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P1200 Portable Weld Fume Extractor

The Ideal Mobile Fume Extraction System

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• Compliant with OSHA guidelines
• Filter life exceeds the industry standards
• Capture toxic fumes and smoke at the source, before they enter your breathing zone


Manual Welding
• Stick, MIG, or TIG
• Soldering
Educational Welding Labs


• 6-7 times filter life
• Heavy-duty cabinet construction
• Standard tool racks
• Made in the USA
• Steel fume arm construction

Health and Safety

Health and safety issues are being taken very seriously by a growing number of companies as OSHA, International, and industry standards increase. Many large US manufacturers are planning ahead and adopting European exposure limits as a global standard for their entire company and are exceeding OSHA Standards. To meet these standards companies must implement a highly efficient dust and fume filtration system to filter out the harmful particulate.  The exposure limits these companies are targeting range from .02 – 1 mg/m3 depending on company policy, well below the 5 mg/m3 standard set by OSHA.

Frequently Asked Questions

The primary benefit of a portable fume extractor is mobility – the ability to easily move the unit wherever it’s needed within your facility at any time. Unlike ambient solutions, a portable fume extractor eliminates harmful airborne contaminants at the source, before they can enter your breathing zone. Because the capture arm and hood can be easily re-positioned, the operator has complete control over the manner in which fumes and smoke are captured.

While portable fume extractors are primarily designed for the safe capture of weld fumes and smoke, they can also be used for soldering. They can also be customized for use with other applications. Consult with one of our air filtration experts today to learn more.
Reduced airflow is typically a sign that your filter is nearing the end of its lifecycle. Inspect your filter and order a replacement filter. You can quickly order replacement filters online from companies such as Filter Professor.

There are multiple factors to consider when determining how frequently you will need to replace your filters, such as:
• Hours of usage per day
• The type of material you’re working with. For example, oil-coated metal will generate thicker fume and smoke than metals that are not oil-coated, ultimately impacting the lifespan of your filters.

It is typically recommended that you inspect your filters at least every 4-6 months.  

P1200 Portable Weld Fume Extractor