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Welding Fume Extraction

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Welding Fume Extractors

Welding Fume Extractors: Do you Need One & Do They Work?

Welding Fume Extractors: Do you Need One & Do They Work?

Welding fumes are notoriously toxic, and health and safety organizations constantly change the rules to ensure workers are protected. As a result, relying on general ventilation is rarely acceptable anymore, and welding fume extractors are more and more common. If you...

Are Welding Fume Extraction MIG Guns any Good? Pros & Cons

Are Welding Fume Extraction MIG Guns any Good? Pros & Cons

MIG is a very versatile process that enables welding a wide range of thick or thin metals at high speeds. Therefore, it is the most used welding process in the industry nowadays. However, like any type of welding, it generates hazardous fumes that need to be...

Best Welding Fume Extractor for MIG Welding

Best Welding Fume Extractor for MIG Welding

MIG is the most common welding process in the manufacturing industry. It is very versatile and enables the welding of a wide range of metals, works well for thick or thin materials, and enables good metal deposition and welding speed. However, it tends to generate a...

Welding Fume Standards

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Health Hazards of Welding Fumes

The Dangers of Welding in a Poorly Ventilated Area

The Dangers of Welding in a Poorly Ventilated Area

Welding fumes are notoriously harmful to our health, and working in a poorly ventilated area or confined space will increase the exposure and risk. Generally, if there is still some smoke in your working environment a few minutes after welders are done, it lacks...

What to Do if you Inhale Welding Fumes?

What to Do if you Inhale Welding Fumes?

The welding process produces smoke that contains harmful metal fume and gas by-products. Fumes are formed when a metal is heated above its boiling point, and its vapors condense into very fine particles. If you feel any symptoms while or after inhaling welding fumes,...

Welding Fumes

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