Clean Air Industries designs and manufactures highly effective and reliable air filtration solutions for various processes, technologies, and methods used in the production of goods. This includes a wide range of activities, from the transformation of raw materials into finished products to the assembly of components.
Learn details about various manufacturing applications, corresponding hazards, and how to address them for a safe work environment.
Abrasive blasting involves propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure for cleaning, smoothing, or shaping.Learn More
Brazing and soldering are both metal joining processes commonly used in manufacturing and electronics industries.Learn More
Laser cutting is a manufacturing process that utilizes a high-powered laser beam to cut or engrave materials such as metal, wood, plastic, or glass.Learn More
Machining is a manufacturing process that involves the removal of material from a workpiece using cutting tools.Learn More
Manual welding is a process of joining two or more pieces of metal together using heat generated by an electric arc or flame.Learn More
Metal grinding is a process that involves the use of an abrasive wheel or disc to remove material from a metal workpiece.Learn More
Plasma cutting is a thermal cutting process that utilizes a high-velocity jet of ionized gas, known as plasma, to melt and remove material from a workpiece.Learn More
Robotic welding refers to the use of automated robotic systems to perform welding tasks in manufacturing processes.Learn More
Thermal spraying is a coating process that involves heating and propelling molten or powdered materials onto a surface.Learn More