Why People Need Welding Dust Collector
It involves the coalescence of two (or more) parts by the application of heat and/or pressure.
Exposure risks for metal welding process
- Welding process produces tremendous amount of fumes and dust. The composition of these fumes varies depending upon the type of material being welded
- The welding method can include a range of toxic gases including carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and nitrous oxide
- According to the latest research, exposure to the welding fumes can cause lung cancer and possibly kidney cancer in humans
Solutions for Laser Welding Dust
It has been proven that the most effective and efficient way to extract the welding fumes is to install a welding fume collector. The risk of the worker being subject to hazardous fumes is minimized using this way.
According to the type of welding process:
Due to the diversity and flexibility of the welding processes, Villo’s VH-T and VJF series industrial fume and dust extractors can be used.
- VH-B series fume extractor can be employed for arc welding, gas shielded arc welding; argon arc welding, etc.
- VJFB series explosion-proof dust collector is an efficient solution for explosive dust (aluminum powder, magnesium powder, etc.).
Refer to the dust collector for battery manufacturing application to find more information about laser welding fume extraction.
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