Weld and Fume Smoke Collectors

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Air Solutions is a specialist in air moving applications and equipment, including weld and fume smoke collectors for a wide range of applications in diverse industries. We partner with the best names in weld and fume smoke collection equipment to offer you the best quality and innovation. We provide you with the benefit of decades of experience and industry expertise to help you develop the right weld and fume smoke collection system to meet your needs.

Fume/Weld Smoke Collectors by Manufacturer

United Air Specialists

  • Energy efficient SFC series offers extended filter life through its advanced cleaning system
  • SCA/SCB ceiling-mounted dust collectors provide ambient cleaning and extraction arm (SCB) for dust collection in space limited areas
  • VCC dust and oil mist collectors capture coolant smoke and fume from metal finishing and forming processes
  • Portable PCT is equipped with flexible a swing arm and unique parabolic hood, and provides movement from one application to another
  • W Series systems capture submicron sized weld fume particulate while providing airflow and are available as a portable or wall-mount configuration
  • SDB downdraft bench offers a large work surface and high-capacity dust drawers, with a downdraft velocity up to 200 fpm
  • Smog-Hog® electrostatic precipitators provide heavy-duty industrial air cleaning including oily, wet contaminants
  • ESP mist/fume collectors contain hazardous emissions using a combination of filtering processes to precondition and clean polluted airstreams
  • Smog-Hog® PCN portable mist collector eliminates welding smoke and other metal oxide fumes from employee working zones

APC Tech

  • Ultra High-Efficiency Filter systems (UHF®) remove fine condensed and solid particulate emissions with control efficiency of up to and in excess of 99%
  • Control of oil mists, oily/sticky dust, smoke, haze, submicron particulate, and odors
  • Proven reliability and consistent performance in a variety of applications and demanding environments
  • Simple, efficient, low-cost design with a low space requirements
  • Low maintenance design featuring fast and easy filter replacement

Cincinnati Fan

  • Eight sizes of portable fume exhauster-blowers are available
  • AMCA Type B spark resistant construction standard for all models
  • Continuous duty, full horsepower rated Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC)motors
  • Inlet and discharge guards, required by OSHA, are standard
  • Standard accessories that don’t increase delivery schedules

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Weld and Fume Smoke Collectors

Air Solutions will assist you in developing a fume and smoke collection system that will be suited to your specific application needs. Contact us to discuss your project.

Fume/Weld Smoke Collectors Product Applications

Since 1998, Air Solutions has strived to assist a variety of customers in selecting the right fume/weld smoke collectors to meet specific application needs. Our process begins with a review of application site data, such as temperature, location, and available power. We discuss the type of particulate to be captured – smoke or fume – as well has the particulate’s characteristics. Through detailed application analysis and the experience of our manufacturers represented, we have been able to specify fume/weld smoke collectors for a wide range of applications/industries:

  • Adhesives and sealants
  • Aluminum operations
  • Asphalts – coatings, hot mix plants and saturators
  • Auto shredding/recycling
  • Bacterial contamination
  • Bakeries
  • Brazing
  • Buffing
  • Bulk powder handling
  • Carbon black
  • Cast iron
  • Casting
  • Chemical plants
  • CNC processes
  • Coating processes
  • Cold forming
  • Coolant smoke capture
  • Drilling
  • Dry Chemicals
  • Food processing
  • Forging
  • Foundry operations
  • Fume from forming process
  • Fume from metal forming
  • Furniture manufacturing
  • Gear cutting
  • Grinding
  • Indoor air quality concerns
  • Induction heating
  • Industrial boilers
  • Industrial cooking – coffee and peanut roasters, hot oil fryers, smokehouses
  • Lathes
  • Machining operations
  • Manufacturing processes – oily weld fume, furnaces, laser etching and cutting, metal sintering, oil mist or smoke, soldering, wax vapors, wire drawing
  • Medical waste incineration
  • Metal fabrication
  • Municipal waste combustors
  • Oil and petrochemical
  • Paint pigment
  • Painting operations
  • Paper dust
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Plastic and rubber forming
  • Plasticizers – blown film, calandaring, curing oven, coatings, extrusion, nylon, plastics, polyethylene, polystyrene, texturizing, vinyl
  • Plastics and polymer manufacturing
  • Printing
  • Pulp and paper manufacturing
  • Quenching
  • Rubber – buffing, curing, grinding, recycling
  • Sanding
  • Scrap recycling
  • Screw machining
  • Sludge incineration
  • Smelting
  • Soldering
  • Steel
  • Textile finishing
  • Textiles – tenter frame ovens, yarn coating and extrusion
  • Threading
  • Tire buffing operations
  • Vacuum pumps
  • Waste incineration
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Welding
  • Wet grinding
  • Wire drawing
  • Wood products manufacturing
  • Wood-fired boilers