In the typical welding bay, overhead cranes, forklifts, jib cranes and a variety of material handling equipment make it a challenge to capture hazardous welding smoke and fumes. The fume consists of a complex mixture of metals and metallic oxides originating primarily from the filler metal but can also include the base metal and surface contaminants such as dirt, scale or lubricants. Exposure to fumes over time has been linked to respiratory, neurological and fertility problems.
Air Purification Inc. has several tested and proven solutions. Let us guide you in choosing the ideal air filtration units for controlling smoke and fumes. By providing a push-pull air pattern to keep the air quality in check, these units protect your welders, protect your assets and keep energy costs in control. Variable frequency control packages help lower energy consumption, increase filter service life and extend the life of the electrical motors.