Welding Fume Extraction

Have you considered the danger of welding fumes in your workplace? AES offer a complete solution to the removal of welding fumes in every environment with our new and comprehensive range of welding fume extraction equipment.

We offer a comprehensive range of welding fume extractors for different welding processes, from dealing with MIG welding fumes with welding torch extraction, portable welding fume extractors for mobile welding applications, to offering a complete installation package for multi-user welding fume exhaust systems.

Masterweld Welding Fume Extractors are manufactured in Europe to the latest European Standards and are second to none in build quality and reliability.

We offer the full technical support that you require to deal with any welding fumes, call us now to discuss your requirements on 0800 975 9710

Why do you need a Welding Fume Extractor?

The fumes and smoke generated during the welding process contain hazardous metal particulate and this must be taken care of to ensure the welders's safety. Ventilation and Extraction are key because otherwise the particulate can settle (Having previously been in the air) on the work area, on clothing, electronics and so on, which add additional work and Health and Safety issues. You can combat this by purchasing one of the units on this page, but for extra guidance, please do call us on 0800 975 9710

Main points to consider when purchasing a Welding Fume Extractor?

- Make sure the capacity of the unit is powerful enough for your welding process. The MasterWeld MW 1900 range of welding fume extractors achieve a powerful operating flow rate of 1480 M3/hr, which is more than adequate to remove welding fumes at source.

- Make sure the filter is adequate for the welding process: Many manufactures use less efficient filters to keep the cost down. The MasterWeld MW 1900 uses and advanced E12 Hepa filter, which removes 99.5% of the welding fumes.

- Avoid MDF Hepa filters: Many well known brands are surprisingly still using these out-dated Hepa filters. This is because they are cheap to manufacture, however their tendency to burn very easily has caused many serious safety issues in the workplace.

- Check out the cost of replacement filters: Low priced welding fume extractors usually have over-priced replacement filters.

- Always choose an aluminium cleanable pre-filter: These pre-filters are much more economical to run than the pre-filter mats.

- Above all, make sure your Welding Fume Extractor conforms to the latest European standards: The final filtration efficiency should meet the standard EN779.

How does a Welding Fume Extractor work?

Welding and grinding can create harmful fumes and gases, a fan within a welding fume extractor draws out those fumes into a cleaning system, eliminating harmful gases and preventing inhalation.

What are the different types of Welding Fume Extractors?

We provide many types of Welding Fume Extractors including;

  • Portable Welding Fume Extractors

  • On-Torch Welding Fume Extraction Packages

  • Mobile Welding Fume Extractors

  • Wall Mounted Welding Fume Extraction

  • IperJet Multi-User Welding Fume Extraction Systems

  • Downdraft Benches for Welding Fumes

  • Welding Fume Extraction for Robotic Applications

  • Welding Fume Extraction Systems for Colleges & Training Centres

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