Everything You Need to Know About Weld Fumes Webinar Series

Join the Fabricator and RoboVent as we seek the perfect clean air solutions for manufacturers. This FREE webinar series is ideal for plant & operations managers, engineering managers, maintenance managers and EHS managers.

The 5 part series will cover everything you need to know about making your plant air cleaner. We’ll cover weld fume extraction solutions by application type, OSHA & ACGIH regulations and how to create the perfect air solution for your plant!

Learn everything you need to know about Weld Fumes and become a Clean Air Expert.

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Oct. 20, 2015 2 PM ETHow Clean is Clean?

Oct. 22, 2015 2 PM ETStaying ahead of Weld Fume Regulations

Oct. 27, 2015 2 PM ETTo filter or not to filter, that is the question

Oct. 29, 2015 2 PM ET – How to capture weld fume at the source efficiently

Nov. 04, 2015 2 PM ETDesigning full facility ambient weld fume solutions that work

Weld fumes pose health and safety dangers to workers and create budgetary pressures for plant operators. If your plant has a weld fume problem, you probably know it based on the telltale blue haze around the lights. Not only can weld fumes result in this visible haze, the airborne particles in the weld fume can settle on surfaces, including on sensitive electronics and equipment, where they can wreak havoc on your equipment and the parts you’re working on. So besides being a health hazard, weld fumes can also have a direct monetary impact on your output and productivity.

This webinar series will highlight what you need to know to identify and reduce weld fumes in your facility, including: sources and effects of weld fumes, relevant OSHA regulations and ACGIH guidance, how to remove weld fumes at the source, how to eliminate ambient weld fumes, and the importance of including air filtration in your weld fume strategy.

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