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Conductive Extraction, Filtration

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LÖBAU, Germany, Sept. 7, 2017 — Conductive Extraction and Filtration SystemULT AG has announced a new conductive version of its LAS 260 extraction and filtration system, which is ideal for tasks in processing materials that may generate easily inflammable or explosive dust/air mixtures, such as titanium.

The new LAS 260 features an F9 prefilter in an electrically conducting enclosure. The H14 main filter is also grounded in a conductive housing. In addition, the electronic components are specially designed and integrated.

The LAS 260 extraction and filtration system was developed for the removal of airborne pollutants occurring in materials processing by means of laser or welding technologies.
Sep 2017

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