Laser fume extractor for solar industry

May 4, 2009
The TEKA LMD 501 Solar laser filter unit was developed to handle the unique materials processed in the solar industry

adapt laser (Kansas City, MO) introduces the TEKA LMD 501 Solar laser filter unit developed to handle the unique materials processed in the solar industry. The design of the LMD 501 Solar features a filter configuration that includes a pre-filter, a HEPA filter, an activated carbon cassette, and an ULPA filter to ensure that the fine particles and fumes created during the manufacture of photovoltaic modules are separated from the waste air. A particle sensor positioned below the filters informs the operator if the filter seal is breached.

adapt laser systems, LLC is the exclusive North American distributor for Clean Lasersysteme cleaning lasers and TEKA fume extraction units.

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