Smoke Eater for Welding
Equipment like a smoke eater for welding can help you ensure your indoor air is free of environmental pollutants for your health and protection.
Quality indoor air is essential for good health. Most types spend a significant amount of time indoors, whether at home, the office, or elsewhere, where gases, chemicals, and other pollutants can cause headaches, eye irritation, allergies, and fatigue.
Keeping the air clean with a smoke eater and adequate ventilation is essential for creating a safe, comfortable, and healthy environment that people will want to return to time and time again.
Contact LakeAir today to discover how our team of experts can help you find the best smoke eater for your needs.
- The LA-2000 Industrial Air Purifier provides the best performance in air cleaning using a dual electrostatic cell configuration. It out performs the competitors with double filter surface. The LA-2000 is used industrial settings like welding, plasma, and metal fabrication. It’s also great in smokey bars.
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An Insight into Smoke Eater for Welding
Welding smoke eaters are used in a variety of applications to remove harmful fumes, smoke, and other air contaminants before they enter respiratory zones. They remove fumes and smoke from the work area to keep hazardous contaminants out of the air.
A smoke eater is a device for removing smoke from the air. There are various types of smoke eaters and fume extraction systems, but they all work by forcing air through air filters with the help of a fan.
The smoke eater’s air cleaning filter traps the smoke particles, and the clean air is then circulated into the room. They are commonly used in homes, workplaces, lounges, bars, restaurants, shops, and welding factories.
LakeAir has a large selection of smoke eaters for both residential and commercial use. All of them are effective at removing smoke from cigars, cigarettes, hookah, vaping, cooking, and wildfires.
Our smoke removers are effective in areas ranging from 50 to 50,000 square feet and filter fumes and vapors from welding, plasma cutting, laser, and other welding processes and manufacturing processed.
LAFC Ceiling Mounted Smoke Eaters
LAFC Ceiling Mounted Smoke Eaters were designed to fit into a 2 x 4 ceiling grid. It looks great hung from the ceiling or flush-mounted. All LAFC models come in black and white powder coat finishes. They have swing-down intake vents for easy unit service and filter changes.
MAX-Guard High Capacity Portable Floor Smoke Eater
The Max-Guard is made to last 15 to 25 years, and the blowers are rated for 60,000 hours of continuous use.
That should last you more than five years if you never turn off the MAX-Guard and eight to 10 years before you need to replace the blowers.
Smoke Guard Wall Mount Smoke Eater
The Smoke Guard comes with a trim kit to make this unit look like it belongs in your establishment. The unit is designed for easy repair and service, so it will never need to be removed from the wall.
Compact Ceiling Mounted Smoke Eaters
The CM2 Line is intended to be installed in a 2 x 2 ceiling grid. Its shell is made of vinyl-coated steel, making it a visually appealing hanging unit, and all CM2 models are available in black and white powder-coated finishes.
Each unit is 24 x 24, requiring only 13 inches of headroom for installation, and includes swing-down intake vents for easy unit service and filter changes.
LA Series Ceiling Hung, Wall mount, or Cart Mounted Smoke Eaters
The LA2 Series Smoke Eaters come in radial fan and reverse curve configurations. These units circulate large amounts of air through free-flow electrostatic filters, while reverse curve units draw air through dense filters to remove more smoke and odor.
The vinyl-covered steel skin of LA2 units is supported by 14-gauge steel frames.
Hazards of Welding Fumes
Welding fumes are a complex mixture of silicates, metallic oxides, and fluorides, often containing particles from the electrode and the material being welded. Weld fumes are produced when metals or alloys are heated above their boiling points, and the fumes compress into very fine, solid particulates.
As a result, welding fumes pose a variety of health risks, and long-term exposure can result in serious health problems for machine operators. In the short term, a welder may experience symptoms such as coughing, shortness of breath, nausea, and vomiting.
Welders who are exposed to welding fumes for an extended period of time are more likely to develop serious conditions such as chronic lung problems, larynx cancer, urinary tract cancer, ulcers, and kidney damage.
Another common short-term side effect of zinc fume overexposure is metal fume fever, which manifests itself within a few hours of exposure and can last for up to 48 hours.
Start Using LakeAir Technology Today!
LakeAir is committed to doing everything possible to assist our customers in locating a fume extractor or smoke eater for welding that provides them with a clean air solution that meets their requirements.
LakeAir filtration products outlast most air purifiers by two to three times, have over 90% of their parts recycled, and cost only pennies per day to run.
LakeAir air purifiers are all made in the United States, ensuring that your residential or commercial facilities have the cleanest air possible while removing harmful particles, dust contaminants, and airborne pollutants.
With over five decades of experience, you can trust that our team of air purifier experts will recommend the best one for your needs.
For more information about how our welding fume extractors can assist you, contact our team at 800-558-9436 at LakeAir today!