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Fume Extraction System

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Umwelt-Lufttechnik AG (ULT) has announced the LAS 260.HD 19 W3, a new extraction system for laser and welding fumes.

The portable device meets certification requirements according to DIN EN ISO15012-1 welding fume separation class W3. It is qualified for the extraction and filtration of fumes that occur in cutting and joining alloyed and unalloyed steels by welding and other related processes, including high-alloyed chrome and nickel steels.

The system was developed for the removal of airborne pollutants in materials processing. The extension provides a volume flow rate of up to 340 m3/h at a vacuum max of 8300 Pa. Long filter lives are guaranteed by the use of an F9 filter cassette and F14 particle filter cassette.

Minimum volume flow control is featured in the case of blocked extraction, with the deployment of optical and acoustic warning signals. If necessary, the employment of an adsorption filter A10 is possible.

The LAS 260.HD19 W3 can be used at changing working stations and is suited for production line applications.

Mar 2016

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