can effectively protect operators and nearby workers and reduce their health risks from fumes, dust and other contaminants.

These weld fume extraction and filtration systems can effectively protect operators and...

Better Fume Control for Large Weldments Starts at the Source

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Is your weld fume solution a fan and an open window? Working on large weldments – such as heavy equipment, ships or wind turbines – makes fume capture a challenge. However, today’s manufacturers have more options for fume control than ever. The best option for manual welding of large components may be one you haven’t considered for a while: the fume gun.

Is your weld fume solution a fan and an open window? Working...

Navigating OSHA’s Hierarchy of Controls to Minimize Weld Fume

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In considering which weld fume management solution is right for your shop environment, be aware that it may be necessary to implement multiple solutions from the agency’s outlines to achieve the desired exposure limits for each individual metal, metal oxide or gas found in the weld plume. Here are the steps to follow. 

In considering which weld fume management solution is right for your shop...

New Technology Expands Work Envelope When Using Fume Extractors

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Source capture is the recommended method of  fume extraction because it removes contaminated air at the source, before it reaches a welder’s breathing zone. Recent advancements in source capture technology create a much larger capture area than what’s available with existing systems and can minimize how often the welder has to move the extraction arm.

Source capture is the recommended method of  fume extraction because it removes...
Fume Extraction Systems: Products

Stationary Welding Fume Extraction System

WallMaster from Kemper GmbH

At 452 square feet, Kemper’s WallMaster offers the largest filter surface in entry-level wall-mounted units. The fume extraction unit is easy to combine with collection devices from various manufacturers, and can be retrofit in existing extraction technology.

At 452 square feet, Kemper’s WallMaster offers the largest filter surface in...

Mobile Welding Fume Extraction with 2X the Filter Surface

KEMPER SmartFil mobile welding fune extraction

Designed with a unique round storage filter, KEMPER’s SmartFil offers long service life and a winning combo of price and performance. Featuring a 360-degree rotating exhaust hood, the compact system filters more than 99.5 percent of alveolar dust particles.

Designed with a unique round storage filter, KEMPER’s SmartFil offers long service...

Purge Unit Protects Electrical Equipment in Class I Hazardous Areas

When used with the company’s PV-2 spark-arresting vent, the YZ102 from Best Purging Systems expedites purging by supplying, regulating, and monitoring gas supply to an enclosure. Available in three mounting positions.

When used with the company’s PV-2 spark-arresting vent, the YZ102 from Best...
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