ULT to showcase mobile extraction and filtration system for laser and welding fumes at LASYS 2016

May 23, 2016
The LAS 260.HD 19 W3 mobile extraction and filtration system for laser and welding fumes meets certification requirements according to DIN EN ISO15012-1 welding fume separation class W3.

The LAS 260.HD 19 W3 mobile extraction and filtration system for laser and welding fumes meets certification requirements according to DIN EN ISO15012-1 welding fume separation class W3. The system is qualified for extraction and filtration of fumes that occur in cutting and joining alloys, as well as unalloyed steels by welding and related processes. This includes high-alloyed chrome and nickel steels. The system extension provides a volume flow rate of up to 340m3/h at a vacuum max of 8300Pa. An F9 filter cassette and F14 particle filter cassette guarantee long filter lives.

LASYS booth number: Hall 4, booth E13

To Learn More:

Contact:ULT
Headquarters: Löbau, Germany
Product: LAS 260.HD 19 W3 mobile extraction and filtration system
Key Features: Volume flow rate of up to 340m3/h

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