Welding fumes and gases are very dangerous – from a chemical point of view, most welding fumes comprise of fumes from chemicals such as zinc oxide (ZnO), magnesium oxide (MgO), galvanized steel, Chromium and Cadmium.
In fact, stainless steel electrodes may contain up to 26 per cent chromium and 21 per cent nickel. Manganese as high as 14 per cent may also be present in certain types of steel electrodes, for example, high-manganese hardfacing electrodes. High-chromium hardfacing electrodes may contain up to 30 per cent chromium, present as chromium metal and chromium carbides.
One way to ensure workers are not breathing in these harmful and highly-toxic residues is to use a ducting technology like WeldFlex from Eximo, which will ensure any welding fumes you may generate will quickly and safely be removed from the workplace.
WeldFlex from Eximo is designed for use in a variety of industries including those where explosion issues and safety are paramount including the petroleum, chemical, paint, fertilizer, solvent and food industries.
WeldFlex ducting from Eximo is a lightweight PVC duct which is flame retardant according to DIN 4102. Its applications include air-conditioning and suction of air, welding fumes and light dusts and it offers a temperature resistance of up to 100° C.
WeldFlex has a number of highly unique attributes including being self-extinguishing, high flexibility, extreme helix-like PVC structure and is available from 52 mm to 505 mm in diameter.
WeldFlex is available from Eximo ex-stock and can be delivered anywhere in Australia.
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