I have a machine from China. No brand. We’re marking on steel and it smells quite bad
I have a machine from China. No brand. We’re marking on steel and it smells quite bad. Marking about 3 hours a day but fumes collect very quickly.
The marking table dimensions is 20″ X 16″ area. We usually mark on the entire surface. It’s steel coated.
I need something that has 2 heads for suction with adjustable pipe.
Please send me some options . I prefer stronger just in case.
Here’s what we recommended:
Our most popular model for light and medium duty applications, the SPH426 fume extractor uses a multi-stage filtration system containing pre-filter, HEPA and chemical filters (up to 50 lbs / 23 kg of chemical filtration media) and the LaserBlue gel seal which guarantees ZERO FILTER BYPASS.
I believe the SPH426 with dual intake and two unit mounted flex arm would do the job.
Mini Health Smart Portable Dust Extractor – capture nails and skin debris at source
MedEvac Mini For Podiatrist – a multi-purpose tool and air filtration system with superior pulling and filtration credentials.
Excellent in podiatry for:
Capture NAIL & SKIN DEBRIS right at the source, before it migrates throughout the room. Wonderful!! Wonderfully portable and affordable too!! Yes, under $800, and that includes a source capture flex articulating arm- yes indeed!!
Benefits of a proven design:
High speed turbine motor blower provides efficient debris removal
Casters provide for mobility
Ultra quiet, yes, only 49dBA (at high speed, measured at 6 ft away)
Easily disposable bag filter surrounded by 99% efficient pleated cartridge filter ensures 100% capture of all harmful debris
Compact, space saving design
Includes flexible source capture arm to capture up to 43″ in height (12″ away from the unit)
Deluxe Model is also available, similar to above, but also includes:
Variable speed control
Microprocessor controls automatically alert you when to maintain filters & motor
ALSO available – Remote ON/OFF Foot Pedal (PN: AA114)
Laser Fume Extractor For Small Operation | Hobbyists | Metal Marking
Ideal for low debris generating applications like metal marking
Medium pressure motorized brushless impeller motor blower, 300 CFM, 120V or 230V
Enhanced mobility with heavy duty lockable casters (wheels)
Multi-stage filtration system: pre-filter, HEPA and chemical filter Whisper quiet operation, 54 dBA at full speed
Optional digital control panel
Laser Fume Extractor – SPL400 – ideal for small operations like Metal Marking
JUST SOME OF THE SUPPORTED POPULAR BRAND LASER MACHINES
Effective laser fume extraction is critical to laser systems due to the possibility of toxic, carcinogenic corrosive or extremely odorous contaminants that can be generated. All of our laser fume extractors feature multi-stage filtration incorporating a 2” Pre-filter section, 2” Certified HEPA filter and active carbon modules. We offer systems for light-medium duty tabletop systems favored by hobbyists everywhere as well as mid-heavy duty cycle units for larger tables and/or significant particle accumulation. New this year is our SPH-400 pre-filter section which will turn our popular SPH-400 system into a true heavy duty dust collector.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRUSHED AND BRUSHLESS MOTORS?
Brushless blower motors have a higher capacity to move air than brushed motors however do so with less static pressure. Static pressure can be thought of as suction and is measured in inches of water column (wc.). Thus a low suction unit will pull water perhaps 2 inches up a pipe and no more and thus would have a static pressure of 2″wc. High power brushless motors have a maximum measurement of 44″wc. This makes them ideal for applications with VOCs, odors and light loads of dust. Brushed motors on the other hand are measured at 90″wc and are ideally suited to conveying heavier smoke, heavier dust and any type of ‘sticky’ fume. Not only do the brushed motors have more static pressure but the filters tend to last longer as the motor can continue to ‘suck’ air through dirty filters that might otherwise reduce the airflow and require changing in a brushless unit. Brushed units are typically less expensive than the brushless units however they do require that the brushes be changed every 500-700 hours. This is a simple procedure that takes approximately 2 minutes and the only tool required is a screwdriver. Demonstration videos are provided for each of our products indicating how to perform this simple procedure. Since there are many advantages to both types of blower motors many of our units are available with either type as an option. If you have any questions or concerns about which type of blower motor is best suited for your application please call us at 1-800-626-0664 in North America or +1 514-421-0658 internationally to discuss it with one of our experts.