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Extraction of hazardous fumes from engraving lasers

07 August 2009

An extraction and filtration system such as the Xbase from Purex International provides an alternative to discharging fumes outside. The Xbase connects to the engraving laser in minutes using a short length of flexible hose and extracts hazardous fumes using powerful flow controlled blowers. The fumes are then drawn through a patented, specialised filter system before clean air is returned to the workplace.

Extraction of hazardous fumes from engraving lasers
Extraction of hazardous fumes from engraving lasers

Since the Xbase returns air to the workplace there is no need to cut any holes for ducting in walls or ceilings and no heated or conditioned air is lost.

The system is easy to move around, so if the laser moves, the Xbase goes with it. It is quiet in operation and because no holes in walls are required it is ideal for use in shops, malls, kiosks, schools, engraving workshops and offices.

The extraction rate is fully adjustable so problems like drag marks on the work can be avoided and the system can be configured to filter fumes from most engraving materials.

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