Vacuum arm positions to remove welding fumes
X-Arm series of low vacuum systems capture welding fumes before they reach the operator's breathing zone.
X-Arm series of low vacuum systems capture welding fumes before they reach the operator's breathing zone. The self-contained, transportable unit rolls into place, and the mobile arm uses an easily positioned, spring balanced, 10-ft extraction hood to position airflow for maximum efficiency. The 115-V, 15-amp unit provides 740 cfm through a cleanable filter cartridge with a 270-sq ft surface area.
The Lincoln Electric Co.
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