Select the right solution for dust and welding fume extraction

Wellding fume extraction

How do you achieve safe and profitable welding? Nederman offers various solutions for removing harmful dust, smoke and and fumes. The solution that's right for you depends on what welding method is used and how often. Where possible, extraction at source is the most effective method to collect and remove welding fumes and smoke. The risk that the welder or operator is exposed to hazardous fumes is minimized.

The key components to achieving appropriate collection at source is a suitably positioned fume extractor with a well designed hood, appropriate airflow, and a careful welder who places the hood so that the hazardous fumes are sucked away from his or her breathing zone and are also prevented from spreading throughout the premises.

Solutions for extracting welding fumes and dust

  1. Mobile extraction / filter units
    A cost-effective and flexible solution when fixed installation is not possible or desirable

  2. Permanently mounted extraction arms
    Ergonomic and economical solution for several fixed welding workstations

  3. Extractor mounted on tool
    Extraction of welding fumes is integrated in the welding gun. Always available when you are welding.

  4. Extraction table
    Used when you need an independent welding station without arm. Suitable for continuous welding of smaller items.

  5. Solutions for welding robots
    Extraction nozzles are mounted directly on the welding machine or alternatively hoods are installed to protect both sensitive electronics and operators.  For medium and small workshops, solutions 1-3 are the most common.

Read more about Nederman's welding fume extraction equipment in our Quickguide>>

In collaboration with leading experts in welding, we have developed a 30-page guide that will help you to weld safely and effectively. The guide covers topics such as health risks, dangerous substances, and solutions for extracting welding fumes. Find out more in "Welding Fumes Risks and Solutions" >>