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Air Pollution Solutions
Fume extractors are air filtration units used by welders to remove hazardous smoke and fumes. These portable units are easy to move around your workplace and capture weld fumes at source. Also known as smoke eaters, source capture units or local exhaust machines.
Designed to eliminate pollutants from a worker's breathing zone, fume extraction arms and wall-mounted collectors provide a means of capturing smoke and dust at source. Also known as capture arms, snorkels, fume arms and exhaust arms.
Downdraft tables or Downdraft benches are workstations with built-in ventilation to capture and filter dust, smoke, and fumes and then return clean air to a shop floor which can eliminate costly exhaust and air makeup systems. Downdraft tables can be used in many different applications, and are available in a variety of sizes. Whether you need to capture smoke, dust or fumes, our downdraft tables will filter the air in order to eliminate your pollutants
Wet Downdraft Tables provide an efficient means of capturing and arresting combustible dusts. Companies working on aluminum and steel, magnesium or titanium parts should consider wet downdraft tables since they provide protection against combustible dust filter fires. Diversitech produce all wet collectors in stainless steel to avoid rust and corrosion.
These unpowered empty downdraft tables can be ducted to central dust collection or exhaust systems and come in a variety of different sizes. Modular tables and fully customizable table platforms are available for welding, grinding, plasma cutting oil mist and VOC extraction applications.
Wet Dust Collectors provide an efficient means of capturing and arresting combustible dust and can be connected to different types of capture devices. Companies working on aluminum and steel, magnesium or titanium parts should consider wet dust collectors as they provide protection against combustible dust filter fires and dry dust collector explosions.
Dust Collectors are versatile machines capable of collecting dust and smoke from multiple sources throughout a factory. A dust collection system typically consists of a blower, a filter housing, a filter-cleaning system, and a dust disposal system. Dust Collectors can either be situated inside or outside a building and use duct work to capture and convey particulate.
Environmental Booths provide operators with proper ventilation for larger parts and work pieces. Booths can be used for many different applications such as welding, grinding, sanding and painting. Dust booths can also be set up with various filtration units including dry & wet dust collectors, oil mist & VOC collectors, and straight exhaust for paint booths.
Downdraft Booths, Dust Booths or Backdraft Tables are workstations with built-in ventilation to capture and filter dust, smoke, and fumes and then return clean air to a shop floor which can eliminate costly exhaust and air makeup systems. Downdraft Booths allow operators to enclose their work space in with a booth structure over the table surface. The backdraft hood ventilation provides suction high off the table surface when working on taller parts.
Welding Booths are an ideal solution for community college welding applications. Booths can be used for many different applications such as welding, grinding sanding and painting. Welding booths are commonly used in welding training schools, vocational facilities and in confined space production environments. Available options include shelves, extraction arms, lighting and curtains to suit the application. Welding Booths can either be tied into a central fume extraction system or can be self-contained units.
This Filter Cleaning Machine provides users of multiple cartridge filters with a solution to their growing filter replacement and maintenance costs. Companies can expect a quick ROI as they clean and reuse their filters multiple times rather than disposing of them and purchasing replacement each time they get plugged with dust.
Robotic weld cell collectors and ventilation hoods are designed to capture and filter sparks, fumes and dust produced by heavy-duty robotic welding applications. These dust collectors can also be used for automated grinding, cutting, deburring and finishing applications
Ambient Air Cleaners provide a cost effective industrial air filtration system when capture at source is not feasible. These units are hung in formation to create a circular airflow pattern in order to quickly and efficiently move and filter dust and smoke from your facility.
Oil Mist Collectors provide a solution to capture and filter airborne oil mist and other lubricants present in most machine shops. These collectors can also be kitted with carbon filters to handle VOCs and odors present in chemical fumes.