In one of the many production workshops in Zedelgem, there was a need for a new welding fume extraction system. It goes without saying that CNH contacted Plymovent.
The welding activities at Scania generate a lot of welding fumes. Plymovent installed a multiple arm system, extraction hoods, central filter system.
FIMA required a modern, user-friendly system which was regarded as the most important demand for their 14 new welding workplaces. The extraction system of Plymovent was selected.
At the beginning, the welding fumes of the production facility were extracted by two fans. Soon this kind of extraction was not sufficient enough anymore, resulting in considerable fume and dust nuisance.
The welding fumes of the two welding robots are captured by extraction hoods and filtered by two self-cleaning cartridge filters type SFS.
An existing hall has been rebuilt into a new welding shop because of the strong growth of KettenWulf. Upon completion the hall should be finished with a well-designed extraction system.
While planning and designing of their new facility, the air quality system had to be configured for 27 welding stations, a 100’ long plasma cutting table, and multiple sources for grinding and torch cutting.
After moving into their new building in Nieuwendijk, the Netherlands in 2009, Lasbedrijf Wero started looking for an efficient welding fume extraction system.
The challenge at Hessels Zeefbanden was to not just provide the customer with an extraction solution for the metalworking process, but also a suitable one for their post process.
The oil needed for the stamping process creates an additional fire hazard in the filtration system. We had to look for a solution which would minimise the fire hazard.