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Micro Air: WELDING FUME CAPTURE ARMS

Micro Air® source capture arms remove welding pollutants, such as smoke or fumes, at the source for any type of welding application including MIG, MAG, GTAW, GMAW, and robotic welding, says the company. Capturing these pollutants lowers machine maintenance costs and increases employee safety, the company says. The line includes multiple models such as the movable arm, which moves manually into position; motorized arm, which provides motor-driven movement; and boom arm, which provides movement and long reach into open bays.

Micro Air, P.O. Box 1138, Wichita, KS 67201; 316-943-2351, 316-943-2717 (fax), info@microaironline.com (e-mail); www. microaironline.com (website).

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Publication date: 03/22/2001

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