welding exhaust hood Articles

  • Welding Fumes and the effects of Manganese

    The potential risks of welding operations include the potential to breathe in metal fumes and toxic gases. Fume particles are formed from the vaporisation of molten metal that occurs during the process. These particles are very fine in size and may join together to form larger particles.. The biggest risk is exposure to the manganese contained in fumes that are given off during welding. ...

    By Shawcity Limited

  • Don’t Let the Welding Fume Plume Make You Sick

    What’s at Stake? Welding poses a unique combination of both safety and health risks to more than 500,000 workers in a wide variety of industries. The risk from fatal injuries alone is more than four deaths per thousand workers over a working lifetime. What’s the Danger? The fume plume is the clearly visible column of fume that rises directly ...

    By SafetySmart

  • US military uses Monoxivent systems

    Monoxivent has provided for the safety of the United States Military for years. Our source capture systems provide customizable solutions to toxic fume and air pollutant removal in military workplaces. Monoxivent's high-temperature hose meets the demands for military tanks, trucks, and other equipment.  Our 4000 Series Hose meets mil specification: MIL PRF 62028 (Paragraph 4.7.8, 72 Hours @ ...

    By Monoxivent

  • The Function and Purpose of Portable Dust Collectors

    Portable dust collectors are movable devices that are useful to decrease and collect contaminant substances from the air in your work environment, producing units and plants. Portable dust collectors are small devices and portable, which means they can easily be transferred from place to place. Structure The ...

    By ProVent, LLC

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