Purex's 1500i digital fume extractor can operate laser in previously "off limits" locations

Aug. 31, 2010
Purex International, Fort Worth, Texas, has introduced the 1500i digital fume extractor, which allows owners to operate their laser in previously "off limits" locations such as schools, malls, offices, exhibition booths, and other areas where pumping laser fumes outside the building is not practical. 

Purex International, Fort Worth, Texas, is offering the 1500i digital fume extractor as a solution for larger, professional laser engravers. The 1500i allows owners to operate their laser in previously "off limits" locations such as schools, malls, offices, exhibition booths, and other areas where pumping laser fumes outside the building is not practical, is not allowed, or is too expensive to install.

The 1500i filters both dust and fumes from the laser and returns cleaned air to the room. It also has innovative safety features such as gas and particle alarms, flow controlled extraction, and a graphic display.

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