XA23 with SCA- Captures Weld Smoke and Fumes
Flexibility is key with Micro Air's XA23 Downdraft Table with 4“ diameter source capture arm, offering multiple methods of weld smoke and fume capture thus providing the ability to tailor capture method to each particular job. Downdraft table with SCA arm combo effectively captures Weld Smoke and Fumes leaving breathing and vision zones free of harmful contaminants.
Micro Air® XA34, 3 ft. x 4 ft. EXtreme Air downdraft tables keep the air free of hazardous smoke and fumes in an Iowa training facility.
Micro Air CAB's (Clean Air Booth) draw weld smoke and fumes away from the work area, returning clean, safe air to the work zone in a northeast playground equipment manufacturing facility.
Micro Air® MC3000 cartridge collectors installed in a racetrack configuration remove weld smoke and fumes from the air. Before and After pictures at left show the drastic improvement in the air quality in this weld facility after the MC3000 collectors were installed.
Micro Air® RP12-4, 48 cartridge dust collector removes weld smoke and fumes, supplying clean, pollutant-free air to students working in a Kansas City training facility.
The weld school at FT Dix Army Base - Micro Air Engineered Systems Distributor to provided their students with clean, safe air while learning their trade. 12 weld stations are free of hazardous smoke and fumes utilizing two ea RP6-2, 12 cartridge collectors ducted to a DDT7230 downdraft table and SCA809 source capture arm in each station.
Micro Air® RP8-15, 120 cartridge dust collection system, collects weld smoke and fumes, filtering the air, and returning clean, safe, conditioned air back to the facility in a midwest hitch manufacturers facility.
MC3000 ducted to source capture arms eliminates weld smoke and fumes, providing a safe work environment.
A large Tier 1 automotive supplier had 120 Robotic Welders and additional material conveying lines, producing finished goods from oily, stamped parts. A competitor's equipment was originally specified for a very large central system, but due to past successes with Micro Air’s Roto-Pulse® filter cleaning system, in different applications within the same company, the customer wanted to use Micro Air’s line of RP Series dust collectors on this project. Because welding was done in various cells or segregated work-spaces, Micro Air's Engineered Systems Distributor in the area, proposed eliminating the larger central dust collector system and installing 22 smaller RP8-2(16 cartridge) dust collectors inside the facility, directly above or near the manufacturing processes. This eliminated the need for costly ductwork, added more flexibility for future changes in plant layout, and allowed for easier maintenance and filter change-outs. Each RP8-2 cleaned the smoke and dust from 4 Robotic Welders and multiple material transfer lines and incorporated two of Micro Air’s SA4000 spark arrestors. The decision to buy Micro Air equipment was based largely on the filter cleaning capabilities of the Roto-Pulse® system, a track record of delivering what was promised, custom designed products to meet the customer’s specific needs, less maintenance, increased production capabilities, and the overall value of the proposed systems.
Micro Air TM1000's equipped with either 6 inch or 8 inch diameter source capture arm captures weld smoke and fumes at point of generation, keeping the workers breathing and vision zones clear of hazardous pollutants.
MC2500 with dual filter modules and two source capture arms remove smoke and contaminants from the work area.
MC3000 ducted to hoods source capturing weld smoke from robotic welders.
Micro Air® RP4-2 configured for capture of weld smoke and fumes in robotic weld cell.