An extraction table for welding, soldering and gluing processes ensures effective personal and environmental protection. The extraction of the pollutants produced during welding and soldering work takes place through suction slots in different levels. The type of extraction and air flow is adapted to the special requirements for adhesive work.
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Air Extraction Tables for Welding & Soldering Work
An air extraction table for welding, soldering and gluing processes ensures effective personal and environmental protection. The extraction of the pollutants produced during welding and soldering work takes place through intake slots in different levels. Supply air is injected diagonally from the upper and lower front edges along the entire width of the table so that no pollutants are inhaled. Of course, the tables can also be used without active suction function. Height-adjustable feet ensure comfortable working and relieve the employees.
Which extraction table do I need?
The requirements for an extraction table depend on the work processes and materials used. In our assortment you will find extraction tables for welding, soldering, grinding and gluing work. Soldering and welding tables filter the dusty air and blow diagonal incoming fresh air, so that the worker is always protected from pollutants. Curtains prevent the resulting pollutants from spreading in space, allowing them to be quickly and effectively extracted.
Extraction tables for gluing work take over the basic concept of the tables for welding and soldering work. However, the type of extraction and air flow is adapted to the special requirements for adhesive work. Underfloor suction tables suck in pollutants from below, preventing the rise of harmful emissions into the air. The table can be connected directly to an exhaust air connection.