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Fume Extractors for Grinding and Deburring Dusts

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Why Buy a Fume Extractor

Increase Visibility While Welding

Eliminate Health & Safety Risk

Improve Employee Morale

Comply With OSHA/NIOSH Regulations

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Grinding & Deburring Dust Removal

Grinding and deburring processes emit dust that must be immediately filtrated before reaching the breathing zones of machine operators. Industrial facilities that operate die grinders, angle grinders, and automated grinding machines can become at risk of employee injury if contaminated air is not captured and cleaned.

Grinding and deburring applications can transmit airborne metal, composite, rubber, or fiberglass dust that is especially dangerous to inhale. This type of dust can result in a multitude of health effects but mostly targets the lungs. It's important to note that the lungs are not the only organs at risk - Certain particulates may dissolve into the bloodstream and travel through the body affecting other vital organs including the liver, kidneys, and brain.

Because grinding and deburring dust can spread throughout a facility so quickly, the most effective solution is to extract it from the workstation, preventing it from making its way to machine operators, machinery, and electronic equipment.

The most efficient way to establish clean air in your facility is by implementing a dust collection system that captures and filters contaminated air at the source. Industrial facilities with grinding applications that generate explosive or combustible dust face even greater risks.

FumeXtractors manufactures a full range of equipment designed to capture and control grinding and deburring dust as its being produced, to learn more contact us!

Are You at Risk of Grinding and Deburring Dust?

  • Are you working with grinding, deburring or sanding materials?

  • Is your current dust collection equipment working properly?

  • Do you work in a confined space with little to no ventilation?

  • Are you working with potentially explosive combustible dust?

  • Are the workpieces cleaned or painted?

  • Do you need to wear a respirator?

  • Can you take advantage of any air streams?

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