|Sucking Head:||1/2||Hose Length:||2-3M|
|Wind Volume:||3000 M3/h||Hose Dia.:||φ120mm|
portable fume extractor,
welding smoke eater
Due to the advantages of light weight, low cost, stable quality, short production cycle, high efficiency, fast market response, etc., the application of welded structures is increasing. The production of welding consumables in a country can reflect the overall level of welding technology in that country. The total production of welding materials in China is basically increasing synchronously with steel. According to statistics: the average supply of welding wire grows at an annual rate of 20% to 30%, and the solid welding wire for gas shielded welding has increased by nearly 4 times in the past 10 years, becoming the fastest growing welding consumable in China. The consumption of welding materials in China has become the world's largest producer and consumer of welding materials.
Structure of welding fume purifier:
The main components include: universal vacuum cleaner arm, high temperature resistant vacuum hose, vacuum hood (with air volume adjustment valve), fire retardant mesh, flame retardant high-efficiency filter element, settling drawer combination, casters with brake, fan, motor, etc.
|Wind volume||2400 M3/h||3000M3/h|
It is used for the purification of smoke and dust generated in welding, cutting and other processes. It has the characteristics of high purification efficiency, low noise, flexible use, and small footprint.
Welding fumes, also known as welding fumes, refer to welding operations that often produce toxic substances. Such as: acetaldehyde, rosin acid, isocyanate, nitrogen oxide, sulfide, hydrocarbon, etc. Welding fume is a very complex substance. Lans has found more than 20 elements in the fume, of which Fe, Ca, Na and so on are the most, followed by Si, Al, Mn, Ti, Cu and so on. The main harmful substances in welding fume are Fe2O3, SiO2, MnO, HF, etc., the most content of which is Fe2O3, generally accounting for 35.56% of the total amount of fume, followed by SiO2, its content accounts for 10-20%, and MnO accounts for 5-20 % about.
Welding fume treatment technology: There are many types of pollution and great harm during the welding process, which will lead to various occupational diseases (such as welder silicosis, manganese poisoning, electro-optic ophthalmia, etc.), which has become a major environmental hazard. With the in-depth study of related research and the improvement of control technology, welding pollution has been relatively effectively controlled. The pollution in the welding process is serious, causing great harm to the environment and the welder. For the treatment of smoke and dust, we should start from three aspects: pollution source, treatment approach and personal protection.