Welding produces fumes, gases, dusts, convective heat and light radiation. These air pollutants are generated depending on the welding process, the material, the coatings, contaminants and additives as well as the type of electrodes used. The regulations for handling hazardous materials shall be complied with in accordance with the fifth section of the Dangerous Substances Regulations. The required ventilation is prescribed in section 4, Table 1 of UVV 26.0 “Welding, cutting and related processes’. The calculation principles for optimisation of detection of contaminants at welding workplaces are contained in the Directive VDI 2084 and the data sheet DVS 1201 and 1202: Suction at welding workplaces.

Our equipment meets the latest standards of occupational safety in the field of fume and dust filtering technology.