Dust and fume extraction arms are specified in the manufacturing and industrial sectors to remove harmful materials from the working environment, to protect the health of operatives. Read More
The size of the extraction arm will vary on the application: for an automotive production line, a long flexible arm will be required; whereas a desktop laboratory process will need a smaller, more finely adjustable arm.
Fumes, smoke and gases produced from welding, soldering, chemical and pharmaceutical production, or from car exhausts, can all be extracted from the working environment using extraction arm systems.
Extraction units can also be specified to remove and filter dust and particles from metalworking, asphalt, cement production, and timber industry applications.
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