In buildings where welding is carried out, temperature control and problems of airborne contamination are important, and the provision of clean air increases. Although fresh air is usually supplied by general ventilation, the sole use of general ventilation for airborne pollutant control in welding is usually ineffective.
It is more efficient if airborne contaminants are captured as close to the source as possible. According to health and safety organisations “Local exhaust ventilation (LEV) is the principal recommended method of fume control in the welding industry”.
Learn about LEV: Please read our blog: https://www.plymovent.com/en/blogs/welding-cutting-fume-removal/at-source-extraction-recommended-for-weld-fume
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